## Description

**Imagine having a whole year of 4th grade math anchor charts done for you!** How about a one-stop download for a year worth of 4th grade math posters? This set of ninety 4th grade math anchor charts work great as math posters to hang on the all or as math reference sheets to glue into notebooks for quick and easy reference.

**Ideas for using math anchor charts in your classroom:**

❤️ Set your printer to 11×17, print, and hang as anchor charts for **whole group instruction**

❤️ Print as 8×10 and leave at your **math centers as math reference sheets**

❤️ Print 2 per page and have students glue them i**nto their notebooks as quick math reference sheets**

❤️ Print as 8×10 as **math posters for 4th grade concept walls**

❤️ Use them as math posters for 4th grade **bulletin boards** and switch them out based on unit

❤️ Print one unit at a time and bind them into a book for** reading about math**

❤️ Flip through the Google Slides math posters for each unit on your classroom smart board as a **review before each test**

**Bright colors and step-by-step instructions** allow these math posters for 4th grade to serve dual purpose as math reference sheets for teaching concepts **from multiplication to fractions and everything in between.** If you are worried about using too much ink, just switch your printer setting to black ink only. The **Google Slides** math reference sheets are great for teaching and sharing in virtual lessons and the PDF version is perfect for printing as math posters to hang on the walls for face-to-face learning. Either way, **you will find your students referring to them time and time again as they gain confidence in their math skills.**

*LOOKING FOR A DETAILED BREAKDOWN OF ALL THE MATH POSTERS INCLUDED? *

**PDF and Google Slides versions for each:**

**Math Anchor Charts for Place Value**

- Using place value charts through the millions place
- Writing numbers in expanded from through the millions place
- Comparing and order numbers through the hundred thousands place
- Rounding numbers to the thousand and ten thousand place

**Math Anchor Charts for Addition and Subtraction**

- Estimating sums and differences
- Regrouping for addition
- Regrouping for subtraction
- Subtracting across zero

**Math Anchor Charts for Multiplication**

- Multiplication of zero-digit numbers using the associative property
- Multiplication of zero-digit numbers using pattern rules
- Round factors to estimate products
- Using partial products with one 1-digit factor
- Using the distributive property with one 1-digit factor
- Using a place value algorithm with one 1-digit factor
- Mental math and multiplication
- Using area models with a multiple of 10
- Estimating products of 2-digit factors
- Using arrays for 2-digit factors
- Using partial products for 2-digit factors
- Using the distributive property for 2-digit factors
- Using the place value algorithm with a zero in the ones place
- Using the place value algorithm for 2-digit factors
- Steps for 2-digit multiplication

**Math Anchor Charts for Division**

- Mental math and division
- Estimating quotients
- Interpreting remainders
- Using place value blocks for division
- Modeling division with area models
- Area models for 3- and 4-digit dividends
- Partial quotients
- DMSB division algorithm-divide, multiply, subtract, bring down

**Math Anchor Charts for Factors and Multiples**

- Understanding factors
- Common factors
- Prime and composite numbers
- Common multiples

**Math Anchor Charts for Fractions and Mixed Numbers**

- Area models for equivalent fractions
- Fraction strips for equivalent fractions
- Using multiplication for equivalent fractions
- Using common factors for equivalent fractions
- Area models for comparing fractions
- Comparing fractions with fraction strips
- Using benchmark fractions to compare fractions
- Using common denominators to compare fractions
- Adding fractions using number lines
- Adding fractions using computation
- Subtracting fractions using number lines
- Subtracting fractions using computation
- Adding mixed numbers by breaking apart
- Adding mixed numbers by using improper fractions
- Subtracting mixed numbers by borrowing/regrouping
- Subtracting mixed numbers using improper fractions
- Multiply fractions using fraction strips & number lines
- Multiply fractions using multiplication/division facts
- Multiply mixed numbers using the distributive property
- Multiply mixed numbers using improper fractions

**Math Anchor Charts for Decimals**

- Relating decimals to fractions-tenths and hundredths
- Decimals on a number line-tenths and hundredths
- Decimals and place value-tenths and hundredths
- Adding tenths and hundredths as fractions and decimals
- Subtracting tenths and hundredths as fractions and decimals
- Decimals in money

**Math Anchor Charts for Geometry**

- Classifying triangles by sides and angles
- Terms, definitions, and examples for
- Point, line, line segment, and ray
- Angle, right angle, acute angle, and obtuse angle
- Intersecting, parallel and perpendicular lines
- Equilateral, isosceles, and scalene triangles
- Acute, obtuse, and right triangles
- Quadrilaterals, parallelograms, rectangles
- Trapezoid, rhombus, and square
- Congruent shapes and symmetrical shapes
- Unit angles
- Measuring angles
- Complementary and supplementary angles
- Understanding area
- Area of irregular shapes
- Understanding perimeter
- Formulas for perimeter

**Math Anchor Charts for Units of Measurement**

- Measurements of length
- Converting units of length
- Measurements of weight
- Converting units of weight
- Measurements of capacity
- Converting units of capacity
- Metric units and conversion

**Math Anchor Charts for Algebraic Patterns**

- Number patterns with addition and subtraction
- Number patterns with multiplication and division
- Determine and write rules for number patterns
- Finding the nth shape in a repeating pattern

**Prep doesn’t get any easier than this!** Forget messy markers and anchor chart paper that never tears quite right! Print once and file away for each unit or save the google slides file to your computer and bookmark it for easy access! Either way, **you will be ready to teach each concept in a matter of seconds.**

**What other 4th grade math teachers are saying:**

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Brittany said: “These anchor charts are wonderful! **One of the best purchases.** My students requested a mini anchor chart that they can keep with them to reference on their own and these are the perfect resources for that!”

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Miles said: “**This is a great set of anchor charts** to use to help keep previously taught standards available for any student who needs a review or to just confirm what they think they should do is right.”

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Haley said: These are **perfect for my math word wall! **I made small 5×7 anchor charts using these to **put on the students’ tables as reference sheets too**!”

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Alison said: “**This is a great resource. I hang the anchor charts on my math focus board.** The kids love that I print them for their math notebooks too!”

**Check out the preview** for a taste of the 4th grade math posters and anchor charts included!

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