# Third grade maths

FREE Printable Fraction Flowers - what a fun way for visualize fractions (math, math activity, grade, grade,

A great tool for reinforcing the relationship between multiplication strategies, and helping children to understand there are many ways to go about solving

Try this simple activity with your child to guesstimate the age of a tree in your yard and nurture the developing math skills. Remember: every tree grows at a different rate, check the average growth rate of the tree rings too and compare.

Skip Counting Lacing Plates ----- Clever, simple-to-make, SELF CHECKING skip counting game (math activity).

### it doesn't always work especially when you het to the double digits. it's a good starting idea for beginners.

### Deepen mathematical understanding with 'Think Boards' #teaching #education

I won’t actually be able to get into my classroom for a few more weeks but I figured I’d share my plans for classroom decorations now… Every year I do the same “theme” if you can even call it that –

Fraction Number Puzzles for Third Grade (What I Have Learned)

math, times tables, counting by Mr. DeMaio and friends cover Uptown Funk by Mark Ronson and Bruno Mars in this fun multiplication video that can be used to help you memorize your three time.

Use when teaching angles and measurement (to make triangles). Have students write their hardest facts on them.

### Great for visualizing fractions. Give students 12 pieces of paper and ask them to cut in half, thirds, fourths, fifths, sixths up to twelfths. Easy to determine

### This could be a fun board to display student work during a fraction unit. Students get to create an ice cream sundae and then must describe it using fractions.

Third Grade Multiplication Worksheets: Multiplication Word Problems: Multiply It!

Sara Runia-- Number Puzzles for Third Grade engage students in using a variety of models, strategies and equations when solving problems.

This is a link to various multiplication and division displays for a classroom. There are also some small, quick activities for students to do. I like this link because there are many display options and I can use and adapt for my students.