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 4th Grade Math Facts

Overview

Initial Assessment

Daily Practice

Weekly Challenge
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There are ten 4th Grade Math Facts Challenges:
These challenges are designed to be completed in the above order.
Begin by completing the Initial Assessment to determine your child's correct starting point.
After completing the assessment, follow the instructions listed under Daily Practice.
Once a week, give your child the Weekly Challenge. If your child passes the Weekly Challenge, record it using the 4th Grade Bugs Award Sheet.
After passing the Weekly Challenge three times for one level, advance to the next level.
 4A Multiplication up to 10 X 10
 4B Multiplication up to 12 X 12
 4C Multiplication: 2 Digits X 1 Digit
 4D Multiplication: 2 Digits X 2 Digits
 4E Long Division with 1 Digit Divisor
 4F Long Division with 2 Digit Divisor (2 minutes)
 4G Factoring
 4H Operations with Fractions
 4I Operations with Integers
 4J Operations with Decimals
These challenges are designed to be completed in the above order.
Begin by completing the Initial Assessment to determine your child's correct starting point.
After completing the assessment, follow the instructions listed under Daily Practice.
Once a week, give your child the Weekly Challenge. If your child passes the Weekly Challenge, record it using the 4th Grade Bugs Award Sheet.
After passing the Weekly Challenge three times for one level, advance to the next level.
The goal of this assessment is to determine which math facts your child has mastered and which he/she should study further.
Download and print the 4th Grade Math Facts Assessment and 4th Grade Bugs Award Sheet. Notice that there are ten math facts challenge sheets and a three page answer key. There are three bug awards for each math facts level.
Show your child 4AMultiplication up to 10 X 10. Explain that you want him/her to complete these multiplication facts as quickly as possible.
Turn the sheet face down on the table. Set a timer. Count down to start: "3, 2, 1, Go!"
When your child finishes, write the time on the page, then check the answers using the answer key.
Decide what to do next as follows:
Download and print the 4th Grade Math Facts Assessment and 4th Grade Bugs Award Sheet. Notice that there are ten math facts challenge sheets and a three page answer key. There are three bug awards for each math facts level.
Show your child 4AMultiplication up to 10 X 10. Explain that you want him/her to complete these multiplication facts as quickly as possible.
Turn the sheet face down on the table. Set a timer. Count down to start: "3, 2, 1, Go!"
When your child finishes, write the time on the page, then check the answers using the answer key.
Decide what to do next as follows:
 If your child was not able to complete 4AMultiplication up to 10 X 10 in less than 60 seconds, start with 3rd Grade Math Facts.
 If your child correctly answered all problems in less than 45 seconds, congratulate him/her. Cut out the three bugs from the award sheet and add them to the sticker chart. Give your child the next assessment. Continue until your child either makes a mistake or needs more than 45 seconds to complete the challenge.
 If your child correctly answered all the problems in 4560 seconds, congratulate him/her. Cut out the red bug from the answer sheet and add it to the sticker chart. Throw out the remaining assessment pages. Go to Daily Practice.
 If your child did not get all the questions correct, throw out the remaining assessment pages. Go to Daily Practice.
 If your child was not able to complete the assessment in 60 seconds, throw out the remaining pages. Go to Daily Practice
 If your child is able to finish all ten assessments correctly in less than 45 seconds, go to the 5th Grade Math Facts.
Before Beginning: Determine your child's correct starting level by completing the assessment provided in 'Where to Begin.'
Click the box below that corresponds with your child's assigned math facts level. Download and print one package. Each package contains six daily math facts practice sheets.
On Monday, your child should practice the assigned math facts level until he/she is able to correctly complete it in 60 seconds. After grading each sheet, pick three math facts that your child either missed or needed extra time to figure out. Have your child write these three times each while saying them out loud. Drill him/her on these three facts. After trying to memorize three facts, try again. Keep trying until he/she finishes it correctly within 60 seconds. Draw a star or smiley face on the correctly completed sheet and hang it on your refrigerator. Make sure to congratulate your child.
On each subsequent day of the week, your child should practice enough to beat his/her previous record. Write the new record time on the math facts sheet with a star, sticker, or smiley face. Give your child a highfive and display the successfully completed challenge on your refrigerator.
Click the box below that corresponds with your child's assigned math facts level. Download and print one package. Each package contains six daily math facts practice sheets.
On Monday, your child should practice the assigned math facts level until he/she is able to correctly complete it in 60 seconds. After grading each sheet, pick three math facts that your child either missed or needed extra time to figure out. Have your child write these three times each while saying them out loud. Drill him/her on these three facts. After trying to memorize three facts, try again. Keep trying until he/she finishes it correctly within 60 seconds. Draw a star or smiley face on the correctly completed sheet and hang it on your refrigerator. Make sure to congratulate your child.
On each subsequent day of the week, your child should practice enough to beat his/her previous record. Write the new record time on the math facts sheet with a star, sticker, or smiley face. Give your child a highfive and display the successfully completed challenge on your refrigerator.
Designate Saturday or Sunday as Math Facts Challenge Day. This is the only day when your child can earn one of the awards.
Give your child the final math facts challenge from the weekly package. Set the timer for 60 seconds. If your child correctly completes the challenge in 60 seconds cut out one award sticker to add to a sticker sheet.
Your child may only earn one award each week. This ensures that your child practices each level sufficiently for long term memory and mastery.
After your child earns all three awards for a level, move up to the next math facts level. Levels should be completed in the following order:
Give your child the final math facts challenge from the weekly package. Set the timer for 60 seconds. If your child correctly completes the challenge in 60 seconds cut out one award sticker to add to a sticker sheet.
Your child may only earn one award each week. This ensures that your child practices each level sufficiently for long term memory and mastery.
After your child earns all three awards for a level, move up to the next math facts level. Levels should be completed in the following order:
 4A Multiplication up to 10 X 10
 4B Multiplication up to 12 X 12
 4C Multiplication: 2 Digits X 1 Digit
 4D Multiplication: 2 Digits X 2 Digits
 4E Long Division with 1 Digit Divisor
 4F Long Division with 2 Digit Divisor (2 minutes)
 4G Factoring
 4H Operations with Fractions
 4I Operations with Integers
 4J Operations with Decimals