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6 activities to practice fractions on a number line - download free printable math centers to review fractions on a number line with your students, fun math centers to review fractions on a number line

6 Activities to Practice Fractions on a Number Line

In this blog post I will go over the third grade common core math standards 3.NF.2 & 3.NF.3 and provide you with activities you can use with your students. These activities also work well for students who need remediation in 4th and 5th grade. Number & Operations – Fractions // 3.NF.2 I can partition a number line into

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Download 5 free Multiplication Practice Games, Free Multiplication printables for math centers, Fact Fluency math games

7 activities to practice multiplication

The resources in this blog post are a perfect fit for the third grade classroom. You may use them as early finishers or math centers for students to practice their fact fluency. Fill out the form located at the bottom of this post to receive the free printables! 1. Multiplication – Dot Math I made

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7 activities to review area - download free printable math centers to review area with your students, fun math centers to review area

7 activities to review AREA

In this blog post I will go over the third grade common core math standards 3.MD.5 – 3.MD.6 and provide you with activities you can use with your students. Measurement & Data // 3.MD.5 & 3.MD.6 I understand that the area of a plane shape can be measured in square units. I can measure area

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Save time with digital math centers. Use interactive digital slides during math workshop block. They make the perfect technology center. These math centers cover all math standards.

Why You Should Use Digital Math Centers

I know exactly how you feel. You have a million things to do, and you can’t imagine adding one more thing to your to-do list. You tell yourself that one day you’ll make time to learn all about these digital resources. Just not today. That was me … for about 2 years.  What changed? There

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set up weekly test folders - free printables to set up daily take home folders - upper elementary weekly behavior report template for free

Weekly Test Folders

I think it’s very important to have a folder specifically for weekly tests and a behavior report. Having a test folder prevents important papers from getting mixed up with daily work or homework. Enjoy the free printables! WEEKLY TESTS As soon as I finished graded weekly tests, I would file them in the green hanging

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Math Workshop - How to decided if you want to manage 3 or 4 math groups

Time to Decide: Three or Four Math Groups

Let’s take a look at different ways you can organize your math workshop block. The three versions below are just examples. You can always modify and come up with your own. Three Groups (start here) Four Groups (good for skill groups) Extra Choice (24+ students) THREE GROUPS Below I will write about two ways that

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What you need to know before starting guided math, how to start math workshop

What you need to know before you start Guided Math

You want to start guided math next year, but don’t know where to start? Let me do my best to share with you some tips to get you started. What is guided math? To me, guided math is teaching students in small groups. The small groups are organized by ability, so I am able to

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5 reasons why math groups don't work, and how you can avoid these mistakes

5 Reasons Why Math Groups Don’t Work

Many teachers have tried teaching using small groups. However, they think that math groups are too complicated and tend of quit before Thanksgiving comes around. Their math groups may not have been successful, because they really weren’t teaching guided math. Guided math is more than just putting up a cute rotations board and grouping students.

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telling time resources, telling time math games and activities, beginner telling time centers, free time assessments, free time to the hour quiz

Teaching Time – Level 1: Resources for Beginners

Telling time is a difficult skill for second and third graders. When students get to third grade, teachers will focus on telling time to the minute and solving elapsed time problems. To complete these challenging tasks, students need to have mastered the basics of time. Below is a list of ideas and resources you can use

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