Check out my list of 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade free math printables. You will find hands on activities for division, fractions, decimals, place value, geometry, and much more.
Dream House: An Additive Area Project (3rd Grade Common Core)
Area and Perimeter Robots
Area and perimeter robots. Add a bit of fun and creativity when teaching area and perimeter. Students get the chance to create their own robots using grid paper, solve for the body parts' areas and perimeters, and record them in the robot's speech bubble.
This area and perimeter robot is a fun craft that helps students to practice a tough math skill in a creative way. Easy to differentiate!
Perimeter Problems and Area Art! Looking for a way to reinforce perimeter, area, AND problem solving? This post gives step by step directions on how to make some real math connections for students--and check out the awesome display it makes!
Perimeter Anchor Chart: don't tell me that maths doesn't have a language all of its own. This is an example of careful and explicit teaching of maths vocab. A prime example of Australian curriculum covering the literacy and numeracy capabilities.
This set of 36 printable cards for Grade 2 will help students learn about arrays, important for multiplication in Grade 3. The set comes with instructions for a matching activity and four fun games to play. These math cards are perfect to use in a math center. ~by Angie Seltzer