3rd Grade  -  Math

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Worksheet Generator - This web site will allow you to create printable math worksheets from your browser.  (addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, mixed problems, fractions, measurement, fractions, graphing, telling time, and a one-hundred chart)

Last updated 9/10

Measurement Standard

Geometry and Spatial Sense Standard Patterns, Functions and Algebra Standard Data Analysis and Probability Standard

 

  (A) Number, Number Sense and Operations Standard

   (Based on State of Ohio   
   Curriculum Standards)
  

 

 

                                            1.  Identify and generate equivalent forms of whole numbers;  e.g., 36, 30 + 6, 9 x 4, 46 - 10, number of inches in a yard.         

 

  1. Mathematics in the Movies -  This is a collection of movie clips in which Mathematics appears in movies.  
  2. Teachers Tool box Interesting idea!!
  3. Math Dictionary animation for kids  This is an outstanding website allowing you to explore a comprehensive view of math with many examples  4 Star
  4. Talking Calculator  Students will have fun entering number for all areas.
  5. Sheppard Math  On line and fun site for learning Math covers a lot of areas  4 Star
  6. A math game sheet for 3rd Grade   4 Star
  7. Math Glossary   Click on this link to illustrate and teach.  This link will present a visual illustration.4 star
  8. Number Line - Manipulative
  9. Base Ten  - Manipulative
  10. Counter - Manipulative
  11. You want to be a Math Millionaire.   All students will enjoy this site as well as teachers.  It is fun to do and see if you can make it to the Millionaire spot.  This is an outstanding website.
  12. Math Jeopardy  Here is a jeopardy game that the
    student can play right on the screen by themselves.  The highest score will be posted on the Internet for a few days.  GET YOUR NAME OR CLASS POSTED AS WINNERS!
  13. APLUS MATH   You may get yourself or your class ranked in the state when playing this game.   4 Star
  14. Number Line using a Mummy  Very good  Manipulative

This is a great tool in teaching youngsters multiplication.  It is fun and easy at the same time.

 

 

Fun game for math students.  Easy learning

 

 

 

 

Outstanding on line game allowing students a totally different way of learning!

 

 

  Learn more facts in this game.

 

 

 

Nice interactive link allowing student to learn their Multiplication facts.

Gizmos are fun, easy to use, and flexible enough to support many different teaching styles and contexts. 

You will present to your students a visual animated manipulative allowing for an easier and faster teaching pedagogy.

You will discover this tool strategically located throughout the website.

  

2. Use place value concepts to represent whole numbers and decimals using numerals, words, expanded notation and physical models. For example:
       a.    Recognize 100 means “10 tens” as well as a single entity (1 hundred) through physical models and trading games.
       b.    Describe the multiplicative nature of the number system; e.g., the structure of 3205 as 3 x 1000 plus 2 x 100 plus 5 x 1.
       c.    Model the size of 1000 in multiple ways; e.g., packaging 1000 objects into 10 boxes of 100, modeling a meter with centimeter and decimeter strips, or gathering 1000 pop-can tabs.
       d.    Explain the concept of tenths and hundredths using physical models, such as metric pieces, base ten blocks, decimal squares or money.

 

  1. Word Game - Play pin ball and determine the words that spell the number.
  2. Multiplication Koosh ball game This game is geared for any students studying their multiplication facts, but could be modified for any subject as needed. SB
  3. Speed Addition  Level 1  This is another great website where you must compete against the clock.     Much Fun  4 Star
  4. Speed Addition  Level 2  Only the best of the best can complete this one.  Much fun to try however.   4 star
  5. Speed Addition  Level 3  It is here as of Oct. 2006 see if you think you can handle it.
  6. Speed Subtraction  Level 1   Great website Fun to  4 star compete against the clock
  7. Speed Subtraction  Level 2  Much harder can you do it ?
  8. Speed Subtraction  Level 3   It is here as of Oct. 2006 see if you think you can handle it.
  9. Interactive multiplication table  This site will allow you to type in numbers and then view the answer.
  10. Times Table      Practice multiplying single-digit numbers with this interactive multiplication table.
  11. Multiplication   This site will allow you multiply by a single set of numbers or mixed numbers. Very good
  12. Division  This site will allow you multiply by a single set of numbers or mixed numbers. Very good
  13. Mathematical reasoning level 1 See how many levels you may go to
  14. Mathematical reasoning level 2  Harder than (1) can you do it? Must complete Level 1 to go to Level 2
  15. Give the Dog a Bone - use a hundreds charts to find numbers
  16. 3-D Boxes  Calculate how many cubes you need to make the different 3D shapes shown with this Flash activity
  17. Funschool Falling Leaves  This is a game of catching falling leaves in a basket. The scoring of the game involves collecting single leaves until you have ten anf then they are moved into the tens column. If you miss leaves, numbers are subtracted. This demonstrates making tens and taking them apart. This is a simple game students can do independently.
    (Requires Java)
  18. Decimals (Number Line Placement)  This interactive website gives students a decimal (from 0.0 to 4.0, expressed to the tenths place) and has the student drag the number to the correct place on a number line.
  19. Rounding and Naming Decimals   You will find a smart board lesson illustrating the basic concepts.  SB
  20. Big Numbers  This site helps you understand place value and how to read and write large numbers.
  21. Place Values  This web site has 18 lessons on place value from basic to advanced. Each lesson has an explanation and an activity for the student to try.
  22. Arithmetic Workshop - Place Values  This online learning tool helps you learn about place value. You can move, break, and combine virtual models of ones, tens, hundreds, and thousands, while the value of the entire number is being written out in three different forms. Concrete and abstract
  23. Chip Abacus - Virtual Manipulative  This online manipulative allows the user to move chips between the 1's, 10's and 100's place, seeing the quantities split or combine as needed.  Concrete and abstract
  24. Virtual Base Blocks - Adding and Subtracting Decimals This online virtual manipulative lets the student use base blocks to add and subtract decimals, by splitting and combining blocks. This is also a great way to visualize the concepts of decimal place value.   Concrete and abstract
  25. Virtual Base Blocks    This great online manipulative allows you to investigate decimal place value by placing, moving, breaking, and grouping base blocks to represent whole number and decimal number place values.  Concrete and abstract
  26. Identify the Place Value  This is a simple interactive website that displays a random number and has the student identify which digit is in a specific place value from the millions to hundred-thousandths place.
  27. A plus for Math    This website will allow the student to use flash cards to review for their math.   Outstanding site.
  28. Jungle Jim the fisherman    Practice Multiplication.
  29. Baseball Multiplication   Great  game.
  30. Dartboard Multiplication Game
  31. Jungle Jim and the Monkeys  game
  32. Multiplication and division  Save the apples game
  33. Multiplication game
  34. Double Function Machine

    Two operation function machine with options to hide or reveal numbers and set all operations and numbers.

  35. Smart Board Lesson by: Mrs. Trepal
     

  3.  Use mathematical language and symbols to compare and order; e.g., less than, greater than, at most, at least, <, >, =, , .

 

Animation is Yellow                    Activity is Green
  1. Comparing Numbers Animation 1  In this animation, students are shown how to use greater than, less than and equal symbols to compare numbers and to compare groups of base-10 blocks. In this animation, students are shown how to use greater than, less than and equal symbols to compare numbers and to compare groups of base-10 blocks....
  2. Comparing Numbers Activity 2   In this activity, students compare two sets of randomly determined base-10 blocks using greater than, less than and equal symbols.
  3. Comparing and Ordering Decimals   This lesson teaches students how to compare and order decimals to hundredths. The lesson includes parent notes, teacher notes, an assessment task, an activity sheet, and a glossary. This lesson teaches students how to compare and order decimals to hundredths.
  4. Comparing Numbers Activity 1   In this activity, students compare two randomly determined numbers using greater than, less than and equal symbols.
  5. Comparing  This web site offers many lesson on comparing numbers up to the millions. Each lesson has an explanation and exercises for the student to try.
  6. Jeopardy game  Download.  The game will cover Equivalent, Simplest form, Comparing and Mixed numbers.  Download first so that it runs faster!
  7. Manipulative to find factors of a number.  Allows students to determine what numbers are made up of prime number.
4.    Count money and make change using coins and paper bills to ten dollars.

You will discover a website with videos - worksheets- smart board to help you teach your students about coins.

  1. Time and Money - Web Page Many Examples
  2. Counting Coins Money - Manipulative
  3. Counting Money  -  Different levels of counting money.
  4. How Many Cents? Students have to count coins and place them on a desk.  Very Visual   4 star New 9-08
    Submitted by: Joe Andrews 
    Outstanding website
  5. Counting Change - a match game, counting coins to find amount of change and matching it with a numerical value.  Very good site
  6. Cash Out - You're the cashier at this crazy store. You need to give change to the customers buying things. Try to sell as many items as possible before the time runs out.
  7. Spending Spree game  In this game students pick the item that you would like to buy and then choose the correct amount of coins you need to pay for that item. This game has 10 questions.
  8. Change Maker  An online activity from Fun Brain. Get as much money in your piggy bank as possible, by figuring out the correct change. Figure out how many of each bill or coin that you expect to get back when you pay for something. For example, if something costs $3.75 and you pay with a five dollar bill, you would expect back one quarter and one dollar bill. If you get the answer correct, the amount of change is added to your piggy bank. If you get the answer wrong, the correct amount of change is subtracted from your piggy bank. The more money you get in your piggy bank, the harder the questions will get.
  9. Practice Counting Money  In this online game the student is asked to count out a certain amount of change by dragging pictures of different coins onto a table. There are three levels of difficulty.  When done click on the person talking to check your answer.
  10. Learn To Count Money This is difficult but fun game.  Students will know the number of coins that equal a certain amount.  You must however find out the correct number of each coin. 
  11. Change Maker - Figure out how many of each bill or coin that you expect to get back when you pay for something. Select Medium for problems involving less than $5.00
  12. Counting Money - Drag the right amount of coins on the table.
  13. Counting Money - Help Kristen, Ryan, or Evan with their shopping. Six pages of problems are available; three easy and three hard.
  14. Grandpa's Game -Students count money. (Author - Sandi King)
  15. Discovering Coin Values - a target amount is given and students drag coins to the slide to equal that amount [values over $1.00 used only occasionally]
  16. Let's Do Lunch - Students use a menu to order lunches that meet various criteria. (Author - Sandi King)
  17. Let's Go Shopping - Students estimate by rounding to the nearest dollar as they shop. (Author - Sandi King)
  18. Comparing numbers and more.  Good site.


     

  5.  Represent fractions and mixed numbers using words, numerals and physical models.

 

This tool explores several representations for fractions using adjustable numerators and denominators.  Very easy to work with and visual for students.  Great for LCD projectors

4 STAR

  1. What is a fraction ( Flash software very good!) Many examples.
  2. FRACTIONS GAME PAGE   4 STAR 
  3. Fraction Monkeys - use this site to determine if the students understand fractions (simple to hard)
  4. Mastering Fractions in Math   New site very good
  5. Fractions Percents and decimals  Great Smart Board example in real life.  SB   4 Star
  6. Virtual Manipulate for determining percents.  You will find this extremely helpful for students.   4 Star
  7. Multiplication Chart Students will identify meaningful patterns and properties of multiplication in order to produce a multiplication table that highlights the relationships among those properties. 4 Star  
  8. Presentation on Mixed numbers This interactive mathematics lesson teaches students how to read, write, and convert improper fractions and mixed numbers.
  9. River Crossing Students will identify meaningful patterns and properties of multiplication in order to produce a multiplication table that highlights the relationships among those properties. 4 Star
  10. Fishy Fractions - Fraction, Name, and Picture Match  In this game you help Ulani the pelican catch fish by matching written fractions to their picture form and numeric form.
  11. Bowling for Fractions  Identify fractions as parts of whole units, as parts of sets, as locations on number lines, and as divisions of whole numbers. 4 Star
  12. Wakeup Fractions and decimals   Generate equivalent forms of whole numbers, commonly used fractions, and decimals.
  13. Visualizing Fractions practice  At this site students need to identify what fraction is represented by the shading of a rectangle. Five problems are randomly generated each time you play and feedback is given on how the student did.
  14. Making Fractions  This interactive website teaches the fundamentals of fractions. Students must count and type the number of pieces in a shape and the number that are shaded. Then they drag those numbers to the appropriate boxes to form the numerator and denominator. Excellent intro to fractions.
  15. Comparing Fractions - compare fractional parts with same denominator
  16. Comparing Fractions - compare fractional parts with different denominators
  17. Equivalent Fractions - concentration game style of matching fractions
  18. Fraction Bar - add a bar then break it into fractions, decimals, or percents
  19. Flowering Fractions -Students understand common fractions by using model representations. (Author - Roseanne Phillips)
  20. Fractional Distances - find Grampy by entering a fractional distance
  21. Fraction Quiz using shaded portions of objects
  22. Fraction Review
  23. Fractions II
  24. I Want My Half - Students understand the concrete and symbolic representations of fractions. (Author - Sandi King)
  25. Identify With Circles - fraction practice where student types in numerator and denominator
  26. Old Egyptian Math Cats Fractions - Add fractions like a true Old Egyptian Math Cat!
  27. Pizza Party - practice fractions by deciding how much pizza is left (10 questions)
  28. Fractions (Number Line Placement) This interactive website gives the student a fraction (between 0 and 3, with halves, 4ths, 8ths, and 16ths) and has the student drag the fraction to its correct location on a number line.
  29. Fishy Fractions - Fraction and Picture Match  In this game you help Ulani the pelican catch fish by matching fractions in their picture form to their numeric form, and vice versa.
  30. Fractions - Parts of a Whole - Virtual Manipulative  This online manipulative allows the user to divide a square or circle into as many pieces as they want, and then shade in whatever pieces they wish. All the while, a written fraction is shown that corresponds to the current figure. Great for teaching the meaning of a fraction.
  31. Fractions - Visualizing - Virtual Manipulatives  This online manipulative tells the student what fraction to make, then has then divide up a shape and color its pieces to match the requested fraction. New problems are randomly generated and help is given for wrong answers.
  32. Simple fraction.  Power Point down load this file for quicker running.

 

6.    Compare and order commonly used fractions and mixed numbers using number lines, models (such as fraction circles or bars), points of reference (such as more or less than ½ ), and equivalent forms using physical or visual models.

  1. Fishy Fractions - Comparing Fractions  In this game you help Ulani the pelican catch fish by comparing fractions in picture form and numeric form.  M
  2. Fraction Pointer   Students represents fractions by coloring in the appropriate portions of either a circle or a square, then order those fractions from least to greatest. (Be sure to click the "How" button to get instructions.)  Interesting idea to teach Fractions.  You may like this as it will also printout a hard copy.  Hit the "Print Screen directions are on the site.
  3. Sorting Fractions  This interactive website gives the student three fractions between 0 and 1, and has the student order them by dragging the fractions to their correct locations on a number line.
  4. Comparing Fractions - compare fractional parts with same denominator
  5. Comparing Fractions - compare fractional parts with different denominators
  6. Equivalent Fractions - concentration game style of matching fractions
  7. Fraction Bar - add a bar then break it into fractions, decimals, or percents
  8. Flowering Fractions -Students understand common fractions by using model representations. (Author - Roseanne Phillips)
  9. Fractional Distances - find Grampy by entering a fractional distance
  10. Fraction Quiz using shaded portions of objects
  11. Fraction Review
  12. Fractions II
  13. I Want My Half - Students understand the concrete and symbolic representations of fractions. (Author - Sandi King)
  14. Identify With Circles - fraction practice where student types in numerator and denominator
  15. Old Egyptian Math Cats Fractions - Add fractions like a true Old Egyptian Math Cat!
  16. Pizza Party - practice fractions by deciding how much pizza is left (10 questions)
  17. Shade - Shade in the correct amount of units to equal the fraction by clicking on the unit.
  18. Using gizmo video for fractions.  This is an outstanding presentation that has depth and also interactive.
  19. Jeopardy Power Point Fractions  Simplify, Mixed, Adding, Subtract  Download this power point for a fun review.

  7.  Recognize and use decimal and fraction concepts and notations as related ways of representing parts of a whole or a set; e.g., 3 of 10  marbles are red can also be described as  and 3 tenths are red.

  1. Decimal Number line   This website is another example of showing students decimals. 
  2. Matching Game This is a matching game where students can match the fraction with its corresponding decimal. The computer keeps track of the number of moves the player makes.
  3. Fraction Bar - add a bar then break it into fractions, decimals, or percents
  4. On Line Quiz Fractions and Decimals Created by: Nicole Fisher

     

8. Model, represent and explain multiplication; e.g., repeated addition, skip counting, rectangular arrays and area model. For example:
       a.    Use conventional mathematical symbols to write equations for word problems involving multiplication.
       b.    Understand that, unlike addition and subtraction, the factors in multiplication and division may have different units; e.g., 3 boxes of 5 cookies each.

 

  1. Multiplication Manipulative
  2. Multi bouncy Precise recall of multiplication facts.
  3. ReviseWise - Multiplication Strategies  This web site uses colorful animation and great explanations to teach about multiplication strategies. After the instruction, the students can take an online quiz to assess their understanding. The only drawback is the use of English pounds instead of American dollars.
  4. Number Line Arithmetic - Virtual Manipulative   This online manipulative allows the user to demonstrate addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division usign a number line. New problems are generated randomly and then animated on a number line to show the solution. Activities for each operation are listed on the site.
  5. Leon's Math Practice   In this online activity you can learn math through modeling. By moving around virtual chips you can model addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division problems.
  6. Mathflash Game  This online activity is great for practicing all levels of arithmetic. Choose from addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. Pick if you want a picture to model the problem or not. Decide if you wish to just practice or play against a clock.
  7. Skip Counting (Multiples)  This interactive website has the student click on all the multiples of a number within a 100 grid. Great way to visualize multiplication.
  8. Activity Smart Board   You will find a lesson designed in smart board technology allowing you to determine the order of events for a day.   SB  This was Lesson was created by:  Sandra Grande

     

  9.  Model, represent and explain division; e.g., sharing equally, repeated subtraction, rectangular arrays and area model. For example:
       a.    Translate contextual situations involving division into conventional mathematical symbols.
       b.    Explain how a remainder may impact an answer in a real-world situation; e.g., 14 cookies being shared by 4 children.

 

  1. ReviseWise - Division  This web site uses colorful animation and great explanations to teach about division strategies. After the instruction, the students can take an online quiz to assess their understanding.
  2. Number Line Arithmetic - Virtual Manipulative  This online manipulative allows the user to demonstrate addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division using a number line. New problems are generated randomly and then animated on a number line to show the solution. Activities for each operation are listed on the site.
  3. Mathflash Game This online activity is great for practicing all levels of arithmetic. Choose from addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. Pick if you want a picture to model the problem or not. Decide if you wish to just practice or play against a clock.
  4. Leon's Math Practice In this online activity you can learn math through modeling. By moving around virtual chips you can model addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division problems.

     

10.  Explain and use relationships between operations, such as:
       a.    relate addition and subtraction as inverse operations;
       b.    relate multiplication and division as inverse operations;
       c.    relate addition to multiplication (repeated addition);
       d.    relate subtraction to division (repeated subtraction).

 

 

11.   Model and use the commutative and associative properties for addition and multiplication.

 

 

12.  Add and subtract whole numbers with and without regrouping.

 

  1. Leon's Math Dojo  This is an online game where you control a martial arts frog and have to kick the correct answer to a math problem. You can pick the type of problem (addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, mixed) and the level of difficulty.  Fun way to kick your way to the answer.   4 Star
  2. Callum's Addition Pyramid In this game students choose easy, medium, and hard addition problems to solve in an Egyptian pyramid design. When they get 500 points, the mummy's tomb opens.
  3. Mathblox game  In this online tetris-like game you match falling blocks to complete basic math problems. You can choose addition, subtraction, or multiplication, and you can pick how difficult the problems can be. Great fun and great skill builder!  Click the block to add two numbers together to = the number at the top.
  4. Virtual Base Blocks - Addition  This virtual manipulative lets you model addition right in your web browser using base blocks that can be combined and split. You can solve random problems or create your own.
  5. Base Blocks Subtraction  This online manipulative allows students to subtract with borrowing using base ten blocks that can be combined and split. You can do random problems or create your own.

     

13.  Demonstrate fluency in multiplication facts through 10 and corresponding division facts.

 

  1. Leon's Math Dojo  This is an online game where you control a martial arts frog and have to kick the correct answer to a math problem. You can pick the type of problem (addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, mixed) and the level of difficulty.  Fun way to kick your way to the answer.   4 Star
  2. The Table Trees  In this online game students choose a number to serve as a factor in multiplication tables. Then they fill in the missing number (either the product or one factor) in the equations.
  3. Mathblox game In this online tetris-like game you match falling blocks to complete basic math problems. You can choose addition, subtraction, or multiplication, and you can pick how difficult the problems can be. I think a lot of fun and great skill builder too Grrrrrrrrr !
  4. Multiplication Station In this game you click on squares in a grid to pick two numbers that multiply together to make a needed answer. After each correct answer the used squares disappear leaving you with less to use. How far can you make it? Great for practicing multiplication tables!  Very interesting game allows you to clear the board.
  5. ArithmATTACK! How many computer-generated arithmetic problems
    can you answer in 60 seconds? Pick from addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. Also choose how large of numbers to use. Excellent for improving computation speed.  Nice contest game
  6. Mathflash Game This online activity is great for practicing all levels of arithmetic. Choose from addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. Pick if you want a picture to model the problem or not. Decide if you wish to just practice or play against a clock.

14.   Multiply and divide 2- and 3-digit numbers by a single-digit number, without remainders for division.

 

  1. Division machine.   Use this website as a fun tool to illustrate division. It contains three levels of difficulty.
  2. Division step-by-step lesson  This interactive lesson uses cute graphics and step-by-step instructions to teach children to divide 2-digit by 1-digit numbers.
  3. Multiplication Game In this online game students multiply 2-digit by 1-digit numbers. They have to type in each step when solving the problem which helps reinforce the proper way to multiply.
  4. Video  This a digital video on long division with sound
  5. Division and Order of Operation    Mystery Picture Game Example: 6 x 20 : 3
  6. Division and Order of Operation - Mystery Picture Game: Example: 18 + 10 : 5
  7. Printable works sheets
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    Division without Remainder 1
    Division without Remainder 2
    Division without Remainder 3
    Division with Remainder (1 to 4 digit numbers)
    Problem Solving 1

15.  Evaluate the reasonableness of computations based upon operations and the numbers involved; e.g., considering relative size, place value and estimates.

 

 

(B) Measurement Standard

1.  Identify and select appropriate units for measuring:
       a.   length – miles, kilometers and other units of measure as appropriate;
       b.   volume (capacity) – gallons;
       c.   weight – ounces, pounds, grams, or kilograms;
       d.   temperature – degrees (Fahrenheit or Celsius).

  1. Weight and Capacity  Outstanding Flash presentation 4 Star
  2. Estimation of Measurement  Flash Presidention
  3. Measurement Movie - BrainPop This is a cute animated movie about measurement, units of measurement, and estimation. There is also an interactive quiz you can take.
  4. Estimating Customary Length   You will use a ruler to measure various lengths of lines
  5. Measuring Fractional Parts   You will use a ruler to measure various lengths of lines
  6. Capacity   This website will allow you to learn about liquid volume
  7. Mass  This website will allow you to learn about Mass

  2.  Establish personal or common referents to include additional units; e.g., a gallon container of milk; a postage stamp is about a square inch.

 

  1. Weighing coins  Virtual Manipulate

  3.  Tell time to the nearest minute and find elapsed time using a calendar or a clock.

 

Some great sites discovered by: Mrs. Ketterick from Saint Francis de Sales

This is a link to a website designed to provided lessons in elapsed time using Videos, corresponding worksheets and Smart board

  1. Interactive Clock  Outstanding
  2. Teaching Time Outstanding site.  4 star
  3. Telling Time     Outstanding site.  4 star
  4. Bang on Time   Outstanding Site  4 star
  5. Stop the Clock  15 minute intervals
  6. Stop the Clock    5 minute intervals
  7. Stop the Clock    1 minute intervals
  8. Time around the U.S,  This website will show you the different times across the United States in one glance.
  9. Hickory Dickory Clock  Find the right time for the mouse and the cheese
  10. Telling time Practice  Move the hands to tell the time.
  11. Clock Works -   Three different level of learning.
  12. TRAIN TIME -  Word and visual problem solving with time.
  13. The Difference between two times.    -   This link will is a gain both a word and a visual problem. 4 star
  14. Time worksheet generator 
  15. Calendar lesson using Smart Board SB
  16. Telling Time   Smart Board Lesson  SB
  17. Calendar Animation 1   In this animation, students are shown how to quickly count eight days ahead from a given date on a calendar.
  18. Calendar Animation 2 In this animation, students are shown how to quickly count eight days back from a given date on a calendar.
  19. Calendar Animation 3   In this animation, students are shown how to quickly determine the day of the week on which the first day of a month will fall, given the last day of ...
  20. Calendar Activity 1   In this activity, students must solve a problem that requires them to count eight days ahead on a calendar, based on a randomly displayed starting dat...
  21. Calendar Activity 2  In this activity, students must solve a problem that requires them to count eight days back on a calendar, based on a randomly displayed starting date...
  22. Calendar Activity 3   In this activity, students must determine the day of the week on which the first day of a month falls, based on a randomly displayed calendar of the p...
  23. Time Lesson  In this lesson, students complete a variety of activities related to the passage of time and using a calendar in a problem-solving context.
  24. Time-Explorer   In this explorer, students complete a variety of activities dealing with time, such as: stopping a timer when they think a predetermined amount of time...    
  25. Telling Time Game Clock.  Teachers may adjust clock for Students to determine the correct time.
  26. Telling time game  Using smart board students will learn how to tell time.  by Dan Hoffman SB
  27. Telling Time game Using smart board and Cryptic clock Smart board by Dan Hoffman  SB
  28. Olympic Math Measurements    You will use smart board software to obtain different times for runners.  SB
  29. Elapsed Time This site is from our Harcourt Brace School Site. Super great site to illustrate length of time between start and end. "Insert boyish grin here"    4 Star
  30. Telling Time   This website will allow the student to view the correct time and then adjust it depending on what you want to view.   4 Star
  31. Smiley Clock Create a face for Smiley Clock by telling the correct time. Tell time by picking one from three choices. The clock gains eyes, nose, mouth and hair if you select the correct time.
  32. Identifying Time It's a digital world, but it's still important to know how to tell time on a clock face! Test your clock reading skills here. Be sure to click the Next arrow to see all of the clock activities.
  33. A Matter of Time - interactive quizzes on half hour, 15 minute intervals and five minute intervals - (story problems)
  34. Analog Clock – (whole class activity) You call out a time and ask a student to set the clock.
  35. Bang On Time - Read the time in words then stop the clock when the hands reach the right time.
  36. Bedtime Bandits - (students try to stay up as late as possible by blasting killer clocks that drop from the ceiling) After each stage, identifying the correct clock gets harder and harder.
  37. Clock Program – Start with either an analog or a digital clock, then set the other clock to the time given on the first clock.
  38. Time - Analog and Digital Clocks – Virtual Manipulative Interactively set the time on a digital and analog clocks.
  39. Time - Match Clocks – Virtual Manipulative  Answer questions asking you to show a given time on digital and analog clocks.
  40. Time - What Time Will It Be? – Virtual Manipulative  Answer questions asking you to indicate what time it will be before or after a given time period.
  41. A plus for Math    This website will allow the student to use flash cards to review for their math.   Outstanding site.
4.    Read thermometers in both Fahrenheit and Celsius scales.
  1. Hot Stuff - Students estimate temperatures using a Fahrenheit thermometer.
  2. Chart   Here is a chart to allow you to compare Fahrenheit and Celsius (Centigrade)
  3. Be a Scientist - Students estimate temperatures using a Celsius thermometer. (Author - Sandi King)
  4. Thermometer - asks students to compare the temperature on two days, and it instructs them on the concepts of minus quantities as the difference between two things
  5. Degree (Celsius) This resource from the Mathematics Glossary defines the term "Degree (Celsius)". It contains an interactive Java applet to illustrate the definition.

  5.  Estimate and measure length, weight and volume (capacity), using  metric and U.S. customary units, accurate to the nearest or unit as appropriate.

 

  1. Checking your 5 senses challenged    This site will allow you the teacher to show them why students should measure and not allow for their own senses to always make the correct decision.  4 Star
  2. Measure It game  In this game students measure an object in inches or centimeters, from easy to difficult.
  3. Estimator This online activity has the student estimate length, quantity, or area. They can control how close they need to be to the true answer, how difficult the problem is, and if a grid is given to help with the estimate.  Interesting and just looking at it will allow students to think deeper
  4. Using a Ruler This interactive website has students read a random position on a ruler to the nearest 1/8. Note: the students have to type out the full measure (such as 2 and 1/4 inches) so correct spelling is needed
  5. Virtual Ruler  This interactive website gives the student a line of random length. Then the student has to move a virtual ruler to measure the length of the line segment to the nearest 1/8. Finally the student needs to type in correct length (correct spelling is required).

6.    Use appropriate measurement tools and techniques to construct a figure or     approximate an amount of specified length, weight or volume (capacity); e.g., construct a rectangle with length 2 inches and width 3 inches, fill a measuring cup to the cup mark.    

 
7.  Make estimates for perimeter, area and volume using links, tiles, cubes and other models.
  1. Estimator  This online activity has the student estimate length, quantity, or area. They can control how close they need to be to the true answer, how difficult the problem is, and if a grid is given to help with the estimate.
  2. Shape Explorer   In this online activity students are shown shapes on a grid and asked to calculate areas and perimeters of the shapes.
     

(C) Geometry and Spatial Sense Standard

  1.  Analyze and describe properties of two-dimensional shapes and three-dimensional objects using terms such as vertex, edge, angle, side and face.

 

Handout-1         Handout-2

Animation is in Yellow    Activities are in Green

  1. Smart board Game Genius Geometry game
  2. Smart Board Lesson   - 4 Star
  3. Super Maths World   This is a highly visual game.  Students will be totally engaged.  4 Star
  4. 2-Dimensional Animation  In this animation, students are shown examples of regular and irregular polygons including triangles, quadrilaterals, pentagons, hexagons and octagons...
  5. 2-Dimensional Shapes Activity-1  In this activity, students must correctly match the names of several polygons with their pictures.
  6. 2-Dimensional Shapes Activity-2 In this activity, students must correctly sort a group of regular and irregular polygons according to the number of sides.
  7. 2-Dimensional Shapes Activity-3 In this activity, students must correctly label a group of polygons according to the type of polygon.
  8. 2-Dimensional Shapes  Activity-4  In this activity, students must complete sentences that describe the number of sides for each type of polygon presented.
  9. 3-D Objects and 2-D Shapes Lesson  Activity-5 In this lesson, students sort 2-D shapes according to the number of sides and describe 3-D objects according to the number of faces, edges and vertice... 
  10. 3-D Objects and 2-D Shapes-Explorer Activity-6  in this explorer, students must complete a variety of tasks dealing with 3-D objects and 2-D shapes, in the context of a rocket ship in outer space.
  11. 3-D Shapes Activity 1 Activity-7 In this activity, students must correctly match the names of several 3-D objects with their pictures.
  12. 3-D Shapes Activity 2 Activity-8  In this activity, students must correctly label a face, edge and vertex on a cube.
  13. 3-D Shapes Activity 3 Activity-9 In this activity, students must determine the number of faces on a cube, triangular prism and pyramid.
  14. 3-D Shapes Activity 4   Activity-10   In this activity, students must determine the number of edges on a cube, triangular prism and pyramid.
  15. 3-D Shapes Activity 5  Activity-11   In this activity, students must determine the number of vertices on a cube, triangular prism and pyramid.
  16. 3-D Shapes Animation 1  In this animation, students are shown examples of 3-D objects including a cube, prism, pyramid, cylinder, cone and sphere.
  17. 3-D Shapes Animation 2   In this animation, students are shown examples of a face, edge and vertex on a cube, prism and pyramid.
  18. 3-D Shapes Animation 3 FACES  In this animation, students are shown how to count all the faces on a cube, prism or pyramid (as chosen by the student).
  19. 3-D Shapes Animation 4  EDGES In this animation, students are shown how to count all the edges on a cube, prism or pyramid (as chosen by the student).
  20. 3-D Shapes Animation 5   VERTICES In this animation, students are shown how to count all of the vertices on a cube, prism or pyramid (as chosen by the student).
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  22. Game for Math shapes  This site will allow the student to determine the shape of an item. Great for LCD projectors
  23. Game Squirt the dog determine the correct angle
  24. Quiz online  This online quiz will allow the student to learn about different shapes and provide them with the correct answer.  Great for class using an LCD projector 4 Stars
  25. Online1 examples of shapes. Great for LCD projectors.
  26. Online2 examples of shapes. Great for LCD Projectors.
  27. Online3 examples of shapes. Great for LCD Projectors.
  28. Chinese Tangrams  Create your own tangrams using drag and drop shapes - just like Grandfather Tang's story. You may view a gallery of samples or just create on your own! New 9-08
  29. Chinese Tangrams II  Recreate the tangram using shapes. Make a square, swan, cat, dinosaur, duck, phoenix, or rabbit New 9-08
  30. Geometric Shapes - Spatial Learning Drag the puzzle pieces to create a square. It's not as easy as you think!  New 9-08
  31.  Dots and Squares   Click on the grid to draw one side of a square. Play against the computer. The object of the game is to be the player to complete the most squares       New 9-08
  32. Attribute Blocks – Learn color and shape concepts by sorting blocks.
  33. Geoboard - Circular – Use circular geoboards to illustrate angles and degrees.
  34. Platonic Solids - Virtual Manipulative  This online activity allows you to experiment with five platonic solids, counting their faces, edges, and vertices.
    (Requires Java) 
    Outstanding site.  You must view this prior to your students.  Hold down the sift key and the color and then the side to illustrate.   This is a must if you wish to use concrete and abstract instruction.
  35. Shape Game   What can you make? This website will allow students to move shapes around and create using their imagination.  4 Star
  36. Buried 3D shapes   Fun to find them all  very well done website.
  37. What are 3 D and 2 D shapes.
  38. 3 D shapes find the missing pairs.  Fun game
  39. Fun game for shapes
  40. Sorting shapes
  41. Solving for shapes  Nets.   Very good examples are give super to LCD projectors
  42. Video and examples of angles  Teaching angles.
  43. Twizzle  A game using logic and geometry.  
     

  2.  Identify and describe the relative size of angles with respect to right angles as follows:

 

  1. Fruit Picker  Determine where the fruit is located relative to the screen.  Fun and a challenge.  4 Star
  2. Degrees  Click here to view examples of several different degrees 
  3. Degrees-2  Click here to view examples of several different degrees 
  4. Degrees- 3   Click here to view examples
  5. ReviseWise - Angles  This web site uses colorful animation and great explanations to teach about types of angles, and the sum of the angles in triangles and quadrilaterals. After the instruction, the students can take an online quiz to assess their understanding.  Very good must see
  6. What's My Angle?  This is a great collection of interactive angle activities including estimating angles, measuring angles, and creating angles. These are great for individual student use or a whole class activity. Be sure to click the "Skip Intro" button to begin using the tools.
  7. Dam Jammer Game - Flips and Turns  In this online game you help Bucky the Beaver to plug holes in the dam by flipping and rotating basic shapes, and then placing them on the congruent holes in the dam.  This game is outstanding.  Everyone will enjoy playing this one!
  8. Lesson on angles    Crazy angles students will witness a video
  9. Crazy angle works sheet   Kerpoof
  10. Turtle Geometry – Explore numbers, shapes, and logic by programming a turtle to move.

     

  3.  Find and name locations on a labeled grid or coordinate system; e.g., a map or graph.

  1. Simple Coordinates Game  Students investigate the first quadrant of the Cartesian coordinate system through identifying the coordinates of points, or requesting that a particular point be plotted.
  2. Simple Maze Game Students investigate the first quadrant of the Cartesian coordinate system by directing a robot through a mine field laid out on the plane.
  3. Excel Map  This is an Excel spreadsheet activity. Eleven sites of interests are shown on a 20 by 20 grid map of a city. The students are to determine the coordinates of the spots using Excel's rows and columns.  Good activity for students to work on and printout.
  4. Coordinates game This interactive online game displays a 14 by 14 first quadrant grid and asks the student to find specified points when given the coordinates.
  5. Hurkle grid game  In this online game the student tries to locate a creature named Hurkle by guessing its location on a first-quadrant grid. After each guess the student is told the compass direction they need to move to get closer to Hurkle.
  6. What's the Point?  In this online activity students identify points on a grid. There are three difficulty levels being identifying points in the first quadrant, identifying points on the entire grid, and clicking on the grid to locate corrdinates
     

  4.  Draw lines of symmetry to verify symmetrical two-dimensional shapes.

 

  1. Power Point lesson on Symmetry  SB
  2. Symmetry The student describes symmetry in two-dimensional shapes
  3. Lines of Symmetry - drag the shapes that have lines of symmetry into one bin and those that do not into the other bin
  4. Lines of Symmetry - this video lesson explains horizontal, vertical and diagonal line symmetry, and then gives your students the chance to show understanding on several quizzes
  5. Symmetry Activity - practice making patterns that have symmetry
  6. Lines of Symmetry Learn about symmetry and see what happens to a shape when it is folded in half. NOTE: The "Talk" link leads to message boards
  7. Rotation symmetry Decide what shapes have rotation symmetry and locate the rotation point. NOTE: The "Talk" link leads to message boards.
  8. Animation Symmetry Watch this animation to see how symmetric shapes forms.
  9. Symmetry in Art  using art to illustrate symmetry.  Paint is all that is needed.
  10. Symmetry flash video very explaining and showing this concept.
  11. Line Symmetry   This interactive animation explains principles of line symmetry.
  12. Learning Math: Line Symmetry
    Look at examples of symmetrical shapes and see some that aren't symmetrical. Includes shapes to practice drawing symmetrical lines through, plus the solutions.
  13. Kali
    This interactive site lets you choose a color and a pattern and create a symmetrical design.
  14. Bisecting Figures
    Here is fun activity for younger kids to practice finding bisection line.
  15. SuccessLink: Symmetry
    This activity idea has students decorate kites to demonstrate their understanding of symmetry.
  16. UEN: Lines of Symmetry
    This lesson plan for fourth-graders offers an idea for introducing the concept of symmetry to students. The lesson involves having students work in groups to draw symmetrical shapes.
  17. PBS: Using Symmetry to Create Corporate Logos
    This lesson plan is designed for six-eight graders and explains how four types of symmetry are used in logo design.
  18. Alloy Wheel Photo Gallery
    Design your alloy wheel using rotational symmetry.
  19. World Symmetry
    This school site shows how a class investigated the symmetry of many objects, including the alphabet, ink blots, the human body, and more.
  20. Symmetry of Rugs
    Explore links on this page and learn symmetry and asymmetry, and patterns.
  21. Two Faces
    View art pieces that use symmetry to display two faces on one image.
  22. Folding and Cutting a Snowflake
    Here is how to cut a symmetrical snowflake from paper.
  23. eThemes Resource: Math: Tessellations
    These sites explain how to create tessellations with polygons using rotation and reflection. Also includes information about artist M.C. Escher and examples of his tessellation artwork. There are several interactive games for manipulating patterns online.
     
     

  5.  Build a three-dimensional model of an object composed of cubes; e.g., construct a model based on an illustration or actual object.

 

 

(D) Patterns, Functions and Algebra Standard

  1.  Extend multiplicative and growing patterns, and describe the pattern or rule in words.

 

  1. Smart Board Lesson on Patters 4 star
  2. Sound PatternsFun site
  3. Cyper Pattern player - great site 4 star
  4. Pattern Video  You will view an outstanding video on patterns.  It not only explains but will allow the student to answer questions.  4 Start
  5. Fundamentals of Algebra   You will use this  Smart Board assignment to illustrate the basic steps in Algebra.  SB Created: by Dan Hoffman
  6. Pan Balance Find equivalent numerical expressions using a balance scale.
  7. Guess my button   This site will allow the student to compete with the computer and try to figure out which button it is thinking of
  8. Decoder Badge Badge - Dial    (Christmas Story) We have provided a  version of the printable 1936 decoder badge LITTLE ORPHAN ANNIE. This  version is for those who want to start decoding quickly. Just cut out the number disc, pin it to the front of the badge and away you go.  I have provided the two parts.  Great way to have you're kids learn patterns.
  9. Crazy Pattern Machine This game involves choosing the missing element in a pattern. Students can complete this game independently.
  10. Funbrain Number Cracker  Fun brain is a site for games that provide skill practice. Students can use these games independently. Number Cracker provides a series of numbers and the students must extend the series.
  11. ReviseWise - Number Patterns  This web site uses colorful animation and great explanations to teach about number patterns. After the instruction, the students can take an online quiz to assess their understanding.
  12. Who's Missing game  In this game students have to fill in missing cartoon people in a sequence by choosing head shape, face color, and hat style. There are three levels of difficulty.
  13. Pattern Blocks: Hands-on manipulative to learn the basic concepts of fractions, addition and subtraction of fractions, and more...
  14. Power Numbers 1  This site will allow the student to use mathematical reasoning 4 star
  15. Power Numbers 2  This site will allow the student to use mathematical reasoning. This site requires password obtained from site 1   4 star
  16. Power Numbers 3  This site will allow the student to use mathematical reasoning.  This site requires password obtained from site 2  4 star

Odd One OutOdd One Out
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ind the odd one out from the very sweet honey bears, it's more difficult than you think!

 

 

Pattern  You will discover that you may make this easy or difficult.  Outstanding website to view sequence patterns.

 

  2.  Analyze and replicate arithmetic sequences with and without a calculator.

 

  1. E-manipulatives - money, counters, number line, pattern cubes and more.
  2. Math Lingo  For each term or definition, click on the matching piece on the game board. This site gives the user audio directions.

  3.  Use patterns to make predictions, identify relationships, and solve problems.

 

  1. Function Machine Students investigate very simple functions by trying to guess the algebraic form from inputs and outputs
  2. Whole Number Cruncher Similar to the original "Function Machine" but lists input and output in a table and will not let the user attempt to guess the rule on without at least having two data points.
  3. Function Machine  This online tool has you put in a number, and then it spits out a result. Your goal is to determine what the function machine is doing to the number. You can choose the type of function it uses or let it be random. Very Good 
4.      Model problem situations using objects, pictures, tables, numbers, letters and other symbols.
  1. ReviseWise - Problem Solving This web site uses colorful animation and great explanations to teach about problem solving strategies. After the instruction, the students can take an online quiz to assess their understanding. The only drawback is the use of English pounds instead of American dollars.
  2. Pattern Blocks – Use six common geometric shapes to build patterns and solve problems.
  3. Pentominoes – Use the 12 pentomino combinations to solve problems.
    1. Introduction to Coordinate Graphing

      Introduce elementary students to coordinate graphing through seasonal coloring activities.   The fall Jack-O-Lantern activity requires students to use the grid code and crayons or markers to create a jack-o-lantern on a blank 9x9 grid.   The use of letters on the horizontal axis and numbers on the vertical axis introduces young students to coordinate pairs without the confusion of the standard (h,v) format.   Notice that it is important that elementary students become accustomed to listing the horizontal coordinate first as this will transfer to the Cartesian coordinates they will use in later grades.

     

5.  Write, solve and explain simple mathematical statements, such as 7 + □ > 8 or ∆ + 8 = 10.  

  6.  Express mathematical relationships as equations and inequalities.

 

 

7. Create tables to record, organize and analyze data to discover patterns and rules.

 

  1. Function Machine  This online tool has you put in a number, and then it spits out a result. Your goal is to determine what the function machine is doing to the number. You can choose the type of function it uses or let it be random.
  2. Pattern Blocks – Manipulative  Use six common geometric shapes to build patterns and solve problems.

  8.  Identify and describe quantitative changes, especially those involving addition and subtraction; e.g., the height of water in a glass becoming 1 centimeter lower each week due to evaporation.

 

 

(E) Data Analysis and Probability Standard

1.   Collect and organize data from an experiment, such as recording and classifying observations or measurements, in response to a question posed.

 

  1. Bar Graph  Enter data to create a bar graph, then manipulate the graph's maximum and minimum values.
  2. Bar Graph shapes    Sort colored shapes into a bar graph.
  3. Creating a Chart Video.  This video will take you step by step in creating a spreadsheet then converting it into a chart.  You will need sound to listen and view this video.
     

2. Draw and interpret picture graphs in which a symbol or picture represents more than one object.

 

  1. Video to create a picture graph.  You may download the following to assist you in working on this Indicator.
    1. Instructions on how to create a picture graph with rubric.
    2. Several photos below that will allow you to work on the instructions above.
    3. Collie   Old English  German Sheppard   Boston Terrier   Scottish Terrier

  3.  Read, interpret and construct bar graphs with intervals greater than one.

 

  1. Amblegraph This online tools lets you create simple bar charts in your web browser. Children can use it for very quick surveys or a teacher can use it to model the construction of a bar graph with a class or group. Most elements are editable.  4 star
  2. ReviseWise - Interpreting Data This web site uses colorful animation and great explanations to teach about interpreting different types of graphs. After the instruction, the students can take an online quiz to assess their understanding.
  3. Excel Bar Graph Spreadsheet  This is an Excel spreadsheet activity for a whole class or individual students. A generic 8 item bar graph can be dynamically altered with custom data and labels.
  4. Pie Chart (8 items)   This is an Excel spreadsheet activity for the whole class or individual students. A generic 8 item pie chart can be dynamically altered with custom data and labels.
     

  4.  Support a conclusion or prediction orally and in writing, using information in a table or graph.

 

Problem solving and using time zones.  You will find listed below  Quizzes.  Each quiz has a question and also the answer.  To view the answer or hint you must  highlight it with a different font color.  You may down load the following quizzes for your class.  Quiz 1  Quiz 2  Quiz 3

  5.  Match a set of data with a graphical representation of the data.

 

 

  6.  Translate information freely among charts, tables, line plots, picture graphs and bar graphs; e.g., create a bar graph from the information in a chart.

 

 
7.    Analyze and interpret information represented on a timeline.  

  8.  Identify the mode of a data set and describe the information it gives about a data set.

 

  1. Mean -  Mode  - Median  Great website to show the student the difference.  Just click on start.
  2. Smart board   Play a game that will allow you to focus on many different areas of math SB
  3. ReviseWise - Mode, median, mean  This web site uses colorful animation and great explanations to teach about mean, median, and mode. After the instruction, the students can take an online quiz to assess their understanding.
  4. Excel Spreadsheet.   This spreadsheet illustrates how to obtain the Mode, median and mean using excel.

  9.  Conduct a simple experiment or simulation of a simple event, record the results in a chart, table or graph, and use the results to draw conclusions about the likelihood of possible outcomes.

 

  1. Box Model - Virtual Manipulative  This online activity models a probability experiment of pulling numbers from a box. First, the user decides which numbers, and how many of each, are in a box. Then the computer begins randomly drawing numbers and keeping totals. Superimposed can be a graph of the expected theoretical probabilities. This is excellent to show real v. theoretical probability, and the effect of the number of trials on the results.
  2. Spinners – Manipulative Work with spinners to learn about numbers and probabilities.
  3. Pie Chart Manipulative Explore percentages and fractions using pie charts

10.  Use physical models, pictures, diagrams and lists to solve problems involving possible arrangements or combinations of two to four objects.

 

  1. Disguise Combos game In this online interactive game the student determines by experiment how many possible disguise combinations there are, given several pieces to work with. After each round, the mathematical formula for combinations is used for the problem.
     
Daily Questions
  1. Daily Questions - to serve as a ten to fifteen minute (approximate) review of practice test items and critical thinking (217 pages)