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Engage your students in paperless practice of adding 3-digit numbers through 1000.
Using Google Forms and this resource, you will be able to quickly assess student understanding to help you drive your instruction.
Included in this resource:
✅ Three Google Form quick checks
Important things for you to know:
✅ Each quick check contains 10 questions, plus a field for first and last name.
✅ Assign to your students by sharing the Google Form with them via Google Drive OR by assigning it through Google Classroom.
✅ If you need additional identifying questions (class period, student number etc.), you will be able to add those to fit your needs!
✅ Student responses and scores will populate AUTOMATICALLY in the spreadsheet, leaving more time for you to take care of other tasks.
✅ These 10-question digital quick checks are also great for morning work, homework, and center work.
✅ This resource specifically aligns with CCSS 3.NBT.2.
WHAT ELSE WOULD MAKE YOUR ♯TEACHERLIFE EASIER?
➡ Are you looking for PAPER VERSION of third grade math skill checks?
3.G.1 - Shapes and Their Attributes
3.MD.3 - Picture Graphs and Bar Graphs
3.MD.5 - Concepts and Measurements of Area
3.MD.6 - Area by Tiling; Area of Odd Shapes
3.MD.7 - Perimeter
3.NBT.1 - Rounding to the Nearest 10 and 100
3.NBT.2 - Addition and Subtraction Within 1000
3.NBT.3 - Multiplying Multiples of 10
3.NF.1 - Identifying Fractions
3.NF.2 - Fractions on a Number Line
3.OA.1 - Multiplication Strategies
3.OA.2 - Division Strategies
3.OA.4 - Solving for Unknown Numbers
3.OA.5 - Properties of Multiplication
3.OA.6 - Division Related to Multiplication
3.OA.7 - Multiplication Fact Fluency
3.OA.8 - Multi-Step Word Problems
3.OA.9 - Arithmetic Patterns
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A LITTLE ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Hey there! I'm Jennifer, an experienced first, third, and fourth grade general education classroom teacher, I also have experience as a special education teacher's assistant and interventionist. I earned my Bachelors' degree in Family & Child Studies, and my Masters' degree in Elementary Education.
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