Third-graders will use simulations and fun activities to learn and
practice new concepts. Social studies and scientifical connections
are stressed. Children will skip count by whole numbers; compare
and order numbers; identify place value; identify ordinal position
to twentieth; identify and complete patterns; solve routine and
nonroutine problems; master all basic addition, subtraction,
multiplication, and division facts; add and subtract multidigit
numbers; multiply a multidigit number by a single-digit number;
divide by single-digit divisors; add positive and negative numbers;
picture, name, and order fractions; add and subtract fractions with
common denominators; measure to the nearest quarter inch,
millimeter, foot, and yard; identify volume of standard containers;
compare and measure mass; measure perimeter and area; tell time to
the minute; determine elapsed time; make change for a dollar;
identify angles; identify lines of symmetry; identify function
rules; graph ordered pairs on a coordinate graph; tally; and
create, read, and write observations from real graphs, pictographs,
bar graphs, Venn diagrams, and line graphs.(140 Lessons)

This kit comes
with a teachers manual (843 pages), a meeting book, student
workbooks, and fact cards.

A very
important part of this system is the manipulatives kit. The
manipulatives kit is sold separately and although all items in the
kit are not used every year(grades K-3), only 1 kit is necessary
for the 4 years. Each teacher manual contains a lesson-by-lesson
list of all necessary materials.

Click here for a placement test directly from Saxon
Math.