Math 3, 3rd ed.

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Math 3, 3rd ed. Resources

About Math 3, 3rd ed.

Math 3 (3rd edition) uses manipulatives to build on the mathematical foundations of multiplication, division, and place value, and to develop the student’s understanding of geometry, fractions, decimals, and measurements. Students read and interpret a variety of charts and graphs. The practical use of the Problem-Solving Plan is emphasized as well as the memorization of addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division facts.


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Math 3 Reviews

The following student pages for Math 3 Reviews have been updated to match the progression of fact memorization. If your Reviews book does not match the updates, you may print these student pages.

The following Reviews Answer Key pages have been updated to coincide with updated student pages. You may print these pages.

Math 3 Tests

Math 3 Test 14 includes recognition of coins, values, and amounts. The color copy is provided here to help students recognize and identify the coins. You may print these pages.


Errata for Math 3, 3rd ed., Student Manipulativespdf document

Errata for Math 3, 3rd ed., Reviewspdf document



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