5 themes, 54 chapters, 1,628 activities
covering 3rd Grade official curriculum in Math
3rd Grade is a critical year for students in math, as they develop number sense as well as a solid understanding of steps and procedures for solving problems. Students not only build math fluency, but also begin to understand multiplication and division in a deeper way. Fractions are explored in visuals and exercises, with students learning how to compare and perform simple addition and subtraction with common denominators. The iTooch 3rd Grade Math app provides students with fun, engaging, real-life problems in the following 5 themes: Numbers and Operations, Fractions, Measuring and Estimating, Graphs and Stats, Geometry.
A total of 54 chapters, with brief easy to understand chapter summaries, 1628 questions and 389 photos/visuals incorporate and assess understanding of the Common Core math standards. Interesting, student -friendly photos and diagrams engage students in problem solving. Students have the opportunity to ask for clues as they conquer the challenge of questions at varied levels. Students even have the option to use a calculator on many questions, when appropriate. The iTooch 3rd Grade Math app is a wonderful tool to support students both at home and at school.
Loaded with thousands of questions, apps cover official educational curricula & comply with Common Core State Standards.
This app creates great game dynamics and incentives, so that the user always wants to progress further in the application.
Apps embed a blackboard and a calculator for students to write and calculate directly on the screen without having to leave the app.
A lesson summary is attached to each chapter, to underline the core concepts students should know to answer questions.
Move instantly from one screen to the next. Stop waiting for information to load from a server: bandwidth is no longer an issue.
Apps automatically sync in the background in order to load new activities whenever an Internet connection is available.
Are you a school representative who would like to buy iTooch 3rd Grade Math for your entire organization? Good news! iTooch 3rd Grade Math is eligible for the Apple Volume Purchase Program (VPP) for Educational Institutions. We will offer you special pricing for purchases of 20 apps or more. To take advantage of this offer, you can buy our iTooch 3rd Grade app, instead of buying the content as an in-app purchase of our iTooch Elementary School app. For more information about the Volume Purchase Program, you can consult Apple’s website. Have questions in mind? Feel free to contact us.
iTooch 3rd Grade Math author, Joan Young, is a 4th grade teacher in the California San Francisco Bay Area. She has taught for 8 years, and has worked individually as a tutor with a wide age range of students, from kindergarten through high school. Joan is also the proud mom of 2 amazing kids, both college graduates pursuing higher degrees.
Joan graduated from UC Irvine with a B.A. in Psychology and with a M.A. in Clinical Psychology, from Pepperdine University. After working for several years in therapy and social work, Joan decided that she could have a greater impact as a classroom teacher. She obtained a California teaching credential after attending National University.
As a kindergarten teacher, Joan wrote sight word songs and mini-books, later published and recorded by Scholastic. Under her former name of Joan Mancini, Joan has sold thousands of books and CD’s. She has a passion for making learning strategies fun and meaningful, as well as a strong desire to incorporate well-designed apps into her curriculum. Joan believes that learning should be fun and challenging, and that engaging educational apps are the best way to make this happen.
iTooch 3rd Grade Math editor, Eileen Heyes, has a BA in journalism from California State University, Long Beach. She wrote and edited at newspapers for 30 years while trying to decide what she wanted to be when she grew up. She is the author of three nonfiction books for teens and two mysteries for children. In learning the storytelling craft, she has studied screenwriting and improv, earned a certificate in Documentary Arts, and volunteered in the street cast of a Renaissance Faire. She takes it all back into the classroom as a writer-in-residence with the United Arts Council of Wake County, North Carolina. Originally from Los Angeles, she now lives in Raleigh with her brilliant husband and one of her two interesting, articulate sons.