Grade 3

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Math & Movement

Activity Instructions

Give a student a multiplication by 3s problem (verbally, flashcard, worksheet, etc.).
Example: 3 x 6
The student will begin on 0. They will jump forward 6 times, only landing on the multiples of three. When they land on the sixth number, 18, they will say, “3 x 6 = 18.”

You can also have students practice each multiplication fact as they hop down the mat:
Jump on 3. Say, “3 x 1 = 3.” Jump on 6. Say, “3 x 2 = 6,” etc.

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