Third Grade Activities

Help your third grader enjoy activities learning critical skills by following step-by-step instructions and using easy-to-find materials. Play math card games and explore themes third graders can get excited about. These activities are great for parents and educators to teach multiplication, collaborative writing, and third grade science topics. Try third grade arts and crafts next.

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Help your third grader craft a homemade version of this classic strategy game, using just an old egg carton and a few beads!
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Here's a math activity that uses coin riddles to help your third-grader improve his coin-counting and logical thinking skills.
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Tea time is a chance for a lesson in etiquette while she plays. Quality time to read a book and talk about good manners.
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Multiplication facts are a necessary skill, and this board game provides a fun way for your third grader to practice them!
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Play tic-tac-toe and help your kid memorize multiplication facts!
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Follow these easy instructions to make a working sundial with your kid! Find out what other cool things the Aztecs created in this activity.
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Make a creative Father's Day art card to celebrate your family's hard-working guy!
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This activity is a great starting point for practicing mental math because it is quick, easy and involves only simple addition facts.
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Create your very own "stained glass" flower, the perfect gift for mom this Mother's Day!
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Encourage your third-grader to create a reverse glass painting. This will help him learn art concepts and improve his critical thinking skills.
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Make ancient Egypt come alive by showing kids how to make their own mini sarcophagus out of a shoe box.
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Here's an interesting activity that will enable your child to make his own magnifier out of a drop of water
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This interdisciplinary card game will have your third grader working on math facts as he travels through the solar system!
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Let your child step into the main character's shoes as he keeps track of the setting, events, and names of characters in the story by keeping a journal.
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Young scientists develop a hypothesis, conduct an experiment, and then revise their hypothesis to find out which common household liquids dissolve candy corn.
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Kids will have a hoot constructing this cute owl craft from a recycled toilet paper roll.
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This fun geometry game requires players to use measurement, find perimeter, and draw polygons. It's great for a fourth grade math student!
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Engage your third-grader in this version of the classic game and she will get lots of practice using mental math to solve addition and subtraction problems.
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This is a great game to help your child learn number concepts in multiplication and division.
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Invite your child to create a lovely windmill using the ancient art of origami.

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