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Math

 

 

 

Math Fact Fluency

Knowing your math facts is important.  Want to get some practice in?  Check out these games!

Addition Games

Subtraction Games

Multiplication Math Adventure

Multiplication Flash Cards Online

 

 

Math Vocabulary

3rd Grade Vocabulary Game3rd Grade Math Vocabulary Game (New)
3rd grade students will have fun identifying important math terms when playing this interactive vocabulary game. For each definition, the students will have only 60 seconds to identify the correct word.

 

Click on the links below to practice math vocabulary on Quizlet!

 Place Value

Addition, Subtraction, Rounding & Estimating

Multiplication

Geometry 

 

Geometry Games

Properties of Multiplication

Basketball Math - Properties of Multiplication
In this fast-paced math game, students will identify and use the commutative, associative, and identity property of multiplication.

Multiplication

.Multiplication RacingMultiplication Game -In this fast-paced car racing game, students will practice multiplication facts to 10 times 10.

 

 

Basketball MultiplicationBasketball Multiplication Game -In this fun basketball game, young students will have fun multiplying one-digit numbers.

 

 

Multiplication Jeopardy GameMultiplication Jeopardy Game – In this game students will multiply one-, two-, and three-digit numbers by 5, 6, 7, 8, and 9. Kids can play this game alone or in teams.

 

 

Multiplication as Repeated Addition – In this fast-paced racing game students will use repeated addition to model multiplication problems.

 

 

Multiply Numbers Ending in Zeroes – In this cute pirate game kids can find the treasure chest by making no mistakes when multiplying numbers ending in zeroes.

 

 

Multiplication Basketball Game  – In this game students will multiply 2-digit numbers by 1-digit numbers. They can play it alone or in pairs.

 

Patterns

What's a pattern?  Can you find patterns in number problems?  Students first math investigation will involve finding all the ways to write numbers from 1 to 25 as the sum of consecutive numbers.  Then students will identify patterns found.  

BBC Adventure Sequences

Crack the Code

Brenda's Bedroom Pattern Blocks

Number Cracker

Rounding

Rounding Numbers to the Nearest Ten

Rounding Numbers to the Nearest Hundred

Money

Counting CoinsCounting Coins – In this game students will count various US coins and match the pictures of the coins with the correct amounts.

 

 

Addition & Subtraction

Soccer Addition GameAdding Two-Digit Numbers  – In this fun soccer game, students will add two-digit numbers to get a chance to kick the ball and score points.

 

Soccer Addition GameSubtracting Two-Digit Numbers – In this interactive soccer game, 2nd grade students will practice adding 2-digit numbers.

 

 

Adding 2 digit numbers – By using expanded form.



Division

Short Division Basketball Game – Third grade students will have fun dividing small numbers when playing this math basketball game.

 

 

Place Value

Place Value GamePlace Value Game

In this fun place value game, students must pass the ball to the receiver in order to be given the chance to answer a problem and earn points.

Place Value

In our number system, the value of a digit depends on its place, or position, in the number. Each place has a value of 10 times the place to its right.

 

There are 3 ways to name numbers:

Standard Form:  233

Word Form:  Two hundred thirty three

Expanded Form:  200 + 30 + 3

Games for Practice:

Place Value Hockey

Link to several Place Value Games

 

Time

Time Matching Game

This game is suitable for 3rd grade students and English language learners of all ages. The object of each problem is to match the analog clocks with the correct phrase.

Telling Time Basketball Game

In this interactive basketball game, 3rd grade students will practice telling time from analog clocks to the nearest minutes.

 

Who has? I have!

This is a printable time game that can be used as a classroom activity with elementary students.