This resource can be used on its own as a weekly assessment to guide instruction. However, is it particularly effective if used as a Friday assessment in conjunction with my 5-A-Day Math Review
. My 5-A-Day Math Review contains 5 daily math tasks for (Monday-Thursday).
This resource is now EDITABLE!!! Easily edit the student pages using PowerPoint
•Rounding to 10 and 100 (3.NBT.A.1)
•Multiply by Multiples Of 10 (3.NBT.A.3)
•Add & Subtract within 1000 (3.NBT.A.2)
•Multiplication & Division Fact Families (3.OA.C.7)
•Area & Unit Squares (3.MD.C.5; 3.MD.C.6; 3.MD.C.7.A-C)
•Time Problems (3.MD.A.1)
•Arithmetic Patterns (3.OA.D.8)
•Represent & Solve Multiplication & Division (3.OA.A.1-3)
•Understand & Represent Fractions (3.NF.A.1 & 2)
•Unknown Factors & Quotients (3.OA.B.6)
•Measure Lengths (3.MD.B.4 )
•Partition Shapes (3.G.A.2)
•Apply Properties of Multiplication (3.OA.B.5)
•Equivalent Fractions (3.NF.A.3.A-C)
•Reason with Shapes & Their Attributes (3.G.A.1)
•Find Areas of Rectilinear Figures (3.MD.C.7.D)
•Multiplication & Division Word Problems (3.OA.A.3)
•Bar Graphs & Picture Graphs (3.MD.B.3)
•Two-Step Word Problems with Four Operations (3.OA.D.8)
•Compare Fractions (3.NF.A.3.D)
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