- Mathematics
- Year 3
Number
approx. 15 hrs
5 topics
56 concepts
Year 3 Number develops competence and confidence in fundamental numeracy skills.
approx. 15 hrs
5 topics
56 concepts
Year 3 Number develops competence and confidence in fundamental numeracy skills.
This learning program covers the essential components of Year 3 Number as described in the Australian curriculum. In this program, students explore number sequences, identify connections in number patterns and recall multiplication facts. Additional concepts include working with addition, subtraction, multiplIcation and division with up to four digit numbers and recognising how simple fractions combine to make whole numbers.
This learning program is made up of the following 5 topics, broken down into 56 concepts.
Identify and describe conditions for even or odd numbers of up to four digits
Compare and describe the difference between models of even numbers and models of odd numbers, using arrays
Recognise the connection between even numbers and the multiplication facts of two
Create and continue patterns when counting forwards by threes, fours, sixes, sevens, eights and nines from any starting point
Identify and describe patterns when counting backwards by threes, fours, sixes, sevens, eights and nines from any starting point
Apply known single-digit addition facts to addition of two-, three- and four-digit numbers
Complete addition word problems with effective strategies
Apply known single-digit subtraction facts to subtraction of two-, three- and four-digit numbers
Complete subtraction word problems with effective strategies
Perform simple subtraction with money, including finding change and rounding to the nearest five cents
Add three or more single-digit numbers
Calculate equivalent amounts of money using different denominations
Perform simple addition with money, including rounding to the nearest five cents
Model and apply the associative property of addition to aid mental computation
Skip count by twos starting from zero
Count by threes using skip counting
Skip count by fives starting from zero
Skip count by tens starting from zero
Recognise and use the symbol for divided by
Link multiplication facts using groups or arrays when dividing
Represent and solve problems involving simple division using efficient mental and written strategies
Recognise and use the symbol for multiplied by (x) and equals (=)
Model and apply the commutative property of multiplication
Represent and solve problems involving multiplication using efficient mental and written strategies
Use strategies to multiply a one-digit number by a multiple of ten
Use appropriate digital technologies to solve simple multiplication problems
Pose multiplication problems and apply strategies to solve them
Use strategies to recall multiplication facts for multiples of two
Use strategies to recall multiplication facts for multiples of three
Use strategies to recall multiplication facts for multiples of five
Use strategies to recall multiplication facts for multiples of ten
Recognise and record quarters of shapes, objects and collections (quarter is half of a half - see Year one for halves)
Recognise and record eighths of shapes, objects and collections
Count by quarters including with mixed numerals, locate and represent these on a number line
Count by halves including with mixed numerals, locate and represent these on a number line
Count by thirds including with mixed numerals, locate and represent these on a number line
Identify and describe mixed numerals as having a whole number part and a fractional part
Rename 2/2, 3/3, 4/4, 5/5, 8/8 as 1
Place eighths on a number line between 0 and 1
Model fractions with denominators of 3 of whole objects, shapes and collections using diagrams
Model fractions with denominators of 5 of whole objects, shapes and collections using diagrams
Name fractions up to one whole
understand the fraction relationships between denominator and numerator
Use the equals sign to record equivalent number sentences involving addition, meaning the same as
Represent numbers of up to four digits using objects, words, numerals and digital displays using place value.
Count forward by hundreds off the decade to four-digit numbers
Arrange numbers of up to four digits in ascending and descending order
Use the term and symbol for is less than ()to show the relationship between two numbers
Make the largest and smallest number from four given digits
Use place value to partition numbers of up to four digits, stating the value of each digit
Partition numbers of up to four digits in non-standard forms
Round numbers to the nearest ten, hundred or thousand
Identify the number before and after a given two-, three- or four-digit number
Count forward and backwards by tens on the decade to four-digit numbers
Count forward and backwards by tens off the decade to four-digit numbers
Count forward and backwards by hundreds on the decade to four-digit numbers
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