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Hello! Thank you for viewing my page! I am a fourth grade teacher. I have been teaching over ten years. My page includes resources that I have created and found helpful in student achievement.

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Hello! Thank you for viewing my page! I am a fourth grade teacher. I have been teaching over ten years. My page includes resources that I have created and found helpful in student achievement.

#### Follow the Path: Multi-Digit Multiplication

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This game includes a game board and self-checking cards and solution methods. You will need to provide markers and dice. Print front to back on card stock and then cut out cards for your students to enjoy practicing multiplying multi-digit numbers. This game encourages learners to solve with one method and check their work with a second method.

#### Follow the Path: Rounding Decimals

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This game includes a game board and self-checking cards. Print this game front to back on card stock, cut out the game cards, include a paper clip and markers for each player and you have a math station that helps learners practice rounding decimals.

#### Fraction Top It and Record Sheet

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This game should be printed front to back on card stock. The record sheet should be printed front to back on plain paper and cut in half. The record sheet has students compare fractions and explain how their comparisons make sense.

#### Entrance or Exit Ticket for Numeration with Whole Numbers

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This resource should be printed front to back and includes an answer key. Assess students knowledge in identifying place value and comparing and rounding whole numbers.

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This printable study guide contains numeration objectives for fractions including representing equivalent fractions, comparing and ordering fractions, identifying the division statement a fraction represents, and simplifying fractions. Print front to back, staple and hole-punch for students to place in their binders.

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This resource helps mathematicians develop conceptual understanding of decimals. Students are shown how to read, write, identify, represent, order, and compare decimals. Students are shown how to round decimals using a number line. Students are shown how to represent fraction and decimal equivalents. This book should be printed front to back.

#### Decimal Foldable and Notes Pages

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This foldable introduces learners to decimals and contains notes as well as practice for reading and writing decimals. Print the first two sheets front to back to create a foldable. The remaining sheets can be printed one-sided and pasted into student math journals.

#### Follow the Path: Long Division

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This resource includes a game board and self-checking cards with explanations. This game should be printed front to back on cardstock. Simply cut out the cards, provide students with markers and dice and place this game as a station to reinforce division. This game includes different solution methods including traditional and area models.

#### Follow the Path: Rounding Whole Numbers

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This game includes a game board and self-checking cards. You will need to provide game markers, or pieces. Print front to back on cardstock. Cut out the self-checking cards. Students use a pencil and paper clip to spin. Students will have fun while practicing rounding to the nearest thousand, ten-thousand, and hundred-thousand.

#### Entrance or Exit Ticket for Numeration with Decimals

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This assessment can be used pre and post instruction and includes an answer key. Print front to back.

#### Foldable: Finding Perimeter

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This resource should be printed front to back and includes an answer key. Students create a foldable to help them learn and find perimeter.

#### Foldable: Finding Area

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This resource should be printed front to back and includes an answer key. Students create this foldable, take notes, compare and contrast area and perimeter and find the area.