For kids with learning and attention issues, the challenges of fourth grade can be particularly daunting.
The increased expectation of independence and self-reliance makes organization skills and time management key.
Book reports are a thing of the past, and it's time to be innovative and try some book activities that your students will enjoy.
The activities below will reinforce and enhance what your students are currently reading.
Graphic organizers for math could be helpful for these students.
So can math instruction that uses a multisensory approach.Amanda Morin worked as a classroom teacher and as an early intervention specialist for 10 years.She is the author of The Everything Parent’s Guide to Special Education. They’re asked to estimate and predict based on more complex information.They also start learning more advanced concepts in geometry, such as lines and angles.He’s expected to know what the article or text was about and draw conclusions from it.For example, after reading about an invention, your child has to know how to explain what the invention does.In fourth grade, math instruction includes more abstract concepts.For example, kids begin working with decimals (1.5 0.5) and working on long division (650 divided by 13).Here’s a closer look at some of the learning challenges kids with learning and attention issues may face during fourth grade. They may also read text-heavy websites and online materials.In the early years of elementary school, there’s a lot of effort devoted to teaching kids to read, using picture books, chapter books, and lots of in-class instruction. Classwork and homework both require kids to be adept readers.