Third Grade Math Games


Third grade math games for teaching math the fun way! 

If you're a parent or teacher, you'll find a growing list of math games for 3rd graders on this page that will introduce your third grader to a fun way of building math skills.

Rolling with the Facts: Fun game for practicing multiplication up to 12x12.  Print off the cards we provide and grab a pair of dice and you're ready to roll!

Multiplication Games for Kids: Here's a fun group math game for 2 - 4 players. Have fun while practicing multiplication of 2 and 3-digit numbers by 1-digit numbers.

Math Division Games: Two player game for third grade students to help brush up on Division with factors up to 12.

Feed the Factor Tree: Learning all about factors as well as prime factors is great for third grade math.  Your students will get a kick out of this factor tree game.

Factor Concentration:  And while we're on factors, here's another activity that will help drive the point home.

Math Card GamesMultiplication Uno....Flip Up...and Buzz.  Multiplication Uno is played with a deck of Uno cards and of course is great for practicing multiplication.  Flip Up is played with ordinary deck of cards and can be used to practice addition, subtraction, or, multiplication.

Four Sum Fractions:  Players will be Adding Fractions with Like Denominators in this one.  Be the first player to get four markers in a row and win.  Just print off the game board and let the games begin.

Fraction Flip It:  This is a fun game for practicing multiplying fractions.  All you need is a deck of playing cards and we've got the rest.

Fraction Fiasco:  Check out this fraction board game that will make third grade fractions fun for kids.  This math game helps 3rd graders with adding and subtracting fractions with like denominators as well as reducing fractions.


Online Math Games

Krypto: Krypto is a great math game for 3rd graders. The object of the game is to combine five number cards using the four arithmetic operations (+, –, ×, ÷) to arrive at a "target" number.

Deep Sea Duel: Play against Okta the Octopus in this online math game. Take turns choosing cards and the first one to choose cards that add up to the specified target number wins the games.

You may also want to check out some fourth grade math games or even some of the second grade math games on the site.  Have fun and be sure to let us know if there is anything you would like to see on the site or more of. 


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