Master 3rd Grade Math
What you'll learn
- Students will be able to add and subtract fluently.
- Students will master multiplication and division facts.
- Students will be able to use place value to round and estimate.
- Students will be able to read and interpret graphs, number lines, clocks, and patterns
- Be able to read and write in English
- Students should have completed 2nd grade math
*** Last updated December, 2021
Welcome to "Master 3rd grade Math". My name is Scott Grierson and I will be leading you through this math course. I have been teaching math and creating curriculum for over a decade.
Who should take this math course?
This course is intended for parents who want to help their children in 3rd grade math. The confidence and self-esteem students will gain during this course will shine through in the math classroom. Some adults choose to take this course with their kids, however the course was designed so that students could complete the work independently.
What is in this math course?
This course has over 5 hours of video instruction, covering the most important math topics for 3rd grade. There are 16 units, each with a math quiz to check for understanding. Each unit is broken into several lectures, with video instructions, that contain practice problems. The units are grouped into 4 chapters. At the end of each chapter you will find a video practice test. These tests will help students prepare for the final exam at the end of the course. If you get stuck at any point, I am here to help. Simply click on the question and answer tab.
Why take this math course?
If your child is struggling in 3rd grade math or you want to see your child get ahead, this course is for you. Students who take this course not only learn the fundamentals of math, but they also gain self-esteem and confidence in the math classroom.
Math class can be a frustrating place for many children, but it doesn't have to be that way. When a student understands the fundamentals of math, the classroom transforms from a place of stress and anger into a place full of exciting adventures. The confidence students earn from this course can be used each year as they conquer new math topics.
Who this course is for:
- Rising 3rd grade students
- Students struggling with 3rd or 4th grade math
Scott began tutoring Brooklyn students in 2011. He worked for a non-profit organization tutoring students in low income families. That organization lost their funding after one short year. He was fortunate enough to have a few great families who hired him on to be a private tutor for their children. His meager three families quickly turned into over 30 families in the Bay Ridge area of Brooklyn. Currently he works with Brooklyn families in the Bay Ridge and Park Slope areas, tutoring in math, english, and science. He also writes educational workbooks for grade school students. Most importantly, he is a proud husband and father.