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3RD GRADE MATH WORKSHEETS/TEST PREP | Skills-Boosting, Scaffolded Savings Bundle

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    Area & Perimeter City Trucks: A Fun, Math & Paper Craft Activity!

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    NEW BUNDLE. Boost math achievement rates in your class with this 17-unit bundle, consisting of 160 scaffolded worksheets with 850+ math problems that cover ALL third grade Common Core State Standards. All worksheets are Easel Activities enabled and formatted for online distance learning. Use these math drills to teach and reinforce the fundamentals, or as test prep.

    At the top of each printable is a skills-focused mini-lesson followed by several Common Core designed, simulated test questions (including two/multi-part and open response). Worksheets contain tips to guide students, allowing you more time to work with struggling students (drills can also be printed without scaffolding).

    Save 20% with this bundle, plus get Area & Perimeter City Trucks: A Fun, Math & Paper Craft Activity as a free bonus!

    THIS GRADE 3 MATH BUNDLE INCLUDES:

    • 160 practice worksheets, with 850+ skills-boosting math problems
    • Digitally enabled (Easel Activities) worksheets
    • Mini-lessons at the top of each drill, with tips & scaffolding that teach students
    • Unassisted versions without tips & scaffolding, plus answer keys
    • Free bonus: Area & Perimeter City Trucks: A Fun, Math & Paper Craft Activity (listed as a item in the bundle so that the Easel Activities version can be accessed, but rest assured-- the free discount is priced in ;)

    For educators teaching under a blended, hybrid or distance learning model:

    • Print the PDF version for self-guided, independent work at school or home 
    • Assign the Easel Activities version via Google Classroom (or any LMS) for online work

    BASED ON STANDARDIZED TESTS, INCLUDING:

    • Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium (SBAC)
    • Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers (PARCC)
    • State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness (STAAR) Program / TEKS
    • Florida Standards Assessments (FSA)
    • New York State (NYS) Testing Program
    • North Carolina READY End-of-Grade (EOG) Assessment
    • Pennsylvania System of School Assessment (PSSA)
    • Georgia Milestones Assessment System (GMAS)
    • Virginia Standards of Learning (VA SOL)
    • Arizona AZM2

    USEFUL IN SO MANY WAYS!

    All drills take 10 - 15 minutes to complete, and terrific for third grade math:

    • Mini-lessons 
    • Guided or independent practice
    • Test prep (includes effective test-taking strategies)
    • Intervention groups / small group remediation / RTI
    • Small group or pod work
    • Partner work / buddy work
    • Morning work
    • Do now / bell ringers / warm-ups
    • Homework
    • Review (worksheets) 
    • Exit slips/tickets to assess mastery
    • Math centers/stations
    • Math word problems practice
    • Early finishers work    
    • After school programs & tutoring
    • Learning packets for independent work during anticipated school closings / snow days
    • Winter, spring or summer vacation math packets
    • Homeschool lessons
    • Summer school programs/summer bridge activities 
    • Substitute teacher lesson plans
    • Substitute teacher activities/worksheets
    • Absent student make up work

    **Also useful for 4th grade review and remedial work for 5th grade students

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    COVERS ALL COMMON CORE STATE STANDARDS FOR GRADE 3

    1. Multiplication & Division Bundle (4 units) 

    • Introduction to multiplication via repeated addition & arrays
    • Introduction to division 
    • Using number stories to describe multiplication expressions 
    • Using number stories to describe division expressions 
    • Using number expressions to represent multiplication & division stories 
    • Introduction to multiplication word problems & key words* 
    • Introduction to division word problems & key words*
    • Review of multiplication & division word problems* 
    • Finding the products & quotients of equations 
    • Multiplying one-digit whole numbers by multiples of 10 
    • Introduction to multiplication & division fact families 
    • Finding the missing factor in a multiplication equation 
    • Finding the missing dividend or divisor in a division equation 
    • Identity & commutative properties of multiplication 
    • Associative property of multiplication 
    • Introduction to the distributive property of multiplication 
    • Solving word problems using the distributive property of multiplication 

    *One-step word problems only.  

    2. Two-Step Word Problem Unit

    Lessons include learning when to:

    • Add + Subtract
    • Multiply + Subtract
    • Multiply + Add
    • Divide + Add/Subtract/Multiply/Divide
    • Representing 2-step problems using equations with letters that stand for an unknown quantity

    3. Arithmetic Patterns & Odd/Even Numbers Unit 

    • Identifying & describing a number pattern
    • Finding the missing numbers in an arithmetic pattern
    • What’s the rule?  Identifying the relationship between numbers in a table
    • Matching arithmetic pattern descriptions with the correct number table
    • Identifying odd/even numbers & respective properties (e.g. even x odd = even, odd x odd = odd, etc.)

    4. Place Value Unit 

    • Breaking down numbers in standard form into expanded & written forms
    • Converting into standard form: numbers in written word & expanded forms, and base ten blocks and
    • Comparing & ordering numbers based on place value (greater than/less than, greatest/least)
    • Creating the greatest & least numerical values using specific digits once

    5. Rounding to the Nearest 10, 100, 1000 & Dollar Unit

    • Rounding to the nearest tens (10) place, plus word problems
    • Rounding to the nearest hundreds (100) place, plus word problems
    • Rounding to the nearest thousands ( 1,000) place, plus word problems
    • Rounding to the nearest dollar, plus word problems

    6. Addition & Subtraction Unit 

    • Adding & subtracting 3-digit numbers, involving regrouping & borrowing
    • Using fact families, parts & total diagrams and subtraction to find an unknown number
    • Using addition & subtraction keywords to help solve one & two-step word problems

    7. Fractions Unit 

    • Introduction to fractions
    • Using fractions to describe whole objects split into equal parts
    • Using fractions to describe parts of a collection or set
    • Using fractions to describe more than one whole
    • Identifying equivalent fractions using visual models
    • Finding equivalent fractions by multiplying & dividing
    • Comparing fractions using visual models
    • Comparing fractions without visual models
    • Adding & subtracting fractions

    8. Fractions on a Number Line Unit

    • Introduction to representing fractions on a number line
    • Naming fraction lengths & intervals on a number line
    • Representing fractions on a number line and partitioning it into equal parts, between 0 & 1
    • Finding equivalent fractions by re-partitioning number lines
    • Recognizing fractions equivalent to whole numbers on a number line

    9. Telling Time Unit

    • Telling time to the nearest minute
    • Telling time with words (e.g. quarter to, quarter & half past) + counting by the quarter hour
    • Measuring time intervals to find elapsed time
    • Adding time intervals in minutes to find end times
    • Subtracting time intervals in minutes to find start times

    10. Measuring Mass, Capacity & Length Unit 

    • Introduction to measuring mass & liquid volume 
    • Measuring mass & solving mass word problems (grams & kilograms)
    • Measuring liquid volume & solving related word problems (milliliters & liters) 
    • Measuring length using rulers marked with halves & fourths of an inch

    11. Bar Graph, Picture Graphs, Line Plots & Tally Charts

    • Introduction to bar graphs
    • Matching number tables &  other data to bar graphs
    • Review: Paying attention to a bar graph’s scale
    • Working with horizontal bar graphs
    • Creating a bar graph
    • Working with frequency tables (tally charts)
    • Introduction to pictographs
    • Matching data to pictographs
    • Creating a pictograph
    • Introduction to line plots
    • Matching measurements to line plots

    12. Finding the Area Unit

    • Finding area by counting square units  
    • Finding area of rectangular & square figures by multiplying
    • Finding area of rectilinear figures using area models & number expressions
    • Showing area of rectangle with side lengths a and (b + c) = (a x b) + (a x c)
    • Finding area of rectilinear figures with unknown side lengths
    • Exhibiting rectangles with equal areas, but with different perimeters

    13. Perimeter Unit

    • Introduction to finding the perimeter of polygons
    • Finding the perimeter, even with unstated side lengths 
    • Finding an unknown side length, given a perimeter & a length
    • Differentiating between the perimeter & area of figures, including exhibiting rectangles with the same perimeter and different area (or vice versa)

    14. Geometry Unit

    • Working with shapes’ attributes (i.e. sides, vertices, angles & parallel lines)
    • Identifying simple polygons (i.e. quadrilaterals, pentagons, hexagons, octagons, etc) & their attributes 
    • Describing common quadrilaterals (i.e. squares, rectangles, rhombuses, trapezoids) & their properties/categories
    • Naming 3D objects (i.e. prisms, cylinders, cones, spheres) & characteristics (i.e. faces/bases, edges)

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    Standards

    to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
    Recognize area as additive. Find areas of rectilinear figures by decomposing them into non-overlapping rectangles and adding the areas of the non-overlapping parts, applying this technique to solve real world problems.
    Use tiling to show in a concrete case that the area of a rectangle with whole-number side lengths 𝘢 and 𝘣 + 𝘤 is the sum of 𝘢 × 𝘣 and 𝘢 × 𝘤. Use area models to represent the distributive property in mathematical reasoning.
    Partition shapes into parts with equal areas. Express the area of each part as a unit fraction of the whole. For example, partition a shape into 4 parts with equal area, and describe the area of each part as 1/4 of the area of the shape.
    Understand that shapes in different categories (e.g., rhombuses, rectangles, and others) may share attributes (e.g., having four sides), and that the shared attributes can define a larger category (e.g., quadrilaterals). Recognize rhombuses, rectangles, and squares as examples of quadrilaterals, and draw examples of quadrilaterals that do not belong to any of these subcategories.
    Compare two fractions with the same numerator or the same denominator by reasoning about their size. Recognize that comparisons are valid only when the two fractions refer to the same whole. Record the results of comparisons with the symbols >, =, or <, and justify the conclusions, e.g., by using a visual fraction model.

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