Math Daily 3
Activities
What's the Shape?
Use this activity to have students apply knowledge of geometric shapes and their attributes.
Read MoreComposing and Decomposing Numbers
Students apply knowledge of place value by building numbers using standard and expanded form.
Read MoreWhat's Your Product? (Video)
This video is jampacked with information about how to get Math Daily 3 started by learning a game.
Math: Artistic Activity for Understanding Area
Students us Piet Mondrian's rectangular drawing approach to build and calculate an area comprised of smaller colorful components. Individual or partner activity.
Read MoreArea Dice Game: Calculate Area
Give your students handson practice composing and calculating the area of rectilinear figures created entirely from rectangles.
Achieving Math Fact Fluency
Setting a goal and achieving it is shared on this simple chart.
Read MoreWriting Equations in SlopeIntercept Form
This activity provides practice writing solutions in slopeintercept form and plotting possible solutions on a coordinate plane.
Read MoreVariable Scramble with Distribution
Students use a selfselected strategy to find the value of the unknown number.
Read More20 Questions
Students create and solve problems designed around math concepts being studied.
Read MoreVariable Scramble
This activity provides practice finding the value of an unknown number.
Read MoreRoll Today's Number
Students will have fun practicing with the attributes of fourdigit numbers with this Math by Myself activity.
Read MorePlaying Card Addition
This math activity provides great practice in adding to sums of 10.
Read MoreFinding Effective Math Games
Math Daily 3 uses math games and activities to provide kinesthetic practice of math concepts. Here are some suggestions for where to find these effective and meaningful math games.
Read MoreMultiplication Cards
Students build computation and estimation skills with this simple card game.
Read MoreCounting Numbers and Objects to Fill a Frame
For our emerging mathematicians, counting and cardinality to understand the relationship between numbers and quantities is not only a vital foundational math skill, but one of the standards for kindergarten.
Read MoreGraphing Points on the Coordinate Plane
Here is an activity for Math with Self, Math with Someone, and Math Writing. It is designed for fifthgrade practice of the geometry standard.
Read MoreFractions as Numbers
This math activity provides practice in understanding and writing fractions.
Read MoreSubtracting 10s
This math activity provides practice subtracting multiples of 10 from multiples of 10.
Read MoreOdd and Even Numbers
This math activity provides practice determining if the number of objects in a group is odd or even.
Read MoreWrite Time
This math activity provides practice in telling time and writing time in hours and half hours using analog and digital clocks.
Read MoreComposing Numbers 11, 12, 13
This math activity provides great practice in writing numbers, and in counting by using counters and a ten frame.
Read MoreRecognize and Write Algebraic Equations
This lesson, which matches a sixthgrade standard, would be of value to younger students performing above grade level, older students performing below grade level, and students in grade six.
Read MoreUse Compatible Numbers to Estimate Quotients
This lesson, which matches a fifthgrade standard, would be of value to younger students performing above grade level, older students performing below grade level, and students in fifth grade.
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