If a grade 3 math beginner student knows all the above then he/she is ready to learn the next level of math. The next level is learning how to multiply or times. Multiplications is actually the repeated addition of similar sets of things or in other words repeated addition of the same number.
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Then this book builds on the above basic operations to develop the higher concepts of finding all the factors of a number, multiples, prime numbers and composite numbers, all are the key topics for grade three math. Book explains how to find greatest common factor gcf and least common multiple lcm. The gcf and lcm are the keys to understand and learn fractions.
This book is at our product site www.mathfriendly.org for sale and if want to buy it you can visit the site by clicking the above link.The key to grade three math success is to master the addition skills, subtraction skills, place value to hundred thousand, writing larger numbers in numerals and in words and last but not least to know the times tables up to 10 times for grade three math.
Once the student know the times tables and can tell from the memory, he/she is ready to multiply the larger numbers and ready to learn dividing the numbers.
Including to the above concepts in grade three math, the students need to know the basic fractions such as write a fraction looking at a picture or vice versa. A grade three math student should also have good knowledge about the two dimensional and three dimensional geometric shapes.
Following are the key grade three math worksheets: