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It’s important to note that this is a general order and can be adjusted based on the needs of the students and the curriculum.

The order of teaching math topics in third grade may vary depending on the curriculum and teaching method used, but in general, a good starting point for teaching math in third grade would be:

- Basic multiplication and division facts and strategies
- Place value and number sense up to 10,000
- Basic operations (addition, subtraction, multiplication, division) with numbers up to 1000
- Fractions (including adding and subtracting fractions)
- Measurement and time (including customary and metric units)
- Geometry and shapes (including perimeter, area, and volume)
- Basic algebraic concepts (including patterns and functions)
- Data analysis and probability
- Basic geometry concepts (angles, points, lines, and planes)
- Rounding and estimation
- Telling time to the nearest 5 minutes
- Money and financial literacy
- Multi-digit whole number and decimal operations
- Problem-solving and reasoning
- Graphing and data interpretation
- Basic concepts of Ratio and Proportion
- Basic concepts of Measurement in geometry(circumference, area of complex shapes)
- Basic concepts of volume and capacity
- Basic concepts of mass and weight
- Basic concepts of temperature