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Third Grade Math

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THIRD GRADE MATH BUNDLE

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Before you even bust my chops I know I am a week behind! Jeez...people! I was kind of busy in Vegas...baby! When I get a moment to breathe & get on a normal schedule I will be blogging about my trip. In the meantime, let's catch up on............. The way I run my math in my classroom will remain the same. I really feel like this entire chapter should be an entire book. I just felt like I didn't have enough information....to be brutally honest. I run my math stations typically like I do Daily 5 except they work in partners, with me, or by themselves and I don't have a chart. Basically, I don't call it Math Daily 3 or Math Daily 5. I just call it math stations. I have my math block after lunch & our daily jobs. I started out this year using EnVision...well that lasted all of 2 weeks. Blah! My students are babies & they are tired after lunch. They need to be up and moving and have some major hands on learning during math. Remember they have an attention span of about half an ant at this point in the day. This is what my math block looks like currently. Again, I do not use the provided curriculum. I basically follow the scope and sequence but I do my own thing utilizing my own materials and everything else is CCSS aligned. If you want to get technical, this resembles the math daily 3 structure but I am not breaking out into choice rounds yet. This is what they have to do. Depending on what we are working on, I might have them do three rounds versus two longer rounds. If we are reviewing a concept than I would do 3 rounds. Here are the digital math anchor charts that you will use while introducing each part of the Math Daily 3. Since our math block is required to be an hour this is the only schedule that would allow me to implement a whole group lesson, guided and independent math groups & a quick mini lesson to wrap things up. The times above are very flexible depending on the time of year and their attention span with what we are learning. The sister's provide a fabulous sample lesson based on the "I Do", "You Do", and "We Do" method. Instruction of course is focused on teaching whole group while students are observing and following along. You are modeling and thinking "out loud". Students may have their hands folded and listening or they may have paper/pencil or dry erase materials during this lesson. After the lesson is finished, you release the students into their choice stations and announce what group you will be meeting. I typically do not meet with groups until their stamina is built up otherwise it could be a big hot mess. Here is the stamina punch cards I will use as well as my positive student recognition necklaces I made. I will use these the exact way I use the Daily 5 stamina punch cards as I explained here. I can't stress enough how important it is to build up their math stamina. If you don't, you will get frustrated and give up. My math block is the most difficult to manage as far as behavior. I was frustrated teaching the provided curriculum with them at their seats for 60 minutes as much as they were. If you are not teaching with a passion, they will see right through it and will not learn a thing during your math block. Just like my Daily 5 literacy block, it has to be just as fun and engaging. You have to work at it and do what works for you and your students. I will start my students out with the choice chart below until they get used to keeping track of their rotations. This is very user friendly for the littles. As my students are keeping track of their rotations effectively, I will have them fill out the chart below daily. The chart below is the one I will be using to keep track of their rotations. I will be making sure that my chart matches up with their chart. I most likely will not have a chance to do this daily so I will probably utilize my teacher's assistant or center/station cop which is one of our many classroom jobs. After the whole group lesson and after you have built up stamina for "Math by Myself", "Math Writing" & "Math with Someone" you will release them to their choices. Here are some examples of "Math by Myself".............. The possibilities are endless!!!!!! I use a ton of freebies from TPT as well as paid products from my Freebie-licious friends. That is a whole other post friends & I just don't have the energy to post everything I use. I have a TON of materials from over the years. Above you will see a really old game from Lakeshore called 2x2 boo I believe. The child above is working on multiplication story problems. I also see a roll and cover game from Kathy Law and a time game from Lory Evans. Here are some examples of "Math with Someone"................ Again...the possibilities are endless here. Any of these stations are housed in my math station tubs. I change them out about once a month if not sooner. I have 12 which I will show you below. 1. Quantity Discrimination Candy Land Game 2. Battleship 3. Lakeshore Math Game 4. Tic Tac Toe from Lakeshore 5. Time Math Station from Bubbly Blond 6. Time Bingo from Lakeshore Do you have to do Dibels? Eek! I didn't mean to send shivers down your spine! But I did create these Candy Land games to help your kiddos to be prepared for those dreaded tests! Grab this game HERE! Grab this game HERE! Grab this game HERE! Grab this game HERE! Grab this game HERE! Grab this game HERE! Grab this game HERE! Grab this game HERE! Grab this game HERE! Grab this game HERE! Grab this bundle HERE! My Candy Land games are priced at $3.00 each. I am offering this bundle of 10 games to prepare your students for Dibel's Math testing for 50% off! Grab it while it's on sale! You can also check out these new math games I just posted! Grab this game HERE! Grab this game HERE! Grab this game HERE! Grab this game HERE! Grab this game HERE! I will be frantically working on a place value Candy Land series so stay tuned! Any requests??? Leave them in the comments! 1. Number Sense Activity by Jen Ross 2. Interactive Math Fact Practice by Annie Moffatt 3. Interactive Math Notebook by Natalie's Nook 4. Subtraction Strategy Unit by Jodi Southard 5. Mad for Math by Journey of a Substitute Teacher 6. Interactive Math Game by Tiny Toes I am absolutely O.B.S.E.S.S.E.D with these tubs. I love the latches! These are super durable and look so pretty...don't they??? I got these for a steal through Target online. It's so much cheaper for whatever reason through target.com compared to in store. These are so easy for my students to grab and go and stay organized. This is how I organize my math station tubs. The black containers keep all the pieces in one spot and my students know to keep the materials in their place. These are perfect for game pieces, dry erase markers & erasers, bingo chips, dice, etc. I usually store any sheets that they're using for "Math Writing" in sheet protectors so I do not have to waste paper. I hope you gained some insight into my math station rotation in my classroom. Join Freebielicious in our Daily 5 2nd Edition linky party! An InLinkz Link-up

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Made this today for my 5th grade students. Some of those math whizzes are getting a bit big for their britches.

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2nd Grade Math: Math Made Fun Curriculum | 2nd grade math, Multiplication, Teaching multiplication

Aug 17, 2019 - Second Grade Math Made Fun Curriculum: A Complete and comprehensive 2nd Grade Math Curriculum, which covers all grade level standards in a varitey of ways. I am beyond THRILLED to share with you a brand new 2nd Grade Math Made Fun Curriculum, which is designed to make math FUN, hands-on and engaging...

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FREE MULTIPLICATION CENTERS - Teaching with Jillian Starr

Welcome! I LOVE math, and I’m so excited to be sharing this Guided Math Starter Bundle with you! If you’re looking to start teaching small group math, or wanting to switch up your current math block, you’re in the right place! I mean… just look at all of the FREEBIES you’ll get! (and this isn’t …

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