This 3rd grade bundle is honestly a lifesaver. It has **everything** you need to cover all of the math skills your students need to practice for an **entire year**. Each set includes **sorts, task cards, math writing, matching,** and a** recording book** that students use for all **10 centers in each set**. Yes, they’re that complete!

# Third Grade Math Centers Bundle

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### Description:

This 3rd grade bundle is honestly a lifesaver. It has **everything** you need to cover all of the math skills your students need to practice for an **entire year**. You will be getting a total of **90 math centers plus 3 bonus centers! **Your students will have so many opportunities to practice their math skills!

Maybe you want to prep an entire year’s worth of Math Centers before the first day of school. Or maybe you’re running out of steam mid-year and need some fresh ideas. The 90 centers in this bundle can help you with both!

Implementing these centers is easy because I’ve designed them to all follow the same format. That means you’ll only have to teach the expectations and procedures one time. After that, your students will be able to complete centers for the rest of the year without many new directions. You’ll save so much class time!

The **90 centers** are organized into 9** sets by topic**. Each set includes s**orts, task cards, math writing, matching, **and a** recording book** that students use for all 10 centers in each set. Yes, they’re that complete!

**Would you like to see what our math centers look like? Click HERE to grab a FREE mini set of geometry and quadrilaterals centers.**

### What’s Included:

★ All 90 of the Not So Wimpy 3rd Grade Math Centers valued separately at $50 total—meaning you get two center sets FREE!

★ The 40-page “Math Center Teacher Tips and Tricks” document with math center tips, schedules, and labels!

★ A FREE mini-set of 3 Geometry Centers!

★ All centers are included in color, black & white, and **digital versions**!

### Centers Included:

- Math Journaling
- Addition & Subtraction Word Problem Task Cards
- Adding Doubles
- Clocks
- Coins
- Fact Families
- Hundreds Chart Patterns
- Missing Addends
- Number Patterns
- Write Your Own Word Problem

- Math Journaling
- Addition & Subtraction Word Problem Task Cards
- Regrouping
- Vocabulary
- Roll a Problem (3 digit adding and subtracting)
- Spin a Problem (2 and 3 digit adding and subtracting)
- Estimation: Rounding to Add
- Missing Numbers in Math Facts
- Addition or Subtraction?
- Write Your Own Word Problem

- Math Journaling
- Mystery Number Task Cards
- Rounding to the Nearest 10 Sort
- Rounding to the Nearest 100 Sort
- Rounding Patterns on a 100s Chart
- Mentally Adding and Subtracting 10 and 100.
- Expanded Form Task Cards
- Value of a Digit
- Making the Least and Greatest Number with Specified Digits
- Write Your Own Word Problem

- Math Journaling
- Multiplication Word Problem Task Cards
- Commutative Property
- Meaning of Multiplication Using Words
- Arrays
- Skip Counting
- Multiplication Patterns
- Missing Factors
- Multiplying Multiples of 10
- Write Your Own Word Problem

- Math Journaling
- Word problem Task Cards
- Arrays
- Fact Families
- Related Multiplication Facts
- Division Facts
- Missing Numbers in Division Equations
- Repeated Subtraction
- Division Strategies
- Write Your Own Word Problem

- Math Journaling
- Elapsed Time Word Problem Task Cards
- Drawing Clocks
- Telling Time to the Minute
- Elapsed Time Between 2 Clocks
- Vocabulary
- Measuring a Minute (will need a timer)
- Writing Times that Activities Take Place (analog and digital)
- Adding or Subtracting Minutes from a Time
- Write Your Own Word Problem

- Math Journaling
- Word problem Task Cards
- Fraction of a Shape
- Fractions Number Lines
- Comparing Fractions
- Equivalent Fractions
- Fraction Vocabulary
- Roll and Draw Fractions
- Fraction Picture
- Write Your Own Word Problem

- Math Journaling
- Word problem Task Cards
- Which Unit? (What unit is used to measure the capacity and weight of a given object?)
- Measure a Shape (area and perimeter)
- Draw a Shape (with a given area)
- Measure a Line (to the nearest 1/4 inch)
- Line Plot
- Read a Graph
- Making a Bar Graph
- Write Your Own Word Problem

- Math Journaling (Multiplication and Division Relationship)
- 2-Step Word Problem Task Cards
- Addition & Subtraction
- Rounding to the Nearest 10 and 100
- Measuring Area and Perimeter of Regular and Irregular Shapes
- Reading Bar Graphs and Pictographs
- Naming Quadrilaterals
- Missing Factors (Multiplication and Division Facts)
- Reading Clocks and Elapsed Time
- Comparing Fractions and Equivalent Fractions

**Free Geometry and Quadrilaterals Mini Set**

- Quadrilaterals
- Vocabulary
- Mystery Shapes

### How to Use Math Centers:

These centers are perfect for an **independent math center**. My students work on them when I am meeting with guided math groups. Each center includes **simple, student friendly directions**. This allows students to be more independent. Centers could also be used for morning work or fast finishers.

You can use the centers in the way that suits your classroom best. But to guide you, I’ve included a 40-page handbook that tells you the four center rotations I’ve used.