Triangles Games for 3rd Graders
CONTENT TYPE
TOPIC

Counting

Number

Numbers 1 to 3

Numbers 1 to 5

Numbers 1 to 10

Compare Decimal Numbers

Order Decimal Numbers

Round off Decimal Numbers

Number Sense

Number Sequence

Number Recognition

Number Recognition up to 3

Number Recognition up to 5

Number Recognition up to 10

Number Recognition up to 20

Writing Numbers

Comparing Numbers

Ordering Numbers

Compare Numbers within 100

Order Numbers

Compare Numbers

Even and Odd Numbers

Round Numbers

Measurement

Data Handling

Comparing Measurements

Compare Lengths

Compare Heights

Compare Weights

Compare Lengths of Objects

Length

Estimate Lengths

Weight

Capacity

Conversion of Measurement Units

Addition

Introduction to Addition

Addition Strategies

Count All to Add

Addition Strategies within 10

Addition Strategies within 20

Equal Expressions

Add with 10

Count On Strategy

Make 10 Strategy

Doubles and Near Doubles Strategy to Add

Add Three Whole Numbers

Addition Strategies within 100

Doubles Facts

Number Bonds

Compose and Decompose Numbers

Addition Facts

Addition Properties

Addition Word Problems

Addition Word Problems within 10

Addition Word Problems within 20

Addition Word Problems within 100

Add to Compare Word Problems

Add within 20

Add within 100

Add within 1000

Add up to Three Numbers

Addition without Regrouping

Add within 100 without Regrouping

Add within 1000 without Regrouping

Add using multiples of 100

Add 100 to 3digit numbers

Add 10 to 3digit numbers

Add 3digit number to 1digit

Add 3digit number to 2digit

Add two 3digit numbers

Add within 10000 without Regrouping

Addition with Regrouping

MultiDigit Addition

Subtraction

Introduction to Subtraction

Subtraction Facts

Subtraction Strategies

Subtraction Strategies within 10

Subtraction Strategies within 20

Count Back Strategy within 20

Doubles and Near Doubles Strategy to Subtract

Relate Addition and Subtraction within 20

Subtract from 10 Strategy

Subtract Multiples of 10

Subtraction Word Problems

Subtraction Word Problems within 10

Subtraction Word Problems within 100

Subtract to Compare Word Problems

Subtract within 20

Subtract within 100

Subtract within 1000

Subtraction without Regrouping

Subtract within 100 without Regrouping

Subtract within 1000 without Regrouping

Subtract within 10000 without Regrouping

Subtraction with Regrouping

Subtract within 100 with Regrouping

Subtract within 1000 with Regrouping

Subtract within 10000 with Regrouping

Subtract across Zeros

MultiDigit Subtraction

Geometry

Shapes

Positional Words

Lines

Angles

Parallel and Perpendicular Lines

Coordinate Planes

Volume

Place Value

Teen Numbers

Understand 10 as a Unit

Read and Write Numbers

Numbers up to 10

Numbers up to 20

Numbers up to 50

Numbers up to 100

3Digit Numbers

4Digit Numbers

5Digit Numbers

Read and Write Decimals

Word Problems

Counting Numbers

Time

Analog Clock

Time in Hours

Time in Half Hours

Time in Quarter Hours

Time to the Nearest 5 Minutes

A.M and P.M

Time to the Nearest Minute

Elapsed Time

Counting Money

Multiplication

Introduction to Multiplication

Multiplication Properties

Advance Multiplication

Multiplication on Number Line

MultiDigit Multiplication

Times Tables

Division

Introduction to Division

Multiplication and Division

Division Facts

Division Facts of 2

Division Facts of 3

Division Facts of 4

Division Facts of 5

Division Facts of 6

Division Facts of 7

Division Facts of 8

Division Facts of 9

Division Facts of 10

Divide on a Number Line

Division Word Problems

Advance Division

MultiDigit Division

Fraction

Introduction to Fractions

Unit Fractions

NonUnit Fractions

Fractions on Number Line

Compare Fractions

Compare Unit Fractions

Compare Fractions with Same Denominators

Compare Fractions with Same Numerators

Compare Fractions on Number Line

Compare using Banchmark Fractions

Compare Unlike Fractions

Mixed Numbers and Improper Fractions

Fractions Operations

Fraction Addition

Fraction Subtraction

Mixed Numbers Addition

Mixed Numbers Subtraction

Fraction Multiplication

Add and Subtract Fractions

Multiply Fractions

Divide Fractions

Fraction Estimation

Equivalent Fractions

Area and Perimeter

Area

Ruler

Decimal

Fractions and Decimals

Tenths

Hundredths

Decimal Place Value

Decimal Representation on Number Line

Compare Decimals

Order Decimals

Understand Decimals

Compare and Order Decimals

Round Decimals

Decimal Operations

Algebra

Multiplying Fractions
Your kids are just starting to categorize the different shapes in the world. The first step is to observe and identify a triangle. Educational online games are one of the best ways to introduce the concept of triangles to curious young minds. Let us understand how these games help your kid interestingly learn triangle shapes.
Introduction
Understanding the triangle is important to lay the foundation for geometry in the years to come. It is one of the most stable, resilient, and critical shapes that your kids would find around them in various forms.
Airplane structures, traffic signs, tall towers, rocks, and mountains, all these triangles come in many sizes and various aspects of your everyday life. But teaching the concept of triangles can be difficult because of their variants and names that can confuse your kid. Let's find out how some online educational shape games can enhance your kid's learning process.
Educational Shape Games: A Fun Way to Learn the Concept of Shapes
The Triangles Games are a creative way to introduce the concept of triangles to young, inquisitive minds. These games are:
 Activitybased online games, gradebased games that help the kids stay engaged and practice for a longer duration without losing concentration.
 Easy to play and engaging for kids so that they can understand the concepts better and with ease.
How to Teach the Concepts Better?
The animated and interactive online games on SplashLearn are specially designed to make their learning journey an adventurous one. Furthermore, these games do more than just teach your kid about triangles. Here are a few methods to teach triangles that can change the way kids approach mathematics.
1. Make them Wear Their Thinking Caps: You can see so many different triangles around you, and your kid must be taught to differentiate between them and understand what type of triangle it really is.
2. Practice Makes Perfect: Learning is just not about theoretical knowledge. Through the online educational games, they would be able to practice the concepts that will help them think and understand the concepts clearly. The “Let’s sing” and “Let’s do it” section on the game platform help the kids connect to it and learn the shapes with ease.
3. Learning through Observation: You can see your kid becoming more focused and observant of the instructions and information shared in the game. They learn to follow the rules with attention to detail. The learning process is no longer a monotonous experience.
How Can You Assist in the Learning Process?
As a parent, you must be able to help them understand the concept so that they understand them better and put them in reallife scenarios and retain the learning throughout their lives.
Here are some fun ways to reiterate the concept:
 You can take triangles from everyday things and help them guess the type. For instance, they should know that the nacho they eat is triangular in shape and so is the sail they see on a boat. Furthermore, a slice of pizza can also be termed triangular, making it easier for them to understand the shape better.
 Sit with them and draw the different types of triangles and help them appreciate the difference between them.
 Make a pretend song about the properties of different triangles and sing with them.
 Let them practice the concept through wellconceptualized games like those on SplashLearn.
An Afterthought
The learning process should never be forced. The kids would retain it better only when they enjoy what they learn. SplashLearn's online learning platform offers your kid a wholesome and engaging way to learn the foundation concept of triangles in an easy and funfilled way.
We would love to hear from you. Do try out our games and give us your views on making it better for your kid. Write to us at help@splashlearn.com with your feedback and comments.
Together, let us make learning fun!