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- Available Lessons: 228
- Average Lesson Length: 8 min
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Course SummaryHelp your 3rd grader understand math with the helpful and kid-friendly video and text lessons in this math review course. If there are specific areas where your student is struggling, review those lessons or take the whole course as a great way to help them prepare for a class test or complete a homework assignment.
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About This Course
The video lessons in this course introduce 3rd graders to fundamental arithmetic, story problems, basic geometry and mathematical measurements. Each video lesson is around five minutes long and entertains while teaching math concepts, making them easier to understand and remember. Parents and teachers can check students' comprehension by using the lessons' short quizzes, which can identify subjects that might need additional attention.
How It Works
- Students who need or want to learn about specific topics, like fractions or graphing, can view only the chapters they need, or they can start at the beginning and go through the entire course from start to finish.
- Each video lesson can be viewed, paused and reviewed as often as needed.
- Students can use practice lessons to help them better understand concepts like how to solve story problems, how to create bar graphs, and how to identify different types of triangles.
- The video transcripts can help reinforce math topics and make the vocabulary words stand out for more comprehensive learning
- Short lesson quizzes gauge students' understanding of arithmetic, mathematical problem solving, geometry and measurements and provide links to sections of the video that need further review
- After completing a video lesson, the next lesson in the sequence is clearly displayed for continued study
Using the Course
This online resource provides your students with a comprehensive, fun and effective learning tool that can help make them look forward to learning 3rd grade math topics. This course provides an all-inclusive tutoring solution that's affordable for parents and teachers, customizable for students, and accessible when and where you need it. Our lessons do not link out to other websites, so students can stay focused in a safe learning environment.
Parents and teachers can find the lessons in this course useful in several situations:
- To help students with their homework
- To help students prepare for classroom quizzes
- To provide a lesson supplement or interactive classroom tool
- To supplement to 3rd grade math textbooks
|Number Sense & Arithmetic||Topics cover the basics of number types, counting and recognizing numbers.|
|Number Properties||Students learn commutative properties of addition and multiplication.|
|Solving Math Word Problems||Chapter introduces students to math word problems and steps used to solve them.|
|Estimation & Rounding||Lessons teach simple rounding of whole and fractional numbers and how solve math problems using estimation.|
|Addition||Students learn how to add multiple numbers, identify patterns, and balance addition equations through instructional tutorials and practice problems.|
|Subtraction||Lessons explain whole number subtraction, input/output tables and subtraction patterns. Examples and practice problems are also included.|
|Multiplication||Topics include steps for completing simple and multiple-number multiplication problems.|
|Multiples of Whole Numbers||Lessons cover whole numbers in multiples of 2, 5 and 10.|
|Multiplication Skills Practice||Students can demonstrate their understanding of multiplication with these practice problems.|
|Division||Lessons explain short and long division, divisibility rules, remainders, division tables and how to divide numbers ending in zero.|
|Division Skills Practice||Students can practice learned division skills.|
|Simplifying Whole Number Expressions||Lessons cover how to simplify addition, subtraction, multiplication and division expressions.|
|Basic Algebraic Expressions||Chapter introduces students to simple algebraic expressions, such as variables, associative and distributive properties.|
|Writing Algebraic Expressions||Students learn how to translate addition, subtraction, multiplication and division statements into algebraic expressions.|
|Data & Graphs||Lessons cover how to read and draw bar graphs, pictographs and tally charts.|
|Probability & Statistics||Topics include experimental probability, probability of events, and formulas for calculating mean, median, mode and range.|
|Units of Measurement||Students learn about standard measurement units, the metric system, measurement conversion, and how to interpret scale drawings.|
|Introduction to Geometric Figures||Lessons discuss properties of lines, points, angles and shapes as well as how to solve basic geometry problems.|
|Angles||Topics cover acute, obtuse and right angles.|
|Triangles||Students learn about different types of triangles and can work on practice problems involving triangles.|
|Quadrilaterals||Chapter defines and identifies properties for quadrilaterals, parallelograms, rhombuses, and other geometric shapes.|
|Perimeter, Area & Volume||Students learn how to measure the perimeter, area and volume of geometric shapes, like squares, cones, trapezoids and cylinders.|
|Symmetry, Similarity & Congruence||Lessons show how to identify and construct symmetrical, similar and congruent lines and geometric shapes.|
|Fractions||Students learn what fractions are and how to perform arithmetic problems using fractions.|
|Decimals||Lessons cover decimal values, conversion and inequalities as well as addition, subtraction, multiplication and division of numbers with decimals.|
|Money||Chapter introduces math problems using money, including adding and subtracting money, comparing monetary values, and solving word problems with money.|
|Time||Lessons cover how to tell time, read a calendar and perform math problems involving time.|
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