### Gr. 3 Math Gizmos

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Using this ExploreLearning Gizmo, students can use base-10 blocks to model two numbers and then combine the blocks to model the sum. The resource includes lesson materials and assessment questions.

Using this ExploreLearning Gizmo, students can estimate distances on a number line. The resource includes lesson materials and assessment questions.

Using this ExploreLearning Gizmo, students can use multiplication to find the number of squares in a chocolate bar. The resource includes lesson materials and assessment questions.

Using this ExploreLearning Gizmo, students can use groups of "critters" to model multiplication as repeated addition. The resource includes lesson materials and assessment questions.

This ExploreLearning Gizmo allows students to compare fractions and find equivalent fractions by arranging tiles on two horizontal rows. Students can also explore simplifying and adding fractions. The resource includes lesson materials and assessment questions.

Using this ExploreLearning Gizmo, students can make paintings to represent simple fractions and to find fractions that are equivalent to one-half. The resource includes lesson materials and assessment questions.

This ExploreLearning Gizmo allows students to create and analyze paintings with different-sized sections. The resource includes lesson materials and assessment questions.

This ExploreLearning Gizmo allows students to compare fractions and explore equivalent fractions by having them look at flowers planted in two gardens. The resource includes lesson materials and assessment questions.

This ExploreLearning Gizmo allows students to simulate an election. Once the votes are in, the results can be shown on a frequency table, tally chart, pictograph, bar graph or circle graph. The resource includes lesson materials and assessment questions.

Using this ExploreLearning Gizmo, students can model and compare decimals using area models. The resource includes lesson materials and assessment questions.

Using this ExploreLearning Gizmo, students can model a variety of whole numbers and decimals with base-10 blocks. The resource includes lesson materials and assessment questions.

Using this ExploreLearning Gizmo, students can multiply decimals using partial products. Each product is modeled as the area of a rectangle. The resource includes lesson materials and assessment questions.

This ExploreLearning Gizmo provides an introduction to division with remainders by having students select a school bus size to transport aliens on a field trip. The resource includes lesson materials and assessment questions.

Using this ExploreLearning Gizmo, students can learn how addition and subtraction can be represented as movement along a number line. The resource includes lesson materials and assessment questions.

Using this ExploreLearning Gizmo, students can play a carnival style card pattern game. The resource includes lesson materials and assessment questions.

Using this ExploreLearning Gizmo, students can test their reaction time by catching a falling ruler or clicking a target. A data set of results is created and the range, mode, median, and mean of the data set can be displayed. The data can be displayed on a list, table, bar graph or dot plot. The resource includes lesson materials and assessment questions.

Using this ExploreLearning Gizmo, students can test their reaction time by catching a falling ruler or clicking a target. A data set of results is created and the range, mode, median, and mean of the data set can be displayed. The data can be displayed on a list, table, bar graph or dot plot. The resource includes lesson materials and assessment questions.

Using this ExploreLearning Gizmo, students can use base-10 blocks to model a number. Students then remove blocks from this number to model subtraction. The resource includes lesson materials and assessment questions.

Using this ExploreLearning Gizmo, students can explore multi-digit addition through a card game. The resource includes lesson materials and assessment questions.