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Grade 3

Lesson Lesson Name Strand Content Outcome
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!