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Third Grade Math Review Stations! Third Grade math test prep or end-of-year review is fun and easy with these challenging, multi-skill stations! Aligned with the 2015 TEKS (Texas Math Standards) and STAAR, these activities combine skills learned throughout the year and provide unique, new contexts for practice.
Who is This For? 3rd Grade Students (end of year) 4th Grade Students (beginning of year) Teachers in need of engaging math review stations for test prep or end-of-year review.
What is Included? THE SKILLS: *Place Value (Picture, Word, Expanded Notation, Ordering) *Rounding (Rounding Mat Included!) *Patterns in Tables (with Multiplication) *Geometry (2D, 3D) *Measurement (Perimeter) *Time to the Quarter Hour *Fractions *Bar and Pictographs *Number Lines *Money (Counting Coins, Representing Amounts) *Basic Operations (addition, subtraction, multiplication, division)
THE STATIONS: The activities include sorts, matching tasks, ordering, task cards, and games. Each station is designed to take from 10-15 minutes to complete. Each activity includes DIRECTIONS and a KEY so that you can set up self-guided, independent stations. I've included individual Recording Pages along with an all-in-one version to add flexibility to your set up.
In my room, I set up all 10 stations and have students rotate through with a partner. We usually do 3 a day, but I've done up to 5 in one day.
Why Buy? These stations combine multiple skills to give kids practice in new and challenging contexts. Perfect for engaging review!
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About the Seller
I'm a wife, mom, and teacher in Texas. I've taught first and third grade, worked as an Instructional Coach for grades K-5, and am currently a part-time intervention teacher. I love planning and creating curriculum that is teacher and kid-friendly. I author the blog "Teacher Trap" and love connecting with teachers around the country.