### Books For Third Graders

Here is a list of recommended reading for third graders from the New York Public Library. It gives a quick description with each listing.

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a lot of them @ Vocabulary.com

Printable multiplication/Division triangle flashcards @ HelpingWithMath.com

HelpingWithMath.com

Match Up Concentration

Fridge Magnets game

Richmond.edu/OpenWideLookInside

Best Books For Learning Addition

The Hershey’s Kisses Addition Book by Jerry Pallotta

The Hershey’s Kisses Subtraction Book by Jerry Pallotta

The Mission of Addition by Brian P. Cleary

The Action of Subtraction by Brian P. Cleary

The M&M’s Addition Book by Barbara Barbieri McGrath

CoolMath4Kids.com

Lesson 1: How Addition Works

Lesson 2: Yardstick Arithmetic

Saxon Math

I really like the way Saxon math teaches the facts. They teach "strategies" instead of using fingers/manipulatives (although manipulatives are used in intros. and as needed). There are doubles, which the children simply memorize easily. There are "plus one" facts (like counting to the next number), "plus zero" facts, which, again, are easy to see after using manipulatives for a little bit). There are "doubles plus one" facts, "adding two" facts, etc. You teach a STRATEGY for remembering and then the kids practice DAILY in a variety of ways--paper practice, raps, string "wrap-ups", etc., etc. It's the best way I've seen so far, as opposed to the old methods we used to teach!

Help your memory with a variety of games @ Luminosity.com.

Taken from Dr-Mikes-math-games-for-kids.com

This site lists helpful hints for memorizing the times tables 1 through 12.

Taken from LovetoLearnplace.com

Taken from Oswego.org

This is simple and the student can easily take a one minute facts test (1-9) for addition, subtract, multiplication and division.

@ TSLbooks.com-- Preschool through 5th grade.

Children need to feel confident skip counting in order to learn their basic math facts.

HomeschoolMath.net

Counting by 2, 5 and 10s @ HelpingWithMath.com

Here is a lesson and online practice to learn skip counting from the website

HandwritingForKids.com

Addition

Visual addition-- hearts or dominoes

List of addition facts

Addition Facts 0-12 flashcards

Subtraction

Subtraction math facts

Visual math game

Subtraction 0-12 Flashcards

Multiply

Printable Multiplication facts sheet (0-12)

Multiplication 0-12 flashcards

Division

Division facts list (0-12)

Division Flashcards (0-12)

Free Math Games @ HelpingWithMath.com

Drag and Drop the Answer (Multiplication to 25)

Drag and Drop the Answer (Multiplication to 45)

Drop and Drag the Answer (Multiplication to 81)

Build the Answer @ HelpingWithMath.com

6s Multiplication facts

7s Multiplication facts

8s Multiplication facts

9s Multiplication facts

Grid @ K-3TeacherResources.com

HomeEducationResources.comhttp://www.homeeducationresources.com/FREEmath.htm

PlayKidsGames.com

Fun4TheBrain.com

Multiplication

Free Math Games @ HelpingWithMath.com

BBC Multiplication game

Drag and Drop the Answer (Multiplication to 25)

Drag and Drop the Answer (Multiplication to 45)

Drop and Drag the Answer (Multiplication to 81)

Fun flash

Quick Flash

Jungle Jim Goes Fishing

Jungle Jim And the Monkeys of Monamona

Jungle Jim and the Donga Dinga drums

Snowball Fight

Classroom Capers

Multiplication Monster

Carl's Cookie Capers helps you understand the reasoning behind multiplication

ABCTeach.com-- multiplication grid empty

Createdbyteachers.com-- add/subtract grid

*Taken from Gateway.com*1 Peter 3

This is a good Bible passage to turn into a prayer for family:

1Likewise, ye wives, be in subjection to your own husbands; that, if any obey not the word, they also may without the word be won by the conversation of the wives;

2While they behold your chaste conversation coupled with fear.

3Whose adorning let it not be that outward adorning of plaiting the hair, and of wearing of gold, or of putting on of apparel;

Math.com explains the steps in learning decimals.

This was taken from PersianBlog.jr

This site helps learn the many aspects of English. Here are exercises that will help learn correct pronunciation at Okanagan.bc.ca

The following is a poem that talks about confusing English words.

I take it you already know

Of tough and bough and cough and dough?

Others may stumble but not you

On hiccough, thorough, slough and through.

Well done! And now you wish perhaps,

To learn of less familiar traps?

Here are a variety of games to help learn addition @ Dositey.com

Concentration

Adding 3 numbers

You can generate tailor-made math problem worksheets @ IGotTest.com.

Printout nice creative varied worksheets @ SuperTeacherWorksheets.com

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