Third Grade Math Vocabulary
VocabularySpellingCity provides these third grade math word lists for teachers and parents to accompany the 3rd grade math curriculum using educational, interactive vocabulary games. Simply select a 3rd grade math category and a list of third grade math terms, then choose from 35+ readytouse games and learning activities. All material is specifically designed for use in a third grade math class. Read MoreRead Less
Learning third grade math words in the right context is a challenge even for third graders. For example, the term “degree” can have many meanings, with several that are particular to 3rd grade math vocabulary itself. Keeping track of the many varying usages of terms for math study can be daunting. Still, thanks to targeted online games and corresponding printable worksheets, learning these alternate 3rd grade math definitions can be as simple as 123!
The math vocabulary lists are based on the Common Core Third Grade Math Standards. Third graders can use the automated reader to listen to the third grade math terms that they need to learn. They can also gain concrete experience through the many interactive and exciting math vocab grade 3 games available to them. Every child responds better to elementary math vocabulary when it is presented in context rich, meaningful ways. Third grade students who use the themed math vocabulary lists gain math confidence and benefit from math vocabulary drills and practice that keep them interested and coming back for more!
You can import the word lists into your account and use with any of our 35+ activities. Grade levelappropriate activities are recommended below.
The following games are recommended for 3rd Grade Reading Vocabulary Lists.
Play Final Sound Speller with a 3rd grade Math list.
Play Aim2Spell with a 3rd grade Math list.
Play Word Videos with a 3rd grade Math list.
Common Core State Standards Overview for Third Grade Math
Algebraic Thinking 

Number & Operations in Base 10 

Number & Operations – Fractions 

Measurement & Data 

Geometry 

Source: www.corestandards.org 