Math Mammoth Grade 3-B

by Maria Miller Author

****Chapter Introductions are excluded from below divisions because they do not contain student assignments**** Math Mammoth Grade 3 Complete Curriculum is a complete math program for 3rd grade that is aligned to the Common Core Standards. It consists of two student worktexts (A and B), a separate answer key for each, tests, cumulative reviews, and in the download version, an additional worksheet maker (Internet access required) to make extra practice worksheets when needed. Third grade is a time for learning and mastering two (mostly new) operations: multiplication and division within 100. The student also deepens his understanding of addition and subtraction, and uses those in many different contexts, such as with money, time, and geometry. The main areas of study in Math Mammoth Grade 3 are: Students develop an understanding of multiplication and division of whole numbers through problems involving equal-sized groups, arrays, and area models. They learn the relationship between multiplication and division, and solve many word problems involving multiplication and division (chapters 2, 3, and 9). They learn the multiplication tables, and learn how to use their knowledge of multiplication tables to solve basic division facts. Students develop an understanding of fractions, beginning with unit fractions. They use fractions along with visual fraction models and on a number line. They also compare fractions by using visual fraction models and strategies based on noticing equal numerators or denominators (chapter 10). Students learn the concepts of area and perimeter. They relate area to multiplication and to addition, recognize perimeter as a linear measure (in contrast with area), and solve problems involving area and perimeter (chapter 7). Students fluently add and subtract within 1,000, both mentally and in columns (with regrouping). They learn to add and subtract 4-digit numbers, and use addition and subtraction in problem solving (chapters 1 and 6). Additional topics we study are time (chapter 4), money (chapter 5), measuring (chapter 8), and bar graphs and pictographs (in various chapters)

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Suggested Grades
3rd - 4th


  • 6.1 Thousands
  • 6.2 Four-Digit Numbers and Place Value
  • 6.3 Which Number is Greater?
  • 6.4 Mental Adding and Subtracting
  • 6.5 Add 4-Digit Numbers with Regrouping
  • 6.6 Subtract 4-Digit Numbers with Regrouping
  • 6.7 Rounding to the Nearest Hundred
  • 6.8 Estimating
  • 6.9 Word Problems
  • 6.10 Mixed Review
  • 6.11 Chapter 6 Review
  • 7.1 Shapes
  • 7.2 Some Special Quadrilaterals
  • 7.3 Perimeter
  • 7.4 Problems with Perimeter
  • 7.5 Getting Started with Area
  • 7.6 More about Area
  • 7.7 Multiplying by Whole Tens
  • 7.8 Area Units and Problems
  • 7.9 Area and Perimeter Problems
  • 7.10 More Area and Perimeter Problems
  • 7.11 Solids
  • 7.12 Mixed Review
  • 7.13 Chapter 7 Review
  • 8.1 Measuring to the Nearest Fourth-Inch
  • 8.2 Centimeters and Millimeters
  • 8.3 Line Plots and More Measuring
  • 8.4 Feet, Yards, and Miles
  • 8.5 Meters and Kilometers
  • 8.6 Pounds and Ounces
  • 8.7 Grams and Kilograms
  • 8.8 Cups, Pints, Quarts, and Gallons
  • 8.9 Milliliters and Liters
  • 8.10 Mixed Review
  • 8.11 Chapter 8 Review
  • 9.1 Division as Making Groups
  • 9.2 Division and Multiplication
  • 9.3 Division and Multiplication Facts
  • 9.4 Dividing Evenly into Groups
  • 9.5 Division Word Problems
  • 9.6 Zero in Division
  • 9.7 When Division is not Exact
  • 9.8 More Practice with the Remainder
  • 9.9 Mixed Review
  • 9.10 Chapter 9 Review
  • 10.1 Understanding Fractions
  • 10.2 Fractions on a Number Line
  • 10.3 Mixed Numbers
  • 10.4 Equivalent Fractions
  • 10.5 Comparing Fractions 1
  • 10.6 Comparing Fractions 2
  • 10.7 Mixed Review
  • 10.8 Chapter 10 Review

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