Math Daily 3
Activities
Rational or Irrational?
In this activity, students classify numbers as rational or irrational.
Read MoreArea Model Multiplication and Division
Students use apply knowledge of using an area model to solve multiplication and/or division problems.
Read MoreCounter War
Similar to the card game War, this game uses manipulatives as concrete objects to help young learners compare numbers.
Read MoreWhat's Your Product? (Video)
This video is jampacked with information about how to get Math Daily 3 started by learning a game.
World Series of Fact Practice
Students build fluency and automaticity of basic facts.
Read MoreVariable Scramble with Distribution
Students use a selfselected strategy to find the value of the unknown number.
Read MorePerimeter Challenge
This math activity provides practice in measuring the distance around the outside of a figure.
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 MoreCard Game of War with a Difference
The popular card game War has been revised a bit to support early number sense as well as counting and cardinality.
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 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 MoreWrite Fractions to Describe Shaded Parts of a Rectangle
Lesson on shading rectangles to represent fractions.
Read MoreCanoga (Also Known as Shut the Box)
Canoga is a great game for developing number sense, fact fluency, and strategic thinking.
Read MoreIt's Time to Multiply
Allison Behne is sharing a game she created that combines multiplication and telling time. Fun!
Read MoreA Very Versatile Math Game Board, "Roll the Dice"
This simple gameboard provides the backdrop for a variety of fact and number games that cover many different concepts for a range of ages and abilities.
Read MoreWhat's Your Product? (Activity)
Allison Behne created this game to reinforce Operations and Algebraic thinking, multiplication, with her students. She recently shared the addition version with us called Sum It Up. This is the multiplication version.
Read MoreMore or Less with Dominoes
In this video you will see Nadia and Janice working with dominoes as a math tool. Dominoes are great for pattern recognition and developing fact fluency.
Read MoreDraw a Snowman–Math Game
Having strong number sense is critical if our students are going to be proficient in math. This dice game will strengthen number sense while incorporating fun.
Read MoreNumber Roll and Write
Last week, Allison shared a favorite game of her students. As we were reviewing our video vault, we discovered we had a video of students in Joan's class playing a similar game.
Read MoreNumber Roll and Write–Math Game
One game my students enjoy playing during our Daily Math is called "Number Roll and Write". This game is simple, yet it covers many different concepts.
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