Third grade Math - Division free (save £2.09), and Third grade Math - Addition free (and save £2.09 for this too), on Google Play
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Third grade Math - Division free (save £2.09), and Third grade Math - Addition free (and save £2.09 for this too), on Google Play

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Found 6th Jan
Third grade Math - Division free (save £2.09), and Third grade Math - Addition free (and save £2.09 for this too), on Google Play.

Third grade Math - Division, link here:
play.google.com/sto…026

Third grade Math - Addition, link here:
play.google.com/sto…023

Get BOTH while you still can. :-)
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Original Poster
Third grade Math - Division free (save £2.09), and Third grade Math - Addition free (and save £2.09 for this too), on Google Play.

Third grade Math - Division, link here:
play.google.com/sto…026

Third grade Math - Addition, link here:
play.google.com/sto…023

Get BOTH while you still can. :-)
Do children at this level really need an app to teach themselves addition and division???
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jasee6 m ago

Do children at this level really need an app to teach themselves addition …Do children at this level really need an app to teach themselves addition and division???

Good question, lol.

But in all realness, when I was at school, we learnt our Maths the old fashioned way (pen and paper, and all that?).

These day's it's allllllll about the phone, the tablet, AND the app ...

So all I can say to your question is, "You do the Math?", lol (pun intended). :-D
"Maths"
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zx636r36 m ago

"Maths"



Pot 'a' toe, pot 'at' o ... lol.

(Even though I've used both spelling's for this above myself), the correct terminolgy/spelling of this in the UK, is actually Math - we just externally/verbally pronounce it as Maths, which is actually gramatically incorrect (well, at least, that's the way my English Teacher's at School used to always try to teach us, etc?, lol).

The same way we have the spelling 'honest', where in the UK, the 'h' is RARELY used/pronounced (except by some West Indians perhaps?).

The same way as we were also always taught, I after E, except after C (but yet we have received and perceived, BOTH proceeding a 'C', but yet it's still having a I after the E, despite both proceeding a C?).

And ...

The list goes on basically. :-)

I'm not trying to start no English Classes or whatever here, but simply only trying to make a certain valid point alone (as in, 'sounds like', 'pronounced like', and 'actual likes', arent always the same things?).
amour3k31 m ago

Pot 'a' toe, pot 'at' o ... lol.(Even though I've used both spelling's …Pot 'a' toe, pot 'at' o ... lol.(Even though I've used both spelling's for this above myself), the correct terminolgy/spelling of this in the UK, is actually Math - we just externally/verbally pronounce it as Maths, which is actually gramatically incorrect (well, at least, that's the way my English Teacher's at School used to always try to teach us, etc?, lol).The same way we have the spelling 'honest', where in the UK, the 'h' is RARELY used/pronounced (except by some West Indians perhaps?).The same way as we were also always taught, I after E, except after C (but yet we have received and perceived, BOTH proceeding a 'C', but yet it's still having a I after the E, despite both proceeding a C?).And ...The list goes on basically. :-)I'm not trying to start no English Classes or whatever here, but simply only trying to make a certain valid point alone (as in, 'sounds like', 'pronounced like', and 'actual likes', arent always the same things?).


Please forgive me if I'm wrong (it's 6am, and I've been trying to comfort a teething baby since 4am, so my brain isn't exactly running at peak efficiency), but isn't the rule "i before e, except after c"?
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NeoDoug16 m ago

Please forgive me if I'm wrong (it's 6am, and I've been trying to comfort …Please forgive me if I'm wrong (it's 6am, and I've been trying to comfort a teething baby since 4am, so my brain isn't exactly running at peak efficiency), but isn't the rule "i before e, except after c"?


Hahahahahahahaha, my bad!, (you're right),we now have some common ground. :-)

Yes, it is the wee hours of the morning, and my brain's are not quite at 100% either like, lol.

Looks like we both have some peace to make with oneself, huh?. ;-)
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NeoDoug110 m ago

Please forgive me if I'm wrong (it's 6am, and I've been trying to comfort …Please forgive me if I'm wrong (it's 6am, and I've been trying to comfort a teething baby since 4am, so my brain isn't exactly running at peak efficiency), but isn't the rule "i before e, except after c"?


Hopefully your baby will sleep soon, and give you two the must needed rest/sleep you both deserve. :-)

Ps.
Bonjella, and some Baby Gripe Water should do both Mother and baby just right ...
Assume this is a us version , so its likely not to be the same methods as used in uk schools. Yes I realise the end result is the same, but you would be amazed how many ways mathS is taught now. Had to look up what third grade covered , age 7-9 apparently, I would check to make sure it's the same as your child is learning at school though before using
Edited by: "tinkerbellian" 6th Jan
amour3k3 h, 5 m ago

Good question, lol.But in all realness, when I was at school, we learnt …Good question, lol.But in all realness, when I was at school, we learnt our Maths the old fashioned way (pen and paper, and all that?).These day's it's allllllll about the phone, the tablet, AND the app ...So all I can say to your question is, "You do the Math?", lol (pun intended). :-D



Then parents are going to have to download an app for multiplication and subtraction etc. seems like a slippery slope to me....
Voted hot BTW as it is free
Edited by: "jasee" 6th Jan
amour3k2 h, 44 m ago

Pot 'a' toe, pot 'at' o ... lol.(Even though I've used both spelling's …Pot 'a' toe, pot 'at' o ... lol.(Even though I've used both spelling's for this above myself), the correct terminolgy/spelling of this in the UK, is actually Math - we just externally/verbally pronounce it as Maths, which is actually gramatically incorrect (well, at least, that's the way my English Teacher's at School used to always try to teach us, etc?, lol).The same way we have the spelling 'honest', where in the UK, the 'h' is RARELY used/pronounced (except by some West Indians perhaps?).The same way as we were also always taught, I after E, except after C (but yet we have received and perceived, BOTH proceeding a 'C', but yet it's still having a I after the E, despite both proceeding a C?).And ...The list goes on basically. :-)I'm not trying to start no English Classes or whatever here, but simply only trying to make a certain valid point alone (as in, 'sounds like', 'pronounced like', and 'actual likes', arent always the same things?).


Good thing as well, given the double negative at the end...
amour3k3 h, 26 m ago

Pot 'a' toe, pot 'at' o ... lol.(Even though I've used both spelling's …Pot 'a' toe, pot 'at' o ... lol.(Even though I've used both spelling's for this above myself), the correct terminolgy/spelling of this in the UK, is actually Math - we just externally/verbally pronounce it as Maths, which is actually gramatically incorrect (well, at least, that's the way my English Teacher's at School used to always try to teach us, etc?, lol).The same way we have the spelling 'honest', where in the UK, the 'h' is RARELY used/pronounced (except by some West Indians perhaps?).The same way as we were also always taught, I after E, except after C (but yet we have received and perceived, BOTH proceeding a 'C', but yet it's still having a I after the E, despite both proceeding a C?).And ...The list goes on basically. :-)I'm not trying to start no English Classes or whatever here, but simply only trying to make a certain valid point alone (as in, 'sounds like', 'pronounced like', and 'actual likes', arent always the same things?).


You lost me at spelling's.
"Can I help you?"
"Can I get a math app"
Smack.
"Next please"
Downloaded for my 6yr old, he enjoyed it and requested the multiplication too. Heat from me
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jasee6th Jan

Then parents are going to have to download an app for multiplication and …Then parents are going to have to download an app for multiplication and subtraction etc. seems like a slippery slope to me....Voted hot BTW as it is free



japes6th Jan

Downloaded for my 6yr old, he enjoyed it and requested the multiplication …Downloaded for my 6yr old, he enjoyed it and requested the multiplication too. Heat from me


Thanx, you're both welcome. :-)
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