Everyday Math offers your child lots of experiences in a wide variety of math concepts. Some of those concepts in the Third Grade Everyday Math curriculum include: Numeration: Counting patterns; place value; reading and writing whole numbers through 1,000,000; fractions, decimals, and integers. Operations and Computation: Multiplication and division facts extended to multi-digit problems; working with properties; operations with fractions and money. Data and Chance: Collecting, organizing, and displaying data using tables, charts, and graphs; exploring concepts of chance. Geometry: Exploring 2- and 3- dimensional shapes and other geometric concepts. Measurement and Reference Frames: Recording equal units of length; recognizing appropriate units of measure for various items; finding the areas of rectangles; using multiplication arrays, corrdinate grids, thermometers, and map scales to estimate distances. Patterns, Functions, and Algebra: Finding patterns on the number grid; solving Frames-and-Arrows puzzles having two rules; completing variations of "What's My Rule?" activities; exploring the relationship between multiplication and division; using parentheses in writing number models; naming missing parts of number models.