Third Grade Math Activities & Games

Got a kid who insists that math is boring? Well we beg to differ! After all, math can be so much more than drills and rote memorization. There are tons of ways to teach your kid fundamental math concepts, and have fun while you're at it! We have all kinds of math-focused ideas to keep your young learner engaged. From crafts that will help kids get familiar with different shapes that they'll encounter later on in geometry to card games perfect for reinforcing multiplication skills, there are plenty of options. We even have baseball math! No matter what skill you're looking to work on, our third grade math activities will make learning math a blast!

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Practice math facts with your third grader was never so simple! This activity makes addition, subtraction, multiplication, and even division a lot more fun!
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Ride the Pilgrims' Mayflower with this math-inspired game for Thanksgiving. Learn about the Pilgrims' Mayflower while building problem-solving and math skills.
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Sharing can be a challenge, and division doubly so! Practice halving numbers in this competitive card game.
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Try this fun math card game with your third grader to practice division, addition, and problem solving!
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Probability can be a tough concept to master. Try playing this fun card game in order to help your third grader understand it a little better.
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What's your problem? I'll show you my math if you show me yours! Critical thinking and computation skills are the focus of this strategic math card game.
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In this matching activity, your kid will match the clock faces representing analog time with the numeric readings representing digital time.
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Your child will be cheering for 8s and 9s as she tries to create a larger number than her competitors. Whoever ends up with the largest number wins!
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Instead of drilling facts, grab sidewalk chalk and head outside for a rousing game of this Math Run game. Play the Math Run game with your child.
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This snowflake garland will bring some winter wonder to your house. Make a sparkling snowflake garland with your child this winter.
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Calling all power-shoppers! This game is a fun way for kids to learn life skills, and flex their math muscles at the same time.
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Play this fun basketball game to help your third grader master his multiplication tables.
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Help your child apply his math skills the next time you cook a family meal similar to one you'd buy at a restaurant.
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Liven up a lesson about graphing by helping your third grader compile a bar graph from his classmates' birthday data.
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You and your child will have a blast baking this wonderful spin on a childhood classic, PB n' J cookies. Easy to make, and even easier to enjoy!
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Does your child know how to read a map? Teach this important skill with an activity that makes map reading and map creating practical and fun!
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Make math fun and easy with this activity that challenges your child to use his addition and multiplication skills to win a race!
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Money is a difficult concept to grasp. Help your kid get the hang of it with this pocket change triple Venn diagram activity.
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Learn about the microclimate of your backyard by tracking rainfall, temperature, and observed weather with hand drawn charts and graphs.
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Play a math logic and critical thinking game using a deck of cards. Use addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division in this fun activity.

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