# Third Grade Math

Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Third Grade Math. Get inspired and try out new things.

### Multiplication and division fluency is such an important skill for 3rd grade students. In Unit 3 of the 3rd Grade Math Made Fun Curriculum,

Karen Mercer saved to Class

### Multiplication activities for upper elementary. Includes anchor charts, task cards, projects, and more. Many FREE activities too.

Shawna Davoren saved to Math

### I love learning about arrays because they are so visual which allows for a lot of really fun rectangular arrays activities and practice! I l...

First Grade saved to Math

### Teaching place value doesn’t have to equal blank stares. Here are 10 place value chart examples, plus an eBook with teaching tips from fellow educators!

Tracey Rohrback saved to Education

### Multiplication Strategy Poster Freebie: This poster has been a game changer to help my students remember their multiplication facts. It clearly gives strategies and examples, using clear, bright fonts for easy referencing. Help your students master their multiplication math facts by grabbing this free poster and learning about 10 other multiplication center favorites by clicking HERE!

ZenInSped saved to Middle School Math

### What are Multiplication Posters and How Can They Help Students Learn Math?Multiplication posters are a great way to help students learn math. They offer visual cues and support to help students understand the concepts they are working on. These posters can be used in classrooms, homes, or anywhere else students need a little extra help with their math. By providing an easy-to-understand visual representation of the multiplication process, multiplication posters can make learning math easier…

Brook Graybill saved to RTI Math

### Looking for 3rd grade anchor charts? We put together some of our favorites to use in your third grade classroom this year!

Catherine Thomas saved to 3rd grade

### Students use multiplication and division story problems to create their own buildings modeling arrays. When they finish, students match up with the person who had the building that fit within the same fact family. Once they were able to determine their related multiplication facts they were able to see how the commutative property effects the shape of the array.

Rachel Renik saved to mathematics