Grade 3 Curriculum

30 / 100 Powered by Rank Math SEO SEO Score In third grade students are introduced to slightly more complex
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In third grade students are introduced to slightly more complex concepts in Math, Language Arts and Reading. Students are introduced to mathematical operations such as multiplication and division, and   long division in some cases. It is here that students are taught to develop their problem-solving skills by learning how to solve mathematical problems.  Reading includes working more on text comprehension as students are required to read more difficult books.

Language Arts Grade 3

For reading skills, students will be able to tell the difference between literal and nonliteral language. Students are taught communications skills. They will be able to talk about what they read and put the pieces together to produce a whole story. A student’s writing skills will be developed as they are taught  to use linking words and phrases, words and phrases that show event order, and how to conduct short research projects to build knowledge. While reading informational texts, students will be able to describe the main idea, determine the meaning of academic words and phrases, and use maps and photographs to understand the text.

Topics covered include:

  • Types of Sentences
  • Simple/Compound Sentences
  • Helping Verbs
  • Context Clues
  • Nouns, Themes
  • Parts of Speech
  • Writing Paragraphs
  • Synonyms, Time Order Writing
  • Capitalization and Punctuation
  • Literal and Figurative Writing
  • Root Words, Illustrations
  • Written Vs Spoken Language
  • Fiction and Nonfiction

Mathematics Grade 3

Students will begin to develop an understanding of multiplication and division. The students will learn to solve multiplication and division problems involving single-digit numbers.  They will begin to understand fractions. Students will begin to understand area as a property used to describe two-dimensional shapes. They will learn to measure the area of a shape by counting how many identical smaller shapes can fit inside of it.  At this grade level students learn to describe and compare two-dimensional shapes. They connect their knowledge of shapes to their work with fractions by describing the area of part of a shape as a fraction of the whole shape.

Topics covered include:

  • Compare & Order Numbers
  • Addition
  • Subtraction
  • Multiplication
  • Division
  • Number Sentences
  • Fractions
  • Shapes
  • Measurement
  • Graphs & Charts
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  • Duration 9 week
  • Max Students 100
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  • Assessments Self

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