3rd Grade Math Problem of the Day Digital & Print

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Miss V in 3
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Grade Levels
3rd - 4th, Homeschool
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  1. In this bundle, you will receive 97 resources that cover third grade (CCSS) topics for you to use in your classroom. These resources include some digital activities, task cards, error analysis, centers and games, writing about math, and solving word problems, just to name a few!Please look through t
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  2. In these resources, there are over 180 problems for each grade that will cover every day for the ENTIRE YEAR! This product is great to use as a warm up question before beginning your math lesson. After we will go over the question together and students share their thinking with their classmates!Ther
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RECENTLY ADDED: ALL problems have been added to Google Slides so you can assign them through Google Classroom!

I use this product as a warm up question before I begin math workshop. I want my students to feel comfortable answering "test like" questions that are worded or formatted similar to what they will see on the state test. I have included 110 questions that I based off of the Third Grade Common Core Standards. After we will go over the question together. I usually pick one student to come to the front of the room and show us what they did on the whiteboard and to explain their thinking!!

There are three ways you can use this product:

One way you can use this resource is you can project it onto the whiteboard so all students are able to see the question clearly. Students can answer the question in their math journal or a personal whiteboard.

Another way you can use this resource is printing it into a booklet. (I have included booklet covers) All you have to do is change the copies per page from 1 to 2 (or 4 if you want them smaller) and it will use half the sheet. After, you just cut in half and staple these in booklets!

Another way you can use this by assigning it on Google Classroom.

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