### Plan de estudios completo de la clase de matemáticas de tercer grado de la Sra. Colleen (con un maestro autorizado) y materiales imprimibles incluidos

En esta interesante clase de tercer grado, los estudiantes practicarán una variedad de conceptos y habilidades del plan de estudios de matemáticas de tercer grado. Después de la lección, jugaremos un divertido juego de clase o realizaremos una actividad para apoyar el aprendizaje.

#### Qué está incluido

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1 horas 10 minutos horas de clase por semana###### Tarea

1 hora por semana. Homework: Each student is unique and may require extra time outside of class to complete work. Extension activity is provided. This is optional to help support student’s learning outside of class. These are not evaluated by me.#### Experiencia de clase

###### Nivel de inglés: desconocido

###### Grado de EE. UU. 3

Please note: class may go over the estimated scheduled time. It is best for learners to start at the beginning of the listed math concept/topic. However, if you feel that your learner can benefit from jumping right in, feel free. Please see schedule. This class will allow learners to practice grade 3 concepts from the math curriculum. Please read the class description to see if this class is a good fit for your learner. Materials will be posted Monday mornings. Please have materials ready before the start of class. Let’s have fun working on math together. Each lesson will have the same format: * Warm up: we will do a math warm up to help turn on our minds to get ready for the lesson. Math questions will be displayed on a google slide. Students are encouraged to share their thinking with the class. Our warm ups are focused on grade 3 level subtraction, addition, multiplication, division and/or fraction concepts. Warm up helps students get their minds ready to learn and reinforce several math concepts. * Lesson: I will teach a lesson to the class. We will work together using manipulatives and powerpoint presentations. (Please note, I include a paper copy of manipulatives. However, some of our units do not require manipulatives). Students will “Watch Me First”, explaining a concept and work through a problem. Then through guided practice, students will work through the material with me. Students will be provided with a worksheet to record their thinking as we engage in the lesson. We will be using various types of manipulatives. Students are encouraged to use manipulatives along with me. Please note: depending on the math concept, there may be no manipulatives. * Independent work: Students will work on assigned work with support from me. Students are encouraged to use manipulatives. Students will be provided with a worksheet. We will go over the work together. Students are encouraged to share their thinking with the class. *Reflection: Students will reflect on their thinking and how they feel about the math topic. * I will teach the students a game to play at home or activity to support math concept Week Of October 9th Focus: Place Value and Rounding of Numbers to the nearest 10 and 100. Lesson 1: Lesson 1 - Objective: Read numbers and determine the value of different digits. In this lesson students will read 3 and 4 digit numbers using place value charts and determine the value of a selected digit. For example: determining the value of “7” in 867. Manipulatives: Place Value Chart and Base 10 Blocks. Game: Place value yahtzee - Please have dice on hand Lesson 2 - Objective: Solve Place Value Riddles. Students will use place value understanding to help solve some riddles. If time allows, students can create his or her own riddles for the class to solve. For example: solve a word riddle about a 3 digit number, write the 3 digit number in expanded form and draw it in base 10 form. Manipulatives: Place Value Chart and Base 10 Blocks. Game: Battleship #1 Lesson 3 - Rounding 2 digit numbers using number paths. Objective: Students will be introduced to rounding 2 digit numbers to the nearest 10. A number path is a counting tool to help identify patterns. For example: rounding the 2 digit number 38 to the nearest 10 on a number path from 30 - 40. Manipulatives: 100s Chart and Base 10 Blocks. Game: Battleship #2 Materials: Dice Base 10 Blocks - paper copy provided Place Value Chart - paper copy provided Learning Goals: Number sense fluency build place value understanding round numbers to the nearest 10’s and 100’s place Read numbers and determine the value of different digits Turn Taking Week of October 16th Place Value Lesson 1 - Plot & Interpret Numbers Lesson 2 - Round to nearest 100 Lesson 3 - Round to nearest 100 Week of October 23rd Focus: Addition and Subtraction Within 100 Lesson 1 - Expanded Form Addition Lesson 2 - Number Line Addition Lesson 3 - Subtraction With Regrouping Week of October 30th Lesson 1 - Subtraction Across Zeros Lesson 2 - Expanding Form Subtraction Lesson 3 - Explore Joint And Separate Problems Focus: Addition and Subtraction Within 100 Week of November 6 Focus Intro Addition and Subtraction Within 1000 Week of November 13 Focus Intro Addition and Subtraction Within 1000 Week of November 20 Focus Intro Addition and Subtraction Within 1000 Week of November 27 Focus: Addition within 1000 Lesson 1 - Number line addition. Objective: Adding numbers using a number line. For example: using the number line to solve the sum of an equation using 3 digit numbers. Manipulatives: Base ten blocks, number line. Game: Dice Addition Battle (Please have 3 dice) Lesson 2 - Arrow Addition Objective: Students will investigate adding 3 digit numbers. For example: 241 + 273 (100 + 100 + 40 + 1) + (100+100+50+10+10+3) Manipulatives: Base ten blocks Game: Addition Race (Please have 1 dice) Lesson 3 - Expanded Form Addition Objective: Students will add 3 digit numbers using expanded form. For example: 147 + 162 = 100 + 100 = 200, 40 + 60 = 100, 7 + 2 = 9, 200 + 100 + 9 = 309. Manipulatives: Base 10 blocks Game: Flip It And Add Materials: Base 10 blocks - paper copy provided Number line - paper copy provided 3 Dice Learning Goals: Number sense fluency Turn taking Addition within 1000 based on place value Apply place value strategies to add three digit numbers Week of Dec. 4th Focus: Subtraction Within 1000 Lesson 1 - Subtract With Place Value Models Objective: Students will subtract 3 digit numbers using place value models with regrouping. For example: Subtracting 3 digit numbers 432 - 189 using base ten blocks and a place value mat. Manipulatives: Base 10 blocks and place value mat. Game: Dice Subtraction (Please have 2 dice) Lesson 2 - Number Line Subtraction Objective: students will subtract three-digit numbers by using a number line. For example: using a number line to solve a 3 digit subtraction equation, 514 - 238. Manipulatives: Base 10 blocks, number line. Game: Subtraction Bingo Lesson 3: Number Line Word Problems Objective: Students will solve 3 digit addition and subtraction word problems using a number line. For example: Sarah took a two day trip and she drove a total of 655 miles. On the first day she drove 429 miles. How many miles did she drive on the second day? Manipulatives: Base 10 blocks, number line. Game: Subtraction Flip It - Please have a deck of cards or a dice on hand Materials: Base 10 Blocks - paper copy provided Place value mat and number line - paper copy provided Dice Learning Goals: Number sense fluency Turn taking Subtraction and addition within 1000 based on place value Apply place value strategies to subtract add three digit number Week of Dec. 11th Focus: Intro to Multiplication Lesson 1 - Understanding Equal Groups Objective: Students will count equal groups. For example: Drawing a model of 2 x 8, using a model to determine an equation (there are 2 groups of 8, 2 + 2 + 2 + 2 + 2 + 2 + 2 + 2 = 16, 2 x 8 = 16). Manipulatives: Counters Game: Multiplication Flower or Sun. Please have scissors, glue, something to colour with and a piece of paper - this can be coloured paper. Lesson 2 - Donuts In A Box Task Objective: Students will make equal groups to show multiplication equations. For example: Using a number spinner to make several equations for the # of boxes and # of donuts per box. Students will need to cut out donut images before class. A paper clip is also needed for the spinner activity. Manipulatives: Counters Game: Multiplication x2 Flip It - Please have a deck of cards Lesson 3 - Understanding Arrays Objective: Students will use arrays to help solve multiplication questions. For example: using pictures of books in a 3 by 4 array to solve a multiplication problem. Manipulatives: Counters Game: Multiplication Spinner - please have a paper clip Materials: Counters - paper copy provided Paper clip, deck of cards, scissors, glue, paper, something to colour with Learning Goals: Number sense fluency Turn taking Gain an understanding about multiplication Make multiplication models using arrays Week of Dec. 18th Focus: Division Lesson 1 - How Many In Each Group? Objective: Students will investigate division in finding the number of objects in each group. For example: Jill had 12 chocolate bars and shared them equally with her 3 friends. How many chocolate bars did each friend get? Students will draw pictures into groups to represent division. Manipulatives: Counters Game: Divide by 2 Spinner (1) Lesson 2 - Stars And Circles In Each Group Objective: Students will use shape counters to show how many in each group. (Please have shape counters cut out before class). For example: Divide 18 counters into 3 groups. Manipulatives: Counters/Star Counters Game - Divide by 2 Flip It Lesson 3 - How Many Groups? Objective: Students will explore division as finding the number of equal groups. For example: Sam has 16 chocolate chip cookies. He can only put 2 chocolate chip cookies in each bag. If he packs all the chocolate chip cookies, how many bags does he need? Draw a pictures to show your thinking. Manipulatives: Counters Game - Divide By 2 Spinner (2) Materials: Counters - paper copy provided Paper Clip Deck Of Cards Learning Goals: Number sense fluency Turn taking Gain an understanding about division Make division models using arrays Week of Jan. 8th Focus: Intro To Multi & Division Lesson 1 - Relate Mult & Division Part 1 Lesson 2 - Relate Multi & Division Part 2 Lesson 3 - Fact Families Week of Jan. 15 Focus: Multiplication Fact Fluency - Week Focus 2s, 5s & 10s and 0s & 1s times tables Lesson 1 - Two Times Table Objective: Students will explore the 2s times table. For example: using graph paper to solve 2 x 2 equation, completing 2s times table chart, what patterns do you notice? Manipulatives: Tiles or counters Game: Flip It x2 - Please have a deck of cards on hand Lesson 2 - 5s And 10s Times Tables Objective: Students will explore the 5s and 10s times tables. For example: using coins to skip count and write multiplication sentences. Please cut out paper coins before the start of class or bring some nickels and dimes. Manipulatives: counters, coins or paper coins Game: Spin x5, Roll x10 - Please have a paper clip on hand Lesson 3 - 0s and 1s Times Tables Objective: Students will understand and explore the 0s and 1s times tables. For example: Create a model/drawing and write the multiplication sentence. Drawing 2 cupcakes multiplied by 1, 2 x 1 = 2. Investigating the difference between 4 x 1, 4 + 1. Manipulatives: Counters Game: Dice Battle - Please have a dice on hand Materials: Tiles, counters, coins - paper copy provided Learning Goals: Number sense fluency Turn taking Multiplication Facts 0, 1, 2, 5 and 10s Week of Jan. 22 Focus - Multiplication - 4s, 8s, and 3s times tables Lesson 1 - 4s Times Tables Objective: Students will investigate the 4s times tables. For example: connecting 4s facts to 2s facts. Manipulatives: Counters or tiles Game: Student Vs Teacher Multiplication by 4s Ninja Spinner Game - Please have a paper clip Lesson 2 - 8s Times Tables Objective: Students will investigate the 8s times table. For example: connecting 8s facts to 4s facts. Manipulatives: Tiles or counters Game: Multiplication by 8 Flip It - Please have a deck of cards Lesson 3 - 3s Times Tables Objective: Students will investigate the 3s times tables. For example: connecting 3s facts to 2s and 1s facts. Manipulatives: Tiles or counters Game: Triple Trouble 3 In A Row 3xs Game - Please have a dice on hand Materials: Counters, tiles - paper copy provided Dice Learning Goals: Number sense fluency Turn taking Multiplication Facts 4, 8 and 3s Week of Jan. 29 Focus: Multiplication 6s, 7s, 9s times tables Lesson 1 - 6s Times Tables Objective: Students will investigate the 6s times tables. For example: connecting the 6s facts to 5s and 1s facts. Manipulatives: Tiles or counters Game: Christmas Theme "Fortune Teller" 6 times tables Lesson 2 - 7s Times Tables Objective: Students will investigate the 7s times tables. For example: connecting 7s facts to 5s and 2s facts. Manipulatives: Tiles or counters Game: Multiplication Flip It 7s Lesson 3 - 9s Times Tables Objective: Students will investigate subtracting a group to understand 9s times tables. For example: connecting the 9s facts to 10s facts, 9 x 3 is connected to 10 x 3 by subtracting 1 group from the 10s. Manipulatives: Tiles or counters Game: Christmas Theme Fortune Teller 9xs tables Materials: Tiles, counters, coins - paper copy provided Dice Learning Goals: Number sense fluency Turn taking Multiplication Facts 6, 7 and 9s Week of Feb. 5 Focus: Multiplication - 11s, 12s and 10s times tables Lesson 1 - 11s Times Tables Objective: Students will investigate the 11s times tables. For example: connecting 11s facts to 10s and 1s facts. Manipulatives: Tiles or counters Game: Multiplication Ninjas 11xs - Please have a paper clip Lesson 2 - 12s Times Tables Objective: Students will investigate the 12s times tables. For example: connecting 12s facts to 10s and 2s facts. Manipulatives: Tiles or counters Game: Holiday Theme Chatter Box 12xs - Please have scissors Lesson 3 - Multiples of 10 Objective: Students will investigate multiplication one number by multiples of 10. For example: solving 2 x 30 using base 10 blocks, tiles and/or drawings to show thinking. Manipulatives: Tiles, Counters, Base 10 blocks Game: Flip It 10xs - Please have a deck of cards. Materials: Tiles, counters, base 10 blocks - paper copy provided Dice Week of Feb. 12 Focus Intro to Area Lesson 1 - Area Using Square Tiles Objective: Students investigate the area of rectangles using square tiles. For example: cutting out and placing squares on a given rectangle to find the area of the rectangle - the area of the rectangle is ? square units. Counting the square on a rectangle to determine the area in square units. Manipulatives: Tiles Game: Most Area (Please have 2 dice) Lesson 2 - Area In Squared Centimeters and Inches Objective: Students will investigate the area of rectangles using square centimeters and square inches. For example: using dot paper to draw a rectangle of 8 squared centimeters. Manipulatives: Tiles Activity: Area Person - Using graph paper to draw a character and determine the squared units. Please have something to color with on hand. Lesson 3 - Compare Area of Shapes Objective: Students will make comparisons about the area of different rectangles. For example: find the rectangle with the lesser area, draw a rectangle with a greater area, make two rectangles with the same area. Manipulatives: Tiles, ruler Activity: Area Art - Using graph paper students will use his or her imagination to create a picture and determine the area. Materials: Tiles - paper copy provided Graph paper Ruler Something to colour with Learning Goals: Number sense fluency Turn taking Addition/Multiplication practice Investigate finding area by the number of square units Week of Feb. 19th Intro to Perimeter Lesson 1: Perimeter of Rectangles Objective: Students will investigate the perimeter of rectangles by counting units. For example: using centimeter dot paper to draw a rectangle with the perimeter of 12 centimeters and writing the math sentence - Perimeter = 12 centimeters. Manipulatives: Tiles, ruler Activity: Perimeter Person - Please have graph paper and something to colour with on hand. Lesson 2: Perimeter Of Polygons Objective: Students will investigate the perimeter of various polygons. For example: find the perimeter of a hexagon in inches by adding up all of the 2 dimension shape’s sides. Activity: Polygon Perimeter Animal - Please have graph paper and something to colour with on hand. Lesson 3 - Unknown Side Objective: Students will investigate an unknown side and determine the perimeter. For example: students will be given the total perimeter of a 2 dimensional shape and determine the length of an unknown side in ft. Manipulatives: Extra paper or white board. Activity: Area and Perimeter Snowman - Please have graph paper and something to colour with on hand. Materials: Tiles - paper copy provided Ruler Paper clip Paper Dice Graph paper Week of Feb. 26 Focus: Word Problems Lesson 1 - Without Numbers Problems Objective - Students investigate word problems with and without numbers. For example: Students will be given a numberless word problem. As we read the word problem students will be asking his or her self - What do I know? What am I trying to find out? What steps do I need to do to solve the problem? Then students will be given the same word problem with numbers to solve. Manipulatives: Base 10 blocks, counters or extra paper to draw pictures on. Game: Spin and Bump Addition - Please have a paper clip Lesson 2 - Word Problems Using Letters Objective: Students will investigate word problems with letters to represent numbers. For example: Students will be given a word problem with a missing number. The word problems could have math sentences like - 10 x 6 = B, 10 + B =6, 10 - 6 = B. Manipulatives: Base 10 blocks, counters, highlighter Game: Spin 20- Please have a paper clip Lesson 3 - One Step Word Problems Using Addition and Subtraction Objective: Students will investigate addition and subtraction word problems using bar models. For example: Jack wants to buy a video game system for $399. He has a $50 off coupon. How much will the video game system cost? What do I know? What am I trying to find out? What steps do I need to do to solve the problem? Manipulatives: Base 10 blocks, counters, highlighter Game: Roll and Bump - Please have two dice Materials: Base 10 blocks, counters - paper copy provided Highlighter Paper Learning Goals: Turn Taking Practice addition and subtraction facts using word problems Investigate word problems containing numbers and also no numbers Investigate word problems with letters to represent an unknown Investigate one word problems with bar models Week of March 4 Focus: Fractions Lesson 1 - Partition Fractions Objective: Learners will practice partitioning shapes into equal parts (halves, thirds, fourths, sixths and eighths). For example: determining if a shape (square, rectangle, triangle, circle) is divided into equal or unequal parts, dividing a square into halves to sixths, showing different ways to divide a square into fourths. Manipulatives: Extra copy of shapes to cut into parts or draw lines on. Activity: Snowman Fraction: please have a piece of white paper, a piece of construction paper or coloured paper, something to colour with. Lesson 2 - Unit Fractions Objective: Learners will practice counting and modeling unit fractions with fraction strips. For example: learners will use fractions strips to represent one-whole, halves, thirds, fourths, sixths and eighths. Manipulatives: Fraction strips Game: Fraction Bingo #1 - practice fractions from 1 to 1/10 Lesson 3 - Non - Unit Fractions Objective: Learners will practice naming and modeling non-unit fractions. For example: Jill bought a pie. She cut it into 8 equal pieces. She enjoyed eating 3 pieces of the pie. What fraction of the pie did she eat? Writing a fraction of a shaded part of a triangle, what is the denominator and what is the numerator? Manipulatives: Fraction builder mat, tiles Game: Fraction Bingo #2 - practice fractions from 1 to 1/10 Materials: Paper copy of shapes Construction paper Glue Circle Scissors Fraction Strips - paper copy provided White paper Learning Goals: Turn taking Drawing fractions Dividing fractions into equal parts Week of March 11 Focus: Fractions on number lines Lesson 1 - Number Lines Objective: Learners will practice dividing number lines into equal parts and placing different fractions on the number line. For example: dividing a fraction strip on a number line into 3 equal parts, placing a missing fraction on a number line. Manipulatives: Fraction number line mat, Fraction bars Game: Fraction BINGO Lesson 2 - Placing Fractions On Number Lines Objective: Learners will practice finding and placing fractions, less than 1, on a number line. For example: the mall is two sixths of a mile from Sam’s house. Draw where the mall would be on the given number line. Activity: Name In Fractions: Please have a pencil and a piece of paper. Lesson 3 - Placing Fractions On Number Lines Continued Objective: Learners will practice finding and placing fractions, greater than 1, on a number line. For example: Each day, Frank walks to school. There is an Ice Cream Stand 2 miles away from his house. How far does Frank walk to school? Students will use a given number line with information on it to help solve the problem. Manipulatives: Fraction Number line, tiles Activity: Fraction Number Line Art: please have a piece of white paper, something to colour with and a pencil. Materials: White paper Scissors Fraction number line mat, tiles - paper copy provided Something to colour with Learning Goals: Compare fractions Placing Fractions on a number line Week of March 18th Focus: Equivalent Fractions Lesson 1: Equivalent Fractions with models Lesson 2: Equivalent Fractions on number lines Lesson 3: Comparing Fractions with same denominator Week of March 25 Focus: Geometry - Polygons Lesson 1 - Polygon Sides Objective: Learners will learn about the lines that make up a polygon. For example: using a given shape, identifying pairs of parallel sides. Manipulatives: A highlighter or some bright coloured pencil/marker Activity: Polygon Robot - Students will create their power Robot figure. Please have scissors, glue, paper and something to colour with on hand. Please note, students may require time outside of class to finish this activity. Lesson 2 - Polygon Angles Objective: Learners will investigate the angles inside various polygons. For example: Identifying right, obtuse and acute angles, identifying the number of right, obtuse and acute angles in a given polygon and finding square corners in various shapes. Manipulatives: A highlighter or crayon Geometric Art Activity: students will draw various lines on a triangle shape. We will determine the types of angles. Please have something to colour with on hand, a black marker and a ruler. Lesson 3 - Sorting Polygons Objective: Learners will sort polygons according to various attributes. For example: sort a given set of shapes into categories such as less than 5 sides/exactly 5 sides, parallel sides/no parallel sides, determine which shape is a quadrilateral out of a given set of shapes explaining his or her thinking. Manipulatives: highlighter or crayon Activity: Genome-tree. Students will draw a tree and add polygons and quadrilaterals to it, including shape names. Please have a piece of paper, a pencil and something to colour with on hand. Materials: Highlighter Construction paper White paper Scissors Glue Ruler Black marker Something to colour with Learning Goals: Turn taking Practice identifying attributes of polygons Practice sorting and classifying polygons Week of April 1 Focus: Geometry Lesson 1: Trapezoids - Activity: Geometry City: please have paper, a pencil, a ruler and something to colour with on hand. We will be working on this for two classes. Lesson 2: Quadrilaterals - Activity: Geometry City: please have something to colour with Lesson 3: Polygons Lines - Activity: Polygon lines roads: please have paper, a pencil, a ruler and something to colour with on hand. Week of April 8 Focus: Telling Time Lesson 1 - Intro To Telling Time Build A Clock Objective: Learners will practice telling time to the nearest minutes. For example: learners will build a clock and practice telling time. Manipulative: Time Mat Game: Time To 5 Minutes BINGO Lesson 2 - Time To The Minute Objective: Learners will investigate telling time to the minute using an analog clock. Manipulatives: Elapsed Time Mat - A Game: Telling Time Monster Game Lesson 3 - Elapsed Time Objective: Learners will practice elapsed time using an analog clock. Manipulatives: Time Number Line Mat Game: BINGO To The Nearest Minute Materials: Time mat, elapsed time mat, number line mat - paper copy provided Learning Goals: Turn taking Practice telling time to the minute and elapsed time Practice skip counting Week of April 15th Focus: Time Lesson 1 - Intro To Telling Time On A Number Line Game: Telling Time Monster Puzzle Lesson 2 - Elapsed Time On A Number Line Part 1 Telling Time to Minute BINGO Lesson 3 - Elapsed Time On A Number Line Part 2 Game: Telling Time to the Minute BINGO Week Of April 22 Focus: Time Lesson 1 - Unknown End Time Game: 4 In A Row Lesson 2 - Unknown Start Time Game: Race Through Time Lesson 3 - Review of telling time and extra games We will play both games again Week of April 29th Focus - Measurement Lesson 1 - Grams Objective: Learners will create a kilogram using grams. For example: as a class we will use an object (such as cheerios) to make 100g and place in a ziplock bag. This will be a benchmark. We will repeat this 10 times. Learners will make connections on 1000g is equal to 1 kilogram. Learners will determine which object is the heaviest/lightest on multiple choice questions between grams and kilograms. Manipulatives: Paper clip, large book Game: Gram or Kilogram - please cut out circles before the start of class. Students will hold up the circle that has Gram or Kilogram to give their answer to the question. Lesson 2 - Metric Units Objective: Learners will practice estimating and measuring objects with metric units. For example: As a class, learners will estimate the weight of various objects using kilograms and then measure the weight in kilograms. Then repeated with grams. Manipulatives: paperclip, large book Game: Mystery Package - please have your bag ready to go. Place an object(s) that would weigh a gram in your bag. Remember to not tell anyone what it is. Students will give the class clues about their object in the bag. Students will guess what their classmate has in the bag that could weigh a gram. Lesson 3 - Customary Units Objectives: Learners will investigate the mass of items by using ounces, pounds, tons. For example: Learners will practice determining which form of measurement would be the best to measure the weight of a dog (ounces, pounds, tons). Learners will match pictures to a weight in ounces, pounds or tons. Materials: Small plastic bags Cereal Scissors Cardstock Paper Towel rolls Paper bag Learning Goals: Turn taking Practice measurement using standard units of grams, kilograms. Practice measuring using ounces, pounds and tons. Week of May 6 Focus: Graphing Bar Graphs Lesson 1 - Tally Charts Objective: Learners will practice organizing data in a tally chart. For example: Learners will practice recording tally marks for a given set of data. Learners will answer questions about the data. Manipulative: Highlighter or crayon Game: Roll & Tally - Please have a dice Lesson 2 - Bar Graphs Objective: Learners will practice reading and interpreting bar graphs. For example: Learners will answer questions about a given bar graph: what number goes between 0 and 2 on the scale, which colour is the most/least popular, how many students voted all together? Manipulatives: Highlighter or crayon, ruler Activity: Roll & Color - Please have a dice and something to color with Lesson 3 - Bar Graphs Continued Objective: Learners will practice creating bar graphs. For example: Learners will create 2 different bar graphs from a given set of data - one horizontal bar graph and one vertical bar graph. Students will answer questions about graphs. Manipulatives: highlighter or crayon, ruler Activity: Graph The Sum - Please have 2 dice on hand Materials: Highlighter Ruler Dice Colours Learning Goals: Turn taking Practice gathering data and creating tally charts Practice making scales for graphs Practice creating bar graphs from a given set of data Practice interpreting graphs by answering questions Week of May 13- Picture Graphs and Line Plots Lesson 1- Picture Graphs Objective: Learners will practice reading and interpreting picture graphs. For example: Learners will answer questions on given data of a picture graph: How many clothing stores were there in the mall? What was the most/least popular piece of clothing? Manipulatives: highlighter or crayon, anchor chart, ruler Activity: Picture Graph "Board" Game - please print out and bring counters Lesson 2 - More Picture Graph Fun! Objective: Learners will create picture graphs. For example: Learners will create a picture graph from a given set of data. Learners will create a "key" that will be the scale size. Manipulatives: highlighter or crayon, anchor chart, ruler Activity: Class picture graph on birthdays. Please have construction paper, plain paper, a ruler, pencil and something to colour with on hand. Lesson 3 - Measure Length - Practice on using ruler to measure inches in preparation for Line Plot Graphs Game: Ruler Bingo - please print out and bring counters Week of May 20 Lesson 1 - Line Plot Graph Objective: Learners will create line plots For example: Students will measure a drawing of several size pencils with various lengths, record the date in the table and then create a line plot. Manipulatives: highlighter or crayon, anchor chart, ruler Game: Spin & Plot Lesson 2 - Solve Graph Problems - Game: 3 In A Row Lesson 3 - Graphing Review and game Learning Goals: Turn taking Practice gathering data Practice making scales for graphs Practice creating picture graphs from a given set of data Practicing creating line plots from a given set of data Practice interpreting graphs by answering questions Materials: Graphing paper Plain paper Construction paper Ruler Something to colour with Candy or cereal Highlighter

##### Metas de aprendizaje

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Please see the class listing for specific goals for each class.
Learners will learn grade 3 level math skills
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#### Otros detalles

###### Orientación para padres

Please note that learners may be using scissors in class.
Throughout the year some of our games may be done with using Kahoot.

###### Lista de útiles escolares

Please see class description for detailed list. Please have a pencil, eraser, paper and/or white board on hand Learners will need to print out all resources before the start of each class

###### Recursos externos

Los estudiantes no necesitarán utilizar ninguna aplicación o sitio web más allá de las herramientas estándar de Outschool.

##### Experiencia y certificaciones del docente

###### Fuera de EE. UU. Certificado de Docencia en Educación elemental

###### Licenciatura en Educación desde Mount Saint Vincent University

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Hello, my name is Ms. Colleen. I am a certified licensed elementary school teacher. I have been a classroom teacher for over 12 years in Nova Scotia, Canada. Throughout my teaching career, I have taught students from primary to grade 8 and look forward to bring my teaching knowledge to the online classroom. I also have experience teaching ESL lessons on an online setting.
Teaching young children is my passion! I choose engaging and meaningful activities to help support life long learning. I strive to produce a positive and encouraging class environment where learners will want to participate, helping to support learners in achieving their academic goals.
I have a Bachelor of Education Degree and a Child and Youth Degree both from Mount Saint Vincent University. I also hold a Child and Youth Worker Diploma and an Early Childhood Education Diploma both from the Institute For Human Services Education. I also have received my Outschool ACE certification.
I have been a volunteer with Big Brothers Big Sisters, being a big sister to a grade 5 child. I have been a swimming instructor teaching children from the infant age to adults. In my spare time, I enjoy playing the piano, reading, hiking and having fun with my small dog Belle.
I can not wait to help support your child's literacy and math skills. See you in the classroom. - Ms. Colleen Taylor
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#### Reseñas

###### Clase grupal

#### 30 US$

semanalmente ( 15 US$ por clase)2x por semana

35 min

Completado por 7 alumnos

Videoconferencias en vivo

Edades: 7-11

4-4 alumnos por clase