Simply Good and Beautiful Math 3 (2024)

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Simply Good and Beautiful Math 3

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Math 3 FAQs

How long are the lessons?

The average time to complete a lesson is 30–35 minutes. This includes time to teach the lesson, complete the practice and review, and practice multiplication facts.

  • If the child takes longer than average but is understanding and retaining information, don’t worry. You may want to break up the lessons. Complete the mini review and lesson practice at one time and the review and activities section at another time.
  • If the child is taking less time than average but is learning new concepts, we suggest not skipping entire levels to avoid holes in his or her math foundations. Consider having him or her do multiple lessons a day to complete the course faster.
  • If the child takes less than the average time and seems to already know all the information, consider having him or her take the unit assessments. Skip any units or lessons the child shows mastery on. Remember, the first few lessons of the course are review from Math 2, and it’s expected that most children will know the information already.
How many lessons should my child do each week?

There are 120 lessons in the course. If the child completes four lessons per week, he or she will complete the course in a standard school year with normal breaks for vacation or sickness.

How do you teach multiplication facts?

The process and concept of multiplication is taught over several lessons in Unit 1. Children are then instructed to spend 10 minutes each day practicing one set of multiplication facts. Then they complete a few problems as part of the review and activities.

Families may choose which resources they use. The Good and the Beautiful offers the following options: Musical Multiplication, multiplication flash cards, or multiplication practice sheets.

Is Math 3 a parent-directed level?

Math 3 lessons are designed to be parent led. These sections take an average of 12–15 minutes for the parent to teach. The other sections—lesson practice and review and activities—can be done independently by the child. The parent/teacher will need to check the child’s work and should do so on a daily basis when possible, providing immediate feedback.

What if there isn’t room to complete the work?

The child may use a personal whiteboard or keep scratch paper on hand while completing the lessons.

Does Math 3 have an answer key?

Yes! You can find the answer key above. The answer key is a free download. You may also purchase a physical answer key under the “Recommended Resources” section of the Math 3 page at

How do I make my own Math 3 box?

Items needed:

  • Separate whiteboard
  • 2 capacity dice (1 inch cubes) To download the templates for the capacity dice, please click here.
  • 1 ten-sided die (including numbers 1–10)
  • 1 six-sided die
  • Mini measuring tape (must measure up to 5′ and include measurements in both inches and cm)
  • Array mat with calendar on the back (laminated and printed on heavy cardstock)To download the templates for the array mat, please click here.
  • 2 game pawns
  • Tangram pieces and pattern blocks. We highly recommend printing on something heavier than cardstock. To download the templates for the tangram pieces and pattern blocks, please click here.

Simply Good and Beautiful Math FAQs

I want to switch to Simply Good and Beautiful Math. Where do I start?

Welcome! We encourage you to start with our Math Placement Test found here:

Math Placement Test

We also encourage you to review the extensive sample pages on our website. The sample pages for each course include the table of contents.

Do you offer the courses in printed and PDF format?

Yes! However, our manipulative items are mainly made from wood and not from chipboard, paper, or cardstock and are not offered in PDF format.

Are the PDFs for Simply Good and Beautiful Math free like the Language Arts?

Just like our Language Arts, Simply Good and Beautiful Math K-7PDFs are free to download.

Do any of the levels use the same Math Box?

No. Simply Good and Beautiful Math K-3 each have different Math Boxes. Simply Good and Beautiful Math 4-5 do not have Math Boxes.

Does it follow a mastery or spiral approach?

Simply Good and Beautiful Math is mainly a spiral curriculum, constantly reviewing concepts your student has learned to ensure he or she understands and retains the information.

You can also view our blog post about why spiral math works.

Is the Math curriculum advanced like the language arts courses or do the levels match general grade levels?

Our courses are aligned to be on average grade level. Many concepts are considered advanced but are introduced in lessons that are easy to follow for both the child (in the self-guided levels) and the parent (in levels 3 and under).

I’m teaching Math to multiple children. Which items do I need?

Each child will need his or her own consumable Course Book.

If the children are being taught as a group, ideally each child should have their own Math Box. Sharing the manipulatives in the Math Box would render the lessons less effective and cause them to take a much longer amount of time.

If the children are being taught individually, the Math Box may be shared.

How do I get started?

Gather the supplies needed. You are then ready to open to the first lesson and follow the instructions. You do not need to read the lessons before teaching them.

Is there an answer key?

Every level of Simply Good and Beautiful Math has an answer key except for Math K since this level is so basic.

Simply Good and Beautiful Math 1 has a free PDF answer keys available. Simply Good and Beautiful Math 2-5 have both free PDF and purchasable physical answer keys available.

Do the courses have many moving parts?

A huge focus of Simply Good and Beautiful Math is increasing the simplicity and ease for children and parents. Simply Good and Beautiful Math has a minimum number of items and moving parts in the math boxes. The lessons are also concise while maintaining the highest academic standards.

Do the courses contain stories?

Yes! Simple, short stories about children like yours and everyday life are woven throughout the course books.

Is there diversity in your courses?

Yes! Our Simply Good and Beautiful Math Courses feature a significant amount of diversity.

My child loves games. Do you have those in Simply Good and Beautiful Math?

Yes! We want to make learning fun for you and your child. Games, puzzles, and more are included right in the course book. No need to search for game mats or instructions as they are part of the lessons.

Does Simply Good and Beautiful Math follow Common Core?

Our curriculum does not follow Common Core standards, but it does match or exceed most national public school standards. The academic spine of our curriculum was developed by compiling national state standards and then determining which ones match Good and Beautiful moral standards and the abilities of our pilot families. We believe that children who work on The Good and the Beautiful curriculum consistently each day will find that they are far above public school standards.

Do you include any specific doctrine?

No, the goal of our curriculum is not to teach doctrines specific to any particular Christian denomination but to teach general principles, such as honesty, hard work, and kindness. All Bible references in our curriculum use the King James Version.

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Simply Good and Beautiful Math 3 (2024)


How many lessons are in The Good and the Beautiful math 3? ›

Simply Good and Beautiful Math 3 contains 120 lessons. The easy-to-use format instructs both you and your child what to say and do for each lesson.

What kind of math is math 3? ›

Math 3 students study piecewise, polynomial, rational, and sinusoidal functions. Geometric units focus on circles and their properties and modeling with 2D and 3D geometric figures. Probability rules learned in previous courses are extended to the statistics of making inferences and justifying conclusions.

What grade level is integrated math 3? ›

Integrated Math III A-B (P) (4163, 4164)
Grade Range:
Integrated Math II A-B or Integrated Math II A-B Advanced
Course duration:
12 more rows

Is math 3 hard? ›

Math 3: If you have been getting A's and B's in Math 1 and 2, then Math 3 should not be too hard for you. It will be harder than Math 2, and it is expected that you learned and remember some of those things you learned in 1 and 2.

Is the good and the beautiful math above grade level? ›

Our courses are aligned to be on average grade level. Many concepts are considered advanced but are introduced in lessons that are easy to follow for both the child (in the self-guided levels) and the parent (in levels 3 and under).

What is the hardest math lesson in college? ›

Hardest college math classes
  1. Real Analysis: This is a rigorous course that focuses on the foundations of real numbers, limits, continuity, differentiation, and integration. ...
  2. Abstract Algebra: This course introduces students to more abstract mathematical structures, such as groups, rings, and fields.
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Is Integrated Math 3 equivalent to algebra 2? ›

Welcome to Integrated math 3!

The integrated pathway of courses (Math 1, 2, and 3) covers the same topics as the traditional pathway (Algebra 1, Geometry, and Algebra 2). Math 1, Math 2, and Math 3 each contain elements of algebra, geometry, and statistics, so the content is more interwoven.

Is integrated math above algebra? ›

Integrated math 1, 2, and 3 takes the material from Algebra 1, geometry, and Algebra 2, and presents it in a different way. More specifically, some parts of geometry are explained together with algebra when they make sense together.

Is integrated math 3 honors? ›

Course Description: Integrated Math 3 Honors is a challenging course designed for students who excel in math. Students in this course easily grasp higher-level concepts and embrace a rigorous curriculum.

What's the hardest form of math? ›

1. Real Analysis: This course is sometimes referred to as the most difficult undergraduate math course because it delves deep into the theoretical foundations of calculus. It relies heavily on rigorous proofs and demands a high level of abstract thinking.

Is math 3 trigonometry? ›

The types of functions that students encounter in Mathematics III have new properties. Students previously learned that quadratic functions exhibit different behavior from linear and exponential functions; now they investigate polynomial, rational, and trigonometric functions in greater generality.

What is the hardest math taught in school? ›

Differential equations, real analysis, and complex analysis are some of the most challenging mathematics courses that are offered at the high school level. These courses are typically taken by students who are interested in pursuing careers in mathematics, physics, or engineering.

How many lessons are in the good and the beautiful curriculum? ›

Full-year math instruction including 120 lessons incorporating hands-on learning, fun activities, and games. Engaging open-and-go lessons that are just the right length for children.

How long are good and beautiful math lessons? ›

The average time to complete a lesson is 35–45 minutes. This includes time to watch the video, complete the practice and review sections, and practice multiplication facts. If your child takes longer than average but is understanding and retaining information, don't worry.

How many lessons are in teaching textbooks math 3? ›

Students should aim to complete approximately one lesson per day, and the courses each have about 120 lessons. That should leave you many days in the school year for extra work on troublesome concepts, “mathless” school days, or getting a head start on the next level.

How many lessons are in the good and the beautiful math 4? ›

Simply Good and Beautiful Math 4 contains 120 lessons. Students complete the course independently, but parents/ teachers participate in lessons as much they would like. This course is divided into four units, each with a unit assessment.

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