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3rd Grade Math is the culmination of 25 years of research at Stanford University. Our online math course includes:

Adaptive Curriculum


Once a student demonstrates proficiency with a skill, our courseware automatically adapts and targets new skills for mathematics mastery.

15,000+ Math Problems


Math games, digital manipulatives, and videos. Oh my! A variety of instructional methods ensure student engagement and learning.

STEM-based Projects


STEM-based projects and career explorations address real-world challenges. Students gain practical experience with design, coding and simulation tools.

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3rd Grade Math Games

In 3rd grade math students will tackle multiplication, division, fractions, and measurement. Because every student learns differently, our online course has multiple instructional methods. Explore some of the 3rd grade games, problems and projects.

3rd Grade Math Problems

3rd Grade STEM Project

In this 3rd grade example, students combine their math skills with blocks of code to design an exercise routine.


3rd Grade Math Skills Addressed in Our K-7 Program

Understand Multiplication
  • - Equal Groups: Repeated Addition
  • - Equal Groups in Multiplication: Unknown Items Per Group
  • - Equal Groups in Multiplication: Unknown Number of Groups
  • - Equal Groups: Rows
  • - Equal Groups: The Array Model
  • - Commutative Property of Multiplication
  • - Multiplicative Identity Property and Zero Property of Multiplication
  • - Multiplication in 1-Step Problem Solving
Concept of Area
  • - Compare Areas of Rectangles
  • - Tile Rectangles to Find Area
  • - Area Formula
  • - Decompose a Rectangle to Find Area
  • - Area with Customary Units
  • - Area with Metric Units
  • - Decompose Figures to Find Area
Patterns in Multiplication
  • - Multiply by 2
  • - Multiply by 3 and 5
  • - Introduction to Multiplication Tables
  • - Use Multiplication Tables
  • - Basic Multiplication Facts
  • - Patterns in the Multiplication Table
  • - Learn Multiplication Facts
Understand Division
  • - Equal Groups in Division: Unknown Items Per Group
  • - Equal Groups in Division: Unknown Number of Groups
  • - Equal Groups: Tape Diagrams
  • - Equal Groups: Arrays
  • - Problem Solving with Related Facts
Use Mixed Operations to Solve Problems
  • - Order of Operations with Parentheses
  • - Order of Operations without Parentheses
  • - Associative and Commutative Properties
  • - Multiples of Ten
  • - Use Tape Diagrams to Solve Multiplication and Division Problems
  • - Problem Solving with Mixed Operations
Measurement: Time, Volume, and Mass
  • - Tell Time
  • - Problem Solving with Elapsed Time
  • - Liquid Volume
  • - Mass
Fraction Concepts
  • - Model Equal Parts
  • - Use Fraction Bars to Name Fractions
  • - Use Fraction Rectangles and Circles to Name Fractions
  • - Find Equivalent Fractions
  • - Compare Fractions
  • - Find Fractions on a Number Line
  • - Compare Fractions on a Number Line

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