Freebie for 4th grade math teachers

So state testing is next week (FCAT in my neck of the woods) and my school is having a pep-rally on Friday. For this fun-filled event, each grade is to come up with a game (testing related) for the kids.

We use Go Math and decided to make one of my "Match Ups" games for the event. "Match Ups" are card games used to play games like concentration or Go Fish. We divided the work between the three of us. There are three Big Ideas and we each made 20 math questions and answers for the skills. On Friday, each student will get a question card and an answer card to a different question. They are to solve their question and search for the person with their answer. The person with their answer will have the question card that matches their answer card. (picture this as kids are running around a soccer field lol).

Well, I wanted to share this game with all my bloggy friends ;).

It was a collaborative effort, therefore I'm not sure how much was actually copied from the textbook. With that in mind, I'm not going to post it on my blog but rather, would send it to anyone who would like a copy.

If you think you'd like a free copy of the game, comment and leave your email address. I'll send you the three documents. Also, feel free to spread the word on your blogs to your friends.



  1. It's almost time for us to test too! We have been reviewing, reviewing, reviewing! I would love a copy of your games so that my students could have a fun break from our review! Thanks!

  2. I would love a copy of your games. Thank you for creating and sharing your resources!

  3. i would love a copy.

  4. I would love a copy! Thanks so much!


  5. I would love a copy, also. Thank you.

  6. This sounds awesome. I teach 3rd grade so it probably wouldn't work for my kiddos, but it sounds fabulous. Good luck on your upcoming tests. We took our state tests back in March, and I'm so glad they are finished.

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    Stop by and visit when you get a chance.

  7. What a great idea! I'd love to snag a copy. I teach the high-ability third graders and am using mostly fourth grade materials. If it's too hard for my kiddos, I know some fabulous fourth grade teachers who would love to see it. msfultzscorner AT gmail DOT com

    I'm your newest follower to see what else you come up with,
    Christi ツ
    Ms. Fultz’s Corner

  8. I'm subbing right now and sometimes there are not enough plans so this may work super! I'd love a copy!

  9. I would love a copy too! ....please :) Thanks for sharing your hard work!

    One Teacher's Take

  10. I would love a copy! Thank you!

  11. My kids love to play games and I love having them work in pairs to teach each other. I would love to have a copy of your games to use in my classroom. Thanks for sharing.


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