Are you looking to informally pre-assess your 5th graders at the beginning of the school year? My back to school math activities will give you a better understanding of how much of the 4th grade curriculum your rising 5th graders have mastered. There are digital and printable versions of the activities to meet the needs of whichever instructional model your school is following.
What You Get
- : 4.NBT.4 and 4.NBT.5 Add and multiply whole #s. (No division)
- : 4.NBT.4 Add subtract, and multiply whole #s.
- : Students use their answers to “Calculating Costs” to practice writing whole #s in expanded form. 4.NBT.2
- : Students complete a line plot with a given set of data and must answer questions about the data. 4.MD.4
- : Students use task cards to practice rounding and comparing whole #s 4.NBT.2, as well as rounding them 4.NBT.3, identifying prime and composite 4.OA.4, and finding lines of symmetry 4.G.3.
- : Students practice multiplication and division of whole numbers. CCSS – 4.NBT.5 and 5.NBT.6
- : Students use task cards to identify angles (4.G.1), measure angles with a given protractor 4.MD.6, find area/perimeter 4.MD.3, and convert measurement 4.MD.1 and 4.MD.2.
This resource is available in a printable option, digital option, and in a bundle that includes both. Whether you’re teaching face to face, remotely, or a hybrid of the two, this resource will be the perfect way to segway into the 5th grade math curriculum. Meet your students where they are. You can use these activities to gauge what 4th grade skills may need to be retaught before getting right into 5th grade content.
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