Welcome to the resource page for review! Whether you are a student or parents, there are a few things you should know before you start reviewing. 1. These resources are not created by me. They are only things I have found online that may be helpful for review or re-teaching. If they do not work on a certain device or there is some other problem, it is unfortunately, not something I will be able to help you with.
2. You/your student received a slip of paper in their report card envelope that shows which standards they need to review. Please read the sheet of paper that is attached to it for more clarification.
3. You/your student are welcome to review more than the standards listed on your sheet; however, Mrs. Mosteller specifically picked those standards for you because it is what your grades show you need to practice before EOG's.
4. What is written on your sheet is very minimal. Look for a title or standard number that is written on your sheet and then match it with a resource on this page. If you want to learn more about what standard you/your student needs to work on, visit the parents page of my website and go to the Common Core Standards link to read the entire standard(s).
5. Every student had on their sheet to "Work on Stamina". This just means to practice reading in increasing amounts of time. When they have the EOG they will be reading informational as well as literature texts for a loooong period of time. :( As much as that seems like torture, we want to prepare them for it so it isn't so torturous.
5. You/your student should not be reviewing or working on this all day. This is your track out and you should be playing and relaxing. You should review for about 20-30 minutes a day when you can. And of course....read!
Read Works - Read Works is a great resource. You can search for passages which also come with comprehension questions. You can login with my information. (Username: firstname.lastname@example.org and Password: harriscreek) Simply login --> across the top there are 5 blue tabs to pick from. Put your mouse over "Passages" and 3 more choices will appear. Click "Get Reading Passages". It will take you to a page where you can search for passages in many different ways. I suggest going to the far right and clicking "Skill/Strategy". Pick what skill you/your student should practice. You can also click the first option which combines several skills in one passage.
Learn Zillion - This is a resource that is great for re-teaching. So if a student was absent, or just completely forgot something then they can go here for a lesson as well as practice. As a student or parent you will need to make your own login, but it is free! I highly suggest having a Learn Zillion account as it can be extremely helpful. When you login on the top left there will be three choices on a blue bar. Click Language Arts. In a box you can browse through some ELA topics. Click the link that says "All English Language Arts". You will be take to a page where lessons are shown and the standards are listed. However, on the far left you can enter the standard you want to work on (ex: RL.4.1 for key details) and it will pull up anything that involves that standard.
K12-Reader - This resource is wonderful as well. As far as I know, you do not need a login. When you get into the website look on the far left side. Scroll all the way down the page and see what you can choose from. You can pick something that way or you can look at the blue box across the top that says "Browse Worksheets". Underneath it there are options. You can try any of them but I recommend clicking CCSS (common core state standards). Scroll down to the 4th grade sections and click it. Then it breaks it down by different types of reading. You will either want Informational or Text or Literature, or both! Click the worksheet you choose based on the standards listed in the preview!
Learn Zillion - This is the BEST resource for math because it re-teaches lessons. Again, just like in reading, you will need to create a login but it is free. Up at the top blue box click "Math". You can browse the topics or click "All math". Once you have chosen "All math" on the far left, scroll down and enter the standard you/your student needs to practice. Then find the lesson that teaches that standard. Have your student watch it as many times as needed.
Study Jams - The downside of this is that you cannot search by standard. However, it is free, you don't need a login, and it is pretty easy to find what you are looking for. When you login in you will see a menu bar with 3 options: Home, Math, Science. Click Math. Then click the "All Topics" drop-down box. Pick the category you or your student needs to focus on. Then scroll down and you can see the more specific categories within the option you clicked. For example, if in the "All Topics" box I click "Numbers" and scroll down, it takes me to a place where I can pick from 6 more specific categories. Click a category and then there is an option for a step-by-step lesson as well as a quiz when you/your student has finished the lesson.
Common Core Sheets - This website has A TON of worksheets for any standard in math. Like, seriously. A TON of worksheets. I recommend this resource for students who just need to practice a certain skill instead of re-learning it. Go to studyjams or learnzillion for re-learning. This resource is fabulous for practice. When you get to the website look on the left-hand side. You can choose from any of those categories. Then you would scroll down the page it takes you to until you see sheets that are for 4th grade. THEN there are several different versions of each type of sheet for lots of practice! Select a version and it creates a PDF (which comes with an answer key) that you can print out or just have your student look at. Printing it out and having your student write their answer on the corresponding line makes checking it very easy for parents.