The Halloween Doorbell Rang: A Division Story Activity Book & PowerPoint 3.OA.2

The Halloween Doorbell Rang: A Division Story Activity Book & PowerPoint 3.OA.2

Have fun illustrating division with the story The Halloween Doorbell Rang. Your students will use candy corn (or another Halloween candy) as a manipulative with The Halloween Doorbell Rang Activity Book. They will practice dividing 12 candies between 2, 4, 6, and 12 different people and then illustrate their results. Also included are an interactive PowerPoint story, and one additional small group activity using the book The Doorbell Rang. Use this as a small group activity or a whole group activity. INCLUDES: Title Page Lesson Plan (2 pages) Activity Book (6 activity book pages) 1 Additional Small Group Resource: The Halloween Doorbell Rang: Sequencing Cut and Paste activity The Halloween Doorbell Rang PowerPoint Story Thank you page Happy Learning! Abby Sandlin Standards Addressed: MCC3.OA.2 Interpret whole-number quotients of whole numbers (30 into 5 equal groups) http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Abby-Sandlin
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Reader's Notebook Constructed Response Mega Pack

Reader's Notebook Constructed Response Mega Pack

Have your students extend their thinking with constructed response journal prompts for reader's notebooks! These journal prompts bump up the rigor for the reading Common Core Standards which can be used in either 3rd or 4th grade. All prompts are classroom tested. Use the included teacher examples to model expectations with your students! Check out the preview to get an idea of what this awesome Mega Pack includes! Included: Title Page Thank You Page Table of Contents Pg 4 : Asking and Answering Questions (RI.1) Pg. 5 : A Letter to the Author (RL.1) Pg. 7 : Retelling Important Events (RL.2) Pg. 9 : A Letter to the Teacher: Book Review (RL. 2) Pg. 11 : Ask the Character (RL.3) Pg. 13 : Dear Diary (RL.3) Pg. 15 : Incredible Idioms (RL.4) Pg. 17 : Poetry Rocks (RL.5) Pg. 19 : Totally Text Features (RI.5) Pg. 21 : Take it From Me! (RL.6) Pg. 23 : Let’s Celebrate Kid’s Day (RI.6) Pg. 25-26: A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words (RL.7) Pg.28: Compare and Contrast Informational Texts (RI.9) Pg. 30 : Author Study (RL.9) Pg. 32 : Additional Rubrics *All prompts come with examples* Thanks for downloading! Abby Sandlin
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Multiplying Single Digits by Multiples of 10 Activity Pack

Multiplying Single Digits by Multiples of 10 Activity Pack

Looking for ways to spice up multiplying single digits by multiples of ten? Use this activity pack as a supplemental resource to fit any of your classroom needs! Use fun and engaging worksheets as classwork or homework. You may even want to place the Matching Game at a guided math center. Reinforce your lessons with the partner problems and a group project! Includes: Teacher Tips Mystery Word Worksheet Word Problem Worksheet “Total Tens” Number Search 4 Partner Problems “Let’s Make An Array” Small Group Project (with materials) 2 Whole Group Word Problems Multiplying by Multiples of Ten Matching Game Happy Learning! Abby Sandlin MCC3.NBT.3: Multiply one digit whole numbers by multiples of 10 in the range of 10 - 90 using strategies based on places value and properties of operations.
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Delicious Distributive Property SCOOT Game {3.MD.C.7c & 3.OA.B.5}

Delicious Distributive Property SCOOT Game {3.MD.C.7c & 3.OA.B.5}

Play this SCOOT or Scavenger Hunt style game with your students to practice the distributive property using easy area models! This game meets the standard: 3.OA.B.5: Apply properties of operations as strategies to multiply and divide. 3.MD.C.7c: Use tiling to show in a concrete case that the area of a rectangle with whole-number side lengths (a) and (b + c) is the sum of (a x b) and (a x c). Use area models to represent the distributive property in mathematical reasoning. INCLUDES: Title Page What is the Distributive Property? How to Play 20 Delicious Distributive SCOOT Cards (5 pages) Recording Sheet Answer Sheet Thank You Page Happy Learning! Abby Sandlin
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The Doorbell Rang: A Division Story Activity Book {3.OA.2}

The Doorbell Rang: A Division Story Activity Book {3.OA.2}

Have fun illustrating division with the story The Doorbell Rang, by Pat Hutchins. Your students will use Cookie Crisps (or another cereal) as a manipulative with The Doorbell Rang Activity Book. They will practice dividing 12 cookies between 2, 4, 6, and 12 different people and then illustrate their results. Also included are two additional small group activities using the book The Doorbell Rang. Use this as a small group activity or a whole group activity. INCLUDES: Title Page Lesson Plan (2 pages) Activity Book (6 activity book pages) 2 Additional Small Group Resources: The Doorbell Rang: Main Idea The Doorbell Rang: Sequencing Cut and Paste activity Thank you page Happy Learning! Abby Sandlin Standards Addressed: MCC3.OA.2 Interpret whole-number quotients of whole numbers (30 into 5 equal groups)
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Equivalent Fractions Activity Pack - 3.NF.3a and 3.NF.3b

Equivalent Fractions Activity Pack - 3.NF.3a and 3.NF.3b

Have your students see equivalent fraction models in action with this great activity pack! Students will make their own fraction strips and use them to find different equivalent and not-equivalent fractions. Students will document their learning on two interactive printables. Students will also create equivalent fractions on number lines and rulers. Assess your students using the assessment included in this activity pack. Use this in a small group or use it as a whole group lesson; your students are bound to get a lot from it! Includes: Title Pages for all activities Standards Map Equivalent Fraction Strip Activity (3 pages) Equivalent Fraction Cut and Paste Activity (1 page) Equivalent Fractions on the Number Line Activity (1 page) Culminating Assessment (2 Pages) All Answer Keys are included Standards Taught and Assessed: 3.NF.3a Understand two fractions as equivalent if they are the same size, or the same point on a number line. 3.NF.3b Recognize and generate simple equivalent fractions. Explain why the fractions are equivalent by using a visual fraction model Enjoy! Abby Sandlin
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Area and Perimeter SCOOT with Rectangular and Rectilinear Figures {3.MD.7 & 8}

Area and Perimeter SCOOT with Rectangular and Rectilinear Figures {3.MD.7 & 8}

Your students will practice finding the perimeter and the area of rectangular, rectilinear, and compound shapes with this SCOOT or Scavenger Hunt style game. Includes: Title Page Standards Map How to Play 3 pages of cards (18 in all) Recording Sheet Answer Sheet Thank You Page This game was made using the standards: MCC3.MD.7d Recognize area as additive. Find areas of rectilinear figures by decomposing them into non-overlapping rectangles and adding the areas of the non-overlapping parts, applying this technique to solve real world problems. MCC3.MD.8 Solve real world and mathematical problems involving perimeters of polygons, including finding the perimeter given the side lengths, finding an unknown side length, and exhibiting rectangles with the same perimeter and different areas or with the same area and different perimeters. Please let us know how you used this in your classroom! Happy Learning! Abby Sandlin http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Abby-Sandlin
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Equivalent Fraction Match Up - Aligned with Common Core {3.NF.a & 3.NF.b}

Equivalent Fraction Match Up - Aligned with Common Core {3.NF.a & 3.NF.b}

Looking for a fun way to introduce or review equivalent fractions in third or fourth grade? Have partners play Equivalent Fraction Match Up! Students take turns flipping over pairs of fraction cards. When they collect two equivalent fractions, they write them on the recording sheet and draw again. The students with the most equivalent fraction matches wins! This game integrates equivalent fractions on a number line, fractions on a ruler (to the fourth of an inch), and fractions of geometric figures. Also, the clip art is all original! Includes: Title page Teacher Tips How To Play Equivalent Fraction Cards Player 1 & 2 Recording Sheet Thank You Page Thank you for your purchase! I would love for you to rate this product! Happy Learning! Abby Sandlin MCC3.NF.3a Understand two fractions as equivalent if they are the same size, or the same point on a number line. MCC3.NF.3b Recognize and generate simple equivalent fractions. Explain why the fractions are equivalent by using a visual fraction model
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3rd / 4th Grade Word of the Day Bulletin Board Set with 140 Vocabulary Cards

3rd / 4th Grade Word of the Day Bulletin Board Set with 140 Vocabulary Cards

Expand your students' vocabulary with the Word of the Day! Incorporate the Word of the Day into your daily routine to not only expand your students' vocabulary, but also to practice dictionary skills, context clues, sentence structure, synonyms, and antonyms. Add these words to your word wall to strengthen your students' speech patterns and word choice in their writing. Includes: - Word of the Day Title Page - Word of the Day Bulletin Board Set - How to Use this in Your Classroom - 140 Vocabulary Word Cards - Definition/Synonyms/Antonyms Reference Sheets - Thank you Page Happy Learning! Abby Sandlin http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Abby-Sandlin
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Comparing Fractions WAR Game {3.NF.3d}

Comparing Fractions WAR Game {3.NF.3d}

Your students will love comparing fractions with this card game! Students will divide the cards equally between two players. After flipping their first fraction card, they will compare the two fractions. The player with the larger fraction takes the pair and they play again. The player with the most cards at the end, wins! This is a fun game to put in a guided math center or to use with early finishers. Includes: Title Page Directions (How to Play) Fraction Cards (6 pages, 35 cards in all) Thank You Page Happy Learning! Abby Sandlin MCC3.NF.3d Compare two fractions with the same numerator or the same denominator by reasoning about their size. Recognize that comparisons are valid only when the two fractions refer to the same whole. Record the results of comparisons with the symbols >, =, or
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Fractions on a Number Line Scavenger Hunt {3.NF.A.2a, 3.NF.A.2b}

Fractions on a Number Line Scavenger Hunt {3.NF.A.2a, 3.NF.A.2b}

Students will love practicing naming fractions on a number line with this fun scavenger hunt. There are 24 cards in the set. Cut apart and scatter these fraction cards around your classroom. Have students quietly walk around your room with the recording sheet and write the fraction displayed on each number line. Students struggling with the fractional parts of the number lines can find a hint at the bottom of each card detailing the parts each number line is sectioned. Included: Title Page How to Play Recording Sheet Answer Key 24 Fraction on the Number Line Cards MCC.3NF.2 : Understand a fraction as a number on the number line; represent fractions on a number line diagram.
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Asking and Answering Questions: Mini-Unit

Asking and Answering Questions: Mini-Unit

Have your students think critically about fiction and non-fiction texts with this 6 day mini unit. Your students will ask and answer questions about fables, realistic fiction, and informational texts, as well as create a culminating project using facts they've learned about dinosaurs! This unit is aligned to the standard: ELACC3RI1 and ELACC3RL1: Ask and answer questions to demonstrate understanding of a text, referring explicitly to the text as the basis for the answers. This unit includes... Day 1: Using the text to answer our questions (in fiction texts). Day 2: Using the text to answer our questions in fables. Day 3: Asking and answering questions from informational texts (infer and question). Day 4: Asking and answering questions from informational texts (question and answering). Day 5: Asking our own questions and using the text to answer them. Day 6: Asking and answering questions (summarize and retell). Printables... -Ned's new old sled activity -The Crow and The Pitcher (2 sheets) -Informational text organizers (2 sheets) -Discovering dinosaurs (2 sheets) -Poster group work checklist -Asking and answering questions poster rubric Enjoy and happy learning! -Abby Sandlin
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Distributive Property using Hidden Arrays - {Homework/Classwork Pack}

Distributive Property using Hidden Arrays - {Homework/Classwork Pack}

Reinforce the distributive property of multiplication with this great homework pack! This pack can also be used for classwork or be used as independent practice at a guided math center! Students will: Find "hidden arrays" within a larger array Write equations for these arrays using the distributive property Use area models to represent the distributive property Match arrays to the correct equation Fill in missing numbers and correctly identify arrays Answer real world word problems dealing with the distributive property This pack includes: 8 total activities 1 partner activity Answer key for all activities Please leave comments and feedback! Let me know how your kids liked it! Thank you for downloading! Happy Learning! Abby Sandlin http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Abby-Sandlin MCC3.MD.7C: Use area models to represent the distributive property in mathematical reasoning
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Compare and Contrast Stories by the Same Author Journal Pages

Compare and Contrast Stories by the Same Author Journal Pages

Compare and contrast stories written by the same author about similar characters with these great journal pages. Students will track the author's books on a "Story Board" matrix page. They will compare and contrast the characters, theme, setting, and plot. Includes: Title Page Vocabulary Page Story Board Matrix What is Theme? Journal Page Compare and Contrast Two Stories Journal Page Compare and Contrast Two Stories Written Assessment Page Compare and Contrast Two Characters Journal Page Compare and Contrast Two Settings Journal Page Thank you Page Happy Learning! Abby Sandlin https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Abby-Sandlin
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Mr. Fraction: A Fraction Craftivity {3.NF.A.1}

Mr. Fraction: A Fraction Craftivity {3.NF.A.1}

Students will have a blast constructing their very own Mr. Fraction during math workstations or independent work time. Students will color various fractions detailed on the recording sheet then construct Mr. Fraction on construction paper. They will then answer questions about the various fractions found on Mr. Fraction. Included: Title Page Thank You Page How to Use This Mr. Fraction Example Mr. Fraction Pages (2 pages) Mr. Fraction Recording Sheet Answer Key Happy Learning! Abby Sandlin 3.NF.A.1: Understand a fraction 1/b as the quantity formed by 1 part when a whole is partitioned into (b) equal parts; understand a fraction a/b as the quantity formed by parts of size 1/b.
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Measuring to the half and quarter inch - SCOOT Game {3.MD.B.4}

Measuring to the half and quarter inch - SCOOT Game {3.MD.B.4}

Play this SCOOT or Scavenger Hunt style game with your students to practice measuring to the half and quarter inch using rulers. Students will then take the measurement data they collected and plot the measurements on a line plot. This game meets the standard: 3.MD.B.4: Generate measurement data by measuring lengths using rulers marked with halves and fourths of a inch. Show the data by making a line plot, where the horizontal scale is marked off in appropriate units -- whole numbers, halves, or quarters. INCLUDES: Title Page Thank You Page How to Play 20 Measurement SCOOT Cards (5 pages) Recording Sheet Answer Sheet Happy Learning! Abby Sandlin
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Commas in Dates and Addresses Story Booklet, Assessment, and Follow-up Activity

Commas in Dates and Addresses Story Booklet, Assessment, and Follow-up Activity

Teach commas in dates and addresses with this engaging and interactive story booklet and follow-up activity. Students will help Marty the mailman return all the missing commas to the addresses and dates of the letters he is delivering! Assess your students with a short quiz that will give you great insight as to how well your students understand this concept. Give the follow-up activity for homework or classwork. Included: Title Page Teacher Tips The Day the Commas Went Missing Booklet (5 half pages; copy front to back) Assessment Follow-up Activity Answer Key Thank You Page Thank you for downloading! Happy learning! Abby Sandlin
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RL3.5 Winter Themed Poetry and Reader's Theater Rotations

RL3.5 Winter Themed Poetry and Reader's Theater Rotations

This Winter Themed Poetry and Reader's Theater unit is a fun way to teach the standard RL3.5. You can use this as rotations or as whole group mini-lessons. Rotations: If using this unit as rotations, simply print out the rotation cards and place them in plastic tubs or file folders. Place the corresponding materials in each center. After teaching a mini-lesson about poetry and dramas, have your students rotate throughout the centers, completing the response sheet for each poem. You may want to have your students divide into small groups for this activity. Students can keep their completed work in a folder using the title page provided. You may also wish to staple all the response sheets together and have students complete them as they rotate through the centers. Whole Group: If rotations aren’t your thing, you may also use these poems during your whole group mini-lesson. Project a poem on the smart board while your students have a copy of the poem with the response sheet on the back. You may wish to highlight rhyming words or various patterns your students see. You may also want to underline parts where the author uses nonliteral language. Copyright: All poems and reader’s theaters are in the public domain, an original piece, or permission has been granted by the author. Included: How to use this in your classroom Poetry Notebook Title Page (Color) Poetry Notebook Title Page (B&W) Poetry/Reader’s Theater Center Cards How to Read Poetry Poster (Color, B&W) The Early Morning by Hilarie Belloc for Journal The Early Morning Response Page Houses by Aileen L. Fisher Houses Response Page Snowflakes by Poetry for Young Scientists Snowflakes Response Page Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening by Robert Frost Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening Response Page Winter by Walter De La Mare Winter Response Page Sledding Fun Reader’s Theater Sledding Fun Response Page An excerpt from A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens A Christmas Carol Response Page Answer Sheet Happy Learning! Abby Sandlin www.teacherspayteachers.com/store/abby-sandlin
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Perimeter and Area Activity Pack {3.MD.7,8}

Perimeter and Area Activity Pack {3.MD.7,8}

Reinforce your lessons with this Perimeter and Area Activity Pack! In this activity pack, students will find the area and perimeter of rectilinear/compound shapes. Use these activities as classwork, homework, partner problems, or cooperative learning guided math stations! This activity pack is to serve as a supplemental resource to fit your classroom needs. INCLUDES: Standards Map How to Use This Pack 10 Perimeter/Area Activities: Priscilla's Perfect Perimeter Mystery Side Perimeter Ana's Awesome Area (Extension) Andy's Awesome Area (Extension) Andrew's Awesome Area Ashley's Awesome Area Amazing Area Area and Perimeter Fun Paste the Perimeter Answer Key Standards Addressed: MCC3.MD.7D; Recognize area as additive. Find areas of rectilinear figures by decomposing them into non-overlapping rectangles and adding the areas of the non-overlapping parts, applying this technique to solve real world problems. MCC3.MD.8: Solve real world and mathematical problems involving perimeters of polygons, including finding the perimeter given the side lengths, finding an unknown side length, and exhibiting rectangles with the same perimeter and different areas of with the same area and different perimeters. Happy Learning! Abby Sandlin
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Six Traits of Writing Bulletin Board Poster Set {Find your Writing VOICES}

Six Traits of Writing Bulletin Board Poster Set {Find your Writing VOICES}

Create an inviting bulletin board display to accompany your 6 + 1 Traits of Writing lessons. This poster set includes: - Large Full-Color VOICES Letters and Subheadings - V : Voice/style - O : Organization - I : Ideas - C : Conventions - E : Exciting Word Choice - S : Sentence Fluency - 25 Strategy Cards with Graphics Happy Learning! Abby Sandlin http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Abby-Sandlin
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Book Challenge Reading Logs {Freebie!}

Book Challenge Reading Logs {Freebie!}

Motivate your students to read a variety of genres with the 15, 20, and 30 Book Challenge Reading Logs. Your students will read either 15 books, 20 books, or 30 books of varying genres, recording the titles on their reading logs. Once your students have met their challenge, have a class celebration and move them to the next challenge. Includes: Title Page 30 Book Challenge Reading Log 20 Book Challenge Reading Log 15 Book Challenge Reading Log Thank You Page Enjoy! Abby Sandlin http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Abby-Sandlin
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