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Skills available for British Columbia grade 3 math curriculum

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A Number represents and describes quantity: Parts of wholes can be represented by fractions

B Developing computational fluency comes from a strong sense of number: Flexible decomposing and composing are used when adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing whole numbers

C We use patterns to represent identified regularities and to form generalizations: The regular change in increasing and decreasing patterns can be identified.

D We can describe, measure, and compare spatial relationships: Standard units are used to measure attributes of objects shapes.

E Analyzing data and chance help us to compare and interpret: The likelihood of possible outcomes can be examined.

1 Reasoning and analyzing

2 Understanding and solving

3 Communicating and representing

4 Connecting and reflecting

a number concepts to 1000

b fraction concepts

c addition and subtraction to 1000

d addition and subtraction facts to 20 (emerging computational fluency)

e multiplication and division concepts

f increasing and decreasing patterns

g pattern rules using words and numbers based on concrete experiences

h one-step addition and subtraction equations with an unknown number

i measurement using standard units (linear, mass, and capacity)

j time concepts

k construction of 3D shapes

l one-to-one correspondence with bar graphs, pictographs, charts, and tables

m likelihood of simulated events using comparative language

n financial literacy - fluency with coins and bills to 100 dollars, and earning and payment