No Prep 3rd Grade Math Sub Plans- Print & Digital Bundle

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I used this at the beginning of the year with my 4th graders when I needed to be out. Great review for them.
This is a great resource to use when you need to prepare a sub binder in advance of taking off of school.

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    Editable Seating Charts, Student Profiles & Substitute Word of the Day


    Don’t miss this 3rd grade sub plans bundle! Due to teacher demand, these No Prep 3rd Grade Math Sub Plans- Print + Google Bundle have been compiled from all of the math lessons from my 3rd Grade Ready To Go Sub Plans. These are the perfect 3rd grade math lessons to use for a sub or anytime your students need some extra 3rd grade math practice!

    ***Please note:  This is not brand new content, but simply a re-organization of the already created sub plans, for teachers who do not need any other subjects. If you have already purchased my 3rd Grade Sub Plans Bundle with all subjects, do not purchase this. Click here to check out my FULL Emergency Sub Plans 3rd Grade Bundle Print + Google with all subjects.

    Be sure to read to the end of this listing to learn more about the over $20 in bonuses included with your purchase!

    What is included in these 3rd Grade Math Sub Plans?

    Each lesson in the 3rd grade math sub plans is simple enough for the sub to follow but will engage your students in authentic learning …and not just busy work. Each lesson plan has a section for teacher notes at the bottom for any notes you’d like to leave for the sub (or for the sub to leave you notes!) All the graphic organizers, activities, or worksheets needed to complete every lesson are included. Topics include:

    • 10 Math Review Sheets: 5 at a 2nd grade level for the beginning of the year and review and 5 that cover a variety of 3rd grade standards
    • 5 Ready-To-Go Math Lessons: The lesson topics include word problems for the four operations, time to the minute, quadrilaterals, rounding to the nearest 10 and 100, graphs and line plot

    All that’s left to do is make copies of the student pages…. Or opt to use the digital Google Slides versions which are ready to go with text boxes and movable pieces in ALL-DIGITAL format. 

    In addition to the 3rd grade math lessons, the following student activities are also included so you won’t have to worry about the sub running out of things to do.

    • Brain Breaks that can be used to help break up the day 
    • Art Activity to help get creative juices flowing and fill time as-needed
    • Interactive Notebook covering a topic from one of the lesson plans- printable + digital options!
    • Educational Game covering one of the lesson topics- printable card game + digital game with moveable pieces!
    • Just Add a Task Board Game All that’s left to do is add a task- such as a spelling or vocab list or math flash cards. It can also be played just for fun without a task. Color and B&W printable versions AND a digital version with movable pieces
    • Digital BINGO Game with movable pieces! The BINGO includes content from the other lessons during the day

    Extras to make 3rd grade math sub-planning EASY FOR YOU! 

    • Copies for Students Page for the printable versions No guesswork because this page lists what pages need to be copied for you or your sub’s convenience
    • Digital versions include separate substitute and teacher Google Drive links for EASY assigning to students 
    • Sub Planning Tips for 1:1 Classroom OR Virtual Sub Plans so no matter what reason you need digital sub plans, you know how to best utilize these plans
    • Tips for using Google Slides in OTHER DIGITAL platforms so you can use these sub plans EVEN IF you don’t use Google Classroom
    • Sub Tub Organization Tips so you can get your physical sub tub organized in a jiffy
    • Print-and-go Thank You Cards so your sub knows that you appreciate them and likely come back to your classroom
    • How Did Your Day Go? Substitute Notes Form so you’ll more than likely get detailed notes from your substitute (print + digital options!) 
    • Substitute Punch Cards make a great behavior management tool special JUST for substitutes!
    • Binder Cover and Spines to get your master-copy binder organized
    • Answer Keys & Worksheet Guides for ALL worksheets & graphic organizers so even if your sub doesn’t know the answers, they have something to refer to (and in the digital version, the answer keys are NOT inside the student document- so there will be no accidentally assigning students the answer key on our watch  

    And last, but certainly not least, this comprehensive emergency sub plans 3rd grade math resource also includes editable forms to fill out in the same document as the lesson plans so you can customize your sub plans to perfectly fit YOUR classroom!

    • Substitute Plan Outline: A complete editable outline for your entire day! It has been filled out but you may customize it to suit your needs
    • Technology Instructions: These pages are available for you to give your sub tips for 1:1 tech instruction OR virtual lessons
    • Additional Notes for the Substitute: Any other notes you’d like to make to the substitute here in the PowerPoint since everything else is in PDF format
    • School Schedule: To make sure your sub knows when to use each lesson
    • Classroom Info Form: To give your sub the important info they need at their fingertips
    • Class List Template: EVERY sub we have talked to has told us that this is a MUST!

    BONUSES INCLUDED! Get $25 in bonuses with your 3rd grade math sub plans purchase, including editable Seating Charts (print & Google Slides versions), Student Profiles (print & Google Slides versions) & Word of the Day Substitute Management. We may not include these bonuses forever, so purchase NOW and download your bonuses so you don't miss it! 

    Need another subject? Check out our other Sub Plans 3rd Grade Departmentalized Versions now available!

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    to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
    Tell and write time to the nearest minute and measure time intervals in minutes. Solve word problems involving addition and subtraction of time intervals in minutes, e.g., by representing the problem on a number line diagram.
    Draw a scaled picture graph and a scaled bar graph to represent a data set with several categories. Solve one- and two-step “how many more” and “how many less” problems using information presented in scaled bar graphs. For example, draw a bar graph in which each square in the bar graph might represent 5 pets.
    Use place value understanding to round whole numbers to the nearest 10 or 100.
    Use multiplication and division within 100 to solve word problems in situations involving equal groups, arrays, and measurement quantities, e.g., by using drawings and equations with a symbol for the unknown number to represent the problem.
    Fluently multiply and divide within 100, using strategies such as the relationship between multiplication and division (e.g., knowing that 8 × 5 = 40, one knows 40 ÷ 5 = 8) or properties of operations. By the end of Grade 3, know from memory all products of two one-digit numbers.


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