By The Understood Team
In third grade, kids work on word problems that involve multiplying and dividing. Watch this video from Understood founding partner GreatSchools to see how they learn to solve word problems.
Video: What Second Graders Learn About Adding and Subtracting Numbers Less Than 100
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Video: What First Graders Learn About Adding and Subtracting Numbers Smaller Than 10
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