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$martPath is an engaging, interactive and easy-to-use way for elementary and middle school teachers to embed relevant and fun economic and financial education in their classrooms, to boost students' financial...
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"Rubye and the Magical Bridge," written by Jennah Byrd, is the 1st place 3rd grade winner of our 2022 PBS KIDS Writers Contest.
"Once Upon a Dream...," written by Aarav Dharmaraj, is the 2nd place 3rd Grade winner of our 2022 PBS KIDS Writers Contest.
"The Motorcycle Dilemma," written by Drew Brown, is the 3rd place 3rd Grade winner of our 2022 PBS KIDS Writers Contest.
"Adaptations," written by Kaitlyn Gaulding, is the 3rd grade STEAM winner of our 2022 PBS KIDS Writers Contest.
"Song of the Cricket," written by Greyson Lee, is the 1st place 3rd grade winner of our 2023 PBS KIDS Writers Contest.
"Animal Kid," by Shreeya Saodekar, is the 2nd place 3rd grade winner of our 2023 PBS KIDS Writers Contest.
"All Alone," by Adri Suiza, is the 3rd place 3rd grade winner of our 2023 PBS KIDS Writers Contest.
In this video, parents will learn about the mathematics concepts and skills that their student will learn in 3rd Grade. Parents will learn about the important role that the mathematical practices play as students deepen their understanding of place value, develop an understanding of multiplication and division, develop efficient number strategies to solve problems, investigate area and perimeter, explore fractions an fraction equivalence, investigate properties of geometric shapes, measure objects using standard units and further investigate data.