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3rd Grade Math Complete is an 8 unit program that covers all of the important skills and concepts typically covered in 3rd grade. Each unit includes the student and teacher edition. This resource can be used within a classroom setting, co-op or with individual students. Because it can be used within a group setting, you’ll find many activities for students to complete in pairs of 2. If you are homeschooling multiple children close in age, it would be easy to adapt and teach students together. If you are homeschooling a single child, you can easily adapt these activities through your one-on-one interaction!

You do not need to use the entire program if you are only wanting to focus on one or a few specific Math skills and concepts. If this is the case, you can purchase each unit separately.

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In this unit, students will learn about fractions, naming parts, building from units, locating on a number line, equivalent fractions, and how to compare fractions with the same denominator and the same numerator.

Includes: Student and Teacher Editions
Size: 338 pages

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In this unit, students are introduced to the number line, an essential representation that will be used throughout students’ K–12 mathematical experience. They learn to use the number line to represent whole numbers, sums, and differences. They see that the tick marks and numbers on the number line are like those on a ruler: both show equally spaced numbers that represent lengths from 0. Students use this understanding of structure to locate and compare numbers on the number line, as well as to estimate numbers represented by points on the number line. Students then learn conventions for representing addition and subtraction on the number line: using arrows pointing to the right for adding and arrows pointing to the left for subtracting. Students also use the number line to represent addition and subtraction methods discussed in Number Talks, such as counting on, counting back by place, and decomposing a number to get to a ten. The reasoning here deepens students’ understanding of the relationship between addition and subtraction.

Includes: Student and Teacher Editions
Size: 309