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```					Mathematics Grade 3: Curriculum Outcomes by Strand

Number, Operations and Pattern
A1 compare and order whole    B1 recognize several meanings for multiplication         C1 recognize the
numbers to thousands       B2 recognize several meanings for division                  pattern implicit in
A2 estimate the size of       B3 recognize the relationship between multiplication        the place-value
numbers to the nearest         and division                                            system
ten or hundred             B4 solve and create problems involving addition          C2 recognize and
A3 use simple fractions to        and/or subtraction                                      create geometric
describe situations        B5 solve and create problems involving                      patterns
A4 demonstrate an                 multiplication and division with small numbers       C3 use and recognize
understanding of base-10   B6 add and subtract with and without regrouping (up         the patterns in a
groupings (units, tens,        to and including three-digit numbers)                   multiplication table
hundreds, thousands)       B7 recognize principles of multiplication and division   C4 record a repeated
A5 record, model, and         B8 relate multiplication and division facts                 addition pattern
interpret numbers up to    B9 continue to estimate in addition and subtraction         using multiplicative
and including the              situations                                              notation
thousands                  B10 begin to estimate in multiplication and division     C5 recognize the
A6 read numbers in several        situations                                              meaning of open
ways                       B11 mentally add and subtract two-digit and one-digit       sentences of the
A7 extend the place-value         numbers                                                 forms:
system to model and        B12 mentally add and subtract rounded numbers               a x b = _, a x _ = c,
record numbers             B13 use technology to solve problems involving larger       _xb=c
involving tenths               numbers
Mathematics Grade 3: Curriculum Outcomes by Strand

Measurement and Geometry
D1 estimate and measure length       E1 continue their development of spatial sense with emphasis on perceptual
in metres, decimetres, and            constancy
centimetres                       E2 recognize and represent angles that are less than/more than right angles
D2 estimate and measure              E3 recognize, name, describe, and represent congruent angles and congruent
capacity in millilitres and           polygons
litres                            E4 recognize, name, describe, and represent kite, and some concave, convex,
D3 estimate and measure mass             and regular polygons
in grams and kilograms            E5 recognize, name, describe, and represent different prisms and pyramids
D4 estimate and measure area in      E6 cut and assemble net patterns for pentagonal and hexagonal prisms and
non-standard units and                pyramids
square centimetres                E7 build skeletons of various prisms and pyramids to focus on edges and
D5 solve problems involving              vertices
kilometres                        E8 predict the results of combining triangles and/or quadrilaterals
D6 use appropriate units for         E9 find the lines of reflective symmetry of polygons
capacity and mass                 E10 recognize, name, describe, and represent half and quarter turns of 2-D
D7 read digital and analog               figures
clocks to the nearest five        E11 recognize and identify various polygons, prisms, and pyramids in real-
minutes                               world contexts
D8 continue to solve a wide          E12 make the connection for rectangles between the arrays of squares forming
variety of measurement                them and the describing of their dimensions
problems

Data Analysis and Probability
F1 select appropriate strategies for collecting, recording, organizing,   G1 predict and record results in
and describing relevant data                                              experiments using spinners, coins,
F2 interpret and create pictographs in which each symbol represents          dice, coloured cubes, and other
more than one item                                                        simple equipment
F3 create bar graphs using simple scales
F4 implement plans with respect to the collection of data

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