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Jennifer Valentine

3rd Grade Math

Gallego Basic Elementary School

Tucson, AZ

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View all Master TeachersUnit 3 - Multiplication(11 Lessons)

Unit 1 - 1st Week: Getting to Know Each Other Through Graphs (6 Lessons)

Unit 2 - Addition and Subtraction(8 Lessons)

Unit 3 - Multiplication(11 Lessons)

Unit 4 - Introduction to Basic Division(6 Lessons)

Unit 5 - Division in Context(3 Lessons)

Unit 6 - Time(11 Lessons)

Unit 7 - Rounding (7 Lessons)

Unit 8 - Place Value Practice(5 Lessons)

Unit 9 - Fractions (9 Lessons)

Unit 10 - Math and Me: Nutrition, Health and More(7 Lessons)

Unit 11 - Geometry in Architecture(9 Lessons)

Unit 12 - Time Cycle 2(5 Lessons)

Unit 13 - Patterns in Math(5 Lessons)

Unit 14 - Area and Perimeter(8 Lessons)

Unit 15 - Solving Mult-Step Word Problems Using the Four Operations(6 Lessons)

Unit 16 - Musical Fractions(5 Lessons)

Unit 17 - Volcanoes (Data Collection, Graphs, Addition & Subtraction)(6 Lessons)

Tubing Tens - Cool Off with an Imaginary River Adventure

3rd Grade Math

» Unit:

Multiplication

Big Idea:If you know how to count by tens, you can solve multiplication problems in which ten is a factor.

12 Resources

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12 Resources

18 Favorites

Tubing Tens - Create a Story

3rd Grade Math

» Unit:

Multiplication

Big Idea:Drawing pictures can help you learn and practice basic multiplication facts.

19 Resources

11 Favorites

19 Resources

11 Favorites

African Amphibians - Review Multiplying by Ones & Twos While Learning Fun Facts About Frogs

3rd Grade Math

» Unit:

Multiplication

Big Idea:Much of what you learn is built upon the foundation of that which you already know.

14 Resources

18 Favorites

14 Resources

18 Favorites

Open Number Lines - Just the Basics

3rd Grade Math

» Unit:

Multiplication

Big Idea:Open number lines are a model for mathematical thinking that can be used in multiplication and division, as well as addition and subtraction.

14 Resources

11 Favorites

14 Resources

11 Favorites

Open Number Line - Decomposed Factors

3rd Grade Math

» Unit:

Multiplication

Big Idea:Open number lines are a model for mathematical thinking that can be used in multiplication and division, as well as addition and subtraction.

12 Resources

8 Favorites

12 Resources

8 Favorites

Swimming Swamp Monkeys - Using an Open Number Line to Solve Word Problems

3rd Grade Math

» Unit:

Multiplication

Big Idea:Open number lines are another tool that can be used to make models to solve multiplication story word problems.

15 Resources

21 Favorites

15 Resources

21 Favorites

Commutative - Concrete Representations

3rd Grade Math

» Unit:

Multiplication

Big Idea:Students are able to illustrate the commutative property and articulate the differences and similarities between two models demonstrating the same pair of facts.

19 Resources

11 Favorites

19 Resources

11 Favorites

Fun with Four: Decomposing to Known Factors of 1, 2, and 5

3rd Grade Math

» Unit:

Multiplication

Big Idea:Students act as problem solvers to take an unknown fact and solve it by breaking it down into pieces that are known.

15 Resources

13 Favorites

15 Resources

13 Favorites

Counting Clams - A Tidal Flat Adventure

3rd Grade Math

» Unit:

Multiplication

Big Idea:Mathematics has an important role in the real world outside of school. Scientists use multiplication to estimate animal populations.

16 Resources

23 Favorites

16 Resources

23 Favorites

Monster Math

3rd Grade Math

» Unit:

Multiplication

Big Idea:Close reading skills are needed in math, too!

28 Resources

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28 Resources

93 Favorites

The Video Game Model of Adding

3rd Grade Math

» Unit:

Multiplication

Big Idea:Video games often dole out points in groups of 25, 50 and 100 because they are easy numbers to multiply. Practice with patterns of 5 and 10 apply directly to understanding patterns with 50 and 100.

17 Resources

8 Favorites

17 Resources

8 Favorites