3rd Grade Math Tutorials

3rd Grade Math Tutorials

Operations & Algebraic Thinking

Interpret Products of Whole Numbers in a Context

Interpreting Quotients as Equal Portions of a Number

Using Multiplication and Division to Solve Word Problems

Determining the Unknown Number in Multiplication and Division Equations

Apply Commutative Associative or Distributive Properties to Whole Numbers

Understand Division as an Unknown Factor Problem

Fluently Multiply or Divide the One to Ten Tables

Solving Two Step Word Problems using the Four Basic Operations

Identify Arithmetic Patterns in Multiplication Tables

Use Place Value to Round to the Nearest Ten and Nearest Hundred

Fluently Add or Subtract to One Thousand


Number & Operations in Base Ten

Multiplying One Digit Numbers by Multiples of Ten using the Associative Property


Number & Operations - Fractions

Understand a Fraction with Numerator One as a Whole Divided by the Denominator

Represent a Fraction with Numerator One on a Number Line

Represent Various Fractions on a Zero to One Number Line

Explain Equivalence of Fractions on a Number Line

Recognize and Generate Equivalent Fractions using Models

Expressing Whole Numbers as Fractions and Locate on a Number Line

Compare Different Fractions with the Same Numerator or the Same Denominator


Measurement & Data

Solve Word Problems Involving Addition or Subtraction of Minutes on a Number Line

Solving Word Problems involving Mass and Volume

Draw a Picture Graph to Represent a Data Set and Solve Problems

Show Data by Making a Line Plot

Recognize that a Unit Square has Side Lengths of One Unit

Recognize that a Figure Covered with N Unit Squares has an Area Equal to N Square Units

Measure Areas by Counting Unit Squares

Find the Area of a Rectangle by Tiling it and Multiplying Side Lengths

Solve Area Problems by Multiplying Side Lengths of Rectangles

Use Area Models Tiling and the Distributive Property to Find the Area of Rectangles

Show that Areas are Additive

Solve Problems Involving Finding Perimeter Area and Side Length



Understand that Shapes in Different Categories may Share Attributes that Define a Larger Group

Partition Shapes into Equal Portions