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Dear Parents,
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We are kicking 3rd math off to a great start this year! Below are several math websites that your child can access for extra practice at home. These websites include fact fluency, place value skills, word problems, and more! The list will be updated as we cover more topics. We look forward to seeing each and every child grow to love math and become confident and successful in their math skills.

Topics we have already covered

  1. Place Value, composing and decomposing numbers. Understanding the relationship found in the base-10 number system.
  2. Representing numbers several ways (word form, standard form, expanded form, expanded notation)
  3. Comparing numbers using symbols (<, =, >). Ordering a list of numbers up to 100,000.
  4. Money, identifying the value of coins and bills. Determining the value of a set of coins and bills.
  5. Adding and subtracting numbers using place-10 blocks and using the standard algorithm.
  6. Representing and solving addition and subtraction word problems.
  7. Perimeter and Area.
  8. Representing multiplication facts (repeated addition, equal groups, arrays, area model, strip diagrams).
  9. Representing and solving multiplication word problems.

Please allow your son/daughter to practice addition, subtraction, counting money, and now multiplication every day. We are going to have a contest at the end of the year where students can earn an ice-cream cup depending on their multiplication skills. Every week we are going to practice one fact. We’ve already covered the facts for 2s, 10s and for 5s. These are the foundations for learning to deduce the rest of the facts. We do not want them to memorize the facts but to understand how multiplication work and derive the products from what they already know. Memorization will eventually occur as a consequence of repeated use. Thank you for your support at home.


Perimeter class by Math Antics

This video explains what is perimeter and how to determine it.

Area class by Math Antics

What is area and how to determine it. Make sure you stop at 5 minutes. We are interested in determining area of squares and rectangles only.

Fun to learn numbers
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Fun to Learn Numbers is for kids to practice and reinforce their concepts of number counting, sequencing and picture addition.

Place Value class by Math Antics
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Basic Math Videos made by a very clever and fun teacher

Place Value Games for 3rd Graders
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This website provides several activities for your child to revisit and extend place value understanding.

Spell the Number
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A fun way to practice spelling numbers from standard form to word form and vice-versa using a check metaphor.

Writing numbers in word form
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Using this website, students practice reading numbers in word form and finding the same number in standard form and vice-versa.

Expanded and word form
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Here students will practice converting between expanded and word forms

Fruit Splat
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This website will allow students to practice in a fun way how to convert numbers from expanded form

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ABCYa provides a huge variety of short games involving math skills for your child to practice while having fun!

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Practice your Math skills at home with this awesome website!

We will be creating a Prodigy class for the 2019-2020 school year soon.


Johnnie's Math Page

Over 1000 math activities, tools and games are available to your child!

Johnnie's Math Page is the site to find fun math for kids. Over one-thousand math learning and teaching resources have been categorized and set out for you. 

Math Playground
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This website provides games with advanced 3rd grade math concepts. Recommended for advanced students now or for all students after we’ve covered addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division.

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