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129 pages! ALL 3rd grade math CCSS addressed! This engaging and hands-on winter packet has it all, and can be used for morning work, independent practice/homework, partner or small group work, or math centers throughout the winter months. The specific standard(s) being addressed are written at the top of each printable page. The packet includes a variety of winter printables, templates, math activities, word problem task cards for all domains, interactive vocabulary flip organizers, a glossary of terms for vocabulary organizers, and an answer key.

This 129 page packet includes the following:
•Teacher suggestions and directions for activities
•8 vocabulary flip organizers
•Glossary for flip organizers
•Math templates (fraction strips, multiplication chart, number line chart, ruler with ¼ inch marks etc.)
•5 sets (10 pages) of word problem and critical thinking task cards

Operations and Algebraic Thinking
•Roll, Multiply, and Color (Roll two dice, multiply the factors, find the product, and color the picture.)
•Spin, Multiply, and Color (Spin two numbers, multiply the factors, find the product, and color the picture.)
•Holiday Candy Count (Multiplication as repeated addition and equal groups)
•Snowflake Multiplication (Completing multiplication equations and writing the missing factors or products; Students solve the winter joke.)
•Unwrapping Fact Families (2 pages – multiplication and division fact families)
•Winter Arrays (Writing winter arrays as multiplication equations and solving)

Number and Operations in Base Ten
•Mitten Rounding – Nearest Ten (Rounding numbers to nearest ten)
•Mitten Rounding – Nearest Hundred (Rounding numbers to nearest hundred)
•Mitten Rounding – Nearest Ten and Hundred (Color the mittens that have been rounded up and rounded down)
•Sweet Treats (Color the treat with the greater number and order the colored numbers from least to greatest.)
•Winter Hat Addition (2 and 3 digit addition problems with color key)
•Winter Hat Subtraction (2 and 3 digit subtraction problems with color key)
•How Many Lights? (Multiplying one digit whole numbers by multiples of ten)

Number and Operations – Fractions
•Show Me the Fraction! (Center activity; representing fractions in numerical form, with fraction strips, on a number line, as a set model, and area model)
•Peppermint Fractions (Naming fractional units and writing the fraction being represented)
•Snowball Fractions Sort (Cut-and-paste snowball fractions; determining whether each fraction is equivalent to zero, 1 half, or 1 whole)
•Ready for Winter (Coloring activity with key; Students use their fraction strip template to determine equivalent fractions.)
•Comparing Snowmen Fractions – Same Denominator (Students shade in and compare fractions using the correct symbols.)
•Comparing Snowmen Fractions – Same Numerator (Students shade in and compare fractions using the correct symbols.)
•Fractions on a Number Line – Page 1 (Students plot common fractions on number lines.)
•Fractions on a Number Line – Page 2 (Students refer to their number lines on page 1 to find equivalent fractions and compare fractions.)

Measurement and Data
•New Year Countdown (Telling time to the nearest minute and elapsed time word problems)
•Favorite Winter Activity (Interpreting a bar graph)
•Candy Heart Graphing (2 pages - Students create a bar graph that shows the numbers of different colored candy hearts. They interpret the data and create a question that can be answered looking at the graph.)
•Favorite Winter Treats (Interpreting pictographs)
•Toy Store Graphing (2 pages – Students create a pictograph that represents the numbers of different toys in a store. They interpret the data and write a question that can be answered looking at the pictograph.)
•Toy Store Measurements (Center activity; Students measure the lengths of toys to the nearest ¼ inch and plot the frequency of measurements on a line plot. They interpret the data.)
•Capacity Sort (2 pages, cut-and-paste snowball sort; Students determine which items should be measured in milliliters or liters)
•Grams or Kilograms? (2 pages, cut-and-paste snowball sort; Students determine whether items should be measured in grams or kilograms)
•Cups of Cocoa and Tea (Capacity word problems)
•Measurement Word Problems (Mass and capacity)
•Area and Perimeter Task Cards (Students determine the area and perimeter of various polygons, including L-shaped figures.)
•Bear’s Tree Project (Students determine the area of Bear’s pine tree, discuss the steps he took to create his picture, and answer questions.)
•Make Your Own Tree! (An extension of Bear’s Tree Project, students will create a pine tree using the square unit template. This will involve cutting, rearranging, and pasting whole and half square units on construction paper. They will also calculate the area of their tree and a classmate’s tree.)
•Holiday Photos (Students find the area and perimeter of framed holiday photos.)

Geometry
•Quadrilateral Sort (2 pages, cut-and-paste snowball shapes)
•Common Polygons (Students name and write down the number of sides and angles of each polygon. They will use this page to complete Which Present?)
•Which Present? (Students will determine which polygons from the previous page belong in which present, based on their attributes.)

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