Looking for FUN and ENGAGING TEKS aligned math stations? This resource includes STAAR Station 1 Place Value
that address the Readiness Standards TEKS 3.2A and 3.2D for 3rd grade math and a Study Guide Mini-Booklet. The Study Guide provides a review, a page for students to record their work during the math center, and an extension page for students to complete after their workstation time.
This resource is part of a 3rd Grade STAAR STATION BUNDLE that includes 10 Math Stations that address ALL the Readiness Standards
. These resources work great as a review of 3rd grade Big Ideas
, as a Test-Prep
resource, for RTI
and Small Group,
for Summer School
, or as an End of Year
❤️This resource is a collaborative effort between two deeply passionate Texas math loving teachers with experience in the K through 10th classrooms as teachers, coaches, and math specialists. We are both incredibly proud of this resource we created together!!!
→Catherine Solanik ~ Solanik Math
→Melissa Johnson ~ Marvel Math
✅ STAAR Station 1: Place Value:
Station 1 includes a math center matching activity. Instructions for each station include “I can” TEKS statements and TEKS are listed on station cards.
✅ Study Guide Mini-Booklet:
This Study Guide comes with a Review, Practice, Extend, and Notes section. Students record their work in their Study Guides during each phase.
✅ Teacher Answer Keys:
Two answer key formats are provided. A student friendly version is included in each station so students can check their work. A Teacher Edition version of the STAAR Station Study Guide provides answers for all sections.
✅ Station Cover Pages for Easy Organization:
Each station comes with a cover page which includes “I can” statements identifying the standards that each activity targets. These covers work great to organize each station.
✅ List of Readiness Standards
✅ Color and Blackline:
All stations include both color and black-white versions.
TEKS INCLUDED in THIS STATION Readiness Standards:
✓3.2(A) Compose and decompose numbers up to 100,000 as a sum of so many ten thousands, so many thousands, so many hundreds, so many tens, and so many ones using objects, pictorial models, and numbers, including expanded notation as appropriate.
✓3.2(D) Compare and order whole numbers up to 100,000 and represent comparisons using symbols
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