Common Core Math Worksheets (for all standards)

Now that the school year has started, I finally got the chance to start using my Interactive Math Notebooks with my 4th graders! We are loving them!!!
My students love putting them together, using them to learn, and of course...coloring the pictures. I know these are going to be a great resource for them throughout this year. 

The only thing I felt was missing this week, was some type of follow-up to completing the pages. I wanted them to take their learning and understanding a little bit further. 

So, I decided to create worksheets to go with each page. I plan to use these throughout the year as homework, review, or as a quick assessment. 
Even if you aren't using Interactive Math Notebooks, these worksheets can still be used to help teach the 4th grade Common Core Math Standards!

Here are some sample pages...

Visit my TpT Store for more information on my Interactive Math Notebooks or to preview more of my Common Core Worksheets!

17 comments

  1. These are fantastic! This is my first year teaching Grade 4, and I think the interactive notebooks will be a great hit for my kids!

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  2. Since the curriculum we're using goes a little bit differently, I altered my interactive notebook to fit the curriculum pacing guide my grade level set up. BUT your input and suggestions were so helpful. The kids love the cutting and the pasting, and especially coloring the pictures :) I ended up getting a walkthrough by my principal as she saw them putting it together.. but I'm waiting for her input. EEEK! But, I can't wait until the students can do it independently on their own & I don't have to explain to them how to put it together :)

    I'll definitely take a look at your supplements. They look awesome, Rebecca! Again, thank you for all of your help :)

    Leanna

    lilismilee.blogspot.com

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    1. Thanks so much for the kind comment. I'm happy to help!! Hope the feedback from your principal is nothing but positive!

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  3. PLEASE tell me you are going to make a 3rd grade set???!!!!! I LOVE your notebooks and I am sure these are just as fabulous.

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  4. What program are you using to create your worksheets? I am in first grade and would love to create some for my classroom.

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    1. How are they created in the text format?

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    2. I use text boxes. Also, under page setup, I chance the format to letter size and portrait.

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  5. As an ESL teacher, I must admit that I don't have use for them - but they look like a GREAT resource! I just found your blog - I look forward to following it!
    ~Deb
    Crafting Connections


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  6. PLEASE make a 5th grade set of worksheets! I love them!

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  7. Note that, on 4.OA.1, problem 1, most non-Common Core mathematicians believe that 54 = 6 x 9 and that 63 = 7 x 9.

    I came to your page looking for worksheets that did not provide either ludicrously incorrect or horrendously poorly posed problems. I guess I have to keep looking ....

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    1. Thank you for your comment. Please note that the error was corrected on TpT, where these worksheets are available. I discovered and corrected the error shortly after posting this. It is my mistake that I forgot to update this page as well. I hope that you find what you are looking for. :)

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    2. Please note that I have also corrected the image on this page. Thanks again for your feedback. :)

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