BC Math Grade 3 Full Year Bundle

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GOOGLE AND PDF VERSIONS BOTH INCLUDED! Grade 3 - BC Math Curriculum Updated 2016 – This resource covers all expectations in the Grade 3 – BC Math Curriculum. This product contains 932 activity sheets.

 Check out each of the strands below to learn more about the resources included in this bundle.

 Strand 1 - Numbers

  • Counting forwards and backwards by 3, 4, 5, 10, 25, and 100
  • Representing and describing numbers to 1000
  • Comparing and ordering numbers to 1000
  • Estimating large quantities
  • Rounding numbers less than 1000 and front-end estimation
  • Understanding place value for numbers to 1000
  • Using mental math addition strategies with two-digit numbers (counting on, making tens, doubling, adding using place value, and adding in chunks)
  • Using mental math subtraction strategies with two-digit numbers (counting back, adding up, subtracting using place value, and subtracting in chunks)
  • Round numbers and estimate the sums and differences of numbers up to 1000
  • Add numbers up to 1000 using different strategies (no regrouping and regrouping activities)
  • Subtract numbers up to 1000 using different strategies (no regrouping and regrouping activities)
  • Fractions – Equal partitioning and representing numbers using fractions
  • Use mental math strategies to improve understanding of math facts up to 9 + 9
  • Understanding that addition and subtraction are related and division and multiplication are related
  • Solving multiplication and division problems using arrays

 Strand 2 - Patterning and Equations

  • Repeating Patterns (different shapes, sizes, colours, orientations)
  • Creating increasing patterns (addition and multiplication)
  • Extending increasing patterns (addition and multiplication)
  • Comparing and describing increasing patterns
  • Creating decreasing patterns (subtraction and division)
  • Extending decreasing patterns (subtraction and division)
  • Comparing and describing decreasing patterns
  • Describing the pattern rule in a variety of patterns
  • Using pattern rules to create patterns
  • Creating necklaces that use repeating patterns
  • Solving addition equations by balancing equations
  • Solving subtraction equations by balancing equations
  • Determining the value or a variable in addition and subtraction equations
  • Determining the missing value in an equation when the start, change and result are unknown
  • Solving one-step addition and subtraction equations involving a symbol as the variable
  • 2 Unit Tests – Patterning and Variables/Equations

 Strand 3 - Measurement and Geometry

  • Understanding time – minutes, hours, days, weeks, months, and years
  • Relating seconds to minutes, minutes to hours, hours to days, days to months, and months to years.
  • Problem solving questions relating to time
  • Days, weeks, months, and years and how they are related
  • Reading a calendar
  • Seasons
  • Measuring and understanding length and distances in– millimetres, centimetres, metres, and kilometres
  • Using referents for measuring and estimating height and length
  • Understanding the relationship between cm and m as well as m and km
  • Estimating the mass of objects using referents
  • Understanding of the relationship between grams and kilograms
  • Selecting a unit for measuring mass
  • Capacity measurements – millilitres and litres
  • Exploring perimeter and area of shapes without using formulas
  • Describing 3-D objects based on the number of faces, edges and vertices
  • Sorting and describing 3D shapes – spheres, cubes, prisms, pyramids, cones, cylinders)

 Strand 4 - Data: Graphs and Probability

  • Formulate survey questions
  • Collect data by surveying others
  • Using tally charts
  • Counting tally marks
  • Using frequency tables
  • Interpreting tally tables
  • Why do we use graphs?
  • Graphs vs tables – which is easier to read?
  • Drawing conclusions about different sets of data
  • How to choose a suitable representation when performing a survey
  • Why we sample a population to learn more about it
  • Examples of poor sampling of a population
  • Describing probability using the following terms – impossible, certain, and possible
  • Describing probability – equally likely, more likely, and less likely
  • Describing the probability of experiments
  • Describing the probability of events from a student’s life
  • 2 Unit Tests (Graphing and Probability)

 Strand 5 - Financial Literacy

  • Making Benchmark Dollars
  • Counting Dollars
  • Counting Cents
  • Counting Canadian Coins
  • Representing Money in Different Ways
  • Making Change
  • Counting Money
  • Calculating Change
  • Giving Change Using Coins
  • Adding Money
  • Money Word Problems
  • Main Forms of Payment
  • Financial Goal – Earning Money
  • Financial Literacy Unit Test

 This is a comprehensive unit that will save you hours of planning! It has been tested and found effective in helping students achieve the specific learning outcomes created by the Ministry of Education.