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You are halfway through your elementary school and it’s time to get introduced to some new and vital mathematical concepts! Third Grade Maths is all about Multiplication, Division and learning about important repetition concepts.
Based on international curriculum, third graders should be able to solve problems based on Three-digit and Four-digit numbers, Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication and Division fact families, Geometrical Shapes & Figures, Measurement, Mental Arithmetic, Fractional Numbers, Pattern and more. They are also expected to solve simple equations and two-step word problems.
Memorizing multiplication tables is another important job that a third grader ought to learn. Just like it’s important to learn how to walk before you can run, tables are the building blocks of mathematics. These kids are expected to at least thoroughly learn tables from 1 to 5. Students who have mastered learning multiplication tables in their elementary school acquire a solid foundation in mathematics. It also helps them throughout their middle school, high school and beyond. Topics such as fractions, algebra, indices & surds that will be taught in your higher classes becomes a piece of cake when you know how to perform long multiplications without the help of any writing instrument or calculators.
Not only are these multiplication tables important, but you should also know how to multiply one-digit, two-digit and three-digit numbers. The box method and the lattice method of multiplication are important concepts that develop the child’s logical reasoning skills.
Third graders are also introduced to simple one or two liners multiplication word problems. These word problems help the child to understand how multiplication can be applied in solving everyday problems of life.
Here’s an example of a Multiplication Word Problem: Jack went to a doughnut shop and bought 2 boxes of doughnuts. If each box contains 5 doughnuts, then how many doughnuts will Jack have in total? The answer would be 5 X 2 = 10 doughnuts.
Keeping the mental level of third graders in mind, we have designed Maths Quizzes to help these young students enrich their arithmetic skills in a fun way. By practicing 3rd Grade Maths Quizzes every day, the kids are training their brains for faster reception. They are also discovering new multiplication strategies and memorization techniques with each progressive lesson. Visual association of mathematics in the form of quizzes helps the child to retain new concepts and facts which are stored in their long-term memory. This is the year when students are no longer learning to play, but they are instead playing to learn. These quizzes transform theoretical maths skills into practical-based reality.
Though each quiz has no fixed time duration, consider yourself a Third Grade Achiever if you can finish each test within 15 minutes or less. Since you’re a third grader now, you can now do some Mental Maths for Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication and solving Word Problems. As always, don’t take the help of the calculator or the internet! Take at least one quiz every day to excel in the subject and become a top achiever in your class. Start a Quiz now!