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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Expand on your child√Ęs time-telling skills by helping him learn how an analog clock and a digital clock correspond.
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Graph are a great way to organize information. Your child will get to practice graphing by creating a bar graph and a pictorial graph of her friend's names.
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Tackle both boredom and mathematics with this inventive arts and craft project!
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This hands-on activity will introduce your third grader to the concepts of positive and negative space as she makes a shamrock!
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Time is an abstract concept that's difficult to grasp. But waiting for the turkey to come out of the oven on Thanksgiving is a concretely yummy experience.
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Hone observational skills and introduce the basics of data interpretation with this data gathering activity all about the different colors people wear.
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These festive red and blue drink umbrellas are the perfect DIY party idea. While you're making them you can even sneak in a little compass practice.
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This heart print makes the perfect simple and sweet gift for Valentine's Day!
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Spice up your Easter routine this year by making these stunningly sparkly eggs with your third grader. This is a great activity to do to celebrate the holiday.
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This Star of David craft is eco-friendly and will help your child practice basic geometry. Make a festive Star of David craft for Hanukkah.
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Take the pain out of parts by disguising your third grader's fraction lessons as baking with these pumpkin breakfast muffins complete with ghostly marshmallows!
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This year, have your child can help you with your Passover food list. It's great handwriting practice, and she'll learn a lot in the process.
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Practice math and measurement with your third grader this Fourth of July by making these festive cupcakes!
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Indulge in an American classic with a twist and seize the opportunity to cook with your child, helping her build those math and social studies skills.

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