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2 Lesson Plan No 1: Telling Time n SUBJECTS COVERED Math n GRADES Third n OBJECTIVES Students will be able to tell time and understand elapsed time. n SUNSHINE STATE STANDARDS MA.3.G.5.3 Tell time to the nearest minute and to the nearest quarter hour, and determine the amount of time elapsed. n MATERIALS time math center practice telling time and elapsed time flipchart mountain math chart and worksheet computer and math facts in a flash (or some kind of computer program) On day one in the teacher led group introduce the skill for the week using the flipchart. On day two review the flipchart and do the questions at the end of the flipchart with the expressions if you have them. On day three introduce elapsed time using flipchart. On day four review elapsed time flipchart and have students practice. On day five have students take a quiz to see if they understand telling time. The second group needs to be set up near the mountain math chart with a worksheet for every student (if there is not desk space have clipboards for students. The third group will need to be at the computer working on Math Facts in a Flash or some other computer program. The fourth group will be at the Telling Time Center where students will practice telling time with manipulates. n EVALUATION/ ASSESSMENT Marvelous Motivational Math Centers rubric Teacher observation End of the week quiz H H H n DIRECTIONS You will need to have your room set up into four groups. Students should be put into four different groups based on the math skill level for the week. Then the small groups will rotate every 10 to 15 minutes depending on the amount of time that is allowed for groups. (ex. I have ten minute groups because I have forty minutes) One group should be set up as a teacher-led group by the promethean board (or some kind of board). At this area the teacher will teach the math skill of the week and focus in on individual students needs.

3 Marvelous Motivational Math Centers Jennifer Shackelford Lesson Plan No 1: Telling Time - Additional Information

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6 Lesson Plan No 2: Measurement n SUBJECTS COVERED Math n GRADES Third n OBJECTIVES Students will be able to apply and understand the skill of measurement. n SUNSHINE STATE STANDARDS MA.3.G.5.2 Measure objects using fractional parts of linear units such as ½, ¼, and 1 /10. n MATERIALS measurement math center Meet Mr. Gallon and fraction flipchart mountain math chart and worksheet computer and math facts in a flash (or some kind of computer program) n DIRECTIONS You will need to have your room set up into four groups. Students should be put into four different groups based on the math skill level for the week. Then the small groups will rotate every 10 to 15 minutes depending on the amount of time that is allowed for groups. (ex. I have ten minute groups because I have forty minutes) One group should be set up as a teacher-led group by the promethean board (or some kind of board). At this area the teacher will teach the math skill of the week and focus in on individual students needs. On day one in the teacher led group introduce the skill for the week using the flipchart. On day two review the flipchart and do the questions at the end of the flipchart with the expressions if you have them. On day three introduce fraction flipchart. On day four review fraction flipchart and have students practice the skill. On day five have students take a quiz to see if they mastered the skill of the week. The second group needs to be set up near the mountain math chart with a worksheet for every student (if there is not desk space have clipboards for students. The third group will need to be at the computer working on Math Facts in a Flash or some other computer program. The fourth group will be at the Measurement Center where students will practice measuring with manipulates. This will take about a week or so to finish. n EVALUATION/ ASSESSMENT Marvelous Motivational Math Centers rubric Teacher observation End of the week quiz H H H

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8 Lesson Plan No 3: Place Value n SUBJECTS COVERED Math n GRADES Third n OBJECTIVES Students will be able to apply and understand the place value skill with numbers one through ten thousands. n SUNSHINE STATE STANDARDS MA.3.A.6.1 Represent, compute, estimate and solve problems using numbers through hundred thousands. n MATERIALS Place value math center practice telling time and elapsed time flipchart mountain math chart and worksheet computer and math facts in a flash (or some kind of computer program) n DIRECTIONS You will need to have your room set up into four groups. Students should be put into four different groups based on the math skill level for the week. Then the small groups will rotate every 10 to 15 minutes depending on the amount of time that is allowed for groups. (ex. I have ten minute groups because I have forty minutes) One group should be set up as a teacher-led group by the promethean board (or some kind of board). At this area the teacher will teach the math skill of the week and focus in on individual students needs. On day one in the teacher led group introduce the skill for the week using the flipchart. On day two review the flipchart and do the questions at the end of the flipchart with the expressions if you have them. On day three introduce Math Place Value Th,H,T,U grade 3 flipchart. On day four review place value f lipchar t and have students practice. On day five have students take a quiz to see if they understand telling time. The second group needs to be set up near the mountain math chart with a worksheet for every student (if there is not desk space have clipboards for students. The third group will need to be at the computer working on Math Facts in a Flash or some other computer program. The fourth group will be at the Telling Time Center where students will practice telling time with manipulates. This will take about a week or so to finish. n EVALUATION/ ASSESSMENT Marvelous Motivational Math Centers rubric Teacher observation End of the week quiz H H H

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10 Lesson Plan No 4: Fractions n SUBJECTS COVERED Math n GRADES Third n OBJECTIVES Students will be able to apply and us fractions. n SUNSHINE STATE STANDARDS MA.3.A.2.1 represent fractions, including fractions greater than one, using area, set and linear models. MA.3.A.2.2 describe how the size of the fractional part is related to the number of equal sized pieces in the whole. n MATERIALS fractions math center practice beginning fractions flipchart mountain math chart and worksheet computer and math facts in a flash (or some kind of computer program) n DIRECTIONS You will need to have your room set up into four groups. Students should be put into four different groups based on the math skill level for the week. Then the small groups will rotate every 10 to 15 minutes depending on the amount of time that is allowed for groups. (ex. I have ten minute groups because I have forty minutes) One group should be set up as a teacher-led group by the promethean board (or some kind of board). At this area the teacher will teach the math skill of the week and focus in on individual students needs. On day one in the teacher led group introduce the skill for the week using the flipchart. On day two review the flipchart and do the questions at the end of the flipchart with the expressions if you have them. On day three practice recognizing fractions with the promethean resources. On day four review fraction flipchart and practice fractions with the promethean resources. On day five have students take a quiz to see if they understand telling time. The second group needs to be set up near the mountain math chart with a worksheet for every student (if there is not desk space have clipboards for students. The third group will need to be at the computer working on Math Facts in a Flash or some other computer program. The fourth group will be at the Fraction Math Center where students will practice telling time with manipulates. This will take about a week or so to finish. n EVALUATION/ ASSESSMENT Marvelous Motivational Math Centers rubric Teacher observation End of the week quiz H H H

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12 Lesson Plan No 5: Multiplication n SUBJECTS COVERED Math n GRADES Third n OBJECTIVES Students will be able to understand and use multiplication. n SUNSHINE STATE STANDARDS MA.3.A.1.1 Model multiplication and division including problems presented in context, repeated addition, multiplication and division fact problems by using strategies that result from applying number properties. MA identify, describe, and apply division and multiplication as inverse operations. n MATERIALS multiplication math center multiplication flipchart mountain math chart and worksheet computer and math facts in a flash (or some kind of computer program) n DIRECTIONS You will need to have your room set up into four groups. Students should be put into four different groups based on the math skill level for the week. Then the small groups will rotate every 10 to 15 minutes depending on the amount of time that is allowed for groups. (ex. I have ten minute groups because I have forty minutes) One group should be set up as a teacher-led group by the promethean board (or some kind of board). At this area the teacher will teach the math skill of the week and focus in on individual students needs. On day one in the teacher led group introduce the skill for the week using the flipchart. On day two review the flipchart and do the questions at the end of the flipchart with the expressions if you have them. On day three practice multiplication with manipulative. On day four review multiplication flipchart and have students practice multiplication with manipulative. On day five have students take a quiz to see if they understand telling time. The second group needs to be set up near the mountain math chart with a worksheet for every student (if there is not desk space have clipboards for students. The third group will need to be at the computer working on Math Facts in a Flash or some other computer program. The fourth group will be at the Telling Time Center where students will practice telling time with manipulates. This will take about a week or so to finish. n EVALUATION/ ASSESSMENT Marvelous Motivational Math Centers rubric Teacher observation End of the week quiz H H H

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15 Lesson Plans Materials Budget Materials Budget Supplier Item DescriptioN cost Quantity Total Cost Lakeshore Learning DD Place Value DD Fractions DD Money DD Standard Measurement DD Time rd Grade Mountain Math Jennifer Shackelford North Wauchula Elem. Teacher s Name School: Subtotal \$ Tax if applicable Shipping if applicable TOTAL BUDGET AMOUNT \$199.75

16 Rubric Beginning Developing Accomplished Exemplary Score Place Value Cannot apply skills but can not apply and can apply with reminders and can apply Time Cannot apply skills but can not apply and can apply with reminders and can apply Money Cannot apply skills but can not apply and can apply with reminders and can apply Fractions Cannot apply skills but can not apply and can apply with reminders and can apply Measurement Cannot apply skills but can not apply and can apply with reminders and can apply Name:

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