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Use the links below to brush up on math concepts, download the entire years' spelling lists, learn the
teaching methods I use to teach today's math concepts, and more!
Go here to practice a wide variety of your fourth (and higher level) grade concepts. Need more
practice in learning about and classifying triangles by sides and angles? How about
regular and irregular polygons? Rays? Lines? Well, kiddos, this is a great resource. Try it out!
If you need to read a section or two, or need the book for review, you don't have to lug it home any
longer! Just log on and you're in business.
Click Here to get to the Grade 4 Social Studies book
You can find out what the Grade Level Content Expectations are for your child. The GLCE's describe
what your student is expected to know and be able to do by the end of fourth grade..
Michigan Department of Education
Missing a worksheet for the current chapter? Go here and select the worksheet
you need. Download it and print, and you can complete the assignment and turn
Parents, would you like some help understanding today's more complex
elementary math? Would you feel more comfortable if you could access the way
we're teaching these concepts in class? Then this is the site for you!!
Detailed explanations of concepts for parents can be found here, as well as
short 'teaching model' videos designed for your students to watch provide a
personal tutor for added mastery of concepts.
Visit this link for printable math manipulatives and other practice aids to help you learn.
Need or want more math practice? Go here to get more practice with the fifth
grade concepts taught in the Houghton Mifflin Mathematics series. There are
links for home math as well.
Check this site out for multiplying decimals!
Practice math facts and have fun doing it!
Parents, do you want to provide your child more math fact practice? Check out
Math Fact Cafe. From this site you can print pre-made math fact worksheets or
even have you or your student create their own, tailoring practice to the
skills your student needs help with. There are even games on this site.
Have a question? Search the World Wide Web to locate web sites that have the
words that you put into your question. Remember to put your question in the
form of a question, complete with question mark. An example question might be:
Who was the first U.S. president?
Get help with language arts concepts here.
Want step-by-step help with working through your toughest math problems? Check
out this site!!
This site is a great resource for studying your spelling words.
Find extra math practice, review math vocabulary, or get test taking tips here. Have fun!
Don't miss a spelling list! You can even work ahead on the lists to master the spelling patterns.
Houghton-MIfflin spelling and vocabulary unit lists can be downloaded from this link so that students may work on any week's list.