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These Third Grade Math Centers include games, activities, and sorts for your 3rd grade math classroom that will keep your students engaged and can easily be differentiated. Topics included in these math centers are: place value, number sense, addition with and without regrouping, graphs, charts, line plots, time to the minute, multiplication, division, and lots of fractions.
All the 15 resources included in the 3rd Grade Math Centers Year-Round Bundle are linked below along with the topics addressed. This huge bundle includes 271 pages of printable centers that include topics for year-round classroom use.
Measurement and Data
Single and Multiple Word Step Problems with data
Time to the minute matching cards
Time to the minute task cards – two sets
Place Value – Number Sense
Addition with and without regrouping – sums up to 1,000
Patterns in numbers
Numbers on a number line
Numbers in a number chart
Base Ten Blocks
Ten More/Less and One More/Less
Numbers Patterns up to 120 (3 differentiated puzzles)
Multiplication and Division
Multiplying factors 1-12
Fact Fluency for factors 2-12 and mixed factors
Written practice with harder mixed facts (x4, x6, x7, x8, x9)
Oral practice activities with harder mixed facts
Games for harder fact fluency
Division of 1-12 Game Boards
Word problems for Identifying fractions
Fractions with like and unlike denominators (ordering fractions)
Pictorial representation of equivalent fractions (games)
Equivalent fractions without pictorial representation (games)
Equivalent fractions sort
Fractions as whole numbers on a number line
Fractions as whole numbers pictorial representation
Matching fractions, pictorial representation and whole numbers
Shape attributes sorts (2) Polygons
Angles attributes sorts
Shapes and their angles match
→All 15 Resources that are included in this Math Centers bundle
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