I decided to cover standards at the end of the year that were similar to the 3rd grade standards we teach. This way my lower achieving students could get the remediation they needed and my on grade level and higher students could get the enrichment they needed.
Activity #1.... 4.NBT.2 Comparing Numbers
Activity #2.... 4.NBT.3 Addition and Subtraction with Regrouping
Fun hands on center that only requires a dry erase marker and a paper clip. Students spin the paperclip to find numbers to practice their addition and subtraction with regrouping skills. They can then follow up with this beach themed worksheet.
Activity #3....4.NBT.4 Rounding to any place
Activity #4.... 4.OA.5 Multiplying a 2 digit times a 1 digit
Yes, all of my students can multiply a 2 digit times a 1 digit number. When they are fluent in their facts, its actually easy. It's how I taught 10's, 11's and 12's...so everything else came easy.
Activity #5... 4.OA.5 Multiply a 2 digit number times a 2 digit number using any algorithm.
Surprisingly, I taught my higher students to do this standard using the method we learned. It was so hard for them that way. When I used this box method, their eyes lit up.
Two sets of cards... One set has smaller numbers, while the other set has larger numbers.
Activity #6.... 4.OA.6 Division with and without remainders
This has been by far the most difficult standard. But they are enjoying the challenge.
See it in action and check it out on TPT by clicking the link here or clicking the photo.