In the third grade, students are primarily concrete learners, acquiring knowledge through hands-on experiences.  These courses will encourage intellectually stimulating activities that promote enthusiasm and capture their interest.  (See Handbook.)  Such activities better enable students to make sense of mathematics.  In third grade math, students will compare and order whole numbers,  identify two-dimensional figures based on attributes, expand their knowledge of measurement and data analysis, and strengthen computational fluency by appyling problem-solving strategies. 

UNIT I: Third Grade Math (301-303)
UNIT II: Third Grade Math (304-306)