4th Grade  Skill Builders All areas of learning

4th grade Skill Builders-Interactive Sites
updated 10/2011

This web page consists of skills that do not necessary fall into any one standard.   You may find the same web page on different grade levels.  I will update with more websites as often as I can.

This website will allow the teacher and student to explore many different areas of learning.


Teaching resources area where you can access a range of teaching and learning materials. By selecting a Key Stage (age range) and then a subject you will be able to browse through the available resources and select those that are of interest.


Try out this award-winning collection of math games.  You must view this entire website to fully engage your students. (Games-Videos-Word Problems-Much more).


Interactive lessons between Classrooms and or Schools.  You will discover (Spelling-Patterns-Geography-Money) this is a must see site for the 21 Century teacher.  4 Star

This website covers quite a few examples for Math and also Language arts.
4 Star

  1. ABCya Where Education meets Technology.  Super site covering may areas of learning.  4 Star
  2. General Math - Web Page with Examples
  3. Multiplication and division  Save the apples game
  4. Multiplication game
  5. Division game
  6. Different levels of Math These sites allow you to cover many different topics
  7. Math - K
  8. Math - 1
  9. Math - 2
  10. Math - 3
  11. Math - 4
  1. Many Math Areas You will discover quite a few examples for your interactive board.  4 Star
  2. Math Builder  - by state standards
  3. Hooda Math   -  You will discover that this site has quite a bit to offer ( Games - Cartoons - Tutorials - Movies  - Worksheets)   4 star
  4. Academic skill Builders  (Math - Language Arts -  Geography)
  5. Professor Garfield's web portal.  Great website that covers it all.  Lots of fun and educational.  4 star
  6. Solving for Angles    Very good examples are given in this website.
  7. Solving for shapes  Nets.   Very good examples are give super to LCD projectors
  8. Video and examples of angles  Teaching angles.
  9. Twizzle  A game using logic and geometry.  
  10. Cool-Math-4 Kids-Games   This website is loaded with math games.
  11. Geometry tool box.   This tool box will allow you to explore using a compass and ruler.   It has many outstanding qualities that may be used for teaching students.  If you have an LCD projector this website is for you.  4 Star
  12. Websites 3 - 6  Student  Interactive sites
  13. I know that     This is a great site for math  4 Star
  14. ThinkFinity   This site will show students many different levels and areas of learning. 4 star
  15. Sudoku  This a website on line that will allow you to work the puzzle on the computer.  4 Star
  16. Math Game Page   This is a truly super webpage that will allow students to play interactive games and learn at the same time. *
  17. Hidden Pictures    Click on this site to allow your students to find many hidden and different pictures.  You may also printout a hard copy.  This is quite fun!  4 Star
  18. Place Value Pirates - Find the buried treasure of Sir Francis Place Value by using their place value skills to destroy his horrid band of place value pirates
  19. Patterns for Solid Figures - Complete to make a cube figure
  20. Houghton Mifflin Fourth Grade Review - Test Prep Practice categorized by Chapters in their textbook
  21. Brain Teasers - critical thinking skills
  22. SOL Resources
  23. Room 108  This website is loaded with over 400 outstanding games for learning.  The teacher should first go to this site prior to student to know best where ever thing is.  This site covers Math, Science, Social Studies and Language Arts.  So I placed it here.
  24. Sudoku  Power Point  Down load this power point to allow your students to play the game.
  25. Critical thinking word problems   Nice site that will allow you to work on problems.
  26. Math Mayhem  This is an exciting game where you compete against other people on line.  Choose (Addition, Subtraction, Multiply or Division) Super website.  4 Star
  27. Spacey Math  A fast paced arcade-style math game designed to make the drill of practicing math facts more fun. It is divided into addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division with each section being multi-level.  4 Star
  28. My learning Train   Interesting site that will allow the students to discover many different areas of learning.
  29. Monk  TV series game  This site allows students to practice using the muse and work the computer.
  30. Math and Grammar Jingles   Many different songs for Math and Grammar
  31. Chess compete against the computer at many different levels  4 Star
  32. Your Number's up! This is a four player game (5 if someone is in charge of the mouse). Made completely by Callum, Jennifer, James, Alex, Pieran (playtested.. to death... by Jonathan!) TOTALLY AWESOME EXCITEMENT!
  33. Your Number's up - EASY VERSION! This is an easier four player version of our game. We made the numbers smaller.
  34. Train Builder (Truly a fun way to play with trains)  Brings out the little boy in us.   I am sure every boy from 6 to 55 will love this site.   5 Star
  35. 3 D shapes to printout  Great site
  36. Tessellations  Create on line
Social Studies
  1. American Rhetoric  America's top 100 speeches.  Very good site
  2. Maps and live videos of Earth.    This webpage will be updated as required to allow your students to view the world as we know it today.  You will be pleasantly surprised at how informative and accurate this web page is.
  3. The following videos are exceptional, and will present the Pledge of Allegiance in detail and the American Flag.  The videos may require that you download them ahead of time for best viewing depending on your computer system.  

    If you wish to download place the mouse over the video and right click the mouse and then (Save Target As).   We wish to thank the United States Marine Corps, Annapolis Naval Academy, Eric Montgomery and Bobby Doyle for making these videos possible.  The first video is in memory of Eric's brother Brian Montgomery United States Marine Corps, who was killed in action while serving in Iraq.

    1.   Video Pledge of Allegiance Each line is explained in this
              video.  The video is presented by U.S. Marine Lance Corporal  Eric  Montgomery (wmv)

    This next video explains the Symbol for the United States the American Flag.   The video is presented by Lt. Robert Doyle United States Marine Corps.  

    2.     Video  The American Flag  presented by Lt. Robert Doyle United States Marine Corps.  


  4. Social Studies Review   Play the game
  5. Believe in me   Career site for kids ( Use this to work with students to determine what they want to be when they grow up. )
  6. This is an unbelievable website.  You may login as a visitor and explore many ideas and features.  This is truly a
    5 star site  you must view to appreciate. 
          a.  Click on Enter
          b.  Click Just want to visit
          c.  Click come in and look around visit

  7. The Children's museum - Fun site with many different educational activities for kids.
  8. Meet Me at the Corner  MEET ME AT THE CORNER, Virtual Field Trips for Kids takes you to meet fascinating people from all over the world.   4  Star
  9. Building a City    You can design any city you like from different ages.
  1. Invention at Play   This site will allow you and the student to use your imagination. 
  2. Wonderville - 3D  This is a great site.  Very engaged learning Note: This site has heavy technology prerequisites. 4 Star
  3. Fact Monster   This website is updated everyday and it is interactive in many areas of learning.
  4. Scientific Website many excellent links.
  5. Wooster Science center  You will find many different areas of science on this website.
  6. Health and Fitness  This site will allow you to find many wonderful concepts in health.  A must for all students and teachers.  Huge Paradigm shift here.  
  7. Many different games...  This site will allow you to travel and do many different areas of learning.  OUTSTANDING for all standards  
  8. Save the Earth  Discover many different habitat areas of the world.
  9. The wonder of Earth   Discover many interesting places on Earth.
Language Arts  
Each link below has many examples listed for each area of study
Analogies Synonyms
Antonyms Homophones
Vocabulary Reading Comp
Language Arts Spelling


  1. Reading Planet   You may use this website to allow your students to create and printout their own books.  There are many different levels.  You will be amazed at how much your student can create from this website. 
  2. Game Goo   This site allows students to explore ideas and concepts involving the English Language.  4 star
  3. Fun Brain     This website consists of a serious of games that students may play at all levels.
  4. Spelling Words.  This is a fun site that will allow the student to learn how to spell and check the spelling very well done.
  5. Treasurer of Literature  Another great site to learn new words and places.  
  6. Hangman Game  You will enjoy this as it is fun to do.
  7. Spelling Time    This is a great site to allow your students to take on a whole new meaning of learning how to spell. Earobics  This web page will allow the student to discover many new ways to learn and have fun at the same time.
  8. Spiderman in Amazing Adventures an activity book for children K-6. Part of the READ*WRITE*NOW! campaign.
  9. Comic Strip Builder Student Interactive    You will be able to create your own comic strip using this website.   You may take this lesson to many different levels depending on what you are learning.
  10. Don't use said A great teaching resource for looking at alternatives to the word 'said' in written work.
  1. Harcourt school publishers    You will discover art illustrations and learning by using a form or Art from paintings to architecture and beyond.  This site is broken down by grades.
  2. Details: Additive Colors  Control red, green, and blue spotlights (primary colors or RGB). Observe the additive colors as the spotlights overlap
  3. ArtPad is a fun flash-based art activity that students may use to create imaginative art and add a frame to display it in a gallery.

  4. NGA Kids    Adventures with art and activities for kids.

  5. On Line Etch a sketch  This website will allow you to draw on line using the etch a sketch tool.

  6. Tux Paint    This presents students with a blank canvas and an array of drawing tools to help them be creative.  This open-source drawing software includes an easy -to-use interface, fun sound effects and an encouraging cartoon mascot who guides children as they use the program.

  7. Shidonni   This is a software program that would be beneficial if the teacher or class would log in and create an animal (Pet)  and background.  It comes alive and you can play with what you drew. It is free but you need to create an account.  Try it you may find it has many uses.

  8. Create your own Cartoon    This program will allow you to create a story on the computer  You may printout what ever you create.

  9. Still Life Composer   NGA Kids Still Life Composer helps you to create pictures that are similar to the paintings of famous painters. Experiment with different effects, mixing everyday objects with items borrowed from famous works of art. You can print out your composition.