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Teacherbee_4 05-19-2019 08:56 AM

4th grade resources?
I'm moving to 4th grade next year. I taught 4th grade for one year awhile back, but have been in 5th grade for a 7 years. When I taught 4th grade, I used things by Nicole Shelby and Kristine Nannini on Teachers Pay Teachers. Beth Newingham's website was also very helpful. Does anyone have any other 4th grade resources they can recommend? TPT sellers? Websites? Anything else?

GreyhoundGirl 05-19-2019 10:26 AM

I think I own everything Kalena Baker has everything made. I've recently found Nothing But Nonfiction and really like it. Games 4 Gains is fantastic. Between my teaching partner and I, I'm pretty sure we've bought almost all their 3rd grade resources. The games make fantastic center work and reinforce all the skills we're working on. No prep, engaging and easy to use. Ashleigh is good too. Oh, and Teaching with a Mountain View is fantastic.

It's possible I have a TpT addiction. :rolleyes:LOL

Also, my favorite free resource is CommonCore Sheets. I'm sure you've heard of it already, but if not, it's great for challenging math resources. It covers all the standards.

Linda/OH 05-19-2019 10:33 AM

grade 4 resources
I use superteachers worksheets, edhelper and (free!).

teacherwriter 05-19-2019 11:13 AM

K-5 math:
Good stuff on that site.

ReadWorks. (Although the articles are getting really old. I also made my own Article-a-Day sets out of individual articles.)

Super Teacher Worksheets.
I sometimes found things I could use in SS and science.

I would also suggest poking around on The Mailbox. They have a storehouse of lesson plans and worksheets that might fit into your curriculum here and there. In particular, I inherited a book of ready-to-use science lessons from another teacher and used it with my 5th-grade sped student last year.

PEPteach 05-19-2019 01:18 PM

The Teacher Studio

I own most of her store! :o

GreyhoundGirl 05-19-2019 01:28 PM

I also like readworks, Edulastic and commonlit (I just found this and itís amazing).

ComeChildren 05-19-2019 01:39 PM

k5 learning is good. You can also purchase workbooks.
Does your state library subscribe to world book? If so, they have awesome educator tools to plan webquests if you have internet/computer access.

MissAgnes 05-20-2019 02:20 PM

Second GreyhoundGirl
Common Core sheets is great for math, and I also use it for spelling homework. REadworks,
Also, Polk Brothers Foundation Center for Urban Education at DePaul University: It's a little tricky to maneuver, but it has a lot of good information.

Teacherbee_4 05-21-2019 03:58 PM

Thanks, I use a lot of these already, but I will look at the ones I don't!

On a side note, I'm so glad I'm not the only one with a TPT addiction. I am shocked at how many resources I have.

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