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We tested these particular posters in over 20 classrooms. Each teacher changed the posters as they tackled new topics. Students and teachers told us that they definitely helped them understand concepts quicker. We hope you find the same! You can scroll down and download and print all of the topics that you are covering week after week. Having them available on you walls are helpful, but remember that they are there before you give a test or quiz.



Operations and Pre-Algebra

Multiplication of Whole Numbers - 3.OA.A.1





Rapid Single Digit Horizontal Multiplication - 3.OA.A.1




Rapid Single Digit Vertical Multiplication - 3.OA.A.1



  • I Know My Times Tables!- Find the first number across the top. Place your finger on it. Find the second number of the side. Place your finger on it. Now move your fingers down and across until they meet. This is your answer.


Multiplication as Repeated Addition - 3.OA.A.1


  • Repeat The Addition- Multiplication problems can be written as repeated addition problems. Write the first number as many times as the second number tells you.



Visual Multiplication - 3.OA.A.1





Division Word Problems (3rd Grade) - 3.OA.2


  • The Four Steps- A small army of 6 ants collected 12 pieces of food. If each collected the same amount, How much did each ant collect?

  • Folders In The Drawer- The teacher had 28 folders to place in the file cabinet. The cabinet had 4 drawers. Since the teacher wanted the drawers to have the same number of folders, she had to find out how many would go into each. How many folders should go in each drawer?


Beginner Multiplication and Division Word Problems - 3.OA.3



  • Look For Clues- Three tables held five people each at a party. How many people attended?


Division as Sharing - 3.OA.A.3


  • Share The Pizza- Find what is being shared. Divide the parts as described in the problem. Total divided as needed in the problem.

  • Break Them Into Groups- Sometimes, division means to split equally, but other times it means to split into shares.


Visual Division - 3.OA.A.3





Finding Unknowns In Multiplication and Division - 3.OA.4





Properties of Basic Math Operations as Strategies - 3.OA.5





Unique Properties of Multiplication - 3.OA.5


  • Commutative Property- When multiplying or adding two numbers, the numbers can be reversed without changing the answer!

  • Associative Property- When three or more numbers are multiplied together, the order in which they are multiplied does not change the answer.

Division and Finding Unknown Factors - 3.OA.6





Multiplication and Division within 100 - 3.OA.7


  • Take It To 100- All multiples of 9, when the digits are added together are divisible by 3.




Double Digit Division - 3.OA.C.7




Division Mystery Pictures - 3.OA.C.7





Simple Division with Remainders - 3.OA.C.7


  • Leave the Remainder- If it does not evenly divide, than you must have a remainder at the side.



Single Into Double Digit Division - 3.OA.C.7


  • Singles Into Doubles- Is the dividend a multiple of the divisor? If so, use reverse multiplication.

  • Remainders Too!- Start by dividing the divisor into the first digit of the dividend. If it will not go, divide into the whole number.


Understanding Divisibility Tables - 3.OA.C.7


  • Know The Rules- If divisible by 4 the last two digits will be divisible by 4 or If the tens digit is even, and the ones digit is 0, 4, or 8.

  • Beat Up Those Tables- Are the numbers along the top able to be evenly divided into the numbers along the side?


Word Problems That Use All Operations - 3.OA.8



  • Get The Facts- John picked 6 apples on Monday and 3 apples on Tuesday. He gave 4 apples to a friend. How many apples did John have left?


Very Basic Order of Operations - 3.OA.D.8





Arithmetic Patterns and Systems - 3.OA.9





Numbers and Base Ten


Rounding (In Words) - 3.NBT.1



  • Up It Goes!- Look at the number in the position to right of where you are rounding. 5 to 9 goes up 4 to 1 goes down.


Add and Subtract within 1000 - 3.NBT.2





Multiplying Single Digits by Multiples of 10 - 3.NBT.3





Fractions


Understanding Visual Fractions - 3.NF.1





Understand a Fraction on a Number Line - 3.NF.2





Represent a Fraction on a Number Line - 3.NF.2



  • Fill It Up- Color to the line and the fraction you will find.


Represent Mixed Numbers on a Number Line - 3.NF.2


  • Mixed It Up- Find the whole number first, then find the fraction following it on the number line.

  • Move It Forward- Find the whole and then move forward the fraction that is given.


Comparing Fractions and Equivalence - 3.NF.3a



  • Fraction Models- Each model represents a different fraction. Count the colored blocks for the numerator and the total number for the denominator.


Recognizing Equivalent Fractions - 3.NF.3b


  • Make It Smaller- Find the smallest numbers to make an equivalent fraction.

  • The Process- Find a common multiple for the numerator and denominator.


Express Whole Numbers as Fractions - 3.NF.3c





Reducing Fractions - 3.NF.A.3c


  • Make It Smaller- Find a number that evenly divides into the numerator and denominator.

  • Break It Down- Make it smaller, reduce it down man, and make that fraction as small as you can!


Creating Fractions from Story Problems - 3.NF.3


  • Round The Way- The total number of items will be the denominator, the number on the bottom.



Comparing Fractions with Like Numerators or Denominators - 3.NF.3d


  • Using The Symbols- Comparing fractions is like comparing whole numbers. use < or > or = to show comparison.

  • Ask Yourself?- Ask yourself which fraction is bigger or if they are the same.


Measurement and Data


Estimating Times - 3.MD.A.1



  • Your Best Guess- Use your 'best guess' to choose which time is closer to the activity listed.


Measuring Time in Minutes - 3.MD.A.1


  • Where Is The Minute Hand- The minute hand can win any race It moves the fastest on the clock face. The hour hand has power

  • Measure Time- 60 minutes in an hour 24 hours in a day This is what the clock will say.


Time Differences - 3.MD.A.1


  • Find The Difference- Find the difference by counting how many hours and minutes have passed or you have to go until the given time.



Elapsed Time Using Ruler - 3.MD.A.1





Understanding Monthly Calendars - 3.MD.A.1



  • Monthly Calendars- If Friday is the 5th, then what date will the following Thursday be? Use the calendar to find your answer.


Understanding Annual Calendars - 3.MD.A.1


  • Annual Calendars- An annual calendar shows every month and day in an entire year. We can use an annual calendar to find specific dates.



Calculating Elapsed Time - 3.MD.A.1



  • Around The Clock- Class was long, Sam found it boring. How much time did she spend snoring?


Minutes to an Event - 3.MD.A.1


  • Minutes To Events- Draw two clocks. One with the current time and one with the time you are wanting.

  • What Time Is It?- Subtract the earlier time from the later time to find the difference.


Time Word Problems - 3.MD.A.1


  • Steps To Solve It- Draw a picture Work it out When you find the answer You will shout!

  • Read Before You Begin- Read to the end before you begin! To the end you must go, so the answer you will know!


Estimating Weight - 3.MD.A.2


  • Some Are Heavy and Light- Some weights are for heavy objects, some for light. Eliminate weights that do not make sense for what you are estimating.

  • Weights Can Be...- Weights can be heavy Weights can be light Estimating means they Don’t have to be just right.


Liquid Volume and Mass Word Problems - 3.MD.A.2


  • Units of Liquid- Liquid is measured by the top of the liquid when it is not moving. If measuring more than one liquid, add all the totals.



Measuring Liquid Volume - 3.MD.A.2


  • The Top Line- Read the top line created by the liquid or the line that has been drawn.



Graduated Cylinders - 3.MD.A.2


  • Meniscus- Get eye level with the liquid before taking a reading. If you are eye level, you are looking at the meniscus.

  • Graduated Cylinders- A graduated cylinder is a piece of laboratory equipment used for precise measuring of liquids. On many cylinders, each line represents a single milliliter.


Graphing Data Sets - 3.MD.B.3


  • Graph The Data Set- Graphing a data set simply means putting the information you have on a graph in some way.

  • Absent Children- Put your data into the type of graph being asked for in your problem.


Creating Pie or Circle Graphs From Data Charts - 3.MD.B.3


  • Creating Pies- Pie charts are always round and shown what percentage out of 100 each category covers.

  • Circle Charts- Pie charts, also called circle charts, show what percentage of the whole is in each category.


Interpreting Pie or Circle Graphs - 3.MD.B.3


  • Favorite Sports- Interpreting simply means to answer questions about the chart.

  • Favorite Fruits- Which two fruits can be added together to complete 50% of the chart?


Plotting Line Graphs - 3.MD.B.3





Reading Bar Graphs - 3.MD.B.3


  • Horizontal Bars- These bars show test score averages for students. Read the graph from left to right.

  • Lots of Tests- Look at the end of each bar to answer the questions. Follow the line down to find the total number.


Reading Line Graphs - 3.MD.B.3


  • Line It Up- This line graph shows how many of each color of car was sold in certain months.



Picture Graphs - 3.MD.B.3


  • Pictures Instead Of Numbers- Picture graphs are graphs made up of pictures instead of numbers. Count the pictures to get the number in each row.



Tally Charts - 3.MD.B.3


  • Tally Ho!- A tally chart uses tally marks to keep track of the amounts in each category.

  • Leave Your Mark- For each item in a category, leave a small tally mark. Then count the marks for Use the chart to answer a total.


Measuring Lengths using Rulers - 3.MD.4


  • Use The Rulers- Use rulers to measure the length of objects. Typically, rulers come in inches, centimeters, or millimeters.



Recognize Area Word Problems - 3.MD.5


  • Area In Words- A way to ask for area that everyone knows, Is to ask for columns and a set number of rows.

  • Simple Area- Finding area is simple. Add up all the squares within the rectangle or multiple the rows by the columns.


Area of Squares Word Problems - 3.MD.6


  • Squares of Area- Finding the area of a square is as easy as multiplying the number or rows by the number of columns or counting all the squares.

  • Draw The Square- Find the area through multiplication, counting, or addition to find the total area of the square.


Measure Area By Counting Units - 3.MD.7


  • Counting Sides- A unit is a form of measurement in which the size is set. A 4 by 4 unit will remain 4 by 4 when solving a problem.

  • Predefined Areas- A unit is a predefined measure. It does not change within a problem.


Simple Area of a Rectangle - 3.MD.7


  • Length and Height- Length and height is all your need, once you find these you can precede!

  • Base Times Height- Finding the area of a rectangle is as simple as can be, just multiply the base times height and the area you will see.


Using Tiling to Find Area - 3.MD.7


  • Fill The Area- Tiling can help you to determine area by breaking the shape into smaller units.

  • Tile It- Tiling is simple, tiling is fun. You take several tiles and fit them into one.


Recognize Area as Additive - 3.MD.7


  • Add Up The Area- An irregular shape that can be broken into two rectangles can have the areas added together for a total.

  • Adding To Get Area- When you have a shape that can be sectioned into two rectangles, find and add the areas to get a total area.


Area of Rectangles In Word Problems - 3.MD.8


  • Multiplication Solves It- A word problem that asks about area may ask you to solve several area problems to find the answer.

  • The Apartment- Area of a rectangle is found by multiplying the base times the height. Some word problems will ask for area.


Perimeter of Polygons In Word Problems - 3.MD.8


  • Perimeter In Problems- Perimeter is the measurement all around an object. All sides must be added up to get a total perimeter.

  • Finding Area- Any object or area with well defined sides can have the perimeter calculated. Just add up the lengths on every side.


Geometry


Understanding Categories of Shapes - 3.G.1


  • Common Shapes- Shapes can be 2 or 3 dimensional. You can find shapes everywhere around you.



Understanding Visual Fractions of Shapes - 3.G.2


  • Parts Of Shapes- Shapes can be used to show fractions. Shapes can even be cut into fractions.