home elementary second fourth fun math art comparisons book The Math Art supplemental curriculum can assist with the instruction of the following math skills/concepts that 3rd graders are required to learn:
• Identifying, representing, and comparing numbers up to 1000.
• Memorization and understanding of place value.
• Skip counting by numbers 2-10.
• Understanding the basics of fractions—especially the concepts “numerator” and “denominator.”
• Memorizing and visually representing multiplication facts.
• Adding and subtracting coins and making change.
• Calculating linear measurements.
• Measuring area and perimeter of complex shapes.
• Measuring the volume of various boxes.
• Describing, identifying, creating, and sorting various 2d shapes.
• Comparing, sorting, and describing 3d shapes using the terms "face," "vertice," and "edge."
• Performing and identifying flips, slides, and turns.
• Identifying symmetrical shapes and lines of symmetry.
• Reading and plotting locations on a grid.
• Constructing and interpreting bar graphs, line graphs, and circle graphs.
The supplemental curriculum can also introduce 3rd graders to the following skills/concepts, which they will eventually need to master in later grades.
• Identifying and understanding square numbers.
• Measuring and comparing angle measurements up to 360 degrees.
• Identifying similar and congruent shapes.
• Calculating “real life distances” using a map scale.
• Creating circles using given radii.
You can also view the primary learning objectives of each lesson, or download the NCTM Standards Alignment Chart to see how the lessons align with the mathematics standards outlined by the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics.

Money

Inch Measurement

Multiplication

Symmetry

Area

Perpendicular and
Parallel Lines

Shapes

Data and Graphs

Volume

Reflections, Translations,
& Rotations

Fractions

Multiples

Centimeter Measurement

The Number Chart

Square Numbers

Perimeter

Place Value

Angles

Similar Triangles