Fall math activities for third graders! This bundle is ideal for the beginning of the school year as it is fall themed. It can also be used as review for fourth graders who may have experienced summer slide.
No Prep printables can be used for: * morning work /bell ringers * early finishers * homework * sub tub * to assess current levels * to give extra practice to those that need to be brought up to level
In addition to 30+ rigorous NO PREP printables, I have included Multiplication War and Multiplication Bingo. The .zip file contains 4 .pdf files: the main file, Autumn Task Cards, the Multiplication Bingo file, and the Multiplication War file.
Operations and Algebraic Thinking Grouping (3 pages): Arrays of apples, leaves, and acorns to reinforce understanding of multiplication facts. Read, Write, Glue (3 pages): Great for math journals! Another activity well-suited for visual or hands-on learners. Acorn Path (1 page): Help the squirrels find the paths to their tree! Apple compare (1 page): Addition, subtraction, multiplication, and place value work. >, <. = Word Problems (4 pages): Pumpkin and Apple themed, “extreme” pages are more challenging. These are provided in task card format as well (separate file), if that is more useful for your class.
Number and Operations in Base 10 Autumn Products (2 pages): Multiplication of whole numbers by factors of 10. Read it, Write it, Round it (2 pages): Rounding to 10s, 100s, and 1000s.
Number and Operations: Fractions Equivalent Apples (1 page): Color the equivalent fractions. Comparing Apples to Apples (2 pages): Color the fractions that are greater than the initial fraction. A fraction bar page is included. Autumn Fractions (2 pages): Use fraction knowledge to find fractions of a whole. Fall Fractions Scenes (4 pages)
Measurement and Data Find the Area (3 pages): Measure each shape and determine the area (rulers provided). Apple, Acorn, and Pumpkin Balancing (4 pages): Find the balance in this pre-algebra activity. How many more apples or acorns are needed to balance the see-saws (equations). Is it time to leave yet? (4 pages): Read time to the minute and then determine the elapsed time interval.
Games Multiplication War (14 pages) Multiplication Bingo (35 pages)
As a former engineer and current homeschooling parent, I love creating fun and practical-life math units as well as hands-on math and science experiments! You can read about some of the experiments and activities we've done on my momgineer blog, or like my Facebook page for updates. I have two very curious home learners that keep me on my toes constantly creating new activities and games, as this is how they best learn. I primarily create these materials for them for our homeschool classroom, but I have also created units for other homeschooling families.