# Math

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Unpacking the Core: 3.OA.3 - part of a blog series breaking down the standards into underlying objectives, application problems at 3 levels of rigor, and resources.

### One Lesson at a Time: Unpacking the Core: 3.OA.3

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Multiplication Board 4

### Gaming the System.

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Fun Games 4 Learning: Math to Make Them Think!

### Fun Games 4 Learning: Math to Make Them Think!

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Perfect for the first week of school!

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Nice poster

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Division Apps - Third Grade Math Apps

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Flip book (Multiplication)

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Polygon Song

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Awesome ideas for "interactive notebooks"! She teaches middle school math but her ideas could be adapted to any grade

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Classroom Freebies Too: Susan Hardin's Multiplication Fluency Assessment Pack

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Math Chapter Books for kids a list of more than 10 titles

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Introducing Arrays!

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Classroom DIY: Math

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mental math game.. question in black and answer in red.. align them in order! see how fast you can do it.

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Note Card Flip Books for teaching math Vocabulary.

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Teaching With a Mountain View: anchor charts

### anchor charts

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I created this activity after watching the show, "Crashbox" on HBO Go. My children and students LOVE this show, and I particularly enjoyed the game, Psycho Math. The main idea of the game is that he says phrases which represent numbers and tells the players whether they should add, subtract, multiply, or divide these numbers ot get a final answer. Order of operations ahs nothing to do with it. It is just a fun way of practicing number operations and realizing that numbers really are EVERYWHERE.

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Magic Mistakes and Mayhem: Maths Fun- Game to reinforce finding area

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I play this in my classroom. My students BEG to play. Great way to practice basic multiplication skills. I use an empty tissue box to hold my sticks though.

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PARCC Games reinforce the student skills. Includes a collection of the best free games available to support each of the Common Core standards. Great for home-practice or during independent center work.

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copy this and put in homework folder Math reference sheet

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geometry family tree

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FREE Equivalent Fractions activity (Pizza Fraction Fun)

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Classroom Freebies: Free Ordering Fractions on a Number Line Printable

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