This binder was designed to help your Third Grade students with difficult math concepts. I created this for use in small group or one on one instruction. I will be adding to this binder throughout this year as it is a growing bundle. The binder is stacked with pages for differentiation to meet the needs of your students. You can use all of the pages or pick the ones that you need.
The binder is divided up into 11 sections:
*Number sense- breaking down numbers and understanding what numbers mean, counting, recogizing and identifying numbers, writing numerals, 10 more, 10 less & 20 More/Less
*Skip Counting -skip counting by 2's,3's,4's, 5's,6's,7's,8's,9's, 10's
*Place Value- Thousands, Hundreds, Tens and Ones number practice,expanded form practice and word form practice. Write It! Draw It! Build It! Strategies, Expanded Form, Roll a Number
*Addition Strategies~ Zero's the name, Addition Allie, Addition with Regrouping, Without Regrouping, Number Line, Three Digit Addition, Two digit Addition
*Subtraction Strategies~ Subtraction Sam, Number Line is All Mine, Three and Two Digit Subtraction, Counting Up
*Rounding Strategies~ Rounding Ryan, Rounding Practice Pages
*Counting Coins~ Coin posters, coin match ups, individual counting mats, individual coin counting, combination coin counting, and more!
*Telling Time~ Students have a variety of ways to practice telling time and a fun little story to go along with your intervention groups!
*Word Problems~Students practice word problems with teacher guidance
*Multiplication~ Multiplication Mary, Anchor Chart,Multiplication Group Anchor Chart and Practice Pages, Arrays Practice Pages, Multiplication Tic Tac Toe, Spin and Multiply, Multiplication with a deck of cards, Model Multiplication
*Division- Division Dan, Anchor Charts for using models, Division Models, Division Tic Tac Toe, Practice Pages, Spin and Divide
*Fractions~ Fraction Anchor Chart, See It! Draw It, See It! Write It! Comparing Fractions More coming!
Data sheets are also included!
I will be adding other topics and more intervention strategies to the sections already provided!
If you have ANY questions, please e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org!
Thank you so much!