Here is a list of all of the skills students learn in third grade! These skills are organized into categories, and you can move your mouse over any skill name to view a sample question. To start practicing, just click on any link. IXL will track your score, and the questions will automatically increase in difficulty as you improve!

This site gives you a few questions free, but does require a monthly fee, (which I don't particularly like), but it's a good site to see which math skills you can review in the summer.

## Numbers and comparing

- A.1Write numbers in words
- A.2Ordinal numbers to 100th
- A.3Roman numerals I, V, X, L, C, D, M
- A.4Even and odd I
- A.5Even and odd II
- A.6Skip-counting puzzles
- A.7Number sequences
- A.8Put numbers in order
- A.9Which number is greatest/least?
- A.10Comparing numbers
- A.11Comparing - with addition and subtraction
- A.12Multi-step inequalities

## Place values

## Addition

- C.1Add two numbers up to three digits
- C.2Addition input/output tables - up to three digits
- C.3Add two numbers up to three digits - word problems
- C.4Complete the addition sentence - up to three digits
- C.5Balance addition equations - up to three digits
- C.6Add three or more numbers up to three digits each
- C.7Add three or more numbers up to three digits - word problems
- C.8Addition patterns over increasing place values
- C.9Add two numbers with four or more digits
- C.10Addition input/output tables - four or more digits
- C.11Add two numbers with four or more digits - word problems
- C.12Complete the addition sentence - four or more digits
- C.13Balance equations - four or more digits
- C.14Add three or more numbers with four or more digits
- C.15Add three or more numbers with four or more digits - word problems
- C.16Addition: fill in the missing digits

## Subtraction

- D.1Subtract numbers up to three digits
- D.2Subtraction input/output tables - up to three digits
- D.3Subtract numbers up to three digits - word problems
- D.4Complete the subtraction sentence - up to three digits
- D.5Balance subtraction equations - up to three digits
- D.6Subtraction patterns over increasing place values
- D.7Subtract numbers with four or more digits
- D.8Subtraction input/output tables - four or more digits
- D.9Subtraction: fill in the missing digits

## Multiplication

- E.1Multiplication sentences
- E.2Multiplication - facts to 12
- E.3Multiplication word problems - facts to 12
- E.4Missing factors - facts to 12
- E.5Missing factors - facts to 12 - word problems
- E.6Squares up to 20
- E.7Multiplication patterns over increasing place values
- E.8Multiply by a multiple of ten
- E.9Multiply numbers ending in zeroes
- E.10Multiply a one-digit number by a larger number
- E.11Multiply a one-digit number by a larger number - word problems
- E.12Multiply three or more numbers
- E.13Multiply three or more numbers - word problems
- E.14Multiplication input/output tables
- E.15Multiplication input/output tables: find the rule

## Multiplication - skill builders

- F.1Multiply by 0
- F.2Multiply by 1
- F.3Multiply by 2
- F.4Multiply by 3
- F.5Multiply by 4
- F.6Multiply by 5
- F.7Multiply by 6
- F.8Multiply by 7
- F.9Multiply by 8
- F.10Multiply by 9
- F.11Multiply by 10
- F.12Multiply by 11
- F.13Multiply by 12

## Division

- G.1Division facts to 5
- G.2Division facts to 10
- G.3Division word problems - facts to 10
- G.4Complete the division sentence - facts to 10
- G.5Division facts to 12
- G.6Division patterns over increasing place values
- G.7Divide numbers ending in zeroes
- G.8Divide three-digit numbers
- G.9Divide three-digit numbers - word problems
- G.10Divide larger numbers
- G.11Divide larger numbers - word problems
- G.12Divisibility rules for 2, 5, and 10
- G.13Complete the division table
- G.14Division input/output tables
- G.15Division input/output tables: find the rule

## Division - skill builders

- H.1Divide by 1
- H.2Divide by 2
- H.3Divide by 3
- H.4Divide by 4
- H.5Divide by 5
- H.6Divide by 6
- H.7Divide by 7
- H.8Divide by 8
- H.9Divide by 9
- H.10Divide by 10
- H.11Divide by 11
- H.12Divide by 12

## Mixed operations

- I.1Addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division facts
- I.2Complete the addition, subtraction, multiplication, or division sentence
- I.3Add, subtract, multiply, and divide
- I.4Addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division word problems
- I.5Interpret data in tables
- I.6Multi-step word problems
- I.7Missing operators

## Properties

- J.1Addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division terms
- J.2Understanding parentheses
- J.3Properties of addition
- J.4Solve using properties of addition
- J.5Properties of multiplication
- J.6Solve using properties of multiplication
- J.7Relate addition and multiplication
- J.8Relate multiplication and division

## Equations and variables

## Estimation and rounding

## Logical reasoning

## Money

- N.1Count coins and bills - up to $5 bill
- N.2Which picture shows more?
- N.3Purchases - do you have enough money - up to $10
- N.4Making change
- N.5Inequalities with money
- N.6Put money amounts in order
- N.7Add and subtract money amounts
- N.8Add money amounts - word problems
- N.9Price lists
- N.10Multiply money amounts
- N.11Divide money amounts

## Time

## Graphs

## Measurement

- Q.1Read a thermometer
- Q.2Reasonable temperature
- Q.3Which customary unit is appropriate?
- Q.4Compare and convert customary units of length
- Q.5Compare and convert customary units of weight
- Q.6Compare and convert customary units of volume
- Q.7Conversion tables - customary units
- Q.8Compare customary units by multiplying
- Q.9Which metric unit is appropriate?
- Q.10Compare and convert metric units of length
- Q.11Compare and convert metric units of weight
- Q.12Compare and convert metric units of volume
- Q.13Conversion tables - metric units

## Geometry

- R.1Identify planar and solid shapes
- R.2Which 2-dimensional shape is being described?
- R.3Count and compare sides, edges, faces, and vertices
- R.4Symmetry
- R.5Similar and congruent
- R.6Reflection, rotation, and translation
- R.7Perimeter
- R.8Perimeter: find the missing side length
- R.9Area of figures made of unit squares
- R.10Area of rectangles
- R.11Area of squares and rectangles: word problems
- R.12Area of complex figures (with all right angles)
- R.13Compare area and perimeter of two figures
- R.14Use area and perimeter to determine cost
- R.15Relationship between area and perimeter
- R.16Volume
- R.17Angles: greater than, less than, or equal to a right angle
- R.18Lines, line segments, and rays
- R.19Is it a polygon?
- R.20Triangles: equilateral, isosceles, and scalene
- R.21Triangles: acute, right, and obtuse
- R.22Classify quadrilaterals

## Fractions

- S.1Unit fraction review
- S.2Fraction review
- S.3Fraction review - word problems
- S.4Fractions on number lines
- S.5Compare fractions
- S.6Equivalent fractions: type the missing numerator or denominator
- S.7Equivalent fractions: choose the equivalent fraction
- S.8Reducing fractions to lowest terms
- S.9Put fractions in order
- S.10Fractions of a number
- S.11Fractions of a number - word problems
- S.12Mixed numbers: what mixed number is shown?
- S.13Mixed numbers: write the mixed number in words
- S.14Add and subtract fractions with like denominators

## Decimals

- T.1What decimal number is illustrated?
- T.2Convert between decimals and fractions
- T.3Understanding decimals expressed in words
- T.4Number sequences involving decimals
- T.5Inequalities with decimals
- T.6Put decimal numbers in order
- T.7Add and subtract decimals
- T.8Add and subtract decimals - word problems
- T.9Add three or more decimal numbers

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