Sunday, April 15, 2012

3rd Grade Activities

Tonight I just have a couple different things I've created for my third grade group to share with yall.  We have worked with graphs and measurement recently.  For the graphing page, I had my students grab a handful of assorted pasta from a bag.  Then they created their graph with actual pasta before filling in with crayons.  They illustrated the pasta at the bottom of their graph to show the different types.  Download this page for free (here).
We also worked on different measurement activities.  I was inspired from a pinterest post to use cheese-its when working with perimeter and area.  I can't find the original one I used, but here is a similar post from Adventures of Room 129.  I also created this fraction number line which you can download for free (here).

Hope you can find something useful to use here!  Have a great night.


  1. Hi Kara! I found your blog through classroom Freebies Too! These math worksheets are great! Thanks for sharing. By the way, I'm a new follower.

    Cheers To School

  2. Love the fraction line! Thanks for stopping by my blog. :) I don't teach math this year, but I'll have to browse your blog for ideas... and since you're moving to third next year... I'll be back for more blog-stalking too!