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Daily Dose of Math Vocabulary PPT & Word Wall 5 Math Domains BUNDLE + Bonus File

Mrs Renz Class
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    Bonus Student Worksheets - Editable! (only with the Bundled set!)


    Give students their Daily Dose of Math vocabulary for all 5 Common Core math domains, with this Bundled set of slideshows and posters prescribed by "Dr. Mathematica." Students learn a word of the day that you choose. The PowerPoint slideshow allows you to choose and type the word of the day into the slide, then move the slide into the order you want, save-as, and you're ready for the week! Also included is a daily student worksheet where students write the definition, give an example, and create a word problem about the day's word. Prepare the slideshow ahead of time, save, and you're ready for the month! Organization of words learned is simple with tips included.

    The set includes vocabulary words and slideshows for ALL 3rd grade Common Core math domains. Extra words are included that allow students to stretch and also remediate.

    PowerPoint Slideshows for All 5 Domains:

    You will choose the word each day. Use the slide sorter view and move the day's word slide in between the title and ending slide.

    2 formats for you to use which format you prefer:

    1. Today’s word is…..
    2. Monday’s Word is…, Tuesday’s Word is, Wednesday's Word - to Friday's word

    To keep you organized, when you’ve used the slides, move the used words between the red slides and word still to be mastered between the green slides. Easy organization! You’ll use this set year after year!

    Math Word Wall Posters:

    Each domain has full-page size PDF math word wall posters that are colorful and designed to be readable from across the room and are great projected full size on your screen. The posters give the word, definition in kid-friendly language, and a visual. Students will refer to the posters all the time. For smaller posters, print in reduced size!

    Student Worksheet:

    Students will write the word, give the definition and make up a math problem showing use of the word. The worksheet is in black & white, full page format (8.5x11" size).

    BUNDLE BONUS STUDENT WORKSHEETS & JOURNAL STICKER LABELS (Editable!) Included only in the bundle are 8 different options of student recording worksheets, including editable PDFs where you can write your own questions and content. A template to print labels for student math journals is also included. These print on Avery 5163 2x4" labels.

    Teacher Materials:

    Teacher directions, hints and tips are included with visuals showing you how to use this great set. Also included for each domain is an alphabetized list of words with CCSS standard numbers.


    Geometry Domain Words36 definitions

    Area, attribute, classify, cone, diagonal, exterior, fraction, hexagon, interior, line, line of symmetry, line segment, parallel lines, parallelogram, partition, pentagon, point, polygon, quadrilateral, rectangle, rectangular, rectilinear figures, rhombus, side, solid, sphere, square, symmetry, tessellation, three-dimensional figure (3-D), tiling, trapezoid, triangle (2 posters), two-dimensional figure (2-D), unit fraction.

    Operations & Algebraic Thinking Domain Words: 49 definitions

    Addend, arithmetic pattern, array, Associative Property + and x, Commutative Property x, consecutive, decrease, deduct, decompose, descending, difference, digit, Distributive Property, divide / division, equation, estimate, evaluate, even, expression, fact family, factor, is not equal, multiply, odd, operation, order of operations, palindrome, parentheses, partition, pattern, product, property, quantity, quotient, reasonable / reasonableness, regroup, related, facts, remainder, round, rounding, sequence, square number, strategy, symbol, value, variable, whole number, Zero Property of x.

    Number & Operations in Base Ten Domain Words27 definitions

    add/addition, algorithm, compose, dec- /deci- (decagon, decahedron, decade, decathlon, decimal, deciliter, decimeter), decimal, decimal point, digit, dividend, divisible, divisor, expanded form, multiple, multiply/multiplication, number sense, numeral, operation, period, place value, Roman Numerals, round/rounding, skip count, standard form, subtract, whole number, word form

    Measurement & Data (MD) Words: 95 definitions

    A.M., add, area, area model, ascending, attribute, bar graph, bill, cent, centi- (centigrade, centigram, centiliter, centimeter), centimeter, change, clockwise, column, coins, counterclockwise, customary system, data, decompose, descending, dime, dimension, distributive property, divide/division, dollar, elapsed time, estimate/estimation, foot, formula, fourth, gallon-quart-pint-cup, gap, gram, half/halves, half hour, height, horizontal, hour, inch, inch-foot-yard, increase, interval, kilo- (kilogram, kiloliter, kilometer), kilogram, length, line plot, liter, mass, maximum, meter, metric system (length, capacity, mass temperature), minute, mile, milli- (milligram, milliliter, millimeter, million), millimeter, minimum, MPG/MPH, multiply/multiplication, nickel, number line, operation, ounce, overlap, penny, perimeter, picture graph, plane figure, P.M., polygon, product, property, quarter (fraction), quarter (coin), rectangle, rectangular, rectilinear figure, row, scaled graph, set, side, square, square unit, subtract, sum, tape diagram, tiling, time interval, unit, unit square, unit fraction, Venn diagram, vertical, volume (liquid),whole number, width, yard

    Number & Operations - Fractions Words: 31 definitions

    Algorithm, common denominator, compare, denominator, eighth, endpoint, equal/equals/equally, equivalent/equivalence, equivalent fraction, fifth, fourth, fraction, fraction model, greater than, half/halves, interval, length, less than, multiple, number line, numerator, partition, point, quantity, reduce, sixth, symbol, tenth, third, twelfths, whole number

    Materials Included:

    • PowerPoint Slideshows for all 5 CCSS math domains: “A Daily Dose of Math Vocabulary”

    • Posters: Operations & Algebraic Thinking vocabulary word wall posters

    • Daily Dose Student Recording Sheet with questions

    • 3rd Grade CCSS-M list of all Operations & Algebraic Thinking Domain words & extra words included with standard numbers

    • Teacher notes, tips, and slideshow directions with screenshots

    These are the products included:

    3rd Gr. Daily Dose of Math Vocabulary - Operations & Algebraic Thinking

    3rd Gr. Daily Dose of Math Vocabulary - Number & Operations in Base Ten

    3rd Gr. Daily Dose of Math Vocabulary - Number & Operations-Fractions

    3rd Gr. Daily Dose of Math Vocabulary - Measurement & Data

    3rd Gr. Daily Dose of Math Vocabulary - Geometry

    Enjoy your daily dose of math vocabulary!



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    to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
    Recognize area as additive. Find areas of rectilinear figures by decomposing them into non-overlapping rectangles and adding the areas of the non-overlapping parts, applying this technique to solve real world problems.
    Use tiling to show in a concrete case that the area of a rectangle with whole-number side lengths 𝘢 and 𝘣 + 𝘤 is the sum of 𝘢 × 𝘣 and 𝘢 × 𝘤. Use area models to represent the distributive property in mathematical reasoning.
    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.


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