Grade 3 Geometry & Measurement

(80 customer reviews)

By learning fractions within the context of measurement your child will feel comfortable learning new skills. Children can gain confidence while working with area, vertices, and congruence. By mastering minutes, weight, and capacity, your child will advance to more difficult concepts with ease.

  • Ordinal numbers
  • Read and compare numbers to 1000
  • Compose and decompose two-dimensional shapes
  • Group two-dimensional objects and shapes by like properties
  • Length (inch, foot, yard, centimeter, meter)
  • Weight (pound, gram, kilogram)
  • Capacity (pint, quart, liter)
  • Time (to five minutes)
  • Temperature (degrees Celsius, Fahrenheit)
  • Money (coins and bills, $1, $5, $10, $20)
  • Find the area of rectangles and squares using a grid

8 ½ x 11 inches. paperback. 80 pages. full color. US $7.95 / C $8.95




By learning fractions within the context of measurement your child will feel comfortable learning new skills. Children can gain confidence while working with area, vertices, and congruence. By mastering minutes, weight, and capacity, your child will advance to more difficult concepts with ease.

  • Ordinal numbers
  • Read and compare numbers to 1000
  • Compose and decompose two-dimensional shapes
  • Group two-dimensional objects and shapes by like properties
  • Length (inch, foot, yard, centimeter, meter)
  • Weight (pound, gram, kilogram)
  • Capacity (pint, quart, liter)
  • Time (to five minutes)
  • Temperature (degrees Celsius, Fahrenheit)
  • Money (coins and bills, $1, $5, $10, $20)
  • Find the area of rectangles and squares using a grid

8 ½ x 11 inches. paperback. 80 pages. full color. US $7.95 / C $8.95

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80 reviews for Grade 3 Geometry & Measurement

  1. Google Nexus 7

    not so badto childish

  2. Bailey777

    Would purchase againI purchased this as a homeschool add on during Covid shelter in place order. We are about a quarter of the way through. I like the lesson and they are easy to build on as well as a good test your knowledge.

  3. himansl

    Mathematics for 2nd and 3rd GradersVery interesting maths, geometry practice book. Helps mastering one geometry skill at a time. Recommended for 2nd and 3rd graders.

  4. Janelle Butler

    It is perfect for “filling in the gaps” for my sonI have ordered all the books in the 3rd and 4th grade series…math and reading/writing. After I ordered 2 books, I was so impressed that I wanted them all. It is perfect for “filling in the gaps” for my son. He can work at his own pace and continue learning throughout the summer. We are going to continue with these books throughout the school year. I would highly recommend these books to any parent who wants to help their child make major improvements in reading and math.

  5. FWIW

    Glad I got it!Great supplemental learning tool for an 8 to 9 year old.

  6. kdubu

    Highly RecommendHighly Recommend!

  7. Justsoyouknow

    Not Kumon MethodologyDoes not follow the methodology Kumon has become known for. If you are looking for an incremental concept-based workbook that is associated with Kumon, this is not it. This workbook is like the math worksheets that your child is already probably bringing home from school, where the worksheet jumps from one type of problem to another (i.e., a couple of counting money problems, then a couple of telling time problems, and etc.) That s fine if that is what you want, but it is not the Kumon methodology.The cover touts that it tracks the math curriculum that is popular in schools, and this workbook seems to be a concession to current American math curriculum. We already have tons of workbooks like this one, so I will be sending this back.

  8. thomas veenstra

    Everything was good.Nothing bad to say

  9. Sehee Park

    good practice for a long summerGood for summer

  10. Mel

    love thisI am REALLY happy with this book! I homeschool and my oldest is in 3rd grade. We are using this book and the multiplecation one as morning work to really get her facts down before we move along, and this book explains everything in a simple and fun way. Lesson are quick and not overwhelming. I would highly recommend this book

  11. B Nelson

    Okay, but . . .Not as good as the multiplication and division boos. This one is redundant and also doesn’t do a good job at explaining how to do the problems. I think there are better workbooks available for Geometry.

  12. HR

    Kumon rocks!!Kumon rocks!! Love these! You’ll notice I have a ton of them because I can’t get enough for my kids, we homeschool and I love that these have a gradual progression into the subject. There’s always a review and then before you know it your kid has the subject matter down. I love Kumon books and hope they keep coming out with more subjects, especially for high school!!

  13. john

    Four Starsgood

  14. Michael

    RecommendableUseful tool for summer in preparation for grade 3 it helped him a lot and made him smarter.

  15. M. Mingledorff-Lee

    Four StarsSome measurement increments were too small for children to count or see very well

  16. Jennifer Harris

    Pretty good workbookIt should be called measurements and a little geometry. But my daughter is liking it and doing very well. It’s just challenging enough.

  17. Patricia L.

    perfectPerfect for keeping your child’s skills up over the summer or when on break. The additional work helps them to sharpen their skills as well. I believe the book is right on target with what our child is learning in class at the moment.

  18. Chau Edge

    Great workbook that will enhance your child’s learningGreat workbook that will enhance your child’s learning. My 9yr old accelerated through it rather quickly. It is self paced and similar to the material your child would get exposed to in an actual Kumon program.

  19. A Grandma

    Great Shipping and PricePerfect for the overachiever for more learning or any child that wants to learn more, I would say!

  20. Dorothy Ashley

    Four StarsGood Practice problems.

  21. Amazon Customer

    Good for the extra oomph needed in math.Got it for a child I tutor. She was having difficulties with perimeter/circumference and areas. Also very helpful for weights and volumes. She’s doing very well in her math studies now.

  22. Ram

    Good quality of the paper and contentPaper quality is good and the condition of the book also good. The standard of the exercises should be increased to a bit tougher level.

  23. Ms.Brown

    Great math book!!!Love Kumon math!!

  24. Cheri Liebow

    Good for 3rd gradeAlways love Kumin products

  25. Amerie

    Five Starsvery good book. Bright pictures and colors and truly engaging.

  26. asambir

    Four StarsGreat book for my 3rd grader

  27. RS

    Its KumonKumon books are generally good and progressive. Been buying kumon since my daughter was 3 yrs old. Now both my 9 and 6 year olds are still using them without being too pressured into faster learning.

  28. Izabella

    Five StarsI am really happy with this books. Simply focus on the math problems. No pictures distructions.

  29. SUNITA

    ExcellentExcellent learning resource

  30. ummhasfah

    awesomeThis book is like having your own personal tutor….you master the skills….I would recommend any of the kumon books…I bought first and third grade for the kids to review and strenghten their skills…I do not regret…I am very happy…

  31. I. Khan

    Perfect for 2nd or 3rd graderExcellent book for my 3rd grader. I always feel he needs to do more at home than the regular work from schools… these books do an awesome job.

  32. MonaP

    my kids love to work from thislovely, my kids love to work from this book

  33. Laura

    Five Starsgood help in math

  34. Dustbunny

    Math is FUNOk. So I thought it would be fun but it wasn’t. Still it’s a good way to keep up the schoolwork over the Summer so it WILL get used. I think it’s very well done…so there.

  35. linda

    Great book for re-enforce my son’s math skills.This is a great book for re-enforce my son’s math skills. it is designed step by step, help child master the basic concept of Geomethry and Measurement.

  36. kristo

    love it. helps kid a lotlove it.helps kid a lot.

  37. Amazon Customer

    PerfectI think every parent should by this for their 3rd graders. Because it makes easy for the kids to Learn these things

  38. MafiaMom

    Excellent Study Material!!!Get this for summer and have your child work the problems!!!!

  39. Kim B

    Great work book!Great intro to geometry! Love these Kumon learning books!

  40. Solu

    Five Starsgood

  41. Omar E Ramos

    Five StarsGreat for my homeschooler kids!!!

  42. ASP-LV

    Five StarsHappy with purchase

  43. pam cardenas

    Five Starsgood

  44. Henry Ako Baringbing

    Five StarsPerfect!

  45. mel

    Five Starsgreat book

  46. someoneElse

    Poor conditionOne quarter of the pages were worked on, not necessarily correctly with very dark pencil that was difficult to erase.

  47. M. Majmundar

    Waste of Money.. don’t bother!I wanted my daughter to learn some Geometry. In the past, I have bought many Kumon books. They are nothing but drills… I did not mind that much. But, this book is waste of money from the first to the last page.

  48. Warren J. Dew

    Good but could be improvedThis book provides material, at approximately a grade 3 level, which goes beyond arithmetic skills and emphasizes conceptual understanding. The book covers large numbers, introduces the concept of fractions, covers many types of measurement including length, area, weight, volume, and time, and covers nomenclature for and mental manipulation of two dimensional polygons and three dimensional boxes.This book supplements the other Kumon mathematics books at the grade 3 level, 

    Grade 3 Addition & Subtraction (Kumon Math Workbooks)


    Grade 3 Multiplication (Kumon Math Workbooks)


    Grade 3 Division (Kumon Math Workbooks)

    , and 

    Word Problems (Kumon Math Workbooks Grade 3)

    , which cover arithmetic problem solving skills. My daughter worked through the predecessor to this book, 

    Geometry & Measurement Grade 2 (Kumon Math Workbooks)

     in the first semester of second grade, and loved it so much she progressed immediately to this book.The contents of this book are closely aligned with nationally mandated educational guidelines, which emphasize not just problem solving ability, but understanding of mathematical material. This book covers those guidelines in a systematic way; unfortunately, Kumon’s normally excellent standards with respect to effortless gentle progress are sacrificed at times. Some of these issues might be addressed by going through the book in a different order; suggestions on reordering appear in the detailed summary of the book below.The book consists of 36 double pages of problems, with some front matter for the parents on the inside cover and with an answer key in the back. The 36 double pages are as follows:1-2 (4 pages) are a review of material from 

    Geometry & Measurement Grade 2 (Kumon Math Workbooks)

    .3-6 (8 pages) cover quantitative understanding of numbers between 1000 and 100,000,000, including place value, ordering on a number line and ordering without a number line, and measurement of numbers of objects arranged in groups that are powers of 10. Page pair 3, the first pair of pages in this section, covers numbers between 1000 and 10,000 well. Unfortunately, the next pair of pages, page pair 4, jumps directly to eight digit numbers, a leap that caused my daughter to stall in her progress for a week. Page pair 5 covers number lines and quantitative comparisons with four digit to seven digit numbers; page pair 6 covers powers of ten and place value up to five digits. I believe a better progression through this section would be to do page pair 3 first, then page pair 6, then page pair 5, and only then to finish with page pair 4.7-8 (4 pages) are on simple fractions and translations from graphical representation of the fractions to numerical representations.9-13 (10 pages) are on length. The first two page pairs are on lengths in the english system – inches, feet, and miles – while the last three page pairs are on metric lengths – millimeters, centimeters, meters, and kilometers. Of these, the page pair on feet and miles is the most difficult because it requires arithmetic manipulations involving the number 5280; a better way to progress through this section might be to do page pairs 11-13 on metric lengths first, and only then to do page pairs 9-10 on english lengths.14 (2 pages) is on area, with the use of squares and grids to facilitate identification of areas of various simple shapes.15-19 (10 pages) are on weights as measured on dial scales, and translations between pounds and ounces, and between grams, kilograms, and milligrams. For weights, it is less problematic that the english weights come in the first page pair, though if I were reorganizing the book, I would place the metric sections first for consistency.20-23 (8 pages) are on volumes. The first page involves visual comparisons without measurement; after that, english measures – cups, pints, quarts, and gallons – come first, with metric measures of milliliters and liters in the last page pair.24-28 (10 pages) are on telling time to the minute, building on the previous year’s standard of five minute increments. Questions involve both reading and drawing clock faces, and are designed to help with understanding the difficult transition between just before an hour and just after an hour, when the hour number changes even though the hour hand doesn’t move much.29-32 (8 pages) are on triangles and quadrilaterals. The student is expected to identify right, obtuse, and acute angles and the associated triangles fairly exactly and to learn nomenclature associated with the shapes. The last of these page pairs involves drawing rectangles and triangles on grids.33-34 (4 pages) are on boxes. Most of these pages are on mentally unwrapping boxes into flat shapes, providing useful exercise of visuospatial skills; there is also one page on nomenclature.35-36 (4 pages) are a review of all sections of this book.This book provides a moderate amount of repetition, generally sufficient to learn the material for children who have the necessary prerequisites. Prerequisites include familiarity with integers up to four digits, multidigit addition and subtraction, and basic concepts of weight, volume, and measurement. These prerequisites are covered in the review section at the beginning of the book; if your child has difficulty with any of the review questions, it would be better to have the child first complete the appropriate sections from the predecessor book 

    Geometry & Measurement Grade 2 (Kumon Math Workbooks)

     so as to avoid unnecessary frustration, struggle, or delay. Even with these prerequisites, some adult help may be needed on the pages on very large numbers.As with all Kumon workbooks, this workbook is intended to be used in a self paced way. Thus, while the material in the book aligns with generally recognized third grade standards, your child may be ready for the book earlier or later than at a typical third grade age. The successor to this book is 

    Geometry & Measurement Grade 4 (Kumon Math Workbooks)

    .As with all Kumon math workbooks, this book attempts to introduce new material gradually and provide enough practice for the child actually to learn the concepts; as discussed above, some changes in the order in which the material is done may help smooth this progression. This book is good as either as a stand alone supplement to school work in addition and subtraction, or in conjunction with the other Kumon grade 3 math workbooks as a complete math curriculum at the grade 3 level. For my daughter, I now regard the Kumon workbooks as her primary source of math instruction, and school work as supplementary. Whether you are using workbooks as a primary or supplemental source of instruction, however, the Kumon math workbooks are good – most are excellent, and this one did a good job of helping my daughter really learn all the concepts covered, once we got over the rough spots from suboptimal ordering of the material.

  49. CH

    Love kumon productsMy children go to the kumon centers and I use these for our home school.

  50. GP12345

    Kids love itNice to have kids do some extra work at home in addition to work from school.

  51. Samith Rathnayaka

    Fast delivery and good contentDelivery was prompt and fast. Content was structured and well develoed.

  52. Flowing

    WonderfulThank goodness for kumon! My children have straight A’s in math and it is not because they are brilliant, but because they practice every day using kumon workbooks. The Ontario curriculum is not arranged in a way that allows for children to practice new skills. They are taught a new concept, then quickly move on. They will see the concept the next year, but again, without much repetition. Considering recent reports on provincial and national math test scores, I think it’s clear that the current math curriculum is not working. I highly recommend to parents that they get their children in the habit of doing 1-2 pages of kumon math EVERY day. It takes work and effort to get them into this habit, but once they do, I can tell you from experience that you will definitely see results.

  53. Meghana

    GoodGood practice for kids

  54. Amazon Customer

    Good mathbookGood math book to challenge kids

  55. ***J****

    I love Kumon booksKumon books are great.

  56. Wagner

    Good for those kids who want to get ahead of the classA very good workbook for Grade 3 kids who want to get ahead in their class. Still requires an adult or older person to help the child along. Problems are good, but the pacing might be a bit fast. Wish there was more of the same problems for some of the sections instead of just moving on to the next concept.

  57. Jenna C.

    Not for CanadiansThis is US and imperial. Not good for Canada!

  58. Dipankar

    Good book.Goodbook.

  59. BREA

    Possible mix up??I received the kindergarten booklet that was left at my door , placed as seen in picture, from a seperate order but not this grade 3 geometry and measurement booklet.I’m guessing maybe it was a mix up on the dates or something, I am not sure.

  60. Douglas

    Excelente!Recomendo para crianças em regime de educação domiciliar e também para as crianças que frequentam escolas (públicas ou privadas), uma vez que, por influência dos iluminados do MEC, a matemática já não é tão exata assim, sendo necessário explicá-la levando-se em consideração uma visão geral do mundo e das práticas sociais. 🙁 (Se professores competentes não entendem, imaginem os alunos).AJUDEM VOSSOS FILHOS!Obs.: O fato de estar em inglês não dificulta em nada o aprendizado pois o método é intuitivo. Um dicionário simples inglês – Português é o suficiente.

  61. Amazon Customer

    kids love itkids love it

  62. Kristie

    Thank you so much!😀Thank you so much!😀

  63. Eduardo Lopez

    Best book👍👍👍👍🤓🤩awesome book 📚 works great

  64. solima

    GoodIt is good but you can not leave your son who is 8 year old alone to do it you have to be with hime

  65. Kate

    Very goodVery good my kids love it


    Caro pero lo valeEjercicios, ejercicios y más ejercicios. Se siente un poco caros respecto al material, pero cuando ves los resultados en las calificaciones por la habilidad adquirida, valen la pena.

  67. Amazon Customer

    Four StarsThe content is good however a bit behind Indian curriculum.

  68. zsuzsa

    Five Starsgreat

  69. Kilt

    too Americantoo many pages dedicated to gallons, quarts and fahrenheit. No one outside of America needs to know these units

  70. James

    Five StarsGreat

  71. sothi

    Five StarsExcellent quality

  72. Dharmesh Shah

    great study booksKumon books are excellent to give your child an extra edge in Maths and English. Using it for years now.

  73. Binesh C.

    USA based curriculum not Australian – Not happy with the product.I am not happy with the Product as this doenst follow Australian Standards.All currency information is shown in USD where in kids doesnt even know what the coins are..Unhappy about the product. Dont buy if you are in Australia.

  74. Shashi

    Five Starsgood ones daughtr 6yr old completed all of them

  75. Ramya

    Three StarsBook is good, except that there had to be more exercises on angles.

  76. P Molinari

    Five Starsgood

  77. antonella

    metodo kumonmetodo di insegnamento innovativo, piacevole e motivante per il bambino anche se ci sono esercizi molto ripetitivi. veramente valido in aggiunta al sistema scolastico

  78. Maria

    BoringIt is quite boring.

  79. Taiye

    Five StarsGood

  80. anil l.

    Not worth itVery American, with American units of measurements.

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