3rd Grade Math | Guided Math Workshop BUNDLE

3rd Grade Math | Guided Math Workshop BUNDLE
3rd Grade Math | Guided Math Workshop BUNDLE
3rd Grade Math | Guided Math Workshop BUNDLE
3rd Grade Math | Guided Math Workshop BUNDLE
3rd Grade Math | Guided Math Workshop BUNDLE
3rd Grade Math | Guided Math Workshop BUNDLE
3rd Grade Math | Guided Math Workshop BUNDLE
3rd Grade Math | Guided Math Workshop BUNDLE
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    A complete lesson plan unit packed with hands-on activities, expectations and routines, and a variety of strategies for 3rd grade math concepts. Perfect for teachers looking to save time and money without sacrificing quality instruction.

    ⭐By purchasing this 3rd Grade Math - Guided Math Workshop Entire Year - BUNDLE you are saving 25% off the individual units! WOW! ⭐

    This complete BUNDLE for 3rd grade classrooms covers the entire year of the Common Core standards for the following math concepts: place value and rounding, elapsed time, addition and subtraction strategies, multiplication and division strategies, multiplication shortcuts, area and perimeter, fractions, graphing and measurement, and problem solving.

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    This Bundle Includes:

    βœ“ Introduction to math workshop, the expectations, and routines

    βœ“ Focus on learning about problem solving strategies, such as working backwards, guess and check, act it out, draw a picture, use a model, create a table, make a list, make a chart, and much more

    βœ“ Focus on learning the problem solving steps, along with analyzing word problems, what to do when stuck, thinking strategies, and checking, explaining, and justifying the answer

    βœ“ Multi-step problem solving

    βœ“ Focus on place value - base ten form, word form, standard form, and expanded form, along with the value of the place

    βœ“ Focus on comparing and ordering numbers

    βœ“ Place value from the ones to the ten-thousands

    βœ“ Rounding numbers to the nearest 10 and 100

    βœ“ Use of the hundred chart for rounding

    βœ“ Split strategy for both addition and subtraction (partial sums, expanded forms, or decomposition)

    βœ“ Jump strategy for both addition and subtraction (counting on, counting back, number line)

    βœ“ Shortcut strategy for addition and subtraction (compensation, friendly numbers)

    βœ“ Traditional algorithm and subtracting with zeroes

    βœ“ The relationship between addition and subtraction

    βœ“ The properties of addition and patterns in a hundred chart

    βœ“ Telling time to the nearest five minutes and one minute

    βœ“ Reading digital and analog clocks

    βœ“ Understanding units of time

    βœ“ Strategies for elapsed time - T-chart, zoom, number Line, and mountains

    βœ“ Solving elapsed time in word problems and schedules

    βœ“ Solving elapsed time when the start or end is unknown

    βœ“ Multiples

    βœ“ Patterns in hundred charts and multiplication charts

    βœ“ Shortcuts for learning multiplication facts 0-10

    βœ“ Properties of multiplication and how they help in learning facts

    βœ“ Multiplying by multiples of ten

    βœ“ Multiplying with missing numbers

    βœ“ Understanding multiplication and division

    βœ“ Multiplication strategies (repeated addition, equal groups, arrays, and number line/skip counting)

    βœ“ Division strategies (repeated subtraction, equal sharing, arrays)

    βœ“ Understanding the relationship between multiplication and division

    βœ“ Remainders

    βœ“ Using input and output tables

    βœ“ Multiplying and dividing in story problems

    βœ“ Polygons attributes

    βœ“ Finding perimeter and finding unknown sides

    βœ“ Finding area by tiling, counting squares, estimating, and using multiplication

    βœ“ Finding the unknown sides when area is known

    βœ“ Finding area of irregular figures

    βœ“ Distributive property and area

    βœ“ The relationship between area and perimeter

    βœ“ Additional Modified versions for spellings of millimetre, centimetre, & metre with just the metric system measurements

    βœ“ Equal sharing (tying division and fractions)

    βœ“ Parts of a whole - identifying and partitioning fractions

    βœ“ Parts of a set

    βœ“ Reading and partitioning number lines

    βœ“ Looking at number lines greater than one

    βœ“ Equivalent fractions - benchmarks, size of the whole, different numerators, different denominators, and comparing

    βœ“ Surveying, collecting, and organizing data

    βœ“ Creating picture graphs (pictographs)

    βœ“ Creating both horizontal and vertical bar graphs

    βœ“ Changing the scale (or intervals) on a bar graph

    βœ“ Changing the representation of a symbol on a pictograph

    βœ“ Solving word problems related to graphs

    βœ“ Reading a ruler and measuring lengths to the nearest quarter of an inch

    βœ“ Collecting data and constructing line plots

    βœ“ Identifying mass and liquid volume (capacity)

    βœ“ Estimating mass and liquid volume (capacity)

    βœ“ Measuring mass and liquid volume (and comparing to known benchmarks)

    βœ“ Solving word problems related to mass and liquid volume

    βœ“ Additional Modified versions for spellings of litre & millilitre; centimetre; metre with just the metric system

    With This Bundle You'll Get:

    βœ“ Pretests and post-tests

    βœ“ An overview scope and sequence for pacing

    βœ“ 15 days of explicit, scripted lesson plans in math workshop model

    βœ“ Math warm-ups for spiral review

    βœ“ Hands-on exploratory activities

    βœ“ Concrete - semi-concrete - abstract progression

    βœ“ Math centers, games, and task cards perfect for guided math

    βœ“ Independent practice and worksheets

    βœ“ Mini-assessments and quick checks

    βœ“ Vocabulary cards for word walls

    βœ“ Anchor charts

    βœ“ Interactive notebook pieces

    βœ“ Some real life and project-based applied math

    And as a BONUS - that is ONLY FOUND IN THE BUNDLE - you get all the LESSON PLANS (only) of each unit in editable (cut and paste) format so you can easily modify or cut and paste for your online planbooks!

    Other Buyers Have Said:

    "I spent countless hours trying to decide on which Math workshop to purchase. I decided on this one and have not been disappointed. I dreaded the thought of teaching from our text again this year, but now I am so EXCITED about teaching from these materials. I feel confident that my third graders will learn and grow and be so much more engaged this year. That makes for happy teachers, happy admin and most of all happy students. Thanks so much for all your hard work!!!" (Thank you, Ruth B.!)

    "This product is so worth the money! I was worried about teaching 3rd grade math for the first time but this product has EVERYTHING you could EVER need to teach math while incorporating math workstations! Everything is laid out wonderfully where I don't even have to think about what to do next! AWESOME PRODUCT!" (Thank you, Passion4Teaching!)

    "This has taken away my anxiety about teaching Math Workshop! THANK YOU! THANK YOU!" (Thank you, Danielle F.!)

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    Final Notes:

    While I recommend printing in color and laminating materials for future use, it is not necessary. These materials print just fine in grayscale.

    If you see ANYTHING that needs modifying, or if you have any questions, please contact me via the Q&A. I take my product creation and your satisfaction very seriously! Thanks!

    These lessons are perfect for tutors, paraprofessionals, volunteers, and substitutes! They are low prep, too!

    With 15 complete lesson plans in this unit, that's less than a dollar a day for everything you need--worksheets, centers, scripted lessons, vocabulary, and much more! It's definitely worth the value!

    This bundle is perfect if you have always wanted to implement math workshop but weren't sure how or are just starting out! This bundle saves you time! Take back your weekends without sacrificing quality teaching!

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    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 𝘒 and 𝘣 + 𝘀 is the sum of 𝘒 Γ— 𝘣 and 𝘒 Γ— 𝘀. 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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