What do kids learn in fourth grade?
Transitioning between third and fourth grade is a big step from the lower elementary level to upper elementary. Students are expected to continue digging deeply into the complexities of math, reading, and writing; to expand their thinking skills; and to work more independently on advanced, structured material. In writing, fourth graders will work on strengthening support and organization, increasing detail, and building voice. Reading becomes more sophisticated as students learn about characteristics of genres, character perspectives, comparing and contrasting texts, and understanding and using textual support in argument. Math includes more work with multi-digit numbers in rounding, bases of ten, expanded forms, addition, subtraction, and multiplication. The study of graphs, fractions, number patterns, and estimates continues at an in-depth level. This invaluable assortment aligns with the current educational standards and will support fundamental classroom learning. A few highlights of the hundreds of pages available include puzzles, poetry and story graphic organizers, fiction and nonfiction reading, syllabication, analogies, and math mysteries. These essential, no prep, original materials, all challenging and absorbing, appeal to today's student interests, including computer programming and fidget spinners. Your students will find reviewing with these dynamic resources irresistible!