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Third Grade Measurement Standards: measurement centers, pictographs & bar graphs, measuring to the quarter inch, line plots, area & perimeter

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Please note:

This is a GROWING bundle… it is NOT yet complete!

(You get immediate access to the completed materials, at a discounted rate, and you’ll get FREE access to updates and future materials as they are added.)

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This is a growing measurement bundle for teaching ALL of the third grade Common Core measurement concepts. It will cover ALL of the third grade MD measurement standards from 3.MD.1-7, including:

Measurement Centers (all MD standards) (INCLUDED)

EIGHT hands- on, problem solving sets of activities:

- time 3.MD.A.1

- liquid capacity 3.MD.A.2

- mass 3.MD.A.2

- pictograph/ bar graph 3.MD.B.3

- line plot 3.MD.B.4

- 2 area centers 3.MD.C.5-6 and 3.MD.C.7

- perimeter 3.MD.D.8

Also includes:

- writing pages for word problems, explanations, etc.

- answer key

- Common Core standards

Measurement Assessments (INCLUDED)

-one page math assessments for each standard: 11 different assessment pages total. (3.MD.C.5a and b are combined on one page)

-answer keys for each math assessment page.

-student recording sheets: printable, kid-friendly pages where students can color in the standard and write the date they mastered it.

-printable, student-friendly standards: all of the math standards written out on kid-friendly pages with matching borders.

3.MD.1: Time (COMING SOON)

3.MD.2: Masses and Volume (COMING SOON)

3.MD.3: Bar Graphs & Pictographs (INCLUDED)

*Reading Bar Graphs:

-what a bar graph is and why we use them

-reading the title and labels of a bar graph

-understanding a bar graph scale

-interpreting bar graphs when the scale is other than one

-reading and understanding 'half' bars in a bar graph

-finding how many in each category

-strategies for answering addition and subtraction questions based on the bar graph data

*Making Bar Graphs:

-making a six category bar graph

-making a single scale (one square equals one data point) bar graph

-making a bar graph with other scales (one square equals two votes)

-labeling bar graphs

-aligning the columns in a bar graph

*Bar Graph Practice and Problems

*Reading Pictographs:

-what a pictograph is and why we use them

-reading the title and labels of a pictograph

-understanding a pictograph key

-interpreting pictographs when one picture equals more than one

-reading and understanding 'half' pictures in a pictograph

-finding how many in each category

-strategies for answering one step addition and subtraction questions based on the pictograph data

*Making Pictographs

-making a six category pictograph

-making a single scale (one picture equals one data point) pictograph

-making a pictograph with other scales (one picture equals two votes)

-labeling pictographs

-aligning the pictures in a pictograph

*Pictograph Practice and Problems

3.MD.4: Measurement & Line Plots (INCLUDED)

-measuring length to the nearest whole inch

-measuring length to the nearest half inch

-why we include whole inches when measuring to the nearest half inch

-measuring length to the nearest quarter inch

-why we include half and whole inches when measuring to the nearest quarter inch

-measurement reteaching lesson/ activity/ worksheets

-measurement enrichment lesson/ activity/ worksheet

-five different line plot activities to help students transition from concrete information to fully understanding line plots

-how to title and label line plots

-how to plot information on a line plot

3.MD.5-6: Understanding Area(INCLUDED)

-What is area?

-Measuring 2D vs. measuring length or volume

-Using square inches, feet, centimeters, and meters to measure area

-Unit square concepts

-Counting unit squares to find area

3.MD.7a: Measuring Area (INCLUDED)

-tiling rectangles and counting the squares to find the area

-why we multiply to find the area of a rectangle

-practice multiplying to find the area of a rectangle

-writing addition and multiplication equations for area

-an entire section full of reteaching and support materials for struggling students

3.MD.7b: Multiplication & Area (INCLUDED)

-connecting rows and columns in a multiplication array to the concept of factors and products

-connecting factors and products to finding the area of a rectangle

-multiplying to find the area/ product

-beginning understandings of finding the factors when given a product

-solving real world and mathematical problems with multiplying to find the area of a rectangle

-problem solving with areas as products

3.MD.7c: The Distributive Property (INCLUDED)

-breaking down one product before multiplying

-using the area model to understand and explain the Distributive Property

-writing equations: a x (b+c) = (axb) + (axc)

-comparing different decomposition methods

-applying the Distributive Property to learning/ understanding multiplication facts

3.MD.7d: Composing & Decomposing Area (INCLUDED)

-understanding that area is additive

-putting two rectangles together and finding the total area

-breaking apart composite shapes into rectangles and finding the area

-writing equations using the rectangle dimensions (axb)+(cxd)

-writing addition equations for area

-problem solving with area

3.MD.8: Area & Perimeter (INCLUDED)

-what perimeter is

-how to add the sides to find the perimeter of a polygon

-writing equations for perimeter

-finding the missing side when given the perimeter

-real world perimeter problems

-mathematical perimeter problems

-how to make rectangles with the same area and different perimeters

-how to make rectangles with the same perimeter and different areas

-hands- on practice for both types of area and perimeter problems

-real world problems to solve for both types of area and perimeter problems

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Every lesson is differentiated with support and challenge ideas. You'll also find lots of higher order thinking questions to help students truly understand the concepts.

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You'll get:

-detailed lesson plans

-a checklist of materials and prep for every lesson

-differentiation support and challenge ideas for every lesson

-colorful, engaging, and CLEAR slides to help students see the concepts

-engaging, hands-on activities to get kids interacting with the concepts

-games for practice and building fluency

-exit tickets

-an assessment checklist to help you track data

-vocabulary cards

-end of the unit assessment and answer key

-all the answers are included- either in the lesson plans or on a key

-printable student pages to keep kids engaged during the lesson and working on the material as they go

-Common Core standards

-engaging, higher order thinking questions in every lesson

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Click here to purchase this product as part of a third grade math mega bundle.

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***************************************************************************

Please note:

This is a GROWING bundle… it is NOT yet complete!

(You get immediate access to the completed materials, at a discounted rate, and you’ll get FREE access to updates and future materials as they are added.)

***************************************************************************

This is a growing measurement bundle for teaching ALL of the third grade Common Core measurement concepts. It will cover ALL of the third grade MD measurement standards from 3.MD.1-7, including:

Measurement Centers (all MD standards) (INCLUDED)

EIGHT hands- on, problem solving sets of activities:

- time 3.MD.A.1

- liquid capacity 3.MD.A.2

- mass 3.MD.A.2

- pictograph/ bar graph 3.MD.B.3

- line plot 3.MD.B.4

- 2 area centers 3.MD.C.5-6 and 3.MD.C.7

- perimeter 3.MD.D.8

Also includes:

- writing pages for word problems, explanations, etc.

- answer key

- Common Core standards

Measurement Assessments (INCLUDED)

-one page math assessments for each standard: 11 different assessment pages total. (3.MD.C.5a and b are combined on one page)

-answer keys for each math assessment page.

-student recording sheets: printable, kid-friendly pages where students can color in the standard and write the date they mastered it.

-printable, student-friendly standards: all of the math standards written out on kid-friendly pages with matching borders.

3.MD.1: Time (COMING SOON)

3.MD.2: Masses and Volume (COMING SOON)

3.MD.3: Bar Graphs & Pictographs (INCLUDED)

*Reading Bar Graphs:

-what a bar graph is and why we use them

-reading the title and labels of a bar graph

-understanding a bar graph scale

-interpreting bar graphs when the scale is other than one

-reading and understanding 'half' bars in a bar graph

-finding how many in each category

-strategies for answering addition and subtraction questions based on the bar graph data

*Making Bar Graphs:

-making a six category bar graph

-making a single scale (one square equals one data point) bar graph

-making a bar graph with other scales (one square equals two votes)

-labeling bar graphs

-aligning the columns in a bar graph

*Bar Graph Practice and Problems

*Reading Pictographs:

-what a pictograph is and why we use them

-reading the title and labels of a pictograph

-understanding a pictograph key

-interpreting pictographs when one picture equals more than one

-reading and understanding 'half' pictures in a pictograph

-finding how many in each category

-strategies for answering one step addition and subtraction questions based on the pictograph data

*Making Pictographs

-making a six category pictograph

-making a single scale (one picture equals one data point) pictograph

-making a pictograph with other scales (one picture equals two votes)

-labeling pictographs

-aligning the pictures in a pictograph

*Pictograph Practice and Problems

3.MD.4: Measurement & Line Plots (INCLUDED)

-measuring length to the nearest whole inch

-measuring length to the nearest half inch

-why we include whole inches when measuring to the nearest half inch

-measuring length to the nearest quarter inch

-why we include half and whole inches when measuring to the nearest quarter inch

-measurement reteaching lesson/ activity/ worksheets

-measurement enrichment lesson/ activity/ worksheet

-five different line plot activities to help students transition from concrete information to fully understanding line plots

-how to title and label line plots

-how to plot information on a line plot

3.MD.5-6: Understanding Area(INCLUDED)

-What is area?

-Measuring 2D vs. measuring length or volume

-Using square inches, feet, centimeters, and meters to measure area

-Unit square concepts

-Counting unit squares to find area

3.MD.7a: Measuring Area (INCLUDED)

-tiling rectangles and counting the squares to find the area

-why we multiply to find the area of a rectangle

-practice multiplying to find the area of a rectangle

-writing addition and multiplication equations for area

-an entire section full of reteaching and support materials for struggling students

3.MD.7b: Multiplication & Area (INCLUDED)

-connecting rows and columns in a multiplication array to the concept of factors and products

-connecting factors and products to finding the area of a rectangle

-multiplying to find the area/ product

-beginning understandings of finding the factors when given a product

-solving real world and mathematical problems with multiplying to find the area of a rectangle

-problem solving with areas as products

3.MD.7c: The Distributive Property (INCLUDED)

-breaking down one product before multiplying

-using the area model to understand and explain the Distributive Property

-writing equations: a x (b+c) = (axb) + (axc)

-comparing different decomposition methods

-applying the Distributive Property to learning/ understanding multiplication facts

3.MD.7d: Composing & Decomposing Area (INCLUDED)

-understanding that area is additive

-putting two rectangles together and finding the total area

-breaking apart composite shapes into rectangles and finding the area

-writing equations using the rectangle dimensions (axb)+(cxd)

-writing addition equations for area

-problem solving with area

3.MD.8: Area & Perimeter (INCLUDED)

-what perimeter is

-how to add the sides to find the perimeter of a polygon

-writing equations for perimeter

-finding the missing side when given the perimeter

-real world perimeter problems

-mathematical perimeter problems

-how to make rectangles with the same area and different perimeters

-how to make rectangles with the same perimeter and different areas

-hands- on practice for both types of area and perimeter problems

-real world problems to solve for both types of area and perimeter problems

***************************************************************************

Every lesson is differentiated with support and challenge ideas. You'll also find lots of higher order thinking questions to help students truly understand the concepts.

***************************************************************************

You'll get:

-detailed lesson plans

-a checklist of materials and prep for every lesson

-differentiation support and challenge ideas for every lesson

-colorful, engaging, and CLEAR slides to help students see the concepts

-engaging, hands-on activities to get kids interacting with the concepts

-games for practice and building fluency

-exit tickets

-an assessment checklist to help you track data

-vocabulary cards

-end of the unit assessment and answer key

-all the answers are included- either in the lesson plans or on a key

-printable student pages to keep kids engaged during the lesson and working on the material as they go

-Common Core standards

-engaging, higher order thinking questions in every lesson

***************************************************************************

Click here to purchase this product as part of a third grade math mega bundle.

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