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These FIVE fraction worksheets are designed for fourth-grade students. Skills include simplest form, generating equivalent fractions, comparing fractions with like and unlike denominators, ordering fractions, and using the benchmark fraction of one-half to compare fractions.

Deb Hanson | Crafting Connections

These four graphing worksheets will give your students the opportunity to practice interpreting and representing data on scaled bar graphs, picture graphs, and line plots. Each worksheet features a graph or line plot, and students must answer questions about it. Then, students are given a frequency table, and they must draw a graph that represents the data provided.

Deb Hanson | Crafting Connections

These seven geometry worksheets are designed for 4th grade students. This worksheet packet focuses on fourth-grade geometry concepts, including lines, angles, triangles, quadrilaterals, measuring angles, and lines of symmetry. Many geometry terms are featured, including types of angles and triangles (acute, obtuse, right), quadrilaterals (parallelograms, rhombus, trapezoid), types of lines (parallel, perpendicular, intersecting,) and general geometry terms (points, lines, rays, and segments).

Deb Hanson | Crafting Connections

Looking for a fun graphing activity to teach your students about scaled bar graphs, line plots, and pictographs? Check out this engaging activity where your students will gather data about their classmates and then draw four graphs to represent the data. This activity makes graphing meaningful!

Deb Hanson | Crafting Connections

Are you looking for a place value activity for upper elementary students who are ready for BIG numbers? This PowerPoint can be used to teach students about numbers to the hundred-millions place. Models and place value charts are used. Students will identify values of digits, standard form, word form, and expanded form. They will also compare numbers and order numbers! This PowerPoint can be converted to Google Slides, and it comes with a companion handout.

Deb Hanson | Crafting Connections

Are you looking for a place value activity that includes decimals? This decimals PowerPoint utilizes models and place value charts to the thousandths place. Students will learn how to properly read numbers with decimals, and to identify values of digits. Standard form, word form, and expanded form are also included. Students will compare numbers and order numbers that have decimals. This PowerPoint can be converted to Google Slides, and it comes with a companion handout.

Deb Hanson | Crafting Connections

Teaching long division is actually FUN when you employ the box method approach! Students just have to remember that Dad says to divide, Mom says to multiply, Sister says to subtract, and Brother says to bring up. This student-friendly PowerPoint contains 92 slides and walks students through the process again and again. Twelve practice problems are included. This resource also contains a companion handout for students to write on.

Deb Hanson | Crafting Connections

This time measurement PowerPoint can be used over multiple days! Begin by teaching your students how to convert time measurements that include seconds, minutes, hours, and days. Then, use number lines and benchmark times to teach your students how to calculate elapsed time. Many word problems are included. Students will learn how to calculate elapsed time, a starting time, and an ending time. This math PowerPoint is ideal for third and fourth-grade students.

Deb Hanson | Crafting Connections

These SEVEN fraction worksheets are designed for fourth-grade students. Skills include adding and subtracting fractions and mixed numbers with common denominators, decomposing fractions and mixed numbers, and multiplying a fraction by a whole number. The final two worksheets relate fractions to decimals. Students convert fractions to decimals and compare decimals. These worksheets are no prep! Just print and go!

Deb Hanson | Crafting Connections

This customary measurement PowerPoint can be used over multiple days! Teach your students how to do measurement conversions for length, mass, and capacity. Students practice converting, comparing, and ordering measurements. Students can write on the companion handout as you advance through the PowerPoint. Conversion tables, word problems, estimation problems, and multiple-choice questions are some of the practice problems included. This is ideal for fourth and fifth grade students.

Deb Hanson | Crafting Connections

This metric measurement PowerPoint can be used over multiple days! Teach your students how to do measurement conversions for length, mass, and capacity. Students practice converting, comparing, and ordering measurements. Students can write on the companion handout as you advance through the PowerPoint. Conversion tables, word problems, estimation problems, and multiple-choice questions are some of the practice problems included. This is ideal for fourth and fifth grade students.

Deb Hanson | Crafting Connections

These FIVE fraction worksheets are designed for third-grade students. Skills include identifying fractions, equivalent fractions, fractions on a number line, comparing fractions, and writing whole numbers as fractions.

Deb Hanson | Crafting Connections

These seven geometry worksheets are designed for 4th grade students. This worksheet packet focuses on fourth-grade geometry concepts, including lines, angles, triangles, quadrilaterals, measuring angles, and lines of symmetry. Many geometry terms are featured, including types of angles and triangles (acute, obtuse, right), quadrilaterals (parallelograms, rhombus, trapezoid), types of lines (parallel, perpendicular, intersecting,) and general geometry terms (points, lines, rays, and segments).

Deb Hanson | Crafting Connections

These five geometry worksheets are designed for third-grade students. Students will practice multiple geometry skills including angles, polygons, shared attributes of quadrilaterals, and partitioning shapes. Squares, rectangles, trapezoids, rhombuses, and parallelograms are featured.

Deb Hanson | Crafting Connections

These seven geometry worksheets are designed for 4th grade students. This worksheet packet focuses on fourth-grade geometry concepts, including lines, angles, triangles, quadrilaterals, measuring angles, and lines of symmetry. Many geometry terms are featured, including types of angles and triangles (acute, obtuse, right), quadrilaterals (parallelograms, rhombus, trapezoid), types of lines (parallel, perpendicular, intersecting,) and general geometry terms (points, lines, rays, and segments).

Deb Hanson | Crafting Connections

Do your students struggle with metric measurement conversions and concepts? This set of three worksheets and four conversion tables will provide an additional opportunity for your students to practice interacting with various metric measurement tasks, such as computing equivalent measurements, comparing two measurements, and ordering a set of measurements from least to greatest. Worksheets feature metric mass, metric capacity, and metric length.

Deb Hanson | Crafting Connections

Looking for a fun graphing activity to teach your students about scaled bar graphs, line plots, and pictographs? Check out this engaging activity where your students will gather data about their classmates and then draw four graphs to represent the data. This activity makes graphing meaningful!

Deb Hanson | Crafting Connections

Are you looking for a place value activity that includes decimals? This decimals PowerPoint utilizes models and place value charts to the thousandths place. Students will learn how to properly read numbers with decimals, and to identify values of digits. Standard form, word form, and expanded form are also included. Students will compare numbers and order numbers that have decimals. This PowerPoint can be converted to Google Slides, and it comes with a companion handout.

Deb Hanson | Crafting Connections

Cover the fourth grade geometry standards with this math PowerPoint. Many 4th grade geometry terms skills are introduced. Students identify and label points, lines, rays, and segments. They differentiate between parallel lines, intersecting lines, and perpendicular lines. They measure angles with protractors and label angels and triangles as acute, right, or obtuse. Students identify quadrilaterals: parallelogram, rhombus, trapezoid. Lines of symmetry are also featured.

Deb Hanson | Crafting Connections

Teaching long division is actually FUN when you employ the box method approach! Students just have to remember that Dad says to divide, Mom says to multiply, Sister says to subtract, and Brother says to bring up. This student-friendly PowerPoint contains 92 slides and walks students through the process again and again. Twelve practice problems are included. This resource also contains a companion handout for students to write on.

Deb Hanson | Crafting Connections

These FIVE fraction worksheets are designed for fourth-grade students. Skills include simplest form, generating equivalent fractions, comparing fractions with like and unlike denominators, ordering fractions, and using the benchmark fraction of one-half to compare fractions.

Deb Hanson | Crafting Connections

These four graphing worksheets will give your students the opportunity to practice interpreting and representing data on scaled bar graphs, picture graphs, and line plots. Each worksheet features a graph or line plot, and students must answer questions about it. Then, students are given a frequency table, and they must draw a graph that represents the data provided.

Deb Hanson | Crafting Connections

Are you looking for a place value activity for upper elementary students who are ready for BIG numbers? This PowerPoint can be used to teach students about numbers to the hundred-millions place. Models and place value charts are used. Students will identify values of digits, standard form, word form, and expanded form. They will also compare numbers and order numbers! This PowerPoint can be converted to Google Slides, and it comes with a companion handout.

Deb Hanson | Crafting Connections

Place Value PowerPoint for 3rd grade... includes standard form, word form, expanded form, comparing numbers and ordering numbers. Place value chart includes ones, tens, hundreds, and thousands.

Deb Hanson | Crafting Connections

These SEVEN fraction worksheets are designed for fourth-grade students. Skills include adding and subtracting fractions and mixed numbers with common denominators, decomposing fractions and mixed numbers, and multiplying a fraction by a whole number. The final two worksheets relate fractions to decimals. Students convert fractions to decimals and compare decimals. These worksheets are no prep! Just print and go!

Deb Hanson | Crafting Connections