### Fraction classroom transformation filled with fun, hands-on math centers to engage third and fourth grade students.

Abigail Richards

Discover a variety of fun and interactive math activities for third graders. Help your child develop their math skills while having a great time with these exciting ideas.

Fraction classroom transformation filled with fun, hands-on math centers to engage third and fourth grade students.

Abigail Richards

Stinky Feet will forever be my favorite way to review for math! When I saw this from Kelsee { @mrshudsonteaches on Instagram } I knew I’d love it (and my students would too!). As a forme…

Jody Kruse

Help kids practice multiplication, division, and fractions in engaging ways.

Regina Crowley Mickel

Comparing fractions can be hard for students AND teachers. Here are 3 tips to make comparing fractions more engaging for your 3rd graders!

Annie Vignola

I came home from school yesterday and cried. And not because the end of the year is so overwhelming, busy, and exhausting...{although that may be where part of the tears are coming from. JK! #AmIJustKiddingThough??} But because I’m going to miss my kids SO much. For 180 school days, 23 of my third grade students and I have laughed, cried, worked hard, learned so many new things together, and have built some really amazing relationships with one another. I’ve watched them grow not only as…

Michele McCoy

10 multiplication games and activities for teaching multiplication. Students will love learning their multiplication facts, building fluency and strategies.

Brittany Fernandez

Students can draw a self portrait on a piece of graph paper and using the proportions that they have drawn, they can then calculate the area and perimeter of their portrait!

Macey Coulter

Learn how to play the Kaboom game in your classroom to make practicing math facts, sight words, and more a blast for your students!

Lindsay Roo

4 ideas to turn any worksheet into an activity to keep students engaged and having fun | maneuveringthemiddle.com

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We are on our 4th week of measurement in my class! PTL the rulers are put away this week because we've moved onto learning about area! After 3

elizabeth meyers