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4th Grade Seasonal Digital Math Centers, Games, and Activities Mega Bundle

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Digital activities are the perfect no-prep solution to your lessons! With this MEGA bundle, 7 seasonal digital math activity bundles are included! There are 35 different games to choose from! All the activities are digital, but can be used with your visual aids for in person classes.

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Cracking the Classroom Code™ 4th Grade Thanksgiving Multiplication Escape Room

Will your class escape in time? Try this escape room style game with your students today! This is a fun game that is perfect for reviewing multiplication with your fourth grade students. Students will be multiplying a whole number of up to four digits by a one digit whole number, and two-digit whole numbers by two-digit whole numbers.

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4th Grade Digital Math Winter Activities and Centers | Distance Learning

Snowy Street is a great way to engage your students, while reviewing key math standards. This is perfect for distance learning with your virtual students, or for use in the classroom! Students will review factors and multiples, prime and composite numbers, while having fun doing the tasks!

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Grade 4 Digital Math Compare, Add, & Subtract Fractions | Distance Learning

This product works great for distance learning, or in a classroom. Engage your students with a fun math review game on Google Slides. Students will simply click and drag the correct answer to match the question. These are great for any occasion and can be a good reinforcement all year round!

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4th Grade Winter Math Multiplying & Dividing Activity | Distance Learning

This is a fun, educational, and easy to learn digital activity. Provided in both a PowerPoint AND Google Slides format, it works with distance learning and in-classroom learning. Whether you are teaching in a virtual classroom or physical one, use this activity for a truly enjoyable yet productive lesson.

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4th Winter Digital Game Factors, Multiples, Prime, Composite | Distance Learning

Try this fun snowman winter themed math game with your 4th grade students today! This game can be played virtually with distance learning, or in the classroom. Use it for centers, rotations, bell work, exit tickets, homework, test review, and more! Celebrate the holidays while learning at the same time!

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4th Grade Valentine's Day Math Digital Escape Room Activity | Distance Learning

This is a fun Google Slides escape room that reviews key concepts for 4th grade! Students will practice comparing fractions, finding equivalent fractions, and adding and subtracting fractions. Mixed numbers are included. Each escape has multiple tasks for your students that are guaranteed to give entertainment and learning at the same time!

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4th Grade Decimals and Fractions Valentine's Digital Math | Distance Learning

This product works great for distance learning, or in a classroom. Engage your students with a fun math review game on Google Slides. Students will simply click and drag the correct answer to match the question. These are great for any occasion and can be a good reinforcement all year round!

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4th Grade Digital Valentine's Day Fraction Math Activity | Distance Learning

This is a fun, educational, and easy to learn digital activity. Provided in both a PowerPoint AND Google Slides format, it works with distance learning and in-classroom learning. Whether you are teaching in a virtual classroom or physical one, use this activity for a truly enjoyable yet productive lesson.

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4th Grade Valentine's Day Digital Math Fractions Game | Distance Learning

Try this fun Valentine's Day themed math game with your 4th grade students today! Created in Google Slides, it is a no-prep activity. This game can be played virtually with distance learning, or in the classroom. Use it for centers, rotations, bell work, exit tickets, homework, test review, and more! Celebrate the occasion while learning at the same time!

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4th Grade St. Patrick's Day Digital Math Angles and Measuring Angles Escape Room

This is a fun Google Slides escape room that reviews key concepts for 4th grade! Students will practice identifying lines, line segments and angles. Students will also practice measuring angles with a protractor. Each escape has multiple tasks for your students that are guaranteed to give entertainment and learning at the same time!

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4th Grade St. Patrick's Day Digital Math Game Angles and Shapes

This product works great for distance learning, or in a classroom. Engage your students with a fun math review game on Google Slides. Students will simply click and drag the correct answer to match the question. These are great for any occasion and can be a good reinforcement all year round!

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4th Grade Digital Math St. Patrick's Day Center Activity Angle Measurements

This is a fun, educational, and easy to learn digital activity. Provided in both a PowerPoint AND Google Slides format, it works with distance learning and in-classroom learning. Whether you are teaching in a virtual classroom or physical one, use this activity for a truly enjoyable yet productive lesson.

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4th Grade St. Patrick's Day Math Angle Measurements Digital Review Game

Try this fun St. Patrick's Day themed math game with your 4th grade students today! Created in Google Slides, it is a no-prep activity. This game can be played virtually with distance learning, or in the classroom. Use it for centers, rotations, bell work, exit tickets, homework, test review, and more! Celebrate the occasion while learning at the same time!

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4th Grade Easter & Spring Digital Math Area and Perimeter Escape Room Breakout

This is a fun Google Slides escape room that reviews key concepts for 4th grade! Students will practice finding the perimeter of rectangles, finding the unknown side length of a shape, and finding the area of rectangles. Each escape has multiple tasks for your students that are guaranteed to give entertainment and learning at the same time!

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4th Grade Easter Digital Math Game Converting Measurements Activity

Try this fun Easter themed math game with your 4th grade students today! Created in Google Slides, it is a no-prep activity. This game can be played virtually with distance learning, or in the classroom. Use it for centers, rotations, bell work, exit tickets, homework, test review, and more! Celebrate the occasion while learning at the same time!

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4th Grade Easter Digital Math Measurement Review on Google Slides

This product works great for distance learning, or in a classroom. Engage your students with a fun math review game on Google Slides. Students will simply click and drag the correct answer to match the question. These are great for any occasion and can be a good reinforcement all year round!

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4th Grade Christmas Math Digital Escape Room Breakout | Distance Learning

This is a fun Google Slides escape room that reviews key concepts for 4th grade! Students will practice long division with up to 4-digit dividends and 1-digit divisors. There will be some questions with remainders. This is a fun Christmas math themed escape room. Each escape has multiple tasks for your students that are guaranteed to give entertainment and learning at the same time!

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4th Grade Christmas Digital Math Division Activity | Distance Learning

Try this fun Christmas themed math game with your 4th grade students today! This game can be played virtually with distance learning, or in the classroom. Use it for centers, rotations, bell work, exit tickets, homework, test review, and more! Celebrate the holidays while learning at the same time!

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4th Grade Digital Christmas Math Activities and Centers | Distance Learning

Santa's Workshop is a great way to engage your students with reviewing key math standards. This is perfect for distance learning with your virtual students, or for use in the classroom! Students will review multiplication and division word problems, in this fun and engaging activity!

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Digital Escape Room 4th Grade Christmas Math | Distance Learning

UPDATED WITH A SECOND DIGITAL OPTION THAT IS PERFECT FOR DISTANCE LEARNING. Now, there are two digital versions included! One without printables that is easy to assign for distance learning on Google Forms, and a second one on Google Forms that you can use during in person classes.

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Digital Escape Room 4th Grade Multiples, Prime and Composite | Distance Learning

UPDATED WITH A SECOND DIGITAL OPTION THAT IS PERFECT FOR DISTANCE LEARNING. Now, there are two digital versions included! One without printables that is easy to assign for distance learning on Google Forms, and a second one on Google Forms that you can use during in person classes.

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Digital Escape Room 4th Grade Valentine's Day Math | Distance Learning

UPDATED WITH A SECOND DIGITAL OPTION THAT IS PERFECT FOR DISTANCE LEARNING. Now, there are two digital versions included! One without printables that is easy to assign for distance learning on Google Forms, and a second one on Google Forms that you can use during in person classes.

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Cracking the Classroom Code™ 4th Grade St. Patrick's Day Math Escape Room Game

Will your class escape in time? Try this escape room style game with your students today! This is a fun game that is perfect for reviewing adding, subtracting, and multiplying fractions with your 4th grade students. Add this game to your St. Patrick's Day fun!

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Math Digital Escape Room 4th Grade Measurement | Distance Learning

UPDATED WITH A SECOND DIGITAL OPTION THAT IS PERFECT FOR DISTANCE LEARNING. Now, there are two digital versions included! One without printables that is easy to assign for distance learning on Google Forms, and a second one on Google Forms that you can use during in person classes.

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Halloween Escape Room 4th Grade Math Cracking the Classroom Code™

Will your class escape in time? Try this escape room style game with your students today! This is a fun game that is perfect for reviewing 4th grade rounding, and addition and subtraction with whole numbers. Students will be practicing rounding multi-digit numbers to any place. Your class will also get practice with adding and subtracting multi-digit whole numbers using the standard algorithm.

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4th Grade Halloween Math Adding & Subtracting Google Slides | Distance Learning

Review 4th grade addition and subtraction with this fun Halloween math game! Students can play individually, with a partner, small group, or with the entire class! This game is great for distance learning, and for math review or test prep. It can also be printed out for use during in person sessions.

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Hidden Picture Tiles Halloween Math Activity 4th Grade | Distance Learning

This product works great for distance learning, or in a classroom. Engage your students with a fun math review game on Google Slides. Students will simply click and drag the correct answer to match the question. These are great for any occasion and can be a good reinforcement all year round!

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Halloween Math Games Multiplication and Division Facts | Distance Learning

These math fact games are perfect for Halloween or during the month of October. They are on Google Slides and can be played virtually with distance learning, or in the classroom. Students can use the activity independently, or with a partner. Use individually or in groups for a fun and engaging activity!

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Halloween Math Activity Grade 4 Rounding & Comparing Numbers | Distance Learning

Use this fun, bright and engaging center activity with your 4th grade class. Created on Google Slides, students move a flashlight around to find the correct answer. The answers are on ghosts, and make for a fun Halloween math review, activity or test prep!

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Hidden Picture Tiles Thanksgiving Math Activity 4th Grade | Distance Learning

This product works great for distance learning, or in a classroom. Engage your students with a fun math review game on Google Slides. Students will simply click and drag the correct answer to match the question. These are great for any occasion and can be a good reinforcement all year round!

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Thanksgiving Digital Math Center 4th Grade Multiplication | Distance Learnig

Use this fun, bright and engaging center activity with your 4th grade class. Created on Google Slides, students move a flashlight around to find the correct answer. The answers are on pilgrim hats, and make for a fun Thanksgiving math review, activity or test prep!

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4th Grade Digital Math Escape Room Breakout Thanksgiving | Distance Learning

This is a fun Google Slides escape room that reviews key concepts for 4th grade! Students will practice multiplication skills. Students will review multiplying one-digit by up to 4-digits, and multiplying 2 two-digit numbers. There are 15 escapes. Each escape has multiple tasks for your students that are guaranteed to give entertainment and learning at the same time!

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4th Grade Thanksgiving Math Google Slides Game | Distance Learning

Review 4th grade multiplication with this fun Thanksgiving math game! Students can play individually, with a partner, small group, or with the entire class! This game is great for distance learning, and for math review or test prep. It can also be used during in person sessions.

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4th Grade Digital Math Christmas Division Activities | Distance Learning

This product works great for distance learning, or in a classroom. Engage your students with a fun math review game on Google Slides. Students will simply click and drag the correct answer to match the question. These are great for any occasion and can be a good reinforcement all year round!

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4th Grade Easter Digital Math Center and Activity Measurement Conversions

This is a fun, educational, and easy to learn digital activity. Provided in both a PowerPoint AND Google Slides format, it works with distance learning and in-classroom learning. Whether you are teaching in a virtual classroom or physical one, use this activity for a truly enjoyable yet productive lesson.

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Cracking the Classroom Code™ 4th Grade Thanksgiving Multiplication Escape Room

Will your class escape in time? Try this escape room style game with your students today! This is a fun game that is perfect for reviewing multiplication with your fourth grade students. Students will be multiplying a whole number of up to four digits by a one digit whole number, and two-digit whole numbers by two-digit whole numbers.

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4th Grade Digital Math Winter Activities and Centers | Distance Learning

Snowy Street is a great way to engage your students, while reviewing key math standards. This is perfect for distance learning with your virtual students, or for use in the classroom! Students will review factors and multiples, prime and composite numbers, while having fun doing the tasks!

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Grade 4 Digital Math Compare, Add, & Subtract Fractions | Distance Learning

This product works great for distance learning, or in a classroom. Engage your students with a fun math review game on Google Slides. Students will simply click and drag the correct answer to match the question. These are great for any occasion and can be a good reinforcement all year round!

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4th Grade Winter Math Multiplying & Dividing Activity | Distance Learning

This is a fun, educational, and easy to learn digital activity. Provided in both a PowerPoint AND Google Slides format, it works with distance learning and in-classroom learning. Whether you are teaching in a virtual classroom or physical one, use this activity for a truly enjoyable yet productive lesson.

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4th Winter Digital Game Factors, Multiples, Prime, Composite | Distance Learning

Try this fun snowman winter themed math game with your 4th grade students today! This game can be played virtually with distance learning, or in the classroom. Use it for centers, rotations, bell work, exit tickets, homework, test review, and more! Celebrate the holidays while learning at the same time!

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4th Grade Valentine's Day Math Digital Escape Room Activity | Distance Learning

This is a fun Google Slides escape room that reviews key concepts for 4th grade! Students will practice comparing fractions, finding equivalent fractions, and adding and subtracting fractions. Mixed numbers are included. Each escape has multiple tasks for your students that are guaranteed to give entertainment and learning at the same time!

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4th Grade Decimals and Fractions Valentine's Digital Math | Distance Learning

This product works great for distance learning, or in a classroom. Engage your students with a fun math review game on Google Slides. Students will simply click and drag the correct answer to match the question. These are great for any occasion and can be a good reinforcement all year round!

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4th Grade Digital Valentine's Day Fraction Math Activity | Distance Learning

This is a fun, educational, and easy to learn digital activity. Provided in both a PowerPoint AND Google Slides format, it works with distance learning and in-classroom learning. Whether you are teaching in a virtual classroom or physical one, use this activity for a truly enjoyable yet productive lesson.

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4th Grade Valentine's Day Digital Math Fractions Game | Distance Learning

Try this fun Valentine's Day themed math game with your 4th grade students today! Created in Google Slides, it is a no-prep activity. This game can be played virtually with distance learning, or in the classroom. Use it for centers, rotations, bell work, exit tickets, homework, test review, and more! Celebrate the occasion while learning at the same time!

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4th Grade St. Patrick's Day Digital Math Angles and Measuring Angles Escape Room

This is a fun Google Slides escape room that reviews key concepts for 4th grade! Students will practice identifying lines, line segments and angles. Students will also practice measuring angles with a protractor. Each escape has multiple tasks for your students that are guaranteed to give entertainment and learning at the same time!

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4th Grade St. Patrick's Day Digital Math Game Angles and Shapes

This product works great for distance learning, or in a classroom. Engage your students with a fun math review game on Google Slides. Students will simply click and drag the correct answer to match the question. These are great for any occasion and can be a good reinforcement all year round!

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4th Grade Digital Math St. Patrick's Day Center Activity Angle Measurements

This is a fun, educational, and easy to learn digital activity. Provided in both a PowerPoint AND Google Slides format, it works with distance learning and in-classroom learning. Whether you are teaching in a virtual classroom or physical one, use this activity for a truly enjoyable yet productive lesson.

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4th Grade St. Patrick's Day Math Angle Measurements Digital Review Game

Try this fun St. Patrick's Day themed math game with your 4th grade students today! Created in Google Slides, it is a no-prep activity. This game can be played virtually with distance learning, or in the classroom. Use it for centers, rotations, bell work, exit tickets, homework, test review, and more! Celebrate the occasion while learning at the same time!

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4th Grade Easter & Spring Digital Math Area and Perimeter Escape Room Breakout

This is a fun Google Slides escape room that reviews key concepts for 4th grade! Students will practice finding the perimeter of rectangles, finding the unknown side length of a shape, and finding the area of rectangles. Each escape has multiple tasks for your students that are guaranteed to give entertainment and learning at the same time!

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4th Grade Easter Digital Math Game Converting Measurements Activity

Try this fun Easter themed math game with your 4th grade students today! Created in Google Slides, it is a no-prep activity. This game can be played virtually with distance learning, or in the classroom. Use it for centers, rotations, bell work, exit tickets, homework, test review, and more! Celebrate the occasion while learning at the same time!

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4th Grade Easter Digital Math Measurement Review on Google Slides

This product works great for distance learning, or in a classroom. Engage your students with a fun math review game on Google Slides. Students will simply click and drag the correct answer to match the question. These are great for any occasion and can be a good reinforcement all year round!

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4th Grade Christmas Math Digital Escape Room Breakout | Distance Learning

This is a fun Google Slides escape room that reviews key concepts for 4th grade! Students will practice long division with up to 4-digit dividends and 1-digit divisors. There will be some questions with remainders. This is a fun Christmas math themed escape room. Each escape has multiple tasks for your students that are guaranteed to give entertainment and learning at the same time!

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4th Grade Christmas Digital Math Division Activity | Distance Learning

Try this fun Christmas themed math game with your 4th grade students today! This game can be played virtually with distance learning, or in the classroom. Use it for centers, rotations, bell work, exit tickets, homework, test review, and more! Celebrate the holidays while learning at the same time!

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4th Grade Digital Christmas Math Activities and Centers | Distance Learning

Santa's Workshop is a great way to engage your students with reviewing key math standards. This is perfect for distance learning with your virtual students, or for use in the classroom! Students will review multiplication and division word problems, in this fun and engaging activity!

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Digital Escape Room 4th Grade Christmas Math | Distance Learning

UPDATED WITH A SECOND DIGITAL OPTION THAT IS PERFECT FOR DISTANCE LEARNING. Now, there are two digital versions included! One without printables that is easy to assign for distance learning on Google Forms, and a second one on Google Forms that you can use during in person classes.

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Digital Escape Room 4th Grade Multiples, Prime and Composite | Distance Learning

UPDATED WITH A SECOND DIGITAL OPTION THAT IS PERFECT FOR DISTANCE LEARNING. Now, there are two digital versions included! One without printables that is easy to assign for distance learning on Google Forms, and a second one on Google Forms that you can use during in person classes.

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Digital Escape Room 4th Grade Valentine's Day Math | Distance Learning

UPDATED WITH A SECOND DIGITAL OPTION THAT IS PERFECT FOR DISTANCE LEARNING. Now, there are two digital versions included! One without printables that is easy to assign for distance learning on Google Forms, and a second one on Google Forms that you can use during in person classes.

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Cracking the Classroom Code™ 4th Grade St. Patrick's Day Math Escape Room Game

Will your class escape in time? Try this escape room style game with your students today! This is a fun game that is perfect for reviewing adding, subtracting, and multiplying fractions with your 4th grade students. Add this game to your St. Patrick's Day fun!

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Math Digital Escape Room 4th Grade Measurement | Distance Learning

UPDATED WITH A SECOND DIGITAL OPTION THAT IS PERFECT FOR DISTANCE LEARNING. Now, there are two digital versions included! One without printables that is easy to assign for distance learning on Google Forms, and a second one on Google Forms that you can use during in person classes.

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Halloween Escape Room 4th Grade Math Cracking the Classroom Code™

Will your class escape in time? Try this escape room style game with your students today! This is a fun game that is perfect for reviewing 4th grade rounding, and addition and subtraction with whole numbers. Students will be practicing rounding multi-digit numbers to any place. Your class will also get practice with adding and subtracting multi-digit whole numbers using the standard algorithm.

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4th Grade Halloween Math Adding & Subtracting Google Slides | Distance Learning

Review 4th grade addition and subtraction with this fun Halloween math game! Students can play individually, with a partner, small group, or with the entire class! This game is great for distance learning, and for math review or test prep. It can also be printed out for use during in person sessions.

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Hidden Picture Tiles Halloween Math Activity 4th Grade | Distance Learning

This product works great for distance learning, or in a classroom. Engage your students with a fun math review game on Google Slides. Students will simply click and drag the correct answer to match the question. These are great for any occasion and can be a good reinforcement all year round!

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Halloween Math Games Multiplication and Division Facts | Distance Learning

These math fact games are perfect for Halloween or during the month of October. They are on Google Slides and can be played virtually with distance learning, or in the classroom. Students can use the activity independently, or with a partner. Use individually or in groups for a fun and engaging activity!

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Halloween Math Activity Grade 4 Rounding & Comparing Numbers | Distance Learning

Use this fun, bright and engaging center activity with your 4th grade class. Created on Google Slides, students move a flashlight around to find the correct answer. The answers are on ghosts, and make for a fun Halloween math review, activity or test prep!

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Hidden Picture Tiles Thanksgiving Math Activity 4th Grade | Distance Learning

This product works great for distance learning, or in a classroom. Engage your students with a fun math review game on Google Slides. Students will simply click and drag the correct answer to match the question. These are great for any occasion and can be a good reinforcement all year round!

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Thanksgiving Digital Math Center 4th Grade Multiplication | Distance Learnig

Use this fun, bright and engaging center activity with your 4th grade class. Created on Google Slides, students move a flashlight around to find the correct answer. The answers are on pilgrim hats, and make for a fun Thanksgiving math review, activity or test prep!

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4th Grade Digital Math Escape Room Breakout Thanksgiving | Distance Learning

This is a fun Google Slides escape room that reviews key concepts for 4th grade! Students will practice multiplication skills. Students will review multiplying one-digit by up to 4-digits, and multiplying 2 two-digit numbers. There are 15 escapes. Each escape has multiple tasks for your students that are guaranteed to give entertainment and learning at the same time!

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4th Grade Thanksgiving Math Google Slides Game | Distance Learning

Review 4th grade multiplication with this fun Thanksgiving math game! Students can play individually, with a partner, small group, or with the entire class! This game is great for distance learning, and for math review or test prep. It can also be used during in person sessions.

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4th Grade Digital Math Christmas Division Activities | Distance Learning

This product works great for distance learning, or in a classroom. Engage your students with a fun math review game on Google Slides. Students will simply click and drag the correct answer to match the question. These are great for any occasion and can be a good reinforcement all year round!

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4th Grade Easter Digital Math Center and Activity Measurement Conversions

This is a fun, educational, and easy to learn digital activity. Provided in both a PowerPoint AND Google Slides format, it works with distance learning and in-classroom learning. Whether you are teaching in a virtual classroom or physical one, use this activity for a truly enjoyable yet productive lesson.

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Description

Digital activities are the perfect no-prep solution to your lessons! With this MEGA bundle, 7 seasonal digital math activity bundles are included! There are 35 different games to choose from! All the activities are digital, but can be used with virtual learning, or in the classroom. These products are great for test prep, math review, centers, rotations, partner work, homework, and more! Read below to see all that is included, and click on “Preview Included Products” under the cover to see the preview of each product included.

 

Various standards from all the math domains are reviewed. Read below to find out more.

 

October and Halloween Digital Math Activities:

This Halloween bundle is full of 5 different and engaging math digital activities! Use them for center time, bell work, partner work, review, and more! Students can use these at home with distance learning, or in the classroom!

 

These activities can used and played on any device. They are created in either Google Forms or Google Slides.

  • The math escape room is on Google Forms. Students will practice rounding, and addition and subtraction with whole numbers.
  • The Hidden Picture Tiles are on Google Slides. Students will practice rounding multi-digit whole numbers, adding multi-digit whole numbers, and subtracting multi-digit numbers.
  • The Halloween adding and subtracting review game is on Google Slides. Students will add and subtract with multi-digit whole numbers.
  • The Halloween Blackout is on Google Slides. It reviews rounding and comparing numbers.
  • The math facts games are on Google Slides. These games review multiplication and division facts 1-12. There is one game per fact, so 24 games total.

 

November and Thanksgiving Digital Math Activities:

This Thanksgiving bundle is full of 5 different and engaging math digital activities! Use them for center time, bell work, partner work, review, and more! Students can use these at home with distance learning, or in the classroom!

 

These activities can used and played on any device. They are created in either Google Forms or Google Slides.

  • The first math escape room is on Google Forms. Students will practice multiplication for 4th grade based on the Common Core standards.
  • The Hidden Picture Tiles are on Google Slides. Students will practice multiplication. There will be hidden pictures with multiplying 1-digit by up to 4-digits, and multiplying 2-digits by 2-digits.
  • The Thanksgiving Time for Dinner Math Review Game is on Google Slides. Students will practice basic multiplication with a whole number and up to 4 digits, and two two-digit numbers. Word problems are also included.
  • The Thanksgiving Blackout is on Google Slides. Students will review multiplication skills for 4th grade based on the Common Core. There is a mix of word problems included.
  • The Digital Interactive Math Escape is on Google Slides. In this game, there are 15 escape slides. Students are trying to help the turkeys escape Thanksgiving by finding them disguises to wear. Students will review multiplying one-digit by up to 4-digits, and multiplying 2 two-digit numbers.

 

 

December and Christmas Digital Math Activities:

This Christmas bundle is full of 5 different and engaging math digital activities! Use them for center time, bell work, partner work, review, and more! Students can use these at home with distance learning, or in the classroom!

 

These activities can be used and played on any device.

 

#1 Hidden Picture Tiles

This product works great for distance learning, or in a classroom. Engage your students with a fun math review game on Google Slides. Students will simply click and drag the correct answer to match the question. These are great for the Christmas and holiday season, and during the month of December. Students will practice division and finding whole-number quotients with up to four-digit dividends and one-digit divisors. Students will also practice finding factor pairs for whole numbers in the range of 1-100.

 

This activity is self-grading, because students will create a picture, if completed correctly. Don’t worry about copies, wasting printer ink, grading work, or students doing busy work with this meaningful Google Slides review exercise.

 

There are 15 secret pictures included. Assign them throughout the entire month of December!

 

These hidden pictures can be used on any device! They are completely digital, and created on Google Slides.

 

Make math fun with these engaging Christmas math activities. Perfect for center time, bell work, self-starters, early finishers, exit tickets, review, and so much more!

 

#2 Santa’s Math Workshop

Santa’s Workshop is a great way to engage your students with reviewing key math standards. This is perfect for distance learning with your virtual students, or for use in the classroom! Students will review multiplication and division word problems, multiplying a one-digit number by up to four-digits, multiplying two 2-digit numbers, and dividing with one divisor and up to 4 dividends. There are 4 games total.

 

This activity is very user-friendly, and your students will be able to pick it up quickly. The game is created in Google Slides. Students will not play this in “Present” mode.

 

Your class will love clicking the different images to play the games. The games are all hyperlinked together (similar to a virtual classroom!), and Santa’s Workshop is the beginning slide. Use these review activities for centers, rotations, bell work, exit tickets, test prep, homework, and more!

 

This game is on Google Slides and can be played on any device.

Technology Requirements:

  • A Google Drive account
  • If sharing with students, a Drive account that is linked to student Google accounts
  • Can be shared/delivered on Google Classroom
  • Only need access to Goggle Drive–no outside links to worry about!

 

#3 Digital Escape on Google Slides–Escape the Snow Globes!

This is a fun Google Slides escape room that reviews key concepts for 4th grade! Students will practice long division with up to 4-digit dividends and 1-digit divisors. There will be some questions with remainders. This is a fun Christmas math review activity. There are also some word problems included.

 

There are 15 escapes. Each escape has multiple questions on it. Students will click and drag number tiles, click and drag Christmas objects, put puzzles together, use the light on Rudolph’s nose to find missing questions, and more! This is very interactive and engaging. Not only is it educational, it is simple to figure out and play for students. Students can play individually, or with a partner or small group. Use it during school in class, for distance learning, as a center activity, or to review for a test. It is also a fun activity to use leading up to Christmas.

 

The game is provided in both a Google Slides and PowerPoint version!

 

Escape rooms are a great way to get students working together, solving problems, and reviewing concepts they have learned in class.

 

#4 That’s a Wrap!

Try this fun Christmas themed math game with your 4th grade students today! This game can be played virtually with distance learning, or in the classroom. Use it for centers, rotations, bell work, exit tickets, homework, test review, and more! Play as a whole class, in small groups, or even individually.

 

Students will practice long division with 1-digit divisors and up to 4-digit dividends. As students click on the presents, they will either find a happy or sad Santa. A happy Santa means they can continue on to the next question. A sad Santa means they must try again. This game is self-grading, because as students play, they will know right away if they got the answer correct or not.

 

An answer key and instructions to play are provided. This game is created in Google Slides. There are 25 questions, including some word problems.

 

The game is very user-friendly, and your students will be able to pick it up quickly. Students MUST play this in “Present” mode.

 

#5 Digital Escape on Google Forms–Escape Santa’s Workshop

*UPDATED WITH A SECOND DIGITAL OPTION THAT IS PERFECT FOR DISTANCE LEARNING. Now, there are two digital versions included! One without printables that is easy to assign for distance learning on Google Forms, and a second one on Google Forms that requires some printables to be used in the classroom. This no-prep digital escape room is a fun way to get your kids engaged in math. The game is for 4th grade, and focuses on division. Get your students excited to do math as they breakout and escape the snowed-in workshop!

 

Students will practice long division using the standard algorithm. Some answers will have remainders.

 

This game is digital and requires *almost* no prep! There is a secret decoder, secret message cards, and a spinner that must be printed out and hidden in the room. The rest of the game will be played digitally!

 

Technology Requirements:

  • A Google Drive account
  • If sharing with students, a Drive account that is linked to student Google accounts
  • Can be shared/delivered on Google Classroom
  • Only need access to Goggle Drive–no outside links to worry about!

This escape room can be used with iPads, chrome books, laptops, and desktops as long as your students have access to Google Drive or Classroom on a device. The escape room is on a Google Form. Students must answer the questions correctly to advance to the next section, and eventually escape.

 

Escape rooms are a great way to get students working together, solving problems, and reviewing concepts they have learned in class.

 

 

January and Winter Digital Math Activities:

This winter bundle is full of 5 different and engaging math digital activities! Use them for center time, bell work, partner work, review, and more! Students can use these at home with distance learning, or in the classroom!

 

These activities can be used and played on any device.

 

#1 Hidden Pictures

This product works great for distance learning, or in a classroom. Engage your students with a fun math review game on Google Slides. Students will simply click and drag the correct answer to match the question. These are great for the winter season. Students will practice comparing fractions, adding fractions, and subtracting fractions. All questions are based on 4th grade Common Core standards.

 

This activity is self-grading, because students will create a picture, if completed correctly. Don’t worry about copies, wasting printer ink, grading work, or students doing busy work with this meaningful Google Slides review exercise.

 

There are 15 secret pictures included. Assign them throughout the entire month of December!

 

These hidden pictures can be used on any device! They are completely digital, and created on Google Slides.

 

Make math fun with these engaging winter math activities. Perfect for center time, bell work, self-starters, early finishers, exit tickets, review, and so much more!

 

#2 Snowy Street Math Review

Snowy Street is a great way to engage your students, while reviewing key math standards. This is perfect for distance learning with your virtual students, or for use in the classroom! Students will review factors and multiples, prime and composite numbers, and multiplication word problems. All questions are based on 4th grade Common Core standards. There are 4 games total.

 

This game is very user-friendly, and your students will be able to pick it up quickly. The game is created in Google Slides. Students will not play this in “Present” mode.

 

Your class will love clicking the different images to play the games. The games are all hyperlinked together (similar to a virtual classroom!), and Snowy Street is the beginning slide. Use these review activities for centers, rotations, bell work, exit tickets, test prep, homework, and more!

 

This game is on Google Slides and can be played on any device.

Technology Requirements:

  • A Google Drive account
  • If sharing with students, a Drive account that is linked to student Google accounts
  • Can be shared/delivered on Google Classroom
  • Only need access to Goggle Drive–no outside links to worry about!

 

#3 Math Decoding

This is a fun, educational, and easy to learn digital activity. Provided in both a PowerPoint AND Google Slides format, it works with distance learning and in-classroom learning. Whether you are teaching in a virtual classroom or physical one, use these math decoding slides to reinforce multiplication and division skills. The questions are all based on Common Core standards for 4th grade. Word problems are also included.

 

With this activity, students will drag and drop the numbers to decode the secret numbers. Then, they will drag and drop the numbers to form their answers. This game is to be played in edit mode, not presentation mode. These slides can be used on any device.

 

Make math fun with this engaging winter math activity. It is perfect for center time, bell work, self-starts, early finishers, exit tickets. math review, test prep, and more!

 

#4 Do You Want to Build a Snowman? Math Review Game

Try this fun snowman winter themed math game with your 4th grade students today! This game can be played virtually with distance learning, or in the classroom. Use it for centers, rotations, bell work, exit tickets, homework, test review, and more! Play as a whole class, in small groups, or even individually.

 

Students will practice identifying prime and composite numbers, as well as determining multiples and factors. As students click on the snowmen, they will either find a pile of snowballs or a finished snowman. A finished snowman means they can continue on to the next question. A pile of snowballs means they must try again. This game is self-grading, because as students play, they will know right away if they got the answer correct or not.

 

An answer key and instructions to play are provided. This game is created in Google Slides. There are 25 questions included.

 

The game is very user-friendly, and your students will be able to pick it up quickly. Students MUST play this in “Present” mode.

 

#5 Digital Snowman Escape on Google Forms

*UPDATED WITH A SECOND DIGITAL OPTION THAT IS PERFECT FOR DISTANCE LEARNING. Now, there are two digital versions included! One without printables that is easy to assign for distance learning on Google Forms, and a second one on Google Forms that requires some printables to be used in the classroom. This no-prep digital escape room is a fun way to get your kids engaged in math. The game is for 4th grade, and focuses on factors, multiples, and prime &amp, composite numbers. Get your students excited to do math as they breakout and save the melting snowmen!

 

This game is digital and requires *almost* no prep! There is a secret decoder, secret message cards, and a spinner that must be printed out and hidden in the room. The rest of the game will be played digitally!

 

Technology Requirements:

  • A Google Drive account
  • If sharing with students, a Drive account that is linked to student Google accounts
  • Can be shared/delivered on Google Classroom
  • Only need access to Goggle Drive–no outside links to worry about!

This escape room can be used with iPads, chrome books, laptops, and desktops as long as your students have access to Google Drive or Classroom on a device. The escape room is on a Google Form. Students must answer the questions correctly to advance to the next section, and eventually escape.

 

Escape rooms are a great way to get students working together, solving problems, and reviewing concepts they have learned in class.

 

February and Valentine’s Day Digital Math Activities:

This bundle of math games is full of 5 different and engaging math digital activities. Use them for center time, bell work, partner work, review, and more! Students can use these at home with distance learning, or in the classroom!

 

#1 Digital Escape Room on Google Slides

 

This is a fun Google Slides escape room that reviews key concepts for 4th grade! Students will practice comparing fractions, finding equivalent fractions, and adding and subtracting fractions. Mixed numbers are included. Your class will enjoy the lovebug theme. Use it with your virtual or in-person class.

 

There are 15 escapes. Students will click and drag number tiles, click and drag Valentine objects, put puzzles together, use a magnifying glass, and more! This is very interactive and engaging. Not only is it educational, it is simple to figure out and play for students. Students can play individually, with a partner, or small group. Use it during school in class, for distance learning, as a center activity, or to review for a test. Your students will be begging for more once they play!

 

The game is provided in both a Google Slides and PowerPoint format!

 

Escape rooms are a great way to get students working together, solving problems, and reviewing concepts they have learned in class.

 

#2 Hidden Picture Tiles

 

This product works great for distance learning, or in a classroom. Engage your students with a fun math review game on Google Slides. Students will simply click and drag the correct answer to match the question. These are great for the month of February and Valentine’s season. Students will practice multiplying fractions by whole numbers, as well as comparing decimals and writing decimals as fractions. All questions are based on 4th grade Common Core standards.

 

This activity is self-grading, because students will create a picture, if completed correctly. Don’t worry about copies, wasting printer ink, grading work, or students doing busy work with this meaningful Google Slides review exercise.

 

There are 15 secret pictures included. Assign them throughout the entire month of February!

 

These hidden pictures can be used on any device! They are completely digital, and created on Google Slides.

 

Make math fun with these engaging winter math activities. Perfect for center time, bell work, self-starters, early finishers, exit tickets, review, and so much more!

 

#3 Math Decoding

 

This is a fun, educational, and easy to learn digital activity. Provided in both a PowerPoint AND Google Slides format, it works with distance learning and in-classroom learning. Whether you are teaching in a virtual classroom or physical one, use these math decoding slides to reinforce 4th grade fraction skills. Students will practice comparing fractions and finding equivalent fractions. The questions are all based on Common Core standards for 4th grade. Word problems are also included.

 

With this activity, students will drag and drop the numbers to decode the secret numbers. Then, they will drag and drop the numbers to form their answers. This game is to be played in edit mode, not presentation mode. These slides can be used on any device.

 

Make math fun with this engaging winter math activity. It is perfect for center time, bell work, self-starts, early finishers, exit tickets. math review, test prep, and more!

 

#4 You’ve Got Mail

 

Try this fun Valentine’s Day themed math game with your 4th grade students today! Created in Google Slides, it is a no-prep activity. This game can be played virtually with distance learning, or in the classroom. Use it for centers, rotations, bell work, exit tickets, homework, test review, and more! Play as a whole class, in small groups, or even individually.

 

Students will practice comparing fractions and finding equivalent fractions. As students click on the mail, they will either find a valentine card or an X mark. A valentine card means they can continue on to the next question. An X means they must try again. This game is self-grading, because as students play, they will know right away if they got the answer correct or not.

 

An answer key and instructions to play are provided. This game is created in Google Slides. There are 25 questions included.

 

The game is very user-friendly, and your students will be able to pick it up quickly. Students MUST play this in “Present” mode.

 

#5 Digital Escape Room on Google Forms

 

*UPDATED WITH A SECOND DIGITAL OPTION THAT IS PERFECT FOR DISTANCE LEARNING. Now, there are two digital versions included! One without printables that is easy to assign for distance learning on Google Forms, and a second one on Google Forms that requires some printables to be used in the classroom. This digital escape room is a fun way to get your kids engaged in math. The game is for 4th grade, and focuses on comparing, ordering fractions, and equivalent fractions. Get your students excited to do math as they breakout and escape the love bugs!

 

This game is digital and requires *almost* no prep! There are 2 secret messages, a secret code, a secret decoder, and some love bugs that must be printed out and hidden in the room. The rest of the game will be played digitally!

 

Technology Requirements:

  • A Google Drive account
  • If sharing with students, a Drive account that is linked to student Google accounts
  • Can be shared/delivered on Google Classroom
  • Only need access to Goggle Drive–no outside links to worry about!

 

This escape room can be used with iPads, chrome books, laptops, and desktops as long as your students have access to Google Drive or Classroom on a device. The escape room is on a Google Form. Students must answer the questions correctly to advance to the next section, and eventually escape.

 

Escape rooms are a great way to get students working together, solving problems, and reviewing concepts they have learned in class.

 

March and St. Patrick’s Day Digital Math Activities:

This bundle of math games is full of 5 different and engaging math digital activities. Use them for center time, bell work, partner work, review, and more! Students can use these at home with distance learning, or in the classroom!

 

#1 Digital Escape Room on Google Slides

This is a fun Google Slides escape room that reviews key concepts for 4th grade! Students will practice identifying lines, line segments and angles. Students will also practice measuring angles with a protractor. Your class will enjoy the leprechaun theme. Use it with your virtual or in-person class. Great for the month of March and leading up to St. Patrick’s Day.

There are 18 escapes. Students will click and drag number tiles, click and drag Valentine objects, put puzzles together, use a magnifying glass, and more! This is very interactive and engaging. Not only is it educational, it is simple to figure out and play for students. Students can play individually, with a partner, or small group. Use it during school in class, for distance learning, as a center activity, or to review for a test. Your students will be begging for more once they play!

The game is provided in both a Google Slides and PowerPoint format!

Escape rooms are a great way to get students working together, solving problems, and reviewing concepts they have learned in class.

 

#2 Hidden Picture Tiles

This product works great for distance learning, or in a classroom. Engage your students with a fun math review game on Google Slides. Students will simply click and drag the correct answer to match the question. These are great for the month of March and the days leading up to St. Patrick’s Day. Students will practice multiplying and dividing fractions.

 

This activity is self-grading, because students will create a picture, if completed correctly. Don’t worry about copies, wasting printer ink, grading work, or students doing busy work with this meaningful Google Slides review exercise.

 

There are 14 secret pictures included. Assign them throughout the entire month of March!

 

These hidden pictures can be used on any device! They are completely digital, and created on Google Slides.

 

Make math fun with these engaging St. Patrick’s Day math activities. Perfect for center time, bell work, self-starters, early finishers, exit tickets, review, and so much more!

 

#3 Math Decoding

This is a fun, educational, and easy to learn digital activity. Provided in both a PowerPoint AND Google Slides format, it works with distance learning and in-classroom learning. Whether you are teaching in a virtual classroom or physical one, use these math decoding slides to reinforce measuring angles. The questions are all based on Common Core standards for 4th grade.

 

These are perfect for the month of March and leading up to St. Patrick’s Day. With this activity, students will drag and drop the numbers to decode the secret times. This game is to be played in edit mode, not presentation mode. These slides can be used on any device.

 

Make math fun with this engaging St. Patrick’s Day themed math activity. It is perfect for center time, bell work, self-starts, early finishers, exit tickets. math review, test prep, and more!

 

#4 Find the Gold Review Game

Try this fun St. Patrick’s Day themed math game with your 4th grade students today! Created in Google Slides, it is a no-prep activity. This game can be played virtually with distance learning, or in the classroom. Use it for centers, rotations, bell work, exit tickets, homework, test review, and more! Play as a whole class, in small groups, or even individually.

 

Students will practice angle measurements. As students click on the pots, they will either find a leprechaun with gold or without gold. A leprechaun with gold means they can continue on to the next question. An leprechaun without gold means they must try again. This game is self-grading, because as students play, they will know right away if they got the answer correct or not.

 

An answer key and instructions to play are provided. This game is created in Google Slides. There are 25 questions included.

 

The game is very user-friendly, and your students will be able to pick it up quickly. Students MUST play this in “Present” mode.

 

#5 Escape Room on Google Forms

*UPDATED WITH A SECOND DIGITAL OPTION THAT IS PERFECT FOR DISTANCE LEARNING. Now, there are two digital versions included! One without printables that is easy to assign for distance learning on Google Forms, and a second one on Google Forms that requires some printables to be used in the classroom. This no-prep digital escape room is a fun way to get your kids engaged in math. The game is for 4th grade, and focuses on adding, subtracting, and multiplying fractions. Get your students excited to do math as they try and beat the leprechaun to the pot of gold!

 

This game is digital and requires *almost* no prep! There are 4 secret messages, a Morse code, and a hidden picture card that must be printed out and hidden in the room. The rest of the game will be played digitally!

 

Technology Requirements:

  • A Google Drive account
  • If sharing with students, a Drive account that is linked to student Google accounts
  • Can be shared/delivered on Google Classroom
  • Only need access to Google Drive–no outside links to worry about!

This escape room can be used with iPads, chrome books, laptops, and desktops as long as your students have access to Google Drive or Classroom on a device. The escape room is on a Google Form. Students must answer the questions correctly to advance to the next section, and eventually escape.

 

Escape rooms are a great way to get students working together, solving problems, and reviewing concepts they have learned in class.

 

April and Easter Digital Math Activities:

#1 Digital Math Escape Room on Google Slides or PowerPoint

This is a fun Google Slides escape room that reviews key concepts for 4th grade! Students will practice finding the perimeter of rectangles, finding the unknown side length of a shape, and finding the area of rectangles. Your class will enjoy the bunny and Easter egg theme. Use it with your virtual or in-person class. Great for the month of March or April, and leading up to Easter.

 

There are 15 escapes. Students will click and drag number tiles, click and drag Valentine objects, put puzzles together, use a magnifying glass, and more! This is very interactive and engaging. Not only is it educational, it is simple to figure out and play for students. Students can play individually, with a partner, or small group. Use it during school in class, for distance learning, as a center activity, or to review for a test. Your students will be begging for more once they play!

 

The game is provided in both a Google Slides and PowerPoint format!

 

Escape rooms are a great way to get students working together, solving problems, and reviewing concepts they have learned in class.

 

#2 Hidden Picture Tiles

This product works great for distance learning, or in a classroom. Engage your students with a fun math review game on Google Slides. Students will simply click and drag the correct answer to match the question. These are great for the months of March and April, as well as leading up to Easter. Students will review key standards taught in 4th grade. The Common Core was referenced when creating this game. The concepts focused on include measurement conversions between customary units of measure and the metric system, finding the area and perimeter of rectangles, and word problems using measurement.

 

This activity is self-grading, because students will create a picture, if completed correctly. Don’t worry about copies, wasting printer ink, grading work, or students doing busy work with this meaningful Google Slides review exercise.

 

There are 15 secret pictures included. Assign them throughout the the entire month.

 

These hidden pictures can be used on any device! They are completely digital, and created on Google Slides.

 

Make math fun with these engaging Spring and Easter themed math activities. Perfect for center time, bell work, self-starters, early finishers, exit tickets, review, and so much more!

 

#3 Math Decoding

This is a fun, educational, and easy to learn digital activity. Provided in both a PowerPoint AND Google Slides format, it works with distance learning and in-classroom learning. Whether you are teaching in a virtual classroom or physical one, use these math decoding slides to reinforce measurement conversions with your students. Both customary units of measure and the metric system are included. The questions are all based on Common Core standards for 4th grade.

 

These are perfect for the month of March or April and leading up to Easter. With this activity, students will drag and drop the numbers to decode the secret times. This game is to be played in edit mode, not presentation mode. These slides can be used on any device.

 

Make math fun with this engaging Easter themed math activity. It is perfect for center time, bell work, self-starts, early finishers, exit tickets. math review, test prep, and more!

 

#4 Saving Easter Math Review Game

Try this fun Easter themed math game with your 4th grade students today! Created in Google Slides, it is a no-prep activity. This game can be played virtually with distance learning, or in the classroom. Use it for centers, rotations, bell work, exit tickets, homework, test review, and more! Play as a whole class, in small groups, or even individually.

 

Students will practice converting measurements. Word problems are included. As students click on the bunnies, they will either find a basket with eggs, or an empty basket. A basket with eggs means they can continue on to the next question. An basket with no eggs means they must try again. This game is self-grading, because as students play, they will know right away if they got the answer correct or not.

 

An answer key and instructions to play are provided. This game is created in Google Slides. There are 25 questions included.

 

The game is very user-friendly, and your students will be able to pick it up quickly. Students MUST play this in “Present” mode.

 

#5 Spring Math Escape Room on Google Slides

*UPDATED WITH A SECOND DIGITAL OPTION THAT IS PERFECT FOR DISTANCE LEARNING. Now, there are two digital versions included! One without printables that is easy to assign for distance learning on Google Forms, and a second one on Google Forms that requires some printables to be used in the classroom. This digital escape room is a fun way to get your kids engaged in math. The game is for 4th grade, and focuses on converting measurements. Get your students excited to do math as they try and save the animals from the approaching storm on the farm!

 

This game is digital and requires *almost* no prep! There is a secret decoder, 2 spinners, a mystery math page, and an emoji code that must be printed out and hidden in the room. The rest of the game will be played digitally!

 

Technology Requirements:

  • A Google Drive account
  • If sharing with students, a Drive account that is linked to student Google accounts
  • Can be shared/delivered on Google Classroom
  • Only need access to Google Drive–no outside links to worry about!

This escape room can be used with iPads, chrome books, laptops, and desktops as long as your students have access to Google Drive or Classroom on a device. The escape room is on a Google Form. Students must answer the questions correctly to advance to the next section, and eventually escape.

 

Escape rooms are a great way to get students working together, solving problems, and reviewing concepts they have learned in class.

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