Digital Math for 4.MD.2 - Solve Problems Involving Measurement (Slides + Self-Grading Quiz)
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Digital Math for 4.MD.2 - Solve Problems Involving Measurement
This interactive math resource is designed specifically for Grade 4 students studying Measurements. The slides are set up online, providing educators with a tool that requires no preparation.
The main feature of these slides is their interactive nature which enhances students' understanding through visual representations of mathematical concepts. Students can manipulate data by dragging and dropping elements, thereby promoting active learning.
- PowerPoint and Google Slides versions: These are formatted to the 4.MD.2 standard. Teachers can easily assign tasks thanks to the clear instructions provided.
- A self-grading quiz via Google Forms: This supplement serves as an effective assessment tool providing valuable feedback for learners and real-time data tracking for educators.
- 20 interactive student-focused slides: These include a variety of activities related to the discipline of measurements hence encouraging engagement and development of critical thinking skills in line with distance learning models.
Versatility in Application
In addition to being utilized as standalone assignments through virtual classroom environments, these resources also lend themselves effectively in or as part of a center activity during traditional face-to-face sessions.
This package features multiple file types ensuring compatibility across various platforms thus empowering both educators and homeschoolers. It's an effective solution catering towards diverse learning preferences such as individual homework assignments or group-based class activities - thereby reinforcing comprehensive understanding of measurements in mathematics based on Common Core State Standards targeted at Grade 4 level learners.
Included in this Resource:
Both PowerPoint and Google Slides
20 interactive student slides
A corresponding, self-grading quiz on Google Forms
This resource can be used as a distance learning assignment, in small group instruction, or as a center.