Course/Grade Level Description
In the third grade, students gain proficiency in addition and subtraction of whole numbers, and continue to develop meaning and computational skill in multiplication. This culminates in knowledge of the 10 x 10 multiplication table. Students are introduced to decimals through money. Work in measurement is closely related to increased emphasis on ideas from geometry, including developing meaning for area and perimeter.
Common Core State Standards for Mathematics
Third Grade Overview
Family and Community Resources
Fluently multiply and divide within 100 and know all whole number products up to 10 x 10
Multiplicar y dividir de forma fluida por 100 y saber todos los resultados de los productos completos hasta 10 x 10
Fluently add and Subtract within 1,000
Sumar y Restar con fluidez por 1.000
Identify fractions from a model with denominators of 2, 3, 4, 6, and 8
Identificar fracciones desde un modelo con denominadores de 2, 3, 4, 6 y 8
"Numbers" knowing simple sums and learning useful calculations can help you with everyday tasks.
"City Blocks" division, questions about remainders.
"ToonUniversity" teaches you about size estimation.
Use "Measuring" to help students find the length in whole numbers through sixteenths.
Test your division abilities against players from around the world in "Division Derby."
Third Grade Parent Roadmap