3 Effective Ways to Teach Geometry Vocabulary

If you’ve ever taken geometry from elementary school to college, you know that there’s a lot of geometry vocabulary that must be learned.  Think about all the geometry vocabulary for the names of the shapes,…

Reviewing Area and Perimeter with 3 Fun Ways

Are you looking for some new ideas for reviewing the area and perimeter? You’ve come to the right place! In this post, I’ll show you a few different activities I use for reviewing area and…

How I Taught Equivalent Fractions

I previously blogged about how I taught my third graders to compare fractions using bar models, number lines and fractions strips.  But what about equivalent fractions?  I used the same bar models, number lines and…

Multiplication Practice Made Fun and Easy

Have any students who are STILL stuck on their 2s and 3s? or 4s multiplication facts?  Is multiplication practice something they don’t want to do? Do they whine that multiplication practice is boring? Are you…

Math Tip Monday December Keeping Math Meaningful

Do your students dread the multi-step word problems?  Do they even know that it is a 2 step word problem?  Join the club.  I refer to these kinds of problems as CURVE BALLS. You’re expecting…

How to Teach Algebraic Thinking with the Distributive Property

Last year was the first year I had to teach under the Common Core math standards.  Under the Common Core standards for third grade math is this doozy of a standard:  CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.3.OA.B.5  Teaching the Distributive Property…

Math Tip Monday October: Addition and Subtraction Facts Grade 3

By third grade we hope that most of our third graders know most of their addition and subtraction facts from memory.  But usually they don’t.  So do we spend precious math time drilling and killing…

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