Online Math Tutoring for 3rd Grade
Personalized Math Tutoring Online for Grade 3
At grade 3, math goes beyond counting and learning with concrete objects like counting on fingers, toys, shapes etc. This is when ‘Mental Math’ (solving basic math problems in the mind itself) steps in. Mental Math not only sharpens your child’s brain but also gives her a wider perspective of things around her. Each child is different and learns differently.
At eTutorWorld, our highly experienced 3rd grade math tutors develop customized lesson plans that focus on the individual student. Each online math tutoring session is structured according to your child’s abilities, areas for improvement and also her interests. What’s more, the first online tutorial is ALWAYS free!
Certified Online Math Tutors for 3rd Graders:
With our 3rd grade math tutoring, your child will learn about:
•Read print numbers to 1000
•Locate, compare, order, represent, estimate, identify numbers to 1000
•Mentally add and subtract numbers to 20
•Place Value up to 1000
•Count by 1’s, 2’s, 5’s, 10’s and 25’s beyond 1000
•Addition & Subtraction of four digit numbers (with carrying/regrouping)
•Multiplication and division facts up to 7
•Count by skipping numbers when requested
•Add and subtract coins up to $10.00
•Identify money amounts from words to numbers
•Word problems with addition and subtraction, multiplication and division
•Linear measurement terms (inches, feet, yards, centimetres, meters etc.)
•Measure with a variety tools to make relatively accurate estimations
•Time – hours, minutes and seconds, on both analog and digital clocks
•Measure temperatures accurately
•Make appropriate change in money concepts
•Measure perimeter for various shapes and containers
•Describe and construct 2 D shapes and 3 D objects from straws, toothpicks etc.
•Compare, sort and describe all 2 and 3 D shapes and solids by faces, vertices and edges
•Perform and identify transformations, flips, slides, turns, and rotations using 1/4 turns 1/2 turns etc.
•Determine lines of symmetry, flips, slides, turns and transformations of shapes
•Describe locations on a grid – up four and over two, use Battleship ideas to plot coordinates
•Identify, describe, reorganize and extend patterns with more than one attribute and identify relationships
•Identify patterns in weather, traffic etc.
•Identify and describe patterns in the world around us and provide rules for the patterns
•Graphs, Venn diagrams and charts to record data with one or more attributes
•Collect and organize data in graph, chart or Venn formats, interpret a variety of data from charts and graphs
•Conduct a variety of probability experiments, record the outcomes and make predictions using dice, cards, marbles spinners etc.
•Determine probability of weather, races and base it on data
As a new student you can try our services by registering for a Demo Lesson. No credit cards is required, nor are you under any obligation to make a purchase…Just schedule the FREE TRIAL lesson to meet a tutor & get help on any topic you want!!