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## Make Teaching 3rd Grade Math Less Intimidating

This FREE guide is filled with helpful information, engaging ideas and relevant resources for teaching 3rd grade math.

### The Essentials: How to Teach 3rd Grade Math

Are you a new third grade teacher and want to know how to teach 3rd grade math? Or are you a vet that just needs

### 3rd Grade Math: How to Build Multiplication and Division Understanding

In third grade, one of the most important math goals is teaching multiplication and division understanding.  Don’t make the mistake of jumping right into solving

### 3rd Grade Math: How to Teach Addition and Subtraction within 1,000

Teaching 3rd grade addition and subtraction can be challenging. Students often make mistakes when adding and subtracting larger multi-digit numbers. This is usually because they

### How to Teach Rounding to 3rd Graders

Rounding numbers is an important life skill. Have you ever been in a situation when you needed to find out how much time it took

### The Essentials: How to Teach 3rd Grade Math

Are you a new third grade teacher and want to know how to teach 3rd grade math? Or are you a vet that just needs

### Mobile Math Task Cards for the Busy Teacher

Every minute of the instructional day is precious.  There is never enough time to do it all! How can I help kids review math skills

### Interactive Number Lines: A Number Sense Builder

Have you been looking for a hands-on way to build number sense in your elementary kids? Look no further, I have just the thing. Interactive number lines!

### Rounding 101 – Number Lines, Games and More

Want to know how to teach rounding and make it fun? Are you looking for games and activities that will help your students master this

### 5 Fun Ways to Teach Multiplication Facts

A few months ago, I wrote a post about using read alouds to teach multiplication. I am always on the lookout for new ideas to help

### 4 Read Alouds that Support Multiplication

As teachers we want our students to develop a strong understanding of the multiplication facts.  If you live in a state that uses the Common