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# British Columbia

### Skills available for British Columbia Grade 3 Math Curriculum

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### Fractions are a type of number that can represent quantities.

#### NUMBER CONCEPTS TO 1000

##### counting

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##### numbers to 1000 can be arranged and recognized

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• Compare Numbers Using a Place Value Chart

• Compare Numbers that Have the Same Units

• Compare Numbers that Have Related Units

• Order Numbers From Least to Greatest Using Place Value

• Order Numbers From Greatest to Least Using Place Value

• Order Numbers From Least to Greatest Using a Number Line

• Order Numbers From Greatest to Least Using a Number Line

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##### place value

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• Representing Numbers in Written Form

• Representing Numbers in Different Ways

• Representing Numbers in Different Ways – Set 2

• Decomposing Numbers – Activity 1

• Decomposing Numbers – Activity 2

• Decomposing Numbers – Activity 3

#### fraction concepts

##### fractions are numbers that represent an amount or quantity

##### fractions can represent parts of a region, set, or linear model

##### fraction parts are equal shares or equal-sized portions of a whole or unit

##### recording pictorial representations of fraction models and connecting to symbolic notation

##### equal partitioning

##### equal sharing, pole ratios as visual parts, medicine wheel, seasons

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• Exploring Equivalent Fractions

### Development of computational fluency in addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division of whole numbers requires flexible decomposing and composing.

#### addition and subtraction to 1000

##### using flexible computation strategies, involving taking apart and combining numbers in a variety of ways, regrouping

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##### estimating sums and differences of all operations to 1000

##### using addition and subtraction in real-life contexts and problem-based situations

##### whole-class number talks

#### addition and subtraction facts to 20 (emerging computational fluency)

##### adding and subtracting of numbers to 20

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• Missing Numbers – Sums to 20

• Math Riddle – Addition Facts to 20

• Math Riddle – Addition Facts to 10

##### demonstrating fluency with math strategies for addition and subtraction (e.g., decomposing, making and bridging 10, related doubles, and commutative property)

##### Addition and subtraction are related.

#### multiplication and division concepts

##### understanding concepts of multiplication (e.g., groups of, arrays, repeated addition)

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• Multiplication Fact Practice

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• Math Riddle Multiplication Facts from 1 to 10

##### understanding concepts of division (e.g., sharing, grouping, repeated subtraction)

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##### Multiplication and division are related.

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• Multiplying by Skip Counting

• Relate Multiplication to Division

• Word Problems – Multiplication/Division

• Use Related Multiplication Facts to Divide with 0 and 1

##### Provide opportunities for concrete and pictorial representations of multiplication.

##### Use games to develop opportunities for authentic practice of multiplication computations.

##### looking for patterns in numbers, such as in a hundred chart, to further develop understanding of multiplication computation

##### Connect multiplication to skip-counting.

##### Connect multiplication to division and repeated addition.

### Regular increases and decreases in patterns can be identified and used to make generalizations.

#### increasing and decreasing patterns

##### creating patterns using concrete, pictorial, and numerical representations

##### representing increasing and decreasing patterns in multiple ways

##### generalizing what makes the pattern increase or decrease (e.g., doubling, adding 2)

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• Exploring Growing Patterns – Set 2

• Exploring Shrinking Patterns

• Exploring Shrinking Patterns – Set 2

#### pattern rules using words and numbers, based on concrete experiences

##### from a concrete pattern, describing the pattern rule using words and numbers

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• Exploring Growing Patterns – Set 2

• Exploring Shrinking Patterns

• Exploring Shrinking Patterns – Set 2

##### predictability in song rhythm and patterns

##### Share examples of local First Peoples art with the class, and ask students to notice patterns in the artwork.

#### one-step addition and subtraction equations with an unknown number

##### start unknown

##### change unknown

##### result unknown

##### investigating even and odd numbers

### Standard units are used to describe, measure, and compare attributes of objects’ shapes.

#### measurement, using standard units (linear, mass, and capacity)

##### linear measurements, using standard units (e.g., centimetre, metre, kilometre)

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• Units and Tools for Measurement

• Units and Tools for Measurement

##### capacity measurements, using standard units (e.g., millilitre, litre)

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##### Introduce concepts of perimeter, area, and circumference (the distance around); use of formula and pi to calculate not intended — the focus is on the concepts.

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• Exploring Perimeter – Activity 2

• Exploring Perimeter – Activity 3

• Measuring Perimeter – Activity 2

• Measuring Perimeter – Activity 3

• Finding the Perimeter: Polygons

• Comparing Perimeter: Figures

• Comparing Perimeter: Polygons

##### area measurement, using square units (standard and non-standard)

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• Shading Areas: Same Yet Different

• Shading Areas: Same Yet Different

##### mass measurements, using standard units (e.g., gram, kilogram)

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##### estimation of measurements, using standard referents (e.g., If this cup holds 100 millilitres, about how much does this jug hold?)

#### time concepts

##### understanding concepts of time (e.g., second, minute, hour, day, week, month, year)

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• Telling Time on a Digital Clock

• Writing Time on a Digital Clock

##### understanding the relationships between units of time

#### construction of 3D objects

##### identifying 3D objects according to the 2D shapes of the faces and the number of edges and vertices (e.g., construction of nets, skeletons)

##### describing the attributes of 3D objects (e.g., faces, edges, vertices)

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• 3D Objects: Edges and Vertices

• Sorting 2D Shapes and 3D Objects

• Sorting 3D Objects by Vertices

• Exploring Polygons – Activity 1

##### identifying 3D objects by their mathematical terms (e.g., sphere, cube, prism, cone, cylinder)

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##### comparing 3D objects (e.g., How are rectangular prisms and cubes the same or different?)

##### understanding the preservation of shape (e.g., the orientation of a shape will not change its properties)

### The likelihood of possible outcomes can be examined, compared, and interpreted.

#### one-to-one correspondence with bar graphs, pictographs, charts, and tables

##### collecting data, creating a graph, and describing, comparing, and discussing the results

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• Exploring Bar Graphs and Tally Charts

• Exploring Bar Graphs – Set 2

• Exploring Bar Graphs – Set 3

• Exploring Bar Graphs – Set 4

• Reading Tally Charts – Set 1

• Reading Tally Charts – Set 2

• Reading Tally Charts – Set 3

• Reading Tally Charts – Set 4

##### choosing a suitable representation

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• Favourite Recess Activities Graph

• Exploring Bar Graphs – Set 1

• Exploring Bar Graphs – Set 2

• Exploring Bar Graphs – Set 3

• Exploring Bar Graphs – Set 4

• Exploring Bar Graphs – Set 5

• Exploring Bar Graphs – Set 6

• Exploring Bar Graphs – Set 7

#### likelihood of simulated events, using comparative language

##### using comparative language (e.g., certain, uncertain; more, less, or equally likely)

##### developing an understanding of chance (e.g., tossing a coin creates a 50-50 chance of landing a head or tail; drawing from a bag, using spinners, and rolling dice all simulate probability events)

### Financial literacy — fluency with coins and bills to 100 dollars, and earning and payment

##### counting mixed combinations of coins and bills up to $100

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• Counting Canadian Money – Set 2

• Showing Money Amounts in Different Ways

• Comparing Canadian Money Values

• Matching Bills to Price Tags

• Getting to Know Coins – Set 1

• Getting to Know Coins – Set 2

• Getting to Know Coins – Set 3

• Getting to Know Coins – Set 4

##### understanding that payments can be made in flexible ways

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• At the School Cafeteria – Set 1