When autocomplete results are available use up and down arrows to review and enter to select. Touch device users, explore by touch or with swipe gestures.

Third Grade Resources

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

My Favorite Resources for Third Grade Teachers

Getting a new teaching job is fun, exciting, and overwhelming. Here a some of my favorite resources for third grade teachers.

More information...

Tips and Resources for New Third Grade Teachers

If you ask me (and I am pretending that you did), third grade is the BEST grade to teach! Third graders are still young enough to love school, love their teacher and get excited over simple things like coloring. However, they are old enough to be independent workers and thinkers. Most third graders know how […]

More information...

3rd Grade Websites I Can't Live Without

Hello darlings! Amy here from That Teaching Spark! If you are like me, you use some semblance of technology in your classroom. You might be 1:1 with each student having a device or you may have access to a few devices for your entire class! I'm lucky enough to have a class set of chrome carts to share with my grade level of five teachers. We rotate the chrome books around to each other. I also have four devices that I use for math rotations every day! I have to admit, I would be lost without them! There are so many amazing websites and resources out there! I asked all of you in the All About 3rd Grade Facebook Group, to share the websites you use on a daily basis. I have reviews those websites and have included the ones most often recommended in this All About 3rd Grade Symbaloo. A Symbaloo is simply a bookmarking site. You can copy and paste this link on your classroom website, Google Classroom, or other learning platform for your students. Then students can click the icon to take them to the recommended page. https://www.symbaloo.com/mix/allabout3rdgrade Most websites that I included are free or at least allow for a free version with less bells and whistles. Here are 3 of My Favs 1. Epic Epic is perfect for sharing books on your projector. It has over hundreds of popular books! They have some books read aloud but I really like it for the nonfiction and collections that it offers. You can even create quizzes for your students. Watch this video for a little overview. 2. Prodigy Play Math Prep My kiddos use Prodigy everyday in math rotations. I can assign them any standard I want and it will create questions for them. This is what students see. They create little avatar wizards and then battle through lands that they unlock. They even earn pets that can have powers! They unlock and earn power ups by answering question correctly. You can assign the skills or have the game do it for you! In this video, I explain how to assign test prep, but it is the same directions for other assignments. 3. Go Formative This is a new website for me! I am super excited to try it next year! create online assessments, classwork or homework connects seamlessly with Google Classroom ANY GRADE, ANY SUBJECT, ANY DEVICE create a class & track student data students can type, draw or upload images get LIVE results & give instant feedback to your students very easy to use FREE & PAPERLESS for both teachers and students Check out the video for a sneak peek on how it works! Join us in the All About 3rd Grade Facebook Group to learn more amazing tips like this!

More information...

Conversation Heart Math I Distance Learning I Google Slides

*A DIGITAL OPTION/GOOGLE SLIDES HAS BEEN INCLUDED* Be sure to re-download! There are directions and links inside the zip file :) Fractions & Decimals...Valentine's Day Style! This resource offers 3 activities for you to use on or around Valentine’s Day. You will need conversation hearts for two of these activities. These activities are appropriate for grades 3-5, but align to 4th Grade Common Core Standards listed below. MACC.4.NF.A.1 Explain why a fraction a/b is equivalent to a fraction (n × a)/(n × b) by using visual fraction models, with attention to how the number and size of the parts differ even though the two fractions themselves are the same size. Use this principle to recognize and generate equivalent fractions MACC.4.NF.3.6 Use decimal notation for fractions with denominators 10 or 100.  1) Find Your Sweetheart! In the first activity, Find Your Sweetheart!, students will find the fractional amounts of a set by using tally marks and creating a table. 2) My Fraction, My Decimal In the second activity, My Fraction, My Decimal, students will use only 10 conversation hearts to demonstrate the relationship between fractions and decimals. Then, they will plot the decimals and fractions on a number line. This is a wonderful activity to use when introducing decimal/fraction relationships. For my students, it was a hands-on way to reinforce these concepts. 3) Our Hearts Belong Together! The third activity, Our Hearts Belong Together, reinforces the concept of equivalent fractions. Students will use a key to color in equivalent fraction hearts for 1/2 , 1/4, 1/3, 2/4. *Answer Key Included*

More information...

How We Do Fluency in 3rd Grade

Here in third grade, we practice fluency daily with: -Word Lists -Phrase Lists -Passages/Running Records My Mental Journey I have had a love-hate relationship with fluency. As a third grade teach…

More information...

Guided Math Set Up - Thrifty in Third Grade

Learn my flexible Guided Math Set Up and how to manage your small groups so your students are responsible for their own learning!

More information...

Elapsed Time Strategies, Activities, & Online Resources

In this blog post you will find a variety of elapsed time strategies and free math centers. These elapsed time math activities are perfect for third grade math centers. #MathWorkshop #MathCenters #3rdGradeMath #MathTechConnections

More information...

Free ELA Pacing Guide for Third Grade

Do you use a yearly pacing guide? It is so handy to have a map of how you plan to fit the various standards into your academic year. Things WILL change, but it nice to have some idea of where you’d like to be with your instruction. I think that it makes lesson […]

More information...
Tori Elder
Tori Elder saved to ELA

More related to Third Grade Resources

More like this