30 multiple choice questions with a bonus
It has most of the outcomes except: Demonstrate the ability to use a variety of optical devices, describe how they are used, and describe their general structure. Suggested examples include: hand lens, telescope, microscope, pinhole camera, lightsensitive paper, camera, kaleidoscope. Students meeting this expectation will be able to provide practical descriptions of the operation of such devices, but are not required to provide theoretical explanations of how the devices work.
29 multiple choice questions and 1 written question
Grade 4 Outcomes
Grade 4 Math Exam
This worksheet looks at double-digit by single digit multiplication, with introductory questions moving into double digit by double digit multiplication.
Based on Math Makes Sense Resource. Excluded Carroll diagram/Venn diagram outcome that is in the Numbers Unit
Idea is taken from Barrie Bennett's graphic intelligence for assessment and instruction. Made for 11"x17"
This page is meant to be photocopied on cardstock and laminated, or placed in a page protector to be used with a dry erase marker. Students can roll dice to get the question and then expand it into: - explain in Words - count in groups - repeated addition - fact families -arrays
Find out what your students think you should be for Halloween.
Short PowerPoints for the Regions of Alberta
Students can fill this out at the beginning of the day on a field trip and keep it with them throughout the day to help hold themselves accountable during the day. (inspired by - coreinspiration on Instagram)
A four paragraph reading about the origins of Canadian Thanksgiving, along with reading comprehension questions.
This worksheet reviews how to answer simple questions in complete sentences (by restating the question).
Blank cellphones with three speech bubbles.
Phys Ed Activity for Cooperation and Team Strategy Can be used for Grades 3-12
Pinny Tag, Cooperation Game
Have students create a more unique report format by using the report cube. This encourages students to plan their layout more effectively, add artistic flair, and discourages the inclusion of extraneous fluff. Students will enjoy working towards the end result—a 3-dimensional representation of their understanding. This resource includes six "sides," covering the following: - selected region title and student name; - the animals found in the region; - the climate and vegetation; - landforms; - natural resources; and - what makes their region unique.
This is a sentence quiz that I use as a diagnostic and progress assessment. I give it the first week of school, and before every report card. It is done "pop quiz" style, with no studying beforehand. The first side assesses a students use of proper punctuation, and the second side assesses the ability to answer in complete sentences (i.e. rewording the question in the answer). It is a great talking sheet to use for Parent Teacher Interviews and in student conferences.
These are templates for a "silly" vowel story in which students write a story using as many of that vowel type as possible. For example if it was Long A their story might be something like this: I gave my cake on a tray to a baker on skates. It started to rain so he skated away!
These pages can be used with the Words Their Way Spelling Inventories. Students record their responses.
After watching online videos about Netiquette, students will create a pamphlet showing what they learned. This includes a rubric on the second page.
Combined unit plan for Grade 4 science Units B (Wheels and Levers) and C (Building Devices that Move)
Bilingual French/English resource I created for my sub binder as a no prep activity where students refine their web searching skills by using flag descriptors to discover which country each flag belongs to. This activity should be printed in color but if not possible at your school I have a color version printed to use under the document viewer and students receive black and white copies.
"Voices of Alberta" Chapter 4 pages 107+
This resource is for the final unit in Grade 4 Social where students will gain an appreciation for the cultures that make up Alberta. Students bring in a box that contains three items from their families culture. They need to be related to the different aspects of culture (music, traditions, celebrations, food etc). When they bring in the items they need to keep them in a shoe box so that no other students can see them. They then will give a brief description of the item without giving too much away as a presentation while the rest of the class takes notes. Once all students present their culture boxes I mix up the items into different boxes and students go on an "archeological dig" using their notes to try and match the box of items to a student.
Report Card comment bank for reading based on F&P levels. Customizable and copy-and-paste-able.
digital placemat template
This worksheet looks at three hamburger paragraphs (topic sentence, three detail sentences, conclusion sentence) and asks students to pick out the main idea and three details.
This is usually how my numeracy blocks look.
All the math vocabulary for addition, subtraction, multiplication and division that can be used for a display.
I gave these to my students. Every time they ask me to spell a word, they have to write it in their dictionaries. *make sure to print back to back, flip on the short edge.*
Here is my addition and subtraction test for my grade 4 students
Students will be given examples of figurative language and find others.
This is a gymnastics alternative using common equipment found in most schools. Mission impossible has students travel from station to station doing extremely challenging tasks to try to beat their personal record. This version takes students across Canada experiencing provincial and territorial specific tasks.
digital venn and carroll diagram templates
Students take the data found in this document, and use an online website to create 3 different graphs - including a bar graph and a line graph.
resource for Our Alberta print on 11 x 17
A final exam for the unit on "Waste in Our World".
A list of spelling rules to work through for word work. Developed by a learning coach and literacy intervention specialist.
This project was designed for a grade 5/6 options Leadership class to encourage leadership skills. Rubric for assessing the project is attached.
Introduce or review pennies, nickels, dimes, quarters, toonies, and loonies, along with cents and dollars.
Short selection of worksheets / short workbook for upper elementary Spanish on farm animals. Please let me know if you spot any mistakes or have any suggetions; I am always looking to improve.
This worksheet will help your students to recognize the components of a "Hamburger Paragraph".
4 weeks of addition and subtraction math facts.
This is a shared reading resource with activities and rubrics/continuums to support teachers who have students reading at several different levels. It was designed for independence and student-led book groups.
Alberta grade 4 science: Waste and our World unit assessment (revised)