Use the hundreds chart, tens frames, tens sticks, skip counting, base ten, graphs, and more to practice adding and subtracting two- and three-digit numbers. Children will develop a deeper understanding of addition and subtraction, as well as the relations
Recognizing patterns helps your young one see the world as adults do and get the most out of their visual stimuli. These resources help your student see patterns visually and apply them to mathematical problems and real world situations, such as counting money. A strong understanding of patterns allows your child to feel more at ease with math and visual clues. Tie in skip-counting and patterns to other concepts, such as multiplication, with our third grade multiplication facts resources.