This is a FREE sample of the Multiplication and Division Math Workshop Unit with one complete lesson for third grade. This is a great way to decide if you want to purchase any of the math workshop units!
In this FREE sampler you will find lesson 5- reviewing multiplication, where the lesson is detailed in scripted math workshop structure including a math warm up, the teaching point, active engagement, and a closing. Further, it offers free materials for the independent activity that is the teacher's choice. Additionally, this FREE sampler comes with the layout of workshop, the teacher's page, and the unit overview.
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with these subjects wrote memorization is still the best method.
Angela J - Teacher - Member Since November 2015
Mar 01, 2016
The package includes division and multiplication which severes dual purposes: intoducin to new facts as well as reinforcements for facts learned. Some children have a harder time learning one topic then moving on to the next without seeing the prior for a month or more. Dual systems, like this one, give you opportunities to assist more of one topic while continuing daily exposure to that which the child is comfortable or excelling. Plus the pages are visually appealing, and we all know you cannot go wrong with visual details. Be blessed.
Ashton W - Homeschooler - Member Since February 2016
I graduated in 2004 with a Bachelors in Science degree and an elementary education certificate. I am certified to teach K-8 Self-Contained and Middle School Science. I have taught ever since graduation,with most of my experience in 5th grade. I'm currently completing my Masters program in Differentiation. I utilize a lot of differentiated strategies along with the workshop model in reading, writing, math, and sometimes science. I love more hands-on activities that are related to real life for students to explore. I'm not a huge fan of worksheets, but do use them occasionally.