The school year is over in some areas of the country and some are counting down the last few days of school. This year had been the most challenging year for all of us. Be it any part of the world, be it a teacher or parent and of course if you are a student! …
In third grade, kids learn basic but most essential math skills. The actual foundation is laid in this grade, so paying extra attention to cultivate healthy math habits is every crucial because as they move on to upper grades these fundamental things will help them to succeed further in math and eventually boosting their confidence.
Having a good academic vocabulary and knowing words, enhances a child’s ability to learn, read and communicate. Words list that is mentioned in this post is those words that are used throughout the year in math, language, and science. Knowing them and understanding these words will make the child comfortable while learning these subjects.
With third-grade, things start to pick up the pace. Kids are expected to gain and show a vast variety of knowledge and skills in all the subject areas. When you take a look at the curriculum at once, it might seem a lot. But if you break them into parts, you will be amazed to …
When we start with Three-Digit Addition, it’s preferred to start from simple addition, and then when the simple addition concept is clear with kids, they can move to regroup addition.When kids are new to the concept of addition and subtraction, it is always advisable to use graph paper books or paper to practice math. With 1/2″ graph paper, it is easier for kids to use the concept “place-value” while adding or subtracting.
Instead of engaging our energy in tug of war, with kids about screen time, I found educational games could be lesser evil. one thing to make clear, I am all for playing outside and physical activities, but with current changing scenario, we have to make little bit of peace, if not entirely, with electronic devices. Somehow my kid is hooked to watch gaming videos, which irritates me to great extent. I am still wondering how that’s so interesting!!!! But with educational games, its “win-win” situation for both kids and parents.