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3rd Grade Math Spiral Review

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    Description

    Do you want third grade math worksheets that spiral as they progress through the week? These Math Reviews ask students to solve 6 problems daily. Now includes 33 weeks of digital reviews as well as 33 Digital Google Forms that are self-grading!!!

    These spiral daily math review worksheets each cover 5 days of learning or morning work and would be a great warm up before your math lesson. It could easily be projected, printed for each student, or even used as a math assessment on day 5 of each week's math learning.

    It has 6 problems daily to help your students practice, with focuses on:

    • multiplication word problems
    • addition and subtraction
    • perimeter
    • area
    • multiplication fact strategies
    • multiplication properties
    • geometry
    • place value
    • composing fractions
    • fractions on a number line
    • equivalent fractions
    • comparing fractions
    • division
    • elapsed time
    • multiplication by tens
    • partitioning shapes
    • bar graphs
    • two-step word problems

    No prep work needed: You decide if you even want to print it :)

    Growing Bundle of 33 Math Concept Boards, covers 33 Common Core Third Grade Standards!

    Your kiddos will enjoy the predictable nature of these reviews as they get better and better throughout each week. This will give them even more confidence in Math as they can notice their progression throughout the week. This would work great as an addition to a current Math program or as a center in your classroom.

    Breakdown by Week or Subject:

    - Week 1: addition, shapes, multiplication, subtraction, time, place value

    - Week 2: addition, perimeter, multiplication, subtraction, time, place value

    - Week 3: addition, perimeter, multiplication, subtraction, fractions, place value

    - Week 4: addition, shapes, multiplication, subtraction, fractions, time

    - Week 5: multiplication, subtraction, fractions, place value, balancing equations, fact strategies

    - Week 6: multiplication, addition, perimeter, bar models/ratio tables, shapes, place value

    - Week 7: area, time, fractions, multiplication strategies, multiplication properties, perimeter

    - Week 8: perimeter, time, fractions, subtraction, multiplication properties, and multiplication with tens (place value)

    - Week #9: area, partitioning shapes, fractions on a number line, rounding to the nearest ten, area (counting the unit squares), and perimeter

    - Week #10: perimeter, subtraction, fractions, multiplication strategies, time, area (counting the unit squares)

    - Week #11: area, partitioning shapes, fractions on a number line, rounding (to the nearest hundred), measurement (to the nearest inch), word problems (mass or volume)

    - Week #12: area, partitioning shapes, fractions on a number line, rounding (to the nearest hundred), measurement (to the nearest inch), word problems (mass or volume)

    - Week #13: division, two-step word problems, arithmetic patterns, measuring volumes and mass, picture and bar graphs, fractions, and shapes

    - Week #14: division, two-step word problems, arithmetic patterns, measuring volumes and mass, picture and bar graphs, fractions, and shapes

    - Week 15: elapsed time, addition/subtraction word problems, comparing fractions, divisions (with arrays), multiplication properties, fact families

    - Week 16: multiplication, fractions on a number line, area, perimeter, multiplication properties, and word problems

    - Week 17: multiplication, fractions on a number line, area, perimeter, multiplication properties, and word problems

    - Week 18: multiplication, fractions on a number line, area, perimeter, multiplication properties, and word problems

    - Week 19: multiplication, fractions on a number line, area, perimeter, multiplication properties, and word problems

    - Week 20: measurement, partitioning shapes, word problems involving mass or volume, multiplication patterns, bar graphs, and division as an unknown factor problem

    - Week 21: measurement, partitioning shapes, area, multiplication patterns, bar graphs, and division as an unknown factor problem

    Wildlife:

    - Wildlife Week #1: addition, subtraction, two-step word problems, area, multiplication, multiplication by tens

    - Wildlife Week #2: addition, subtraction, two-step word problems, area, multiplication, multiplication by tens

    - Wildlife Week #3: addition, subtraction, two-step word problems, addition/subtraction word problems, two-step word problems, addition (3 addends)

    - Wildlife Week #4: multiplication by tens, subtraction, two-step word problems (including multiplication), area (single digit x double digit), multiplication by tens, multiplication by double digit numbers

    Sports:

    - Sports Week #1: place value, multiplication word problems, division, fractions (comparing), multiplication word problems, two-step word problems (multiplication and addition)

    - Sports Week #2: addition, subtraction, two-step word problems, addition/subtraction word problems, two-step word problems (multiplication and addition), addition (3 addends)

    Technology:

    - Technology Week #1: multiplying by tens (double digit), area, fractions, fractions, multiplication (double digit), two-step word problems

    - Technology Week #2: multiplying by tens (double digit), area, fractions, fractions, multiplication (double digit), two-step word problems

    Christmas:

    - Christmas Week #1: area, division word problem, fractions, fractions, multiplication equations, multiplication equations

    - Christmas Week #2: area, division word problem, division word problem, fractions, multiplication equations, multiplication equations

    - Christmas Week #3: division (with arrays), division (with arrays), division equations/strategies, multiplication equations/strategies, division word problem, bar graphs

    - Christmas Week #4: area, division word problems, fractions (equal to 1 less than/greater than 1), shapes, addition/subtraction word problems, multiplication properties word problems

    - Christmas Week #5: time word problem, division word problem, fractions (equal to 1, less than/greater than 1), shapes, addition/subtraction word problems, multiplication properties word problems

    - Christmas Week #6: time word problem, division word problem, fractions (on a number line, comparing, equivalence)

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    Standards

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    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.
    Express whole numbers as fractions, and recognize fractions that are equivalent to whole numbers. Examples: Express 3 in the form 3 = 3/1; recognize that 6/1 = 6; locate 4/4 and 1 at the same point of a number line diagram.
    Understand two fractions as equivalent (equal) if they are the same size, or the same point on a number line.

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