New Math Challenges Means New Games and New Levels of Fun
Multiplication, division, fractions—phew! Just when your child starts thinking they have this addition and subtraction game down, third grade comes along ripe with all new math skills to learn. However, with Education.com by their side, the good news is that this chapter also comes with a whole new set of interactive games and adventures to guide your child in their third grade math journey. Your third grader will have a blast adding multi-digit numbers with Professor Beardo in his wacky science lab, have an egg-cellent time collecting and categorizing falling eggs into bar graphs, enjoy practicing times tables under the sea, and have a silly, icky time dividing up wiggly worm sandwiches into equal portions to serve Birdee and her flock of friends. Your child will want to practice again and again, and there’s no limit on games when you upgrade to our premium membership. It never hurts to get more practice with the basics, so slide down to second or even first grade math games for more foundational fun, or see what kinds of math challenges are up ahead by taking a peak at the fourth grade math games.