Wild Math Curriculum: Third Grade

$20.00

Wild Math Third Grade is everything you need to teach math outdoors! Make your third grade math year active and fun in a classroom without walls!. Learning outside is engaging, naturally hands-on and uses multiple senses. Use plants, animal life, and natural materials to model multiplication and division facts! Discover the relationship between perimeter and area by measuring gardens, playgrounds, buildings, and tiles.

The curriculum is organized around units and skills typically covered in third grade math. Each skill is listed followed by activities on how to learn and practice the skill. Each unit also includes a list of my favorite math books and games at the end of each chapter. Books and games are great outside in warm weather and inside during extreme weather or dark winter evenings. The math skills described here have been compiled using several different math curriculums and represent what is typically taught in third grade in the United States. A suggested unit pacing guide, sample week plan, and planning sheet are included in the resource section.

Math Topics Covered:

  • Place Value  
  • Multi Digit Addition and Subtraction
  • Multiplication and Division
  • Fractions
  • Measurement and Data
  • Time and Money
  • Geometry 

(see thumbnails of the table of contents to see each skill covered)

Note: 3rd grade in the U.S. is what I call a catch-up grade. Time is built in for students to solidify skills from prior grades, particularly multi-digit addition and subtraction. Wild Math Third Grade contains the same instructions on how to teach multi-digit addition and subtraction as Wild Math Second Grade for review and those that are new to Wild Math. It contains some new and some favorite activities from Wild Math Second Grade.

Wild Math Third Grade is 71 pages in length and the curriculum is provided in a PDF file format. You will receive a link to download the document to the email address used in the payment process or your PayPal email.

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