What do kids learn in third grade?
Children moving into third grade will mature in school and use the tools they have gathered from second grade to dig deeply into important curricular areas with deeper thinking and expression, deeper understanding of concepts, deeper reading. To advance as readers, students will work on responding to and finding connections between texts; expanding vocabulary and use of context clues and pronunciation; and developing and sharing opinions about their reading. Their writing will progress by extending writing time and research; using the writing process and choosing audience; further developing types of writing and their organizational structure; and utilizing more detail in content and sentence construction. Math becomes more complicated in making and using graphs; fractions; rounding; measuring; working with four-sided figures; more complex word problems; and understanding the multiplication and division relationship while learning products. To support and advance the classroom learning objectives, this outstanding top teacher resource will provide literally hundreds of entertaining and absorbing pages filled with games, learning centers, monthly topics, graphic organizers, and much more. You can be assured that the materials in this comprehensive collection are aligned with the current educational standards. By using this top resource, you can confidently send your students on to the next level!