4th Grade

4th grade

Updated 9-8-19

Be sure to click headings to get more websites on the theme

Animals

Art

Biomes

CA History

  1. CA History Overview
  2. CA Tribe Map
  3. Golden Gate Bridge
  4. Historical Fiction List

CA Missions

Culture

Ecology

Economics

  1. Coffee shop–economics
  2. Everfi.com–finances for K-12
  3. Hands on Banking for Kids
  4. Stock Market Game

Geography

Globe

Gold Rush

  1. Gold Rush
  2. Gold Rush: Untold Stories
  3. San Francisco Virtual Museum
  1. First Thanksgiving
  2. 12 Days of Christmas

Human Body

  1. Health Games—BrainPop
  2. Virtual weather, machines and surgery

Keyboarding

Language Arts

  1. Grammaropolis
  2. Thinking Skills–Riddles

Logical Thinking

  1. Design Squad Thinking Games

Math

Matter and Energy

  1. Bill Nye, the Science Guy
  2. Simple machines
  3. States of Matter Game

Miscellaneous

Music

  1. Soundation–Make music

Natural Disasters

News

Plants

  1. Plant games

Poetry

Research

Rocks and minerals

  1. Rocks

Sacramento

  1. CA State Capitol Museum
  2. CA State Capitol
  3. Virtual Capitol
  4. Sacramento Capitol Info
  1. Spanish resources

Technology

USA

  1. All About America
  2. USA Games
  3. USA Puzzle
  4. US History Map Game

Writing

  1. IFakeText.com—looks like a text chat

Word Study

 

8 Comments

8 thoughts on “4th Grade

  1. Pingback: Great Websites Updated! « Ask a Tech Teacher

  2. CHRIS

    THIS IS COOL

  3. Thanks, Jacqui. I just linked this to my classroom Edmodo group so that my students from the 2012-2013 school year can check them out.

    • Excellent. I update about once a year, and am due soon. I think the categories under ‘great websites’ are helpful also.

      It was fun hanging out with you. You are a model for all classroom teachers.

  4. This is cool !

  5. Please consider adding http://www.californiamissionguide.com/ to your mission resources. It has information on each mission, presidio, and assistencia, resources for teachers, and an animated mission map that shows the missions in the order in which they were built.

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