## Kahoot

## January 22nd

Multiplication and Division Drill

Advanced X and Division Drills

3 X 2 Multiplication

Multiplication and Division Fact Family

Advanced X and Division Drills

3 X 2 Multiplication

Multiplication and Division Fact Family

## Reflex Math

Student Username: mdickUPES

Class: Third Grade 2017/2018

Reflex Link: www.reflexmath.com/

Directions for Computer Access: Go to the Reflex link and click the Login button. Then, type in mdickUPES and click on your student's name. Then, your student will need to use his/her unique password to access the program. While your student works, it's important that they keep at it until they get the GREEN LIGHT! Don't let students change games too frequently. This will slow them down.

***There is also a Reflex Math App that you can use at home with your students if there is a tablet accessible. It does not work well on phones. IPads or computers with the latest flash player work best.

Class: Third Grade 2017/2018

Reflex Link: www.reflexmath.com/

Directions for Computer Access: Go to the Reflex link and click the Login button. Then, type in mdickUPES and click on your student's name. Then, your student will need to use his/her unique password to access the program. While your student works, it's important that they keep at it until they get the GREEN LIGHT! Don't let students change games too frequently. This will slow them down.

***There is also a Reflex Math App that you can use at home with your students if there is a tablet accessible. It does not work well on phones. IPads or computers with the latest flash player work best.

## Edulastic

## Mathematics-Numbers, Numbers, Numbers

## Problem Solving Strategies

For Math Practice, check out WootMath. This site is designed to help students further their math skills. All students have usernames and passwords. They are the same ones that they use here at school to access AR tests, STAR tests, etc.

## Time

## Long Division

## Lattice Method, Partial Products, Area Models

Lattice Method-How to multiply large numbers using a fun method

Partial Products-Why it works

Area Models-How do you use them?

Multiplication Word Problems

Partial Products-Why it works

Area Models-How do you use them?

Multiplication Word Problems

## Angles, Lines, Points, RAys

Acute Angle-Less than 90 degrees

Obtuse Angle-Greater than 90 degrees

Right Angle-Exactly 90 degrees

Line-A line keeps going on and on in both directions

Line Segment-A line segment has two endpoint that keep the line from continuing on and on

Ray-An line with one end point and one arrow. A ray keeps going on and on in one direction only.

Parallel Lines-Parallel lines will never intersect.

Perpendicular Lines-Perpendicular lines intersect at 90 degree angles.

Intersecting Lines-Intersecting lines cross at angles that are above or below 90 degrees.

Obtuse Angle-Greater than 90 degrees

Right Angle-Exactly 90 degrees

Line-A line keeps going on and on in both directions

Line Segment-A line segment has two endpoint that keep the line from continuing on and on

Ray-An line with one end point and one arrow. A ray keeps going on and on in one direction only.

Parallel Lines-Parallel lines will never intersect.

Perpendicular Lines-Perpendicular lines intersect at 90 degree angles.

Intersecting Lines-Intersecting lines cross at angles that are above or below 90 degrees.

## Area and Perimeter

Area-The space inside a closed figure, or shape.

PeRIMeter-The distance around a figure, or shape.

PeRIMeter-The distance around a figure, or shape.

## Fractions

Numerator-The number of shaded parts

Denominator-The total number of equal parts in a whole

Equal Parts of a whole-each piece of a whole is the same size

Equivalent Fractions-the same amount of two fractions is shaded in

Improper Fractions- the numerator is larger than the denominator

Mixed Numbers- mixed numbers have both a whole number and a fraction

WRITING FRACTIONS

IDENTIFYING FRACTIONS

FRACTIONS OF WHOLE

EQUIVALENT FRACTIONS

ADDING TO A WHOLE

Denominator-The total number of equal parts in a whole

Equal Parts of a whole-each piece of a whole is the same size

Equivalent Fractions-the same amount of two fractions is shaded in

Improper Fractions- the numerator is larger than the denominator

Mixed Numbers- mixed numbers have both a whole number and a fraction

**FRACTION PRACTICE**WRITING FRACTIONS

IDENTIFYING FRACTIONS

FRACTIONS OF WHOLE

EQUIVALENT FRACTIONS

ADDING TO A WHOLE

## Measurement

## Division

## Multiplication!

We will begin multiplication by exploring arrays, skip counting, and number sentences. Here is a PDF for printable flashcards to practice with your student.

FLASHCARDS

WORD PROBLEMS WITH MULTIPLICATION QUIZ

FLASHCARDS

WORD PROBLEMS WITH MULTIPLICATION QUIZ

Practice Resources

MULTIPLICATION ASSIGNMENT DEC. 13th and 14th!

Rewriting Addition to Multiplication

Writing Multiplication Number Sentences

Multiplication Drills

Understanding Multiplying by 10s and 100s

Understanding Multiplying by 10s

2 Digit by 1 Digit

3 Digit by 1 Digit

2 Digit by 2 Digit

MULTIPLICATION ASSIGNMENT DEC. 13th and 14th!

Rewriting Addition to Multiplication

Writing Multiplication Number Sentences

Multiplication Drills

Understanding Multiplying by 10s and 100s

Understanding Multiplying by 10s

2 Digit by 1 Digit

3 Digit by 1 Digit

2 Digit by 2 Digit

## Chapter 5: Using bar models: Addition and Subtraction

__BAR MODEL__A MODEL MADE OF HORIZONTAL BARS USED TO REPRESENT PARTS AND WHOLES IN A PROBLEM.

Bar Modeling Poster Questions

Bar Modeling: Addition and Subtraction Test Questions

Review of Chpts 3-5

## Chapters 3 & 4: addition and Subtraction up to 10,000

These two chapters will cover addition and subtraction up to 4 digits.

THE ANSWER IN AN ADDITION PROBLEM

TO USE PLACE VALUE TO CHANGE 10 ONES INTO 1 TEN,, 10 TENS, INTO 1 HUNDRED, 10 HUNDREDS INTO 1 THOUSAND, AND SO ON, AND VICE VERSA

THE ANSWER IN A SUBTRACTION PROBLEM

4 Digit + 4 Digit

Word Problems with Multiple Addends

4 Digit - 4 Digit

Word Problems with Multiple Subtrahends

Subtraction Across Zeros

Multi Step Problems

Add and Subtract

Subtract and Add

In Class Assignment # 1 (Subtraction Across Zeros & Word Problems)

In Class Assignment # 2 (Subtraction Word Problems)

In Class Assignment # 3 (Subtraction Word Problems)

MATH REVIEW

__SUM__THE ANSWER IN AN ADDITION PROBLEM

__REGROUP__TO USE PLACE VALUE TO CHANGE 10 ONES INTO 1 TEN,, 10 TENS, INTO 1 HUNDRED, 10 HUNDREDS INTO 1 THOUSAND, AND SO ON, AND VICE VERSA

__DIFFERENCE__THE ANSWER IN A SUBTRACTION PROBLEM

__Practice Resources__4 Digit + 4 Digit

Word Problems with Multiple Addends

4 Digit - 4 Digit

Word Problems with Multiple Subtrahends

Subtraction Across Zeros

Multi Step Problems

Add and Subtract

Subtract and Add

__MATH ASSIGNMENT OCT. 10th & 11th__In Class Assignment # 1 (Subtraction Across Zeros & Word Problems)

In Class Assignment # 2 (Subtraction Word Problems)

In Class Assignment # 3 (Subtraction Word Problems)

MATH REVIEW

## Chapter 2: Mental Math & Estimation

This chapter will teach students mental math strategies to help them add, subtract, and estimate in their head.

**ROUNDED**2,476 IS 2,500 WHEN ROUNDED TO THE NEAREST HUNDRED

****Five and above, give it a shove. Four and below, don't let it grow!

**REASONABLE**AN ESTIMATED ANSWER IS REASONABLE WHEN IT IS CLOSE TO THE ACTUAL ANSWER

**ESTIMATE**A NUMBER CLOSE TO THE EXACT NUMBER

**OVERESTIMATE**AN ESTIMATED ANSWER THAT IS GREATER THAN THE ACTUAL SUM

**LEADING DIGIT**THE DIGIT IN A GIVEN NUMBER WITH THE GREATEST PLACE VALUE

**FRONT-END ESTIMATION**ESTIMATION THAT USES THE LEADING DIGITS TO ESTIMATE THE SUM AND DIFFERENCE

__Practice Resources__

Rounding to the Nearest 10

Rounding to the Nearest 100

Rounding to Nearest 10s and 100s

Rounding Practice

Estimating Products

CHALLENGE SECTION

Rounding Within 1 Million

Determining Rounding Amounts

IN-CLASS ASSIGNMENTS

Rounding Practice Assignment #1

ROUNDING REVIEW Day 1

ROUNDING REVIEW Day 2

__MATH REVIEW__## CHAPTER 1: NUMBERS TO 10,OOO

This chapter will explore counting, place value, and comparing and ordering numbers. Below is the vocabulary for the chapter.

__WORD FORM__TWO THOUSAND, FOUR HUNDRED AND SEVENTY-EIGHT IS THE WORD FORM OF 2, 478.

__STANDARD FORM__2,478 IS THE STANDARD FORM OF 2,478

__DIGIT__*NUMBERS ARE MADE UP OF DIGITS!

IN THE NUMBER 2,478 THE DIGITS ARE 2, 4, 7, AND 8.

__PLACE-VALUE CHART__A TABLE OR GRID SHOWING THE PLACE VALUE OF EACH DIGIT IN A NUMBER.

__EXPANDED FORM__2,000+400+70+8 IS THE EXPANDED FORM OF 2,478

__RULE__AN OPERATION THAT RELATES CONSECUTIVE NUMBERS IN A NUMBER LINE OR SEQUENCE

**NUMBER LINE**

__GREATER THAN__REPRESENTING A LARGER QUANTITY 2,000

**>**1,000

**LESS THAN**REPRESENTING A SMALLER QUANTITY 1,000 < 2,000

__LEAST__REPRESENTING THE SMALLEST QUANTITY

__GREATEST__REPRESENTING THE HIGHEST QUANTITY

__Practice Resources__Determining Value using Base 10 Blocks

Understanding Place Value

Making Numbers with Base Ten Blocks

Skip Counting (5s, 10s, 100s)

Place Value Game

**Addition Within 1,000**

Solving Mixed Problems

Four digit + Four Digit

Word Problems with Addition

Subtraction 2 digit - 2 digit

Subtracting Across Zero

Subtraction 4 digit - 4 digit

Word Problems with Subtraction