### All Common Core: 3rd Grade Math Resources

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Third grade-level math is not what it used to be. Under Common Core standards, third graders are expected to have some understanding of multiplication, and division, as well as strategies to perform those operations within 100; they begin learning about fractions, rectangular arrays, and also about how to analyze two dimensional shapes.

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There are thousands of free flashcards online that cover a range of subjects – including categorizing shapes based on the number of sides or angles, determining the perimeter of a shape with given measurements, how multiplication and area are related, and numbers and operations in base 10. You can expect to see questions on patterns in arithmetic, and solving multiplication and division problems as well as more basic concepts.

This Common Core for Third Grade Math study review product also includes flashcards with multiplication problems for your child to solve, as well as multiple explanations of how to get to the appropriate answer. One answer is numerical, while another shows the solution in pictures. The different ways of explaining the answers are meant to give third graders explanations that address the different ways that each child learns. Essentially, the multiple explanations are meant to help students who learn best with pictures, as well as those who learn better with words and numbers

When you sit down with your third grader to review these math concepts, you’ll find that each of the thousands of available flashcards presents a question and multiple options that could be answers. When your child chooses an answer, they get feedback in an instant. You will both know whether your child got the right answer or the wrong one, and you’ll also see the explanations of how to get to the correct answer.