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Who doesn't want SIMPLE set up math centers for their classroom? These math centers were created with you in mind! The centers involve matching cards with answers to the corresponding problems. A recommended way to set this up is to use file folders. One page can be glued down and cards on the other page are cut up to match. You can also use these centers as memory games as well as interventions.

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EASY set up math centers covering EVERY third grade common core standard.
49 Centers!

Numbers and Base Ten
Centers 1-4: Rounding
Centers 5-8: Addition and Subtraction
Centers 9-10: Multiples of Ten

Center 11-12: Shapes
Centers 13-14: Parts

Numbers and Fractions:
Center 15: Name the shaded part
Center 16: Fractions on a number line
Center 17: Equivalent Fractions
Center 18: Whole Numbers as Fractions
Center 19: Comparing Fractions

Operations and Algebraic Thinking:
Centers 20-21: Multiplication and Division as Groups
Centers 22-23: Multiplication and Division as Word Problems
Centers 24-25: Missing Number in Multiplication/Division Equations
Centers 26-27: Properties of Multiplication
Centers 28-30: Multiplication/Division Practice
Centers 31-32: Two Step Word Problems
Center 33: Patterns in tables

Measurement and Data:
Center 34: Telling Time to the Minute
Center 35: Elapsed Time
Center 36: Capacity
Center 37: Weight
Center 38: Pictographs
Center 39: Bar graphs
Center 40: Line Plots
Centers 41-49: Area and Perimeter

Here are some pictures of me getting my first centers ready for the beginning of the year.
I love this personal laminator I purchased it this summer! You can get the laminating pouches in bulk on Amazon. It has come in handy so many times already. It's way more convenient than firing up the big laminator at school. Also, the laminating pouches are very thick, so you can put a piece of paper in it, and it comes out feeling sturdy like cardstock.

Here is Rounding Center Number 1. I cut out all of the game cards so this can be used as a matching game or a memory game. You could also laminate one sheet to a file folder, and just cut out one set of the cards to match. If you do that you can laminate the answer key to the back of a file folder. I decided to cut up my answer key and put it on a ring. Here's a picture of how that turned out.

Please note that not every center includes an answer key. I intended for most of them to be self checking and I plan to put matching stickers or symbols on the back. See the free accountability download at the end of this post for more information about how you can make sure your students are really working.

I also plan to use my math centers as interventions this year.

For even MORE ideas of all the different ways these centers can be used in your classroom, check out this post! They are very versatile! These centers also go hand in hand with my Guided Math Bundles! (Available for 1st through 5th grade!) They are a great addition to the lesson plans included with Guided Math.

Are you wondering how you can hold students accountable for their learning while using these centers? Check out this free download: Guided Math: Student Accountability.

This resource can be used right along with my Third Grade Math Interactive Notebook.
This resource includes over 150 journal prompts and covers every common core standard. These are great to use as a ticket out the door too. I can statements are included to help your students remain focused on what their learning goal is. There are multiple copies of the problem on every sheet--so you waste less paper! These are a great way to "wrap up" your lesson and quickly check your students' understanding.

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This is a great way to assess your students on every standard. You can download a 25 page preview of this product at my teachers pay teachers store.

This Perimeter and Area task card includes 80 task cards aligned with Common Core Standards 3.MD.5,.6,.7,.8. The task cards are a mixture of pictures and word problems covering many different perimeter and area skills. They include practice with missing sides as well as rectilinear shapes. These task cards are a fun way to practice perimeter and area skills without giving your students worksheets. There are a lot of different games you can play in your classroom with any set of task cards! Check out the pictures below and head to my store to see the full preview!

Answer Keys are included!
I created this resource to help my students practice fractions on a number line. You get 48 task cards with your purchase as well as a bonus assessment page. These task cards are bright and colorful (but don't worry, you can save your colored ink and print in grayscale.) They are a great alternative to the usual classroom worksheet! There are many fun games you can play with task cards, including SCOOT! Here is a preview of the product.

Answer Keys are included!

Are you looking for some activities to do with your students while learning about irregular plural nouns? This can be a tricky concept. This resource offers a lot of practice. Your students will get to match singular and irregular plural nouns while playing memory. They will also get to play I Have, Who Has, as a class! This is such a fun whole group way to practice any skill. Students are always listening and engaged waiting for it to be their card! This resource also includes 4 worksheets that you can use as practice pages. It also has a final unit assessment. Finally, it has four creative writing challenges where students are given a list of irregular plural nouns to incorporate into a story! Take a peek at the preview below, then get it here at my TpT store!

Learn about irregular plural nouns using these fun activities! Memory cards, creative writing challenges, and I have Who Has game cards.
58 Memory/Matching Cards

 24 I have, Who has cards?
If you've never played this game with your class before, you are missing out! It's a fun way to keep your students engaged, plus you can shuffle the cards and play many times. I love to leave a pack of I have, Who has cards for a sub too.

 4 Practice Pages

 4 Creative Writing Challenges

This unit also includes a final unit assessment. It is given in paper form as well as Google Classroom form. Just simply save a copy of the quiz to your drive and assign it to your students. The grading will be done for you! :)

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There are so many ways to practice irregular plural nouns with your second and third graders using this mini unit. It includes a fun class game (I have, who has), a sort, as well as worksheets and a final unit assessment. The assessment even comes in paper form or Google Classroom form to make your life easier.

Are you looking for some activities to do with your students while learning about common and proper nouns? This can be a tricky concept for some students. This resource offers a lot of practice. Your students will get to sort common and proper noun cards, including new picture cards! This resource also includes 3 worksheets that you can use as practice pages or assessment. Finally, it has twenty-four sentence cards for students to correct! Take a peek at the preview below, then get it here at my TpT store!

You get 64 common/proper noun sorting cards.

24 sentence cards that need to be corrected

3 assessment/practice pages
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