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What are some learning games for third graders?

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Learning games for third graders include Addition Treasure Hunt, Math Solitaire for Two and Identify that State. Online learning games include "Defeat the Math Monster" and "Word Toss: Synonyms and Antonyms," as of 2015.

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Addition Treasure Hunt is a fun and educational game that teaches kids the fundamentals of money math. In the game, kids hunt for treasure by answering math problems using coins. Materials needed for the game include loose change and some pieces of scrap paper.

In Math Solitaire for Two, two students play a version of solitaire that requires them to compete against one other, while using arithmetic skills and keeping score. A deck of cards, paper and pencil are the only items necessary to play the game.

Identify that State is a geography game that teaches kids how to identify states on a map. The game is also helpful for identifying rivers, mountains, borders and cities. The materials necessary include a laminated map of the United States, Popsicle sticks, a sock and dry erase markers.

"Defeat the Math Monster" is an online game in which a student uses her math skills to defeat a giant monster and collect an ancient Mayan treasure. The game can be played in English or Spanish. "Word Toss: Synonyms and Antonyms" is an ABCya.com game in which the player matches words to win carnival prizes.

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