In this blog post I will share with you 3 word problems you can use with your students when introducing fraction equivalence. Put away those manipulatives for this lesson. Students will only need their pencil and paper 🙂 Practice Problem #1: Whole-Group Instruction These word problems are perfect as a whole group introduction to equivalent
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Are you ready to introduce elapsed time to your students? If you feel they may need to review basic telling time, you can find a free activity here. Elapsed time can be tricky, so it’s best to use visuals when introducing this concept. Two common visuals are number lines and t-charts. Number Line Model It’s
Are you finding that your third graders aren’t ready for elapsed time word problems? If you are seeing this problem in your classroom, it’s time to take a step back and make sure your students understand basic telling time. You can gather students who are struggling with basic telling time and complete this interactive activity together.
When we first introduce students to multiplication we use hands-on activities. Students practice… creating arrays with square tiles creating equal groups with counters writing repeated addition sentences drawing number lines and skip-counting But what happens when students are asked to solve 7 x 7, 8 x 9, or 12 x 6? Sure. They could use
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
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