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This board is full of great ideas, suggestions, activities, games, downloads, FREE materials, and much for the 4th grade classroom. Whether you are a classroom teacher or homeschool parent, you're going to love everything here. And your fourth graders will too!

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Reading Comprehension Passages and Questions Differentiated Passages - BUNDLE - Fiction #ReadingComprehension Passages and Questions - Check out this set of differentiated reading comprehension passages for your upper elementary 3rd, 4th, 5th, and 6th grade classroom or homeschool students. Skills taught include inferences, theme, text evidence, figurative language, characters, summarizing, paired passages, context clues, vocabulary, point of view, and story elements. (Year 3, 4, 5, 6) Reading Comprehension Passages, Reading Strategies, Reading Skills, Fifth Grade Writing, 4th Grade Reading, 3rd Grade Classroom, School Classroom, Reading Tutoring, Powerpoint Lesson

Reading Comprehension Passages and Questions - Differentiated - FICTION BUNDLE

A bundle for the entire year! This bundle contains over 300 differentiated reading passages as well as questions and answer keys. -------------------------------------------------------------------------**A digital version is also included for use with Google Classroom.** With the digital version, y...

30 Beginning of the Year Team Building Activities and Ice Breakers 5th Grade Classroom, Middle School Classroom, Classroom Ideas, Teaching 6th Grade, Teaching Math, Teaching Ideas, Community Building Activities, First Day Of School Activities, School Resources

30 Beginning of the Year Team Building Activities and Ice Breakers

The first week anxiety and nerves are real! Help your new students with some beginning of the year team building activities and ice breakers. These games will help your students learn about each each other and build classroom community right from the start.

Have Your Best First Week: 30 Ways to Start the Year Right with Team Building Activities - Young Teacher Love by Kristine Nannini 3rd Grade Classroom, Middle School Classroom, Last Day Of School, Beginning Of School, School Stuff, Teacher Team Building, Classroom Procedures, Classroom Ideas, Classroom Community

30 Beginning of the Year Team Building Activities and Ice Breakers

The first week anxiety and nerves are real! Help your new students with some beginning of the year team building activities and ice breakers. These games will help your students learn about each each other and build classroom community right from the start.

30 Beginning of the Year Team Building Activities and Ice Breakers Have Your Best First Week: 30 Ways to Start the Year Right with Team Building Activities – Young Teacher Love by Kristine Nannini Class Building Activities, Team Activities, Team Building Games, Back To School Activities, School Ideas, Teambuilding Activities, Team Building Exercises, Beginning Of The School Year, New School Year

30 Beginning of the Year Team Building Activities and Ice Breakers

The first week anxiety and nerves are real! Help your new students with some beginning of the year team building activities and ice breakers. These games will help your students learn about each each other and build classroom community right from the start.

Create Your Own Dog Business Math Project - Young Teacher Love 4th Grade Classroom, Middle School Classroom, High School, Sixth Grade Math, Ninth Grade, Seventh Grade, Fourth Grade, Real Life Math, Nonfiction Text Features

Create Your Own Dog Business Math Project - Young Teacher Love

Need an enagaging, real-world math project? This post shows how your students can create a dog business of their own using the four operations.

The Importance of Creating a Classroom Community through Team Building Activities - Young Teacher Love by Kristine Nannini Classroom Procedures, Classroom Management, Class Management, Classroom Organization, Classroom Ideas, Classroom Inspiration, Future Classroom, School Classroom, New School Year

30 Beginning of the Year Team Building Activities and Ice Breakers

The first week anxiety and nerves are real! Help your new students with some beginning of the year team building activities and ice breakers. These games will help your students learn about each each other and build classroom community right from the start.

This post contains an entire unit on nonfiction text structure. It includes FREE anchor charts, graphic organizers, printables, posters, and activities. 7th Grade Ela, 3rd Grade Classroom, Middle School Classroom, 4th Grade Reading, Sixth Grade, High School, Fourth Grade, Second Grade, Language Arts

Nonfiction Text Structure Anchor Chart

Looking for ideas to teach nonfiction text structure? In this post, I share my best tips and resources to help students master nonfiction text structure.

Design a Cider Mill - Fall Math Project - Project Based Learning - PBL - Love Math, Fun Math, Math Activities, 5th Grade Classroom, Middle School Classroom, Math Projects, Mentor Texts, Math Concepts, Special Education Teacher

The Benefits of Project-Based Learning - Young Teacher Love

Why is Project-Based Learning Important? As educators, we all know that having students passively learn facts and information and then regurgitating those facts for a test or quiz is not sufficient. It does not prepare our students for the real world. Instead, we need to allow our students opportunities to LEARN BY DOING. Project-based learning […]

Create Your Own Dog Business Math Project - Young Teacher Love Math Help, Fun Math, Math Activities, 5th Grade Classroom, Middle School Classroom, Elementary Math, Upper Elementary, Project Based Learning, Fun Learning

Create Your Own Dog Business Math Project - Young Teacher Love

Need an enagaging, real-world math project? This post shows how your students can create a dog business of their own using the four operations.

This math pack includes word problems, calculation/operation problems, and answer keys that align to the Grade Common Core Math Standards: Numbers and Operations in Base Ten. 5th Grade Classroom, Middle School Classroom, 5th Grade Math, Common Core Math Standards, Exit Slips, Formative Assessment, Review Games, Math Problems, Math Numbers

5th Grade Math Review Homework Problems Numbers and Operations in Base Ten NBT

This math pack includes word problems, calculation/operation problems, and answer keys that align to the 5th Grade Common Core Math Standards: Numbers and Operations in Base Ten.Included in this pack:·17 pages of printable problems (6 problems on every page), with room to complete work for each prob...

Walking Through Standards Based Grading: Part 1 - Young Teacher Love 5th Grade Classroom, Middle School Classroom, Student Data Tracking, Standards Based Grading, File Folder Activities, Classroom Procedures, Preschool Special Education, Task Boxes, School Psychology

Walking Through Standards Based Grading: Part 1 - Young Teacher Love

It has been my goal to really dig deep into standards based grading to help you better understand it. The idea of standards based grading aligns PERFECTLY with my Student Data Tracking Binders (click HERE to read up on these) and my Standards Based Assessments (click HERE to read up on these), so I figured […]

Dabbing & Flossing Coordinate Graph Mystery Pictures Use for At Home Learning 4th Grade Classroom, Middle School Classroom, Teaching Math, Maths, Teaching Ideas, Graph Paper Drawings, Math Enrichment, Math Intervention, Math Concepts

Dabbing and Flossing - Coordinate Graphing Pictures - Back to School Activities

Included are Four Dabbing and Flossing-Themed Coordinate Graphing Mystery Pictures:-Dabbing Pizza-Flossing Pug-Flossing Unicorn-Dabbing TacoEach picture has three different graphing options to easily provide differentiation in your classroom.·One picture to be graphed in all four quadrants with posi...

Well-defined classroom procedures and routines are key to a strong management plan. Read this post for tips on how to improve your classroom management. 5th Grade Classroom, Middle School Classroom, Classroom Management Plan, Classroom Procedures, Learning Time, Classroom Community, Special Education Teacher, New School Year, Elementary Teacher

How to Teach Classroom Procedures and Team Building Ideas - Young Teacher Love

Well-defined classroom procedures and routines are key to a strong management plan. Read this post for tips on how to improve your classroom management.

Thanksgiving Coordinate Graphing Mystery Pictures by Kristine Nannini Math For 5th Graders, 3rd Grade Classroom, Middle School Classroom, High School, Reading Binder, Early Math, Thanksgiving Activities, Math Lessons, Math Activities

Writing Long off Post-It Notes and Thanksgiving Mystery Pictures

I’m here to share a great lesson we did on expanding your thoughts and writing long off post-its. Before that, I want to share a quick update about my latest creation! My kids have been going crazy over my Halloween-Themed Coordinate Graph Mystery Pictures (see more HERE), so I thought I’d make a Thanksgiving version! So many […]

to Implement Student Data Tracking in the Classroom Math and English Language Arts Student Data Tracking Binders and a FreebieMath and English Language Arts Student Data Tracking Binders and a Freebie Student Data Binders, Student Data Tracking, Data Folders, Student Data Walls, Student Teaching Binder, Goal Tracking, Student Portfolios, Teacher Binder, Teaching Tools

How to Implement Student Data Tracking in the Classroom

Looking to implement student data tracking this year? This post provides with an easy process to start tracking data for math and ELA in your classroom. It doesn't matter if you teach upper elementary or lower elementary, your students will track their own data, hold themselves accountable, and make your life easier.

Math and English Language Arts Daily Morning Work - Young Teacher Love 4th Grade Classroom, 4th Grade Math, Common Core Math, Common Core Standards, What Is My Life, A Little Life, Daily Math, English Language Arts, Morning Work

Math and English Language Arts Daily Morning Work - Young Teacher Love

In my classroom, students start each morning by completing a page from my Daily Morning Work resource. Before we started a morning work routine, our mornings were chaotic. Students were were lingering in the hallway, socializing, or using the time to read or finish work from the previous day. Trying to complete those important morning […]