4th Grade Guided Math includes fifteen units covering all fourth grade math standards. The units included range from beginning the year with place value to ending the year with measurement. However, the units can be taught in any order because they are independent of each other. So you can match them up to your district’s pacing.
The units in 4th Grade Guided Math are:
- Place Value
- Adding and Subtracting Large Numbers
- Multiplication as Comparisons
- Multiplication and Division Applications
- Word Problems
- Understanding Fraction
- Adding and Subtracting Fractions
- Multiplying Fractions
- Understanding Decimals
- Lines and Symmetry
- Shapes and Angles
- Perimeter and Area
All 4th Grade Guided Math Units Include:
- Pre & Posts Assessments
- Daily Lesson Plans
- Daily Practice Pages
- Daily Extension Activities
- Pages for interactive notebooks
- & Much More
I hope this resource can save you a lot of time. With all of your lesson plans written, and resources gathered in one place, this will help you gain back some of your precious free time this school year!
Planning 4th Grade Math:
Check out the year at a glance below.
Click the images above to see the pacing guides for Common Core and for TEKS. ALL Common Core standards are covered. Learn more about TEKS correlation here.
Guided Math is intended for small group instruction done by the teacher. These lessons are designed to be done as targeted instruction in a group setting, but teachers may choose to use the materials in whole group lessons as well.
Prepping for Guided Math:
Vocabulary cards, definitions, and questions from the lessons are provided to display. You can put these in a pocket chart, or have them out on the table while you are teaching a lesson.
Printables are intended to be used to support instruction and provide students with hands on tools, posters, templates, and more that can help them understand whatever topic you are covering.
A practice page is included for each day and covers the objective taught this day. Use this during your small group lesson to check for understanding, or make it a part of your rotations!
Extension activities are also included for each day. These can be used after students have been taught the day’s lesson. You can add them to your rotations or centers.
Additional resources are provided to support your instruction. These resources vary from foldables, to games, to extra practice.
One of my favorite things in the Guided Math units are the unit overviews. Try color coding how well your class did with a lesson as you teach them. Save every unit overview and when its time to review for state testing, you know exactly what objectives to spend the most time reinforcing.
Ready to save time and have all of your resources in one place?
- Buy the 4th Grade Guided Math Bundle HERE