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# Grade 3

Lesson | Lesson Name | Strand | Content | Outcome |
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151 | Counting 1000-5000 | Number | Counting | Order numbers on a number line, counting forward and backward in thousands, hundreds and tens. Order numbers from smallest to largest. |

152 | Symmetry | Geometry | 2D shapes | Explore vertical and horizontal lines of symmetry. Identify images in the environment that are symmetrical. |

153 | Number Patterns (2) | Patterns & Algebra | Adding & Subtracting | Identify addition and subtraction number patterns. Explore the Fibonacci Sequence and follow a rule to create a number pattern. Identify the rule to create a number pattern. |

154 | L and ml | Measurement | Volume & Capacity | Introduce the L and ml as units of measure. Understand that 1 L = 1000 ml. Determine if a vessel holds more than, less than or is equal to 1 L. Read increments on measuring jugs to determine the amount of liquid. |

155 | Multiplication (revision) | Operations | Multiplying | Revise multiplication strategies including repeated addition, grouping items together, and using the multiplication sign in a number sentence. Solve multiplication word problems using the ‘create a picture’ strategy. |

156 | Counting 5000-10000 | Number | Counting | Model a number using Base 10 equipment. Match the number to its name. Place numbers on a number line and count forward and backward in thousands, hundreds and tens. Add +1, +10 +100 to a number. |

157 | Area (3) | Measurement | Area | Count squares to measure area. Multiply the number of squares (length) by the number of squares (width). Multiply length x width to find the area in square units. |

158 | Times Tables x2 x4 | Operations | Multiplying | Explore the x2, x4 tables. Identify patterns in a hundred chart. Understand that 2 x 2 means two groups of two. |

159 | Money - Equivalent Amounts | Operations | Adding & Subtracting | Count collections of currency. Understand that the same amount can be presented in different combinations of currency. Match different currency combinations to an amount. Find the correct change from $50. |

160 | Comparing and Ordering Fractions | Operations | Fractions | Understand the role of the top and bottom numbers in a fraction. Use the term ‘denominator’. Compare the sizes of fractions, including mixed numbers up to 2. Order simple fractions and mixed numbers on a number line. Fractions used: 1/2, 1/3, 1/4, 1/5, 1/6, 1/8. |

Lessons 161–200 **coming soon!**