**** Math Madness ****.Copyright 2005 by Randy Glasbergen. www.glasbergen.com
"You have to solve this problem by yourself. You can't call tech support."
Students in third grade will continue to study math using the University of Chicago's Everyday Math program. This program allows the students to learn mathematical concepts by participating in hands-on and real-life activities. The students are taught not only "how" to use each strategy and concept, but also "why" each concept is used. This will assist them when attempting more difficult math in later academic years.Please use the links below to access useful information and fun websites where students can practice all of the math skills that they learn.
It's NEVER too early to start studying the basic facts!
Multiplication Quiz Schedule
Fun Math Links
Some great websites!This is a great way to practice your addition and subtraction facts (or challenge yourself with multiplication and division)Make your own worksheets and practice at home
Here is the National Library of Virtual Manipulatives with tons of games to make you think mathematically
Interactive activities focusing on different math conceptsGreat activities for all conceptsPlay the 24 game online. This is a great website for all students!Information on all subject areasActivities for ALL grade levels - specific to our studies in math