# December 14

```3rd Grade Math Homework December 14-18
Complete the following every day; Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.
What numbers am I working on? ____________
Example: 3, 6, 9
Complete pretest:
1. _____X 0=____
1. _____X 0=____
1. _____X 0=____
2. ____ X1= _____
2. ____ X1= _____
2. ____ X1= _____
3. ____ X2=______
3. ____ X2=______
3. ____ X2=______
4. ____ X 3= _____
4. ____ X 3= _____
4. ____ X 3= _____
5. _____ X 4= _____
5. _____ X 4= _____
5. _____ X 4= _____
6. _____ X5= ______
6. _____ X5= ______
6. _____ X5= ______
7. ______ X 6= ______
7. ______ X 6= ______
7. ______ X 6= ______
8. _____ X7= _______
8. _____ X7= _______
8. _____ X7= _______
9. ______ X 8= ______
9. ______ X 8= ______
9. ______ X 8= ______
10. ______ X9= ______
10. ______ X9= ______
10. ______ X9= ______
11. ______ X 10= _____
11. ______ X 10= _____
11. ______ X 10= _____
12. ______ X 11= _____
12. ______ X 11= _____
12. ______ X 11= _____
13. ______ X 12 = ______
13. ______ X 12 = ______
13. ______ X 12 = ______
Which facts are the hardest for me?
Example: 9X7, 9X6, 9X8 and 9X9
Make models of the difficult facts: Arrays, Repeated Addition, Equal Groups
Use the distributive property to solve them.
Example: 9X6= (9X5) + (9X1)=
45
+ 9= 54
3rd Grade Math Homework December 14-18
Complete the following every day; Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.
What numbers am I working on? ____________
Example: 3, 6, 9
Complete pretest:
1. _____X 0=____
1. _____X 0=____
1. _____X 0=____
2. ____ X1= _____
2. ____ X1= _____
2. ____ X1= _____
3. ____ X2=______
3. ____ X2=______
3. ____ X2=______
4. ____ X 3= _____
4. ____ X 3= _____
4. ____ X 3= _____
5. _____ X 4= _____
5. _____ X 4= _____
5. _____ X 4= _____
6. _____ X5= ______
6. _____ X5= ______
6. _____ X5= ______
7. ______ X 6= ______
7. ______ X 6= ______
7. ______ X 6= ______
8. _____ X7= _______
8. _____ X7= _______
8. _____ X7= _______
9. ______ X 8= ______
9. ______ X 8= ______
9. ______ X 8= ______
10. ______ X9= ______
10. ______ X9= ______
10. ______ X9= ______
11. ______ X 10= _____
11. ______ X 10= _____
11. ______ X 10= _____
12. ______ X 11= _____
12. ______ X 11= _____
12. ______ X 11= _____
13. ______ X 12 = ______
13. ______ X 12 = ______
13. ______ X 12 = ______
Which facts are the hardest for me?
Example: 9X7, 9X6, 9X8 and 9X9
Make models of the difficult facts: Arrays, Repeated Addition, Equal Groups
Use the distributive property to solve them.
Example: 9X6= (9X5) + (9X1)=
45
+ 9= 54
3rd Grade Math Homework December 14-18
Complete the following every day; Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.
What numbers am I working on? ____________
Example: 3, 6, 9
Complete pretest:
1. _____X 0=____
1. _____X 0=____
1. _____X 0=____
2. ____ X1= _____
2. ____ X1= _____
2. ____ X1= _____
3. ____ X2=______
3. ____ X2=______
3. ____ X2=______
4. ____ X 3= _____
4. ____ X 3= _____
4. ____ X 3= _____
5. _____ X 4= _____
5. _____ X 4= _____
5. _____ X 4= _____
6. _____ X5= ______
6. _____ X5= ______
6. _____ X5= ______
7. ______ X 6= ______
7. ______ X 6= ______
7. ______ X 6= ______
8. _____ X7= _______
8. _____ X7= _______
8. _____ X7= _______
9. ______ X 8= ______
9. ______ X 8= ______
9. ______ X 8= ______
10. ______ X9= ______
10. ______ X9= ______
10. ______ X9= ______
11. ______ X 10= _____
11. ______ X 10= _____
11. ______ X 10= _____
12. ______ X 11= _____
12. ______ X 11= _____
12. ______ X 11= _____
13. ______ X 12 = ______
13. ______ X 12 = ______
13. ______ X 12 = ______
Which facts are the hardest for me?
Example: 9X7, 9X6, 9X8 and 9X9
Make models of the difficult facts: Arrays, Repeated Addition, Equal Groups
Use the distributive property to solve them.
Example: 9X6= (9X5) + (9X1)=
45
+ 9= 54
3rd Grade Math Homework December 14-18
Complete the following every day; Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.
What numbers am I working on? ____________
Example: 3, 6, 9
Complete pretest:
1. _____X 0=____
1. _____X 0=____
1. _____X 0=____
2. ____ X1= _____
2. ____ X1= _____
2. ____ X1= _____
3. ____ X2=______
3. ____ X2=______
3. ____ X2=______
4. ____ X 3= _____
4. ____ X 3= _____
4. ____ X 3= _____
5. _____ X 4= _____
5. _____ X 4= _____
5. _____ X 4= _____
6. _____ X5= ______
6. _____ X5= ______
6. _____ X5= ______
7. ______ X 6= ______
7. ______ X 6= ______
7. ______ X 6= ______
8. _____ X7= _______
8. _____ X7= _______
8. _____ X7= _______
9. ______ X 8= ______
9. ______ X 8= ______
9. ______ X 8= ______
10. ______ X9= ______
10. ______ X9= ______
10. ______ X9= ______
11. ______ X 10= _____
11. ______ X 10= _____
11. ______ X 10= _____
12. ______ X 11= _____
12. ______ X 11= _____
12. ______ X 11= _____
13. ______ X 12 = ______
13. ______ X 12 = ______
13. ______ X 12 = ______
Which facts are the hardest for me?
Example: 9X7, 9X6, 9X8 and 9X9
Make models of the difficult facts: Arrays, Repeated Addition, Equal Groups
Use the distributive property to solve them.
Example: 9X6= (9X5) + (9X1)=
45
+ 9= 54
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