Math Daily 3
Launching Lessons
Debriefing Math by Myself Step 10
Watch this very important part of learning and practicing Math by Myself, reflection, and goal setting.
Read MoreNumber Talks and Math Daily 3
Incorporate number talks into your Math Daily 3 routine to increase these purposeful conversations in your classroom.
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Advice for Beginners
If you are new to Daily 5, CAFE, or Math Daily 3, here are some thoughts from our team to help you get started.
Read MorePreparing to Launch Math Daily 3
These links will help you get ready to launch Math Daily 3 smoothly and successfully.
Read MoreMath Games Are More Than Fun
Math games might be fun, but they serve a very serious purpose.
Read MoreMath Daily 3—Structuring Your Schedule
Whether your math block is 60, 70, or 90 minutes long, this article will help you set a successful schedule.
Read MoreGrouping Students in Math
Here are four ways to help you form meaningful, differentiated math groups.
Read MoreMath Daily 3—Quick Start Guide
These supports are just what you need to get Math Daily 3 up and running.
Read MoreExit Slips–Parking Lot
The purpose of formative assessment is to monitor and enhance student learning. This Postit Note Parking Lot is a simple and efficient formative assessment.
Read MoreMath with Someone Launching Brief
This brief will help you launch Math with Someone.
Read MoreMath Writing Launching Brief
This onepage document will help you launch Math Writing smoothly and successfully.
Read MoreMath by Myself Launching Brief
This onepage document will help you launch Math by Myself smoothly and successfully.
Read MoreMath Daily 3
Math Daily 3 is a framework for structuring math time so students develop deep conceptual understanding and mathematical proficiency.
Read MoreLaunching Math Daily 3
This article guides you through the two main parts of launching Math by Myself.
Read MoreEstimating and Measuring the Capacity of Various Containers
This lesson, which matches a thirdgrade standard, would be of value to younger students performing above grade level, older students performing below grade level, and students in third grade.
Read MoreMath Focus Lesson Layout
Take a look at how we plan for instruction and individual practice in our math block.
Read MoreMath Tools
The tools/manipulatives required for Math Daily 3 will differ depending on the concepts you cover during the year. We have found three primary ways of organizing math tools to be successful.
Read MoreMath Manipulatives
Pam Pogson's students are accustomed to using math manipulatives to solve problems. In this video, she challenges them to use these math tools to help prove their mathematical thinking as well.
Read MoreMath Group Brainstorms Working Behaviors
These sixth grade students are meeting in small groups to discuss behaviors and expectations for themselves and each other when working with math.
Read MoreSetting Up Math Workshop
Pam and her students get ready to launch the workshop model in math by constructing the Math Daily 3 IChart together. Because they are so familiar with Daily 5 for reading and writing, the students easily transfer the behavior expectations to the math period.
Read More3 Questions to Help Students Learn to 'Talk Math'
A video to demonstrate speaking the math language with students.
Read MoreUsing the Math Board to Differentiate
Joan uses the Math Board to guide student choices.
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