# Spin to Win – Third Grade – 37 Centers for Math Workshop

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During Math Workshop it is important for students to have a variety of activities to practice their understanding of grade level skills. While working in Math Workshop it is also a great idea to have consistent activities weekly that you can easily implement with minimal need for review of the procedures each week.

Fourth Grade Spin to Win includes:

► Teacher Information (How to Play, Materials Needed, etc.)
► Sample Spinner Activity Available for FREE in Preview
► 59 Spinner Games

## Description

This Spin to Win is an Third Grade Math Activity with 37 different activities for your students to use over and over in your class to practice concepts, integrate easily for remediation, allow for students to demonstrate their understanding of all the concepts in your grade level!

## Third Grade Spin to Win includes:

► Teacher Information (How to Play, Materials Needed, etc.)
► Sample Spinner Activity Available for FREE here
► 37 Spinner Games (concepts covered listed below)

## Concepts Covered in this Third Grade Math Activity Set:

► Adding Whole Numbers (4 different spinner games)
► Subtracting Whole Numbers (4 different spinner games)
► Modeling Multiplication Sentences
► Multiplying Whole Numbers (2 different spinner games)
► Modeling Division Sentences
► Finding the Dividend
► Dividing Whole Numbers
► Rounding Whole Numbers to the Nearest 10
► Rounding Whole Numbers to the Nearest 100
► Odd and Even Numbers
► Creating Patterns
► Fractional Parts on a Number Line FREEBIE in Preview
► Modeling Unit Fractions
► Identifying Unit Fractions
► Understanding Fractions
► Modeling Fractions
► Modeling Fractions on a Number Line
► Equivalent Fraction Models
► Equivalent Fractions on a Number Line
► Comparing Fractions (Greater Than, Less Than and Equal To)
► Elapsed Time (3 different spinner games)
► Estimated Mass of an Object
► Measuring Mass of an Object
► Estimated Capacity of an Object
► Measuring Capacity of an Object
► Finding Perimeter of a Rectangle
► Finding Area of a Rectangle
► Modeling Polygons with Given Attributes

Aligned to standards taught in Third Grade Math nationwide (including Common Core, TEKS, and Oklahoma Academic Standards).

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