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MATH FACT FLUENCY!! 23 different sets of fact fluency cards!!

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Fair isn't always equal. Here are five math accommodations for your students! Visit this blog for LOTS more FREE teaching resources including math, reading, holidays, special education and more! ~ Promoting Success for You and Your Students! ~

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Double Digit Multiplication and tons of other math worksheets!

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This blog post talks about why I LOVE using spiral math homework. Keep the standards fresh!

subtraction

to regroup or not to regroup...

Measurement. Would be a good entry to add to math notebook too.

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The Hanleys: 3rd Grade Math- Anchor Charts/Posters

The Hanleys: 3rd Grade Math- Anchor Charts/Posters

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Fraction Flag

FREE Fun Fractions with M and Ms - 2 pages. Materials Needed: 1 snack pack of M and M candies (per student) My classes ALWAYS love this lesson!

research shows that to master fractions, students need multiple opportunities to practice with many varied representations of fractions. So a one time activity of cutting up a Hershey bar into smaller squares, although great fun, may not be enough to truly cement the understanding of how fractions work. By all means, cut up chocolate bars, pizzas, and pies. And add even more activities such as the ones featured here.

\$ Racing Through Elapsed Time by Laura Candler (CCSS Aligned 3.MD.1 and 4.MD.2) Racing Through Elapsed Time is a math game that can be played in cooperative learning teams or in centers. It includes teacher directions, student directions, a game board, math word problem cards, and an answer key. Preview online entire packet online from this page.

Math anchor chart - multiplication strategies

Love this. If I had seen this when I was a kid I would have actually understood place value.