This bundle contains TEN MATH CENTERS that are perfect for the month of July! Students will get to practice games that celebrate summer!
Third grade students will enjoy these summer math centers that spiral review skills previously learned earlier in the year. You save 66% when you buy the bundle and get 10 math centers for ten dollars!
3rd Grade Table of Contents
Pg. 3-21 Dozen Donuts: Patterns Game
Pg. 22-37 Hungry for Sandwiches: Division Facts
Pg. 38-62 Restaurant Rush: Counting Money
Pg. 63-69 House Arrangements: Area Game
Pg. 70-80 The Toy Mishap: Multiply by Tens
Pg. 81-98 Bucket Filler: Finding Perimeter
Pg. 99-139 Math Spoons: Fact Families (2 versions)
Pg. 140-146 Chopping Watermelon: Partitioning
Pg. 147-165 Grab It: Multiplication and Division Word Problems
Pg. 166-177 Barbecue Party: Add & Subtract
Dozen Donuts: Patterns Game
Students race to see who can fill up their box with a dozen (or a half dozen) donuts first! Each time a student answers a card about patterns (3.OA.9), they get to add a donut to their box. There are also chance cards included that can spice up game play! The cards can help a student get closer to winning or be unlucky too!
Hungry for Sandwiches: Division Facts Game
Students play a game with division facts while building a sandwich at the same time! The first student to finish building their sandwich (a top and bottom bun with 5 toppings) wins! Students also have chance cards to play with that help them progress or regress in game play! This game aligns with 3.OA.2 :)
Restaurant Rush: Counting Money
A bunch of workers come into the restaurant to all at once and their bills get mixed up! Help match each worker's bill to the correct amount of items they ordered. Students practice counting money and multi-digit addition.
Room Arrangements: Area Game
Students lay out the two houses and all room dimension cards. Students figure out the area of each room and then place it on the correct corresponding window. The gameplay continues until all windows have been covered by the correct rooms. It's a great way for students to get additional practice with area with a real-life setting. Aligns with 3.MD.5 and 3.MD.6.
The Toy Mishap: Multiply by Tens
Uh oh! Lizzy did some online shopping without her mom's permission! She ordered a LOT of toys! Using the task cards provided, figure out how much money Lizzy spent on each item. Students multiply by tens to figure out how much money Lizzy spent on each set of toys. Aligns with 3.NBT.3.
Bucket Filler: Finding Perimeter
This game is used to practice finding the perimeter of shapes in the classroom. Students find the perimeter of a variety of shapes in this game including squares, rectangles, and unit squares that make up random shapes. It's a whole group math game that my students LOVE! Students get to get out of their seats and answer problems all over the room. They then have a chance to win a prize depending on how many "buckets" they were able to fill. The best part is--the students have no idea how much they are learning! This game is a great practice or review game to see who understands a concept you are teaching and who is still struggling with the material.
Math Spoons: Fact Families (2 versions)
This is a math game that helps students practice identifying multiplication and division fact families. If you are familiar with the game of spoons, this game is the same--except it uses math concepts instead! The Math Spoons Fact Families for Multiplication and Division Game comes with playing cards/task cards, directions how to play, and an answer key. There are actually TWO VERSIONS included in this Math Spoons Game. In the first version, students have to match up the four fact family equations that go together. In the second version, students have to figure out the missing factor in each equation in order to figure out which fact family each card belongs with.
Chopping Watermelon: Partitioning
These watermelon cards are for practicing partitioning! Students read each card and partition the watermelon into the correct number of parts.
Grab It: Multiplication and Division Word Problems
Students practice solving multiplication and division one-step word problems. The great thing about this game is that you can differentiate it and use only the division or only the multiplication problems if needed. In this game, students practice with word problems by matching each question rectangle card to the answer circle card. Students lay down all of the answer circles on the playing area. They split up the rectangle cards equally between all players (2-6 players can play!). Students each flip up their first rectangle card. The first person to find their matching answer circle wins the round.
Barbecue Party: Multi-Digit Addition and Subtraction
Students get to practice solving multi-digit addition and subtraction cards while having a barbecue party at the same time! Each kid takes a barbecue chef and puts it in front of them. As soon as they solve a problem, they get to take a hot dog or hamburger from the middle. Whoever has the most hot dogs and hamburgers wins at the end!
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Hungry for Sandwiches: Division Facts GameRestaurant Rush: Counting and Adding Money GameMath Spoons Fact FamiliesBucket Filler: Finding PerimeterGrab It: Multiplication and Division Word Problems GameDozen Donuts: Patterns GameRoom Arrangements: Area GameThe Toy Mishap: Multiplying by Tens GameBarbecue Party: Multi-Digit Addition and Subtraction Chopping Watermelon: Partitioning ShapesJuly Third Grade Math Centers BUNDLE!