### 3rd Grade Thoughts: A teaching blog by Stephanie Van Horn

Patricia Moreno

Discover Pinterest’s best ideas and inspiration for Math stations 3rd grade. Get inspired and try out new things.

3rd Grade Thoughts: A teaching blog by Stephanie Van Horn

Patricia Moreno

In my classroom, I only have three math rotations, and the third rotation, math centers/games, is the only one I routinely have to plan & prep ahead of time. Today I want to share with you how I plan and choose the best math centers to make that third rotation meaningful and effective! Within each ... Read more

Pam Royce

Get a free download of Tunstall’s Teaching’s Math STACK Workstations guide to help your students practice & apply math concepts. Read on and download now!

Trust_Pray_Thrive

Finally! Math centers that are aligned to the standards, easy to manage, and perfect for 15-20 minute rotations! Exactly what I needed for when I’m working with my small groups. I can focus on my [group] knowing that my students are fully engaged. I don’t have time to prep math activities so this is the […]

Christina Hall

These free task cards for 3rd-grade cover every standard under Operations and Algebraic thinking. They are great for classroom math centers or even homeschool math. #mathwithraven

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Linda

I get asked often how to run math centers in the third grade classroom. Today, I am going to share with you exactly how to run math centers in your classroom.

Lisa Tolin

When I taught whole group, or had every student rotate through the same centers each week, I was barely keeping my head above water. I was ALWAYS putting out fires while a line of students followed me around the classroom asking for help. Sound familiar?

Missey Evers

Read to learn how fluid groups, abundant and standard based resources and consistency will help you set up math centers that work.

Fabienne Johnson

Math menus provide student choice and self-pacing for learning. Get choice boards, math menus, and a fast finishers freebie.

Tara Gilmore