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1st Edition

Math Warm-Ups
Developing Fluency in Math (Grade 3)

ISBN 9781003236535
Published September 3, 2021 by Routledge
84 Pages

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Book Description

These success-proven exercises provide daily practice in various areas of math. There are 10 problems per page that reinforce and facilitate conceptual understanding in number sense, math reasoning, computation, time, money, measurement, geometry, probability, graphing, fractions, and decimals. The exercises systematically provide students opportunities to get practice in the most important math objectives each week and provide the teacher with immediate, easy-to-administer feedback on students' mastery.

This workbook can be used as a warm-up, homework, or as a diagnostic tool for the teacher, parent, or administrator. The individual pages can be used to diagnose weak areas and provide opportunities to facilitate the students' full understanding of concepts. Students are challenged and consistently exposed to a variety of concepts in all objective areas. Each book spirals in level of difficulty and continues to encourage students to think about math in real-life situations.

For math proficiency activities at alternative levels, see Math Warm-Ups Grade 2 and Math Warm-Ups Grade 4.

This series meets NCTM standards and builds test-taking proficiency.

Grade 3

Table of Contents

Introduction, Execises 1 to 70, Common Core Standards Alignment Sheet.

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Sheri Disbrow is currently a Title I Math Instructor and has instructed preservice teachers in math at the university level, as well as peers at math workshops. Disbrow, a mother of four, holds a master's degree in Curriculum and Instruction and is continuing her education toward a doctorate in the field of education.

Disbrow is a very passionate teacher and believes in enabling people to develop thinking skills that can be applied to a variety of real-life situations. She also believes we as teachers and parents influence children's attitudes toward learning and math. Because of this we can choose to fear math or try to make sense of math and look at our world from a different perspective.