Grade 3 - Alberta Math - Full Year Bundle NEW 2022 Curriculum

Grade 3 - Alberta Math - Full Year Bundle NEW 2022 Curriculum

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Grade 3 - NEW 2022 Alberta Math Curriculum – This resource covers all outcomes in the Grade 3 - Alberta Math Curriculum. NO PREP - JUST PRINT! Perfect for distance teaching, simply send students a PDF copy of the worksheet.

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

Strand 1 - Number (Number Sense)

Concepts that are covered:

  • Place value of numbers within 100 000
  • Determining the value of digits within 100 000
  • Expressing natural numbers using words and numerals
  • Rounding natural numbers to various places (10, 100, 1000)
  • Compare and order natural numbers within 100 000
  • Money – counting and representing values using cents and dollars
  • Loonies, toonies, and bills as dollars
  • Recognize French and English symbolic representations of monetary values
  • Adding and subtracting of two-digit numbers
  • Using standard algorithms to add and subtract
  • Estimate sums and differences – rounding and front-end estimation
  • Solving word problems involving addition and subtraction
  • Multiplication and division facts
  • Representing multiplication and division using models and arrays
  • Multiplication mental math strategies – skip counting (repeated addition), doubling and halving
  • Division mental math strategies – repeated subtraction, skip counting
  • Writing multiplication and division sentences to represent problems
  • Determining the missing quantity in a product or quotient
  • Examine patterns in multiplication and division – skip counting and multiplication table
  • Model fractions limited to denominators of 12 or less
  • Name fractions
  • Benchmark fractions
  • Comparing the size of fractions – common denominators, common numerators
  • Writing fractions on a number line
  • 4 Unit tests
  • Answer pages for all activities

Strand 2 - Patterns and Algebra

Some of the concepts that are covered:

  • Number patterns
  • Increasing and decreasing number patterns
  • Finding number patterns using a hundreds chart
  • Odd and even number patterns
  • Ordinal numbers
  • Finite and infinite sequences
  • Skip counting – rows and columns of a multiplication table
  • Finding the missing term in a skip-counting sequence using multiplication
  • Describing the change from term to term – pattern rules
  • Writing equations that represent a simple problem
  • Balancing an equation
  • Writing two expressions that equal each other
  • Modelling equations using a balance
  • Finding an unknown number in an equation
  • Determining the unknown number in an addition, subtraction, multiplication and division sentence
  • Solving word problems involving unknown numbers and all four operations
  • 2 Unit Tests
  • Answer pages for all activities

Strand 3 - Geometry, Measurement and Time

Some of the concepts that are covered:

  • What is a polygon?
  • Perpendicular and parallel sides
  • 90° angles
  • Finding 90° angles in your environment using referents
  • Regular vs irregular polygons
  • Triangles, quadrilaterals, pentagons, hexagons and octagons
  • Classifying polygons based on number of sides and angles
  • Transformations – translations, reflections, rotations
  • Describing transformations
  • Performing transformations
  • Comparing millimetres, centimetres, and metres
  • Justify the choice of millimetres, centimetres, or metres to measure
  • Measure lengths of straight lines and curves, with millimetres, centimetres, or metres
  • Imperial system – inches, feet, and yards
  • Relating metric units to imperial units – cm to inches, cm to feet, metres to yards
  • Finding the perimeter of polygons
  • Determining the unknown length of polygons using the perimeter
  • Estimate lengths using centimetres and metres using referents
  • Comparing angles using superimposing methods
  • Comparing two angles using a referent
  • Investigate relationships between seconds, minutes, and hours using an analog clock
  • Relate minutes past the hour to minutes until the next hour.
  • Describe time of day as a.m. or p.m. relative to 12-hour cycles of day and night.
  • Tell time using analog and digital clocks.
  • Express time of day in relation to one 24-hour cycle.
  • 3 Unit Tests
  • Answer pages for all activities

Strand 4 - Statistics and Probability (Data Analysis)

Some of the concepts that are covered:

  • What is a statistical question?
  • Create statistical questions to investigate
  • What is a population?
  • Predict the answers to statistical questions
  • First-hand data and second-hand data
  • Collect first-hand data
  • Tally marks and frequency tables
  • Create statistical questions for second-hand data
  • Represent first-hand data in a dot plot
  • Represent first-hand data in a bar graph
  • Represent second-hand data in a bar graph
  • Interpret dot plots and tell the story of the data
  • Interpret bar graphs and tell the story of the data
  • Interpret bar graphs of First Nation and Inuit topics
  • Unit test
  • Answer pages for all activities

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 Alberta Education.

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