I've taught 4th for 4 years.
04102019, 03:37 PM


I have to second all the information you've been given here.
Also, achievethecore.org has a coherence map that shows progression of concepts and standards from one year to the next. It's a great way to see how everything fits together.
We use GoMath, and I spend time going to the 3rd and 5th resources so that I can see where my kids are coming from, and where they need to go.
In the past (not so much this year) I have used math rotations like someone else mentioned. I taught a whole group mini lesson, then had rotations for math skills (MathWhizz), number sense activities, small group instruction (with me), and focused practice.
You can do it!
