Array Town shows 6 different real-life arrays in the buildings windows', stars, flowers and trees in a park. Part 1 has students locating all the arrays, writing a repeated addition sentences and a matching multiplication sentence. Part 2 requires
With a partner, take turns choosing a problem. Each player will calculate the sum, and simplify if possible. If you correctly answer the problem, mark the space as your square. If you answer incorrectly, and your partner answers correctly then
With a partner, take turns choosing a problem. Each player will calculate the difference, and simplify if possible. If you correctly answer the problem, mark the space as your square. If you answer incorrectly, and your partner answers correctly
Students will subtract across 0's to find difference in 2 bingo boards at the bottom of the page.
On the first page students will subtract 3 digit and 3 digit numbers or 3 digit and 2 digit numbers. The second page has students subtracting 4
Use these addition and subtraction word problems for a tic-tac-toe game! Split the class into two teams -- X's and O's. It is important for the students to recognize the key words for finding the sums and differences.
Students will play multiples of 10 bingo by solving all 24 problems on their individual bingo board. Once all students have finished, the products will be called for students to try and get bingo. There are 6 different bingo boards.
Students will change 3-digit numbers by mentally adding 10 (10 more) and 100 (100 more) and by subtracting 10 (10 less) and 100 (100 less). Poke a small hole in the middle of the spinner on both sides prior to the activity.
Students will spin the
The 'Adding 0, 1 and 2 Game' is an activity used to help students practice their fluency in 0-2 addition facts.
Students will be given:
a game board (downloaded)
an addition number sentence worksheet (downloaded)
a die (preferably 1-9)
This is a great way to review addition and subtraction word problems. There are 3 different categories (stories about separating, stories about joining, and stories about comparing) with 4 different problems. Set it up like a Jeopardy game and
Domino Addition is a fun twist to practice adding two 2-digit numbers with and without regrouping! Students will chose 2 dominoes and then draw the picture that represents the dominoes on the handout. Finally, the sum will be calculated! T
A series of task cards and a recording sheet are provided for students to solve problems where they must calculate the perimeter of the rectangle or find the length/width given the other length/width and perimeter. Also, there are real world
A great activity for practicing multiplication with 2-digit by 1-digit multiplication problems.
Compete against another player to get the highest product! A player rolls the three dice, and selects any 2 of the 3 numbers to create a 2-digit
3rd grade students practice the distributive property in an area model with the visual use of chocolate bars. This can be a very hard skill for students, but using the chocolate bar and the idea that they can share the candy bar with a friend makes
Students are given menu items for each grouping of questions. Using the listed menu items, students will read the word problems and solve. Take this a step further by getting menus from local restaurants and have students create their own real