Ch 7: Counting, Number Patterns & Estimation for Kids

About This Chapter

Help your students master counting, number patterns and estimation by taking advantage of the fun lessons in this chapter. Ensure they are prepared for an upcoming test with help from multiple-choice quizzes and a practice exam.

Counting, Number Patterns & Estimation for Kids - Chapter Summary

This chapter offers a variety of lessons you can use to enhance your students' comprehension of counting, number patterns and estimation. Whether they are learning these concepts for the first time or getting quick refresher, this chapter can help them understand frequency, place value, skip counting and more. Upon completion of this chapter, your students will be able to:

  • Identify and describe different types of numbers
  • Define 3rd grade vocabulary words
  • Put numbers in order
  • Share the meaning and rules of patterns in math
  • Demonstrate an ability to skip count
  • Describe frequency
  • Showcase their knowledge of place value
  • Understand estimation

Feel free to select the lessons you would like your students to review based on their existing counting, number patterns and estimation comprehension. Lessons can be viewed in any sequence and revisited as often as needed. Find out how much your students understand using the lesson quizzes and chapter exam. Be sure to send any questions about topics covered in this chapter to our subject-matter experts.

8 Lessons in Chapter 7: Counting, Number Patterns & Estimation for Kids
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What are the Different Types of Numbers?

1. What are the Different Types of Numbers?

Learn all of the different types of numbers: natural numbers, whole numbers, integers, rational numbers, irrational numbers, and real numbers. This video lesson teaches you how to classify any numbers you come across.

3rd Grade Math Vocabulary: Lesson for Kids

2. 3rd Grade Math Vocabulary: Lesson for Kids

This lesson contains some of the words that are often used in 3rd Grade math lessons. These are words that you will continue to use in future math lessons throughout the years.

How to Put Numbers in Order

3. How to Put Numbers in Order

After watching this video lesson, you will know how to order numbers from smallest to largest and from largest to smallest. You will also know how to compare numbers to figure out which goes first and which goes last.

What is a Pattern in Math? - Definition & Rules

4. What is a Pattern in Math? - Definition & Rules

Some people say that doing the same thing over and over again will not get you results, but this lesson will teach you about mathematical patterns and show you how to prove those people wrong.

How to Skip Count

5. How to Skip Count

In this lesson, you will learn how you can skip count. Find out how to count by twos and by threes, and see how you can skip count by any given number.

Frequency Definition: Lesson for Kids

6. Frequency Definition: Lesson for Kids

Sometimes you may want to know how often things happen or you want to keep track of how many of one thing or the other you have. That is where frequency and a frequency table will be helpful.

Place Value Games for Kids

7. Place Value Games for Kids

Digits have a certain value depending on what place they are in a number. Learn how to play games to practice understanding the value of each place in 2, 3 and 4 digit numbers!

Estimation: Lesson for Kids

8. Estimation: Lesson for Kids

Estimation is a useful tool for finding approximate answers to math equations. In this lesson, you can learn the rules for estimation and practice estimating money.

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