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Mental Math Grade 3 Day 10

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Need some fun and quick multiplication practice? This set of 'equation search' games is a fun multiplication game for 3rd grade kids who need to focus on a specific set of facts. This FREE download includes practice pages for all facts from 2-12! Kids will love the challenge of finding all the facts in the puzzle.

Your kids will LOVE finding the multiplication facts in the math version of a word search! This will help them practice and review all their multiplication facts and is simple and low-prep for you.

Rounding might be one of the hardest modules for my third graders. They have so much trouble understanding the entire concept of “rounding a number to a nearby value.” Not to mention, third grade is the first year they are introduced to it. I have tried every single saying and method that I can google ... [Read more...]

This rounding anchor chart is from my third grade classroom and helps students learn how to round decimals to the nearest whole number.


This week will continue learning about matter, focusing on buoyancy. We will investigate buoyancy by dropping various fruits into water to see which will sink and which will float! Below is a...

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Having Class: Multiplication Interactive Notebooks: Humpday Highlight

I love teaching multiplication and I love interactive notebooks. The teacher part of me leaps for joy every year when this unit comes up. It definitely helps that the students are even more excited for learning multiplication than I am for teaching it (if that's possible). I decided Mrs. Stanford's Humpday Highlight Linky would be the perfect time to show off our work so far. Before I get started, I have to add a disclaimer that we are not done with our unit yet. My goal for interactive…

Comparing Fractions is tricky, but using engaging activities and games with your 3rd graders is a great way to increase understanding. Comparing Click to read all about my favorite math centers to teach comparing fractions in 3rd and 4th grade, including these student favorites! Whether you're comparing fractions with the same numerator, fractions with the same denominator, or using benchmark fractions, these are for you!

Comparing fractions can be hard for students AND teachers. Here are 3 tips to make comparing fractions more engaging for your 3rd graders!