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Struggling to build mastery with critical mathematical concepts like patterns, place value, and problem solving? There are so many fourth grade math standards that it can be difficult to cover them all and support regular review during the class time available. This no prep daily math spiral was designed to solve that problem in my classroom. Instead of cramming test prep in the last two weeks before the assessment, this daily math spiral is a warm up that helps students practice key math skills again and again in many different ways.
Each week's work fits on a single piece of paper and Monday-Thursday focus on building toward mastery of 5 key skills. Friday can be used as an assessment, with space available for guided support, reflection, corrections, and feedback for students and families.
Product Contents: • 36 weeks of standards-aligned spiraled math practice • Scope & sequence • Weekly student objectives with aligned math vocabulary • Answer keys • Student data tracking sheets (quarterly, 6-week, & weekly) in color and blackline
Skills & Topics Covered: • Problem Solving (both single and multistep) • Fractions & Decimals • Computation (addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division) • Number patterns & Tables • Place Value • Geometry and Measurement • Time and Money • and more!
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My name is Rebecca, and I am the busy teacher-momma behind The Third Wheel. With a four year old and two year old at home, my hands are full trying to maintain a balance between all those things I have to get done for work and all the things I want and need to do to keep things running smoothly at home.
Education is my passion, and I love being a student and a teacher. After getting my third masters degree, I am taking a little break from my own formal education. However, I still try to learn something new each day, just like I ask my students to do.
One of the biggest things I always try to think about how I can make the learning stick through engaging activities that don't require a ton of prep work or supplies. My passion is to help teachers and home school families make preparing fun, engaging learning opportunities easier so they can spend more time focused on the rest of what life has to offer.