Basic Math Skills, Grade 3

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Here's your one-stop resource for math practice based on NCTM standards. The books are organized by NCTM content strands: Number and Operations, Algebra, Geometry, Measurement, Data Analysis, and Probability.

In Basic Math Skills, Grade 3 you’ll find just what you need to provide extra skill practice for individual students, small groups, or the whole class. These reproducible pages are perfect for homework too.

Skills practiced include:
Number and Operations
• Count, read, write, and compare whole numbers to 10,000
• Group thousands, hundreds, tens, and ones
• Add and subtract 1-digit and multi-digit numbers
• Multiply and divide one-digit and multi-digit numbers
• Compute and estimate with whole numbers
• Identify, compare, and calculate using fractions
• Identify, count, and compute the value of coins and bills

Algebra
• Analyze, describe, and extend linear patterns
• Select appropriate operations and relation symbols to make a number sentence true
• Recognize and use the commutative and associative properties of addition and multiplication
• Solve problems involving a functional relationship between two quantities

Geometry
• Overview
• Identify and describe plane geometric figures by their attributes
• Identify and describe common solid figures by their attributes
• Identify and compare lines, line segments, and rays
• Identify angles and determine whether they are greater or less than a right angle

Measurement
• Tell time to the minute, identify the time of day, and find elapsed times
• Use a schedule and calendar to answer questions
• Choose the appropriate tools and units (metric and standard U.S.) to estimate and measure length, liquid volume, and weight
• Carry out simple unit conversions within a system of measurement
• Find the perimeter of a polygon
• Determine the area and volume of figures using squares or cubes

Data Analysis and Probability
• Read and interpret data on various types of graphs
• Collect, record, and classify data
• Explore probability, record possible outcomes, and use results to predict future events

This resource contains teacher support pages, reproducible student pages, and an answer key.