3rd Grade Guided Math includes fifteen units covering all third grade math standards. The units included range from beginning the year with rounding and addition and subtraction, to ending the year with measurement. Your students will learn multiplication and division basics and then how to apply … [Read more...] about 3rd Grade Guided Math
I started developing these resources for third grade when Common Core was first introduced in my state. Our district told us we were no longer allowed to use our old textbooks and materials, because they were not aligned to the new standards. It was so hard to find resources that met the new … [Read more...] about Align Your Instruction to 3rd Grade Common Core Math with these six resources!
I created this skeletal system resource after struggling to find something like this for my own class. You can use the unit around Halloween time to make your own skeletons, or you can use it any time of year to teach about the skeletal system. This is one of my favorite fall … [Read more...] about Skeletal System
What do you do when all of your end of year testing is finished and you still have weeks to keep your students busy and learning?At the end of the year I always try to find ways to make the days go by faster! I love to buy a couple bottles of some cheap shaving cream and spray a little bit on all my … [Read more...] about End of year–shaving cream learning!
I really enjoyed working on this resource. Madagascar is a fascinating place---and is home to many fascinating creatures! Do your students think giraffes, lions, zebras and hippos live in Madagascar? Use this resource, full of high interest passages, to teach your students about the … [Read more...] about The Real Animals of Madagascar
My Common Core Math Centers are super versatile and can be used in so many ways to support your instruction! In this blog post, I will talk about the different ways I use these standards-aligned centers! I love to use them as independent practice in my students math notebooks and then … [Read more...] about How do you use your centers?