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#### Finding Start Time with a Numberline

Third graders determine the start time on a number line, given the elapsed time and end time.

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#### Finding Elapsed Time

Third graders read word problems to determine the elapsed time, given the start and end time.

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#### Finding Starting Time

Third graders read word problems to determine the start time, given the elapsed time and end time.

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#### Reading an Analog Clock (1 Minute Increments)

Third graders read analog clocks and tell time to the nearest minute. AM and PM do not matter in this exercise.

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#### Identifying Time Phrases

Quarter to seven. Noon. Five after three. These are a few examples of the time phrases learners must identify. Most of the times to not indicate AM or PM; however, noon and midnight should be identified appropriately.

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#### Reading an Analog Clock (5 Minute Increments)

Second and third graders practice reading analog clocks to the nearest five minutes.

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#### Creating Area and Perimeter Rectangles

Third graders are challenged to draw their own rectangles given a specific area or perimeter. There are no examples of how each rectangle should look, so it is important for learners to persevere in finding a solution. There is more than...

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#### Rectangles - Same Perimeter and Different Area

Given a rectangle with specified dimensions, learners are prompted to create a new rectangle with the same perimeter, but a different area. This challenges third graders to think about perimeter and area in a new way. Each problem...

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#### Rectangles - Same Area and Different Perimeter

Given a rectangle with specified dimensions, third graders are prompted to create a new rectangle with the same area, but a different perimeter. This challenges learners to think about perimeter and area in a new way. Use worksheet as a...

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#### Determining Area with Partial Blocks

A more challenging set of worksheets, third graders are required to measure area by counting whole and partial unit squares. Students will realize that two partial blocks make up one whole block. Each shaded figure is on a square unit grid.

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#### Determining Rectilinear Area

Third graders find the area of rectilinear shapes by partitioning them into two non-overlapping rectangles and adding the areas of the non-overlapping parts together. It allows learners to recognize area as an additive.

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#### Determining Area with Full Blocks

Third graders simply count the square units that make up each figure in order to find the area. Remind the class to count carefully in order to find the correct answer.

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#### Determining Area with Square Units

Third graders measure area by counting unit squares inside a rectangle.

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#### Finding Area by Tiling

Third graders find area by tiling a rectangle based on the given side lengths. This helps learners visualize and create the area of a figure. From here, they can count the total number of tiles inside the rectangle to find the answer.

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#### Determining Perimeter with Square Units

Third graders determine the perimeter of a shaded section by counting the number of unit squares that surround it. Each section is shaded on a small square unit grid.

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#### Finding Side Length (Given Area)

Area is the amount of space that takes up the inside of a figure. To find the area of a rectangle, one must multiply the length by the width. Here, third graders are challenged to find the missing side length, given the area.

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#### Finding Side Length (Given Perimeter)

Perimeter is the total distance around an object. One can find the perimeter of a rectangle or square by adding all four side lengths together. These worksheets require third graders to find the missing side length, given the perimeter...

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#### What Is a Foot?

An in-class and at-home assignment, young math stars find and list items from home and school that they think are one foot in length. Once the list is made, provide everyone with rulers to measure and find the actual lengths of their items.

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#### $1 Math

Captivate your class by having them find the value of their names, different zoo animals, musical instruments, etc.,with a mental math lesson. Using the coding formula listed, children learn to fluently estimate and calculate simple sums.

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#### Multiplication & Division Word Problems

Show your class all the hard work you have put into their lesson by showing this PowerPoint presentation. They will not only be proud of you, but it will help them solve multiplication and division word problems using the algorithms.

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#### Sequencing

Which comes first? The chicken or the egg? Primary graders must decide in this sequencing exercise, part of a packet packed with all kinds of sequencing activities.

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#### Start with a Circle...

The Golden Ratio. The Divine Proportion. Yup. It's math and art blended into one colorful activity. Young artists combine colored tissue paper circles and parts of circles to create geometric patterns. As a bonus, kids get to figure out...

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#### Mood Music!

Grouchy? Sad? Here's a great resource that shows kids how music can be used to lift their spirits. Kids collect and chart data on the effects of music on emotions. After analyzing the results of their experiment, they develop their own...

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#### Problem-Solving Strategies

Read carefully, look for key words, eliminate, estimate, check your answers. Give your youngsters the strategies for approaching multiple-choice problem solving, focusing on multiplication and division of whole numbers, with this...