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Third Grade MathWhile multiplication is explored as a concept in first and second grade, the “times tables” take center stage in third grade. Third graders are expected to learn their multiplication facts to up to 12 times 12, as well as be able to multiply a double digit by a single digit. Fractions, place value, and measurement are also key third grade math concepts. By the end of the year, your child should be able to:
Third Grade ReadingNow that the basics of reading have been acquired, your child will expand his or her vocabulary using skills like determining meaning from context. Third graders play with language in new ways, exploring concepts like antonyms, synonyms, homophones, idioms, and figurative language. By the end of the year, your child should be able to:
Third Grade ActivitiesHere are some simple activities to try with your third grader:
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