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## Get started today with a 3rd grade math tutor

If you're searching for a 3rd grade math tutor to help your child master essential math skills, turn to Sylvan. We use the SylvanSync™ teaching system so your child will learn in an interactive and engaging way. Using iPads®, our lessons capture students’ attention and maximize results — and our mySylvan™ online tool keeps you informed and involved by providing updated progress reports and activities your child can do at home.

• Addition & Subtraction – Add two-, three- and four-digit numbers with regrouping; subtract a three- or four-digit number from a four-digit number with regrouping
• Area & Volume – Find a perimeter of a figure using units; estimate and verify the area of a figure using square units by counting; develop concept of volume using unit cubes
• Decimals – Model and write a decimal for a shaded region representing tenths and/or wholes plus tenths; model and write a decimal for a shaded region representing hundredths; relate fractions to decimals
• Fractions – Model and write numerical fractions; compare two fractions with unlike denominators represented by shaded regions; model and write a mixed number
• Geometry – Identify points, lines, line segments, rays and angles; identify faces, edges and corners on solid figures; recognize transformations of plane figures including slides, flips and turns
• Graphing – Construct and solve problems using information from a bar graph; construct and solve problems using information for a picture graph
• Measurement – Estimate and measure length to the nearest millimeter, centimeter, meter, inch, foot or yard; weight to the nearest gram, kilogram, ounce or pound; capacity to the nearest liter, cup, pint, quart or gallon; select the appropriate metric and customary unit to measure an object or distance
• Multiplication & Division – Develop automaticity with multiplication and division facts; identify associative, commutative and zero properties of multiplication; divide a three-digit number by a one-digit number with no remainder
• Numbers – Identify the place value of each digit through the hundred-thousands; round two- and three-digit numbers to the nearest ten or hundred; complete number patterns including multiples
• Problem Solving – Select the appropriate operation and strategy to solve word problems; solve problems using basic graphs, charts and tables; begin to solve basic, one-step equations
• Time & Money – Combine and identify the value of a collection of coins and bills up to \$20.00; compute conversions using units of time including seconds, minutes, hours, days, weeks, months and years