Mammals Math task cards can be used for enrichment, homework, interactive math journals,morning work, Math Night, Response to Intervention, tutoring, work stations and many more classroom needs! Students will gain new knowledge on mammals found in various North American ecosystems as they review addition, subtraction, multiplication, expanded notation, place value, rounding and written mathematical forms.
Word problems were formatted using the released State of Texas Assessment of Academic Readiness (STAAR) for third grade.
* mathematically advanced 2nd graders
* average 3rd graders
* 4th graders needing extra practice in the above skills
~ 10 cards
~ 20 questions
~ student answer document
~ teacher key
~ mini poster for work stations
~ research outline (for whole class or fast finishers)
~ composition page (aligned with research outline)
* Homework Packet
* Interactive Math Journals
* Morning Work
* Math Night
* RtI (Response to Intervention)
* Work Stations / Bulletin Boards
* addition (to 1,000 with minimal regrouping)
* subtraction (to 500 with no regrouping)
* expanded notation
* place value (to 1,000)
Please read the sample questions that follow to determine if it will work for your students.
Example Question... Less Challenging
~ An adult bison cow (female) can weigh up to 1,100 pounds. Which digit is in the hundreds place? Which digit is in the ones place?
Example Question.... More Challenging
~ Nine-banded Armadillos are the only mammals in North America to have a hard “armored” shell. It has 4 toes on each of its two front feet and 5 toes on each of its two back feet. How many toes would 5 armadillos have? Write this number in expanded form.
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