Mention "word problems" to most adults and you can hear the groans. They don't have great memories from their school days about learning this essential, but difficult skill. But - your students don't have to have the same memories as their parents. If you teach them how to solve the word problem in ... READ *the* POST

## The Easiest Way to Use Halloween Math Activities

Teaching kids anything during fun holidays like Halloween is a teacher's nightmare - right? They have way more important things on their minds than your math lesson. That's why the easiest way to keep students learning during this holiday is with Halloween Math Activities that you can use in math ... READ *the* POST

## 10 Multiplication Resources You Will Love

One of my favorite things about 3rd grade is teaching multiplication! I love how excited my students are about learning this "big kid" math skill. I love all the elements of multiplication - starting with repeated addition, arrays, and number lines. It's a big math unit that takes about 6 - 8 weeks ... READ *the* POST

## The Fun Multiplication Activity Your 3rd Graders Will Love

Kids are much more engaged with math activities that are fun. Fun means games, hands-on activities (especially those involving glue sticks!), and anything with manipulatives! That's why I know this fun multiplication activity will be loved by your 3rd Grade students. It's got glue, scissors, math ... READ *the* POST

## Multiplication Facts Practice with a Twist!

Do your students need to practice multiplication facts? Do they dread it? What if there was a way for them to practice in a way that engages them and more importantly is really effective? Keep reading to see how I give my students multiplication facts practice with a twist!
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## Multiplication Jeopardy Game for 3rd Grade

I love including multiplication games for 3rd grade in my lesson plans throughout the school year! I mean - kids and games? You can't lose! There are so many different ways to practice multiplication beyond the usual flashcards routine. One of my favorites is Multiplication Jeopardy for 3rd Grade. ... READ *the* POST