Third Grade


Highlighted Resources

Find lessons for students for their specific grade level. When you click on your grade level, you can go by standard or simply click on an activity!

Access 10 Days of Lessons created to cover the largest topics in each grade level K-5. When you open the document, find your student(s') grade level(s) and click on it to see the 10 lessons.

This online learning platform currently provides a 90-day free trial. After you set up an account, you can designate your student(s) grade level(s).

6 Ways to Support Your Child's Mathematical Development.pdf

A document from YouCubed.Org that provide 6 ways to support your child/student when helping them learn math.

Online math games for K-5 students. Most games also include a printable record sheet to show your student's thinking as they play.

Parents need a reminder of what your students' math work is about? Students do you need a review of an idea you learned? Interactive videos and activities of main ideas in math for K-5 students.

Additional Resources


Access a PowerPoint routine designed to work on students fluency in multiplication. Consider Splat 3.1-5 and 4.1-5 for Third Grade.


This is a fun and interactive way to work on estimation. Download the PowerPoints labeled “Esti-Mysteries # _____”. Families/students estimate the amount in the picture, then reveal clues in order to change estimations based on new information.

Open Middle

Try a great way to replace worksheets and have students investigate a math idea. Students play with numbers, operations, and other math ideas. Click on your student’s grade level.

Greg Tang Math Online Games

Find engaging and unique math games to help students reinforce fact and procedural fluency.

Screen-Free Time


ThinkFun’s downloadable games provide families/students with brain teasers and a chance to practice reasoning and strategic thinking.

Math Screen Free:

This document outlines different ways to engage your student in doing activities and talking math in a natural and fun way.

K-5 Math

Are you looking for a packet of meaningful work in Mathematics for students? This site has FREE printable packets for K-5.

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