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Third Grade Tutoring

Your child has mastered 1st Grade and 2nd Grade fundamentals and is now ready to thrive through 3rd Grade!

Learning is done right!

It's all about reading in 3rd Grade; this is when students stop learning to read and start reading to learn in all subjects.

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The primary transition for your 3rd graders is they are no longer learning how to read but instead reading to learn a higher level of content materials. Therefore, the length of books becomes chapter books, needing to apply more complex reading strategies to understand the text. They should be able to:
  • Apply reading strategies such as asking questions, making inferences, and summarizing.
  • Describe characters in a story.
  • Understand the different genres of fiction.
  • Determine the main idea and details in non-fiction texts.
  • Use and understand text features in non-fiction texts.
  • Use context clues to learn new vocabulary.
  • Compare and contrast information from contexts.

Language and Reading

By 3rd Grade, children should have become fluent readers and are expected to reach a new milestone and begin higher-level chapter books, including more profound comprehension skills as a reader.


Three types of writing in Third Grade. Third graders should know three kinds of writing styles they’ve been learning since kindergarten: opinion, informative, and narrative writing. Once your child reaches Third grade, their skills need to be more polished and have gained the ability to apply prior writing and grammar skills.


Third-grade math takes students to the next level of math knowledge. They are expected to know addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division, and fact families. They need to use them in equations and two-step word problems.

English as Second Language (ESL)

A student who has learned English as a Second language needs specific support in their educational career.

Homework Help

Take the frustration out of homework with our homework tutors. They will help your child lower frustration, boost comprehension, and learn how to apply new skills, not to mention a lot less stress at home!

Social-Emotional Learning (SEL)

Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) is an integral part of education and human development. SEL is the process through which life skills are learned and applied to develop healthy identities, manage emotions and achieve personal and collective goals, feel and show empathy for others.

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Learn more in a free 20-30 mins session with our educational team from pricing, learning support needs, perfect match, program, tutor In-Person, or tutor Online, and FREE assessment* for Third Grade Tutoring.

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