Hello fellow educator!
If you love an interactive math lesson as much as I do, I hope that this will support your instruction in a meaningful way. In THIS blog post, I talk a little bit about how I use just some random classroom materials to create interactive line plots in the classroom.
As an ESE teacher, one of the things that I need to always keep before me is differentiating activities so that all of my learners can access the content. In this packet, I offer three different types of rulers (one inch, half inch, and quarter inch). There are also worksheets that are aligned to each of those measurements.
This set offers me the opportunity to differentiate by the ruler or the worksheet…or even BOTH and that offers me a lot of flexibility.
If you love this activity, you might also enjoy:
Third Grade Math Spiral Review: Introduction to Fractions as an opportunity for further practice during morning work. This set features work around fractions and also an add on packet just for working on line plots.
Third Grade Math Spiral Review: Equivalent Fractions is a wonderful follow up to the Intro to Fractions Packet. Students can continue to work on their understanding of fractions and equivalency.
These activities are also available in a year-long bundle that you could pick up HERE.
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