School has taken on a whole new look in the last two weeks with the Corona Virus pandemic and it can be difficult to find distance learning resources for 3rd grade to help your students work remotely. Some students need digital assignments and some need paper. Either way, we want to provide ways for students to continue practicing essential 3rd grade skills with activities that interest and challenge them.
Here are 5 Distance Learning Resources for 3rd Grade that can help with both digital and printable needs:
Math Error Analysis – These digital error analysis resources are perfect for this time of the school year. Using math models to find errors helps students reach the higher levels of Bloom’s Taxonomy – analysis and evaluation. Each resource has 36 problems, half of which are multiple choice, half are short answer responses. Click on each one below to see a preview:
Multiplication Word Problems Error Analysis for Google™ Classroom
Printables – Perfect for Take Home Packets
Regions of the United States Maps and Worksheets – This fun paper-based maps activity will have your students engaged for 3 – 5 lessons discovering the 5 regions of the United States through close reading, maps, and vocabulary. You could provide some or all of this as take-home material for students. CLICK HERE TO SEE A PREVIEW.
J.K. Rowling Growth Mindset Biography – Keep your students learning about having a growth mindset by learning about the famous author of Harry Potter and how she succeeded in life by never giving up. This paper-based resource is perfect for practicing reading comprehension too! CLICK HERE TO SEE A PREVIEW.
Math Printables – Give students without technology the opportunity to practice important 3rd grade math concepts like multiplication, division, and fractions. Each packet of printables can be sent home separately to space out their math review. CLICK HERE FOR MULTIPLICATION, DIVISION, FRACTIONS, AND ROUNDING.
Character Traits Close Reading Pack – What a great refresher for 3rd graders to use right now. This engaging story of Jared and his problem will really help your students understand how character actions drive the plot of the story. CLICK HERE TO SEE A PREVIEW.
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