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Comparing, ordering, addition, subtraction, simple fractions, time, money, shapes, measurements, etc.
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Place value, geometrical shapes, measurement systems, multiplication, division, fractions, probability, etc.
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Multiplication, division, probability, data in charts & graphs, applied geometry, decimals, mixed numbers, etc.
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Large numbers, fraction manipulations, statistics, data and graphs, multiplying decimals, converting measurements, etc.
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Number theory, multiplying & dividing fractions, ratio and proportions, rates and percentages, permutation & combinations, etc.
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Introduction to algebra, integers, coordinate plane, functions, ratio and proportions, polygons, data & statistics, etc.
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Third Grade skills set.

Here is a list of all of the skills students learn in Grade 3. The skills are organized into categories, and
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Number Concepts
 Example: Which of the following shows the number2,521 in words? 1)    Two five twenty one2)    Two thousand, five hundred two one3)    Two thousand, five hundred twenty one4)    Twenty thousand, five hundred twenty one Answer: Two thousand, five hundred twenty one Example: Choose “Three thousand, sevenhundred forty three” in figures. 1)    3,000,700,4032)    3,000,7433)    30,7434)    3,743 Answer: 3,743 Example: Select the greatest number. 1)    3,5462)    3,6543)    3,6454)    3,564 Answer: 3,654 Example: Choose true or false: 7,867 > 7,876 1)    True2)    False Answer: False Example: Which of the following shows the numbersarranged from greatest to least? 1)    203, 231, 223, 302, 3232)    203, 302, 231, 223, 3233)    323, 302, 231, 223, 2034)    323, 302, 223, 231, 203 Answer: 323, 302, 231, 223, 203 Example: Find the next number in the sequence below:25, 40, 55, 70, ____ 1)    752)    803)    854)    90 Answer: 85 Example: Round off 5,859 to the nearest hundred. 1)    5,8002)    5,8603)    5,9004)    5,960 Answer: 5,900 Example: Sara paid the following amounts for herphone bill in the last four months: \$120 in March,\$102 in April, \$112 in May and \$200 in June. Whichof the following option shows the months arrangedin order from the greatest amount of money paid tothe least amount of money paid by Sara for her phonebill? 1)    June, May, April, March2)    June, April, March, May3)    June, March, May, April4)    June, May, March, April Answer: June, March, May, April

Place value
 Example: In the number 5,742, the digit ____is in the hundreds place. 1)    22)    43)    54)    7 Answer: 7 Example: Which of the following is theplace value of digit 6 in the number 1,623? 1)    62)    1003)    6004)    6,000 Answer: 600 Example: What is the difference between thelargest four digit number and the smallest fourdigit number? Answer: 9,999 - 1,000 = 8,999 Example: Which of the following is theexpanded form of the number 452? 1)    4 + 5 + 22)    400 + 523)    450 + 24)    400 + 50 + 2 Answer: 400 + 50 + 2 Example: What is the value of 6,000 + 100 + 30 + 2? 1)    6,0322)    6,1303)    6,1324)    6,312 Answer: 6,132 Example: What is the smallest 3 digit number thatcan be made with the digits 3, 7, 4, when each digitcan be used only once? 1)    3472)    3743)    4374)    473 Answer: 347

Subtraction
 Example: Solve:                1)    4232)    4323)    4334)    457 Answer: 433 Example: Subtract 173 from 681. 1)    4182)    5043)    5084)    509 Answer: 508 Example: Round off the numbers tothe nearest ten and subtract:956 − 482 1)    4602)    4703)    4804)    530 Answer: 480 Example: Which number makes the followingsubtraction sentence true?742 - ______ = 315 1)    4172)    4273)    4334)    437 Answer: 427 Example: Solve: 785 − 114 − 45           1)    5962)    6163)    6244)    626 Answer: 626 Example: Anna and Olivia sold popcorn buckets toraise funds for a charity. They sold a total of 236popcorn buckets together. If Anna sold 108 popcorn buckets, how many popcorn buckets did Olivia sell? 1)    1082)    1183)    1284)    132 Answer: 128

Time

Money

Multiplication

Division

Mixed applications
 Example: Choose the correct addition fact family for 4, 8, and 12. 1)    8 + 4 = 12; 8 − 4 = 4; 8 + 4 = 12; 12 − 4 = 82)    4 + 8 = 12; 8 + 4 = 12; 12 − 8 = 4; 12 − 4 = 83)    12 − 8 = 4; 4 + 4 = 8; 8 + 4 = 12; 12 − 4 = 84)    12 − 8 = 4; 4 + 4 = 8; 8 + 4 = 12; 12 − 4 = 8 Answer: 4 + 8 = 12; 8 + 4 = 12; 12 − 8 = 4; 12 − 4 = 8 Example: Choose the correct multiplicationfact that can be used to find 15 ÷ 3. 1)    2 x 5 = 102)    3 x 5 = 153)    3 x 15 = 454)    15 x 4 = 60 Answer: 3 x 5 = 15 Example: Which sign makes followingnumber sentence true?85 ___ 8 = 100 − 7 1)    +2)    -3)    x4)    ÷ Answer: + Example: Solve: 23 + (30 − 12)           1)    412)    453)    514)    65 Answer: 41 Example: Justin collected 39 baseball cards.Samuel collected 12 more baseball cards thanJustin did. If Samuel gave 9 baseball cards tohis friend, how many baseball cards does Samuelhave now? 1)    32)    413)    424)    45 Answer: 42 Example: Choose “True” or “False”:          100 ÷ 5 = 5 x 4 1)    True2)    False Answer: True Example: 108 students from a school were equallydivided in 9 teams for a baseball tournament. If only4 teams were selected for the baseball tournament,how many students were selected for the baseballtournament? 1)    402)    483)    584)    60 Answer: 48 Example: Sara is 15 years old and Anna is 7 yearsolder than Sara. Megan is 5 years younger thanAnna. How old is Megan? 1)    152)    163)    174)    18 Answer: 17

Data and Graph

Probability