# Fourth Grade

## Collection by Teacher Thrive • Last updated 8 hours ago

Teaching ideas and resources for fourth grade teachers.

### Math Tiles: Mixed Numbers and Improper Fractions • Teacher Thrive

How do you teach your students about fractions greater than 1? I love this set of math tiles for mixed numbers and improper fractions. This engaging resource activates critical thinking and problem-solving skills, all while building a solid understanding of fractions. Perfect for math centers.

### Math Tiles: Multiplication and Division Facts • Teacher Thrive

This math center for multiplication and division facts is a hands-on activity that takes students’ thinking beyond procedures and rote memorization. Students must place 10 number tiles (0-9) on the Time to Tile cards to solve multiplication and division facts through 12. These math tiles are perfect for math centers.

### Expert Groups: A Cooperative Learning Strategy {Post 1 of 5} • Teacher Thrive

One of the most important elements of teaching is providing students with plenty of opportunities to actively engage in learning with their peers. I have decided to start a five-part series of posts that will outline my favorite cooperative learning strategies that I have used in my classroom. I will begin with “Expert Groups,” a strategy that […]

### Math Tiles: Volume of Rectangular Prisms • Teacher Thrive

Volume of rectangular prisms math center! These math tiles take students’ thinking beyond procedures and rote memorization. Students must place 10 number tiles (0-9) on the Time to Tile cards to correctly complete three volume problems.

### Expert Groups: A Cooperative Learning Strategy {Post 1 of 5} • Teacher Thrive

One of the most important elements of teaching is providing students with plenty of opportunities to actively engage in learning with their peers. I have decided to start a five-part series of posts that will outline my favorite cooperative learning strategies that I have used in my classroom. I will begin with “Expert Groups,” a strategy that […]

### Electrical Circuit Game Show Lesson • Teacher Thrive

Need a fun electricity lesson? Your students will love this circuit quiz show activity.

### Math Tiles: All Operations (Add, Subtract, Multiply & Divide) • Teacher Thrive

These math tiles are perfect for reinforcing basic math facts while building algebraic reasoning. Students must place 10 number tiles (0-9) on the Time to Tile cards to correctly solve one addition problem, one subtraction problem, one multiplication problem, and one division problem. Peferct for math centers.

### Math Tiles: Ways to Divide • Teacher Thrive

This is one of my favorite math centers for division. Students must place 10 number tiles (0-9) on the math tile cards to correctly solve four division problems. Each problem is presented in a different format: division bracket, fraction, horizontal fraction (12/4 = 3), and division symbol (÷).

### Electrical Circuit Game Show Lesson • Teacher Thrive

Need a fun electricity lesson? Your students will love this circuit quiz show activity.

### 3D Mint Tin Cell Model • Teacher Thrive

Make a 3D cell model using a mint tin! The perfect way to teach cell structures.

### Math Tiles: Rounding Decimals • Teacher Thrive

Need a math center for rounding decimals? This set of math tiles is perfect for your next math workshop or guided math session. Students must place 10 number tiles (0-9) on the math tile cards to correctly complete rounding problems.

### Circle Chats: A Cooperative Learning Strategy {Post 3 of 5} • Teacher Thrive

“Circle Chats,” today’s cooperative learning strategy, in another great way to get your students out of their seats and interacting! How It Works: Divide your class in half. One half will create an inner circle; the other half will make up the outer circle. Students in the outer circle can ask a question of the […]

### Four Corners: A Cooperative Learning Strategy (Post 4 of 5) • Teacher Thrive

Thanks for checking out this post on using “Four Corners” as a cooperative learning activity in the classroom. If you would like to view the other posts in this series of Cooperative Learning Strategies, you can find them here: “Expert Groups,” “Q&A Match-Up,” and “Circle Chats.” How It Works: Choose four aspects of a topic […]

### Q and A Match-Up: A Cooperative Learning Strategy (Post 2 of 5) • Teacher Thrive

In my first post of this 5-part series, I talked about using Expert Groups as a cooperative learning strategy in your classroom. Today I am going to outline the use of what I have termed “Q&A Match-Up.” I first saw this strategy used by one of my student teachers as a review activity before a […]

### Shrinky Dinks Cell Models • Teacher Thrive

A great way to teach cell structures using Skrinky Dinks!

### Classroom Anchor Charts • Teacher Thrive Classroom Anchor Charts

Check out this blog post for tons of excellent anchor charts!