This is a resource packet full of 100+ pages of morning work/daily work/homework. It was designed using fourth grade common core standards and designed to be used during the 1st and 2nd quarters based on the Curriculum pacing guide. It is 100% aligned to the Common Core Standards. There are 16 weeks worth of work. This is an amazing way to have a quick preparation for you standardized test.
These resources are a great review and each week focuses on the same skills in ELA: Language arts and Reading. This was designed so that every Friday or fifth day could be a formative assessment to see what your students have mastered or what they might need more work on.
This daily work is effective and a great cumulative review before any standardized test.
For example, there will be four specific standards in language and a reading passage per week. Every day will be a question for students to answer in regard to each standard.
The way it is used in my personal classroom is that we review the morning work together Mon-Thurs. On Friday, I will take them up. This gives me a wonderful idea a to which students have mastered or need work on each of the standards.
Friday’s morning work can either be used as a grade, or just as an observation to know where students are with each standard.
This morning work features 16 reading passages as a quick review for fluency, comprehension, vocabulary, etc.
There is also 2 constructed response questions each week for students to have weekly, constant constructed response review to prepare for standardized testing.
All reading passages correlate with 4th grade standards. Each non-fiction passage accompanies fourth grade social studies and science standards as well, so it helps across curriculum.
Each week contains the same passage for every day that week, which will give 16 total reading passages. This helps with fluency, which correlates with ELACC4.RF.4: Read with sufficient accuracy and fluency to support comprehension. Comprehension will be addressed through multiple choice questions as well as constructed response questions.
This is the perfect morning work, homework, bell ringer, daily work, etc. for a fourth grade ELA classroom. A great routine to start with each day or class period.
Constructed response is such a key for standardized testing these days, and this is the perfect way to practice and assess this standard and objective weekly.
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This packet is a great way to increase ELA standardized test scores. Try it out!