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Grade 3 Maths (Nelson Mathematics

• Patterns in Mathematics – Repeating shape pattern and exploring patterns. Patterns in 100 chart and communicating about patterns.

Numeration – Represent numbers using numerals, number words, models and drawings. Rounding to estimate numbers, comparing and ordering whole numbers. Counting and trading coins.

Data Management - Venn diagrams, collecting and ordering data. Reading and creating pictographs. Interpret and create bar and circle graphs.

Addition & Subtraction – Using fact families to relate addition and subtraction. Mental addition and subtraction. Estimating sums and differences. Adding and subtracting two digit numbers.

• Measuring Length, Time & Temperature – Measuring in meters and centimeters. Comparing lengths to a kilometer. Measuring perimeter. Telling analog time and digital time. Measuring how time passes. Solving problems using charts. Measuring temperatures.

• Area & Grids – Measure area with square units, counting square units and solving problems using a model.

• Multiplication & Division – Using adding to multiply, arrays and multiplication. Relating multiplication facts using a double strategy. Using words and symbols to describe division by sharing. Divide by counting equal groups and using estimation and multiplication to solve division problems with greater numbers.

• 2-D and 3-D Geometry and 3-D Measurement - Describing congruent shapes. Identifying lines of symmetry. Sorting 2-D shapers and geometry pattern. Stacking shapes to make prisms. Comparing and sorting 3-D shapes. Estimating and measuring capacity.

• Fractions – Fraction as parts of a group and whole. Representing and explaining fractions using drawings. Using fractions to describe parts of a measure. Modeling and describing mixed numbers.

• Probability – Making predictions and conducting experiments with spinners. Using math language to describe probability.

• Patterns and Motion in Geometry – Identifying and describing slides, flips and turns of shapes. Comparing patterns that us slides, flips and turns.

 

 
 
 
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