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As a classroom teacher, I strongly feel that skills should be reviewed on a regular basis so students stay sharp. I wasn't able to find a book that had a word problem of the day that was aligned to my standards…I didn't want my students to bother answering word problems if they weren't responsible for learning it, so I created my own.
This bundle is 6 month's worth of a spiraling math review of math standards for 3rd grade.Every day there is one word problem from one of the 5 domains. Each question is labeled with the standard it addresses. No more guessing if a question is aligned! This is 5 word problems a week. That means each month your students will be completing 20 aligned word problems in addition to your normal math instruction!
Upon completion of this 6 month bundle, your students will have completed an additional 120 word problems!
May and June include an introduction to 4th Grade Standards.
There is also a standards checklist that you can use to record your students' results. I have also included a black and white cover page in case you want to make a monthly packet for your students ahead of time as a way to keep their papers organized. This would be a great tool for parent communication as well as a convenient way to keep data. Answer keys are included for easy grading.
~6 months of Word Problem of the Day- Months included in this bundle are January, February, March, April, May, and June
~About the Resource informational page
~6 black & white journal covers (1 per month)
~48 Word Problem of the Day practice pages (8 per month)
~48 Answer Key pages (8 per month)
~6 recording chart for tracking student results (If you would like a writable copy of the chart, please let me know and I will email you one) (1 per month)
About the Seller
I have 16 years of educational experience. I am currently a middle school social studies teacher and am loving it! I have taught grades K-6 either as a homeroom teacher, Title I/EIP teacher, Extended Day teacher, and instructional coach. My goal is to create interactive lessons and units that bring social studies alive for my students and help them make personal connections to the content.