In third grade learn more complex math. Students not only have to multiply and divide, but also compare fractions and calculate the area of shapes. This is an exciting period of development that can be difficult, and we are here to help!

At LoonyLearn, we want students to get excited about math through gaming. Students engage in learning through our fun math games made for young learners. Your child will be captivated by the games on the screen. As your child plays their confidence grows and so do their math skills.

Each of the games below can be played with any of our LoonyLearn math concepts. Just select the concept you want to learn then choose the game you want to play.

Number and Operations in Base Ten (3.NBT)

Addition

Add 3 Digit and 2 Digit Numbers (3.NBT.2)

Add 3 Digit and 3 Digit Numbers (3.NBT.2)

Add 4 Digit and 2 Digit Numbers (3.NBT.2)

Add 4 Digit and 3 Digit Numbers (3.NBT.2)

Add 4 Digit and 4 Digit Numbers (3.NBT.2)

Subtraction

Subtract 3 Digit and 2 Digit Numbers (3.NBT.2)

Subtract 3 Digit and 3 Digit Numbers (3.NBT.2)

Subtract 4 Digit and 2 Digit Numbers (3.NBT.2)

Subtract 4 Digit and 3 Digit Numbers (3.NBT.2)

Subtract 4 Digit and 4 Digit Numbers (3.NBT.2)

Place Values

Tens (3.NBT.1)

Hundreds (3.NBT.1)

Thousands (3.NBT.1)

Ten Thousands (3.NBT.1)

Rounding

Rounding to the Nearest 10 (3.NBT.1)

Rounding to the Nearest 100 (3.NBT.1)

Rounding to the Nearest 1000 (3.NBT.1)

Operations and Algebraic Thinking (3.OA)

Multiplication Facts

Multiplying with Models (3.OA.1)

Multiply using Groups (3.OA.1)

Multiplying by 0 and 1 (3.OA.1)

Multiplying by 2 (3.OA.1)

Multiplying by 3 (3.OA.1)

Multiplying by 4 (3.OA.1)

Multiplying by 5 (3.OA.1)

Multiplying by 10 (3.OA.1)

Multiplying by 6 (3.OA.1)

Multiplying by 7 (3.OA.1)

Multiplying by 8 (3.OA.1)

Multiplying by 9 (3.OA.1)

Multiplying 1-Digit by Tens (3.NBT.3)

The Commutative Property (3.OA.5)

The Associative Property (3.OA.5)

The Distributive Property (3.OA.5)

Multiplying within 100 (3.OA.1)

Division Facts

Division is Reverse Multiplication (3.OA.9)

Dividing by 1 (3.OA.2)

Dividing by 2 (3.OA.2)

Dividing by 3 (3.OA.2)

Dividing by 4 (3.OA.2)

Dividing by 5 (3.OA.2)

Dividing by 10 (3.OA.2)

Dividing by 6 (3.OA.2)

Dividing by 7 (3.OA.2)

Dividing by 8 (3.OA.2)

Dividing by 9 (3.OA.2)

Dividing with Multiplies of 10 (3.OA.7)

Divide within 100 (3.OA.2)

Word Problems

Multiplication Word Problems (3.OA.7)

Division Word Problems (3.OA.3)

Estimating

Estimating Sums (3.NBT.1,2)

Estimating Differences (3.NBT.1,2)

Number and Operations - Fractions (3.NF)

Fractions

Understanding Fractions with Images (3.NF.1)

Identifying Fractions on a Number Line Diagram (3.NF.2)

Understanding Equal Fractions with Images (3.NF.3)

Understanding Equal Fractions without Images (3.NF.3)

Comparing Fractions with like Denominators using Models (3.NF.3)

Comparing Fractions with like Denominators without Models (3.NF.3)

Comparing Fractions with like Numerators using Models (3.NF.3)

Comparing Fractions with like Numerators without Models (3.NF.3)

Measurement and Data (3.MD)

Time

Telling Time to Minutes (3.MD.1)

Word Problems with Time (3.MD.1)

Volume and Mass

Measuring Mass using Customary Units (3.MD.2)

Measuring Volume using Customary Units (3.MD.2)

Measuring Mass using Metric Units (3.MD.2)

Measuring Volume using Metric Units (3.MD.2)

Word Problems with Mass and Volume (3.MD.2)

Represent and Interpret Data

Reading and Representing Data on a Bar Graph (3.MD.3)

Reading and Representing Data on a Line Plot (3.MD.3)

Reading and Representing Data on Scaled Picture Graphs (3.MD.3)

Length, Perimeter, and Area

Measuring Length in Customary Units (3.MD.2)

Measuring Length in Metric Units (3.MD.2)

Perimeter of Regular and Nonregular Figures (3.MD.8)

Perimeter Find the Missing Side Length (3.MD.8)

Calculate Area using Tiling - Unit Squares (3.MD.5,6,7)

Calculate Area by Multiplying Sides (3.MD.7)

Adding the Area of Multiple Shapes (3.MD.7)

Geometry (3.G)

Identifying Triangles (3.G.1)

Identifying Quadrilaterals (3.G.1)

Partition Shapes into Equal Areas (3.G.2)