Math – 3rd, 4th, and 5th Grades

Below you will find 3rd grade, 4th grade, and 5th grade active Math lessons.  The SOL is listed along with the purpose of each lesson to help you find an appropriate Math lesson.  Please check in from time to time as we update our webpage as we create new content.

Number and Number SenseSOLPurpose
Comparing Numbers WarK.1, 2.1c, 3.1c, 4.1bCompare numbers to decide which is greater by playing a game similar to war.
Comparing Fractions Find2.4c, 3.2b, 4.2b, 5.2bCompare fractions and use their bodies to show greater than, less than, or equal to.
Fraction Action2.4c, 3.2b, 4.2b, 5.2bCompare two fractions to determine >, <, = and perform an exercise once solved.
Place Value Plyometrics2.1a, 3.1a, 4.1a, 5.1Identify the place value that is underlined and then perform a corresponding exercise.
Prime and Composite Card Shuffle5.3aUse prior knowledge of factors to tell if a number is prime or composite, and exercise the answer.
Round ‘Em Up2.1d, 3.1b, 4.1c, 5.1Practice rounding to various place values by sorting number cards and performing an exercise.
Odd or Even2.2c, 5.3bIdentify if a number is odd or even while incorporating movement.
Computation and EstimationSOLPurpose
Math TagMany SOL’sReview any math topic by playing a game of tag.
Divide & Conquer3.4a, 4.4a, 5.4Review division facts while performing various exercises.
Estimation Snowball Fight3.3a, 4.4b, 5.5aPractice addition and subtraction of whole numbers (with and without regrouping) by using estimation.
Multi-Digit Math Relay3.4, 4.4, 4.5c, 5.4, 5.5Work as a team to solve a multi-digit (addition, subtraction, decimal, etc.) math problem while relaying.
Multiplication Cone Maze3.4b&c, 4.4a, 5.4Practice multiplication facts by completing a series of problems and exercises.
Multiplication Musical Chairs3.4b&c, 4.4a, 5.4Practice multiplication facts as they move around like musical chairs.
Multiplication Scoot3.4b&c, 4.4a, 5.4Practice multiplication by completing an active scoot.
Measurement Scoot4.8abc, 5.9Review concepts of weight, mass, length, and temperature.
Geometric Lines Hunt3.11, 4.10aUse their knowledge of vocabulary of geometric lines and do exercises that model the vocabulary.
Heads Up Geometry5.12Draw angles and triangles that represent the different classifications and exercise.
Probability and StatisticsSOLPurpose
95210 Mean and Mode5.17Use mean and mode while finding out information about his/her classmates and performing team exercises.
Graph Fit3.15a&b, 4.14abcCollect data and graph the number of exercises they are able to complete in a given time.
Jump for Mean, Median, and Mode5.17Use mean, median, and mode while finding out information about his or her classmates and performing team exercises.

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