
3Primary 3 Standards
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Number and Algebra: Whole Numbers

3.NAWN.1
Numbers up to 10 000
• 1.1 number notation and place values (thousands, hundreds, tens, ones),
• 1.2 reading and writing numbers in numerals and in words,
• 1.3 comparing and ordering numbers,
• 1.4 odd and even numbers,
• 1.5 number patterns. 

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3.NAWN.2
Addition and subtraction
• 2.1 addition and subtraction of numbers up to 4 digits,
• 2.2 use of the terms 'sum' and 'difference',
• 2.3 solving up to 2step word problems involving addition and subtraction. 

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Multiplication and division
• 3.1 building up the multiplication tables of 6, 7, 8 and 9 and committing to memory,
• 3.2 use of the terms 'product', 'quotient' and 'remainder',
• 3.3 multiplication and division within the multiplication tables,
• 3.4 division with remainder,
• 3.5 multiplication and division of numbers up to 3 digits by 1 digit,
• 3.6 solving up to 2step word problems involving the 4 operations. 

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3.NAWN.4
Mental calculation
• 4.1 addition and subtraction involving two 2digit numbers,
• 4.2 multiplication and division within the multiplication tables. 

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Measurement and Geometry

3.MD.1
Perpendicular and parallel lines
• 1.1 identifying and naming perpendicular and parallel lines,
• 1.2 drawing perpendicular and parallel lines on square grids. 

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Length, mass and volume
• 1.1 measurement of
 length in kilometres (km),
 volume of liquid in millilitres (ml),
• 1.2 measurement of length/ mass/ volume (of liquid) in compound units,
• 1.3 conversion of a measurement in compound units to the smaller unit, and vice versa,
 kilometres and metres,
 metres and centimetres,
 kilograms and grams,
 litres and millilitres.
• 1.4 solving word problems involving length/ mass/ volume/ capacity. 
3.MD.2
Time
• 2.1 telling and writing time to 1 minute,
• 2.2 use of the terms 'past' and 'to', e.g. '10 minutes past 5' and '15 minutes to 12',
• 2.3 measurement of time in hours and minutes,
• 2.4 conversion of time in hours and minutes to minutes only, and vice versa,
• 2.5 finding the duration of a time interval,
• 2.6 finding the starting time/ finishing time,
• 2.7 solving word problems involving addition and subtraction of time given in hours and minutes. 

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3.MD.2
Angles
• 2.1 angle as an amount of turning,
• 2.2 identifying angles in 2D and 3D objects,
• 2.3 identifying angles in 2D figures,
• 2.4 identifying right angles, angles greater than/ smaller than a right angle. 
3.MD.3
Money
• 3.1 addition and subtraction of money in decimal notation,
• 3.2 solving word problems involving addition and subtraction of money in decimal notation. 

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3.MD.4
Area and perimeter
• 4.1 concepts of area and perimeter of a plane figure,
• 4.2 measurement of area in square units,
• 4.3 measurement of area in square centimetres (cm²) / square metres (m²),
• 4.4 calculation of the perimeter of
 rectilinear figure
 rectangle
 square
• 4.5 use of formula to calculate the area of a rectangle/ square,
• 4.6 solving word problems involving the area/ perimeter of squares and rectangles. 

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3.MD.1

Statistics: Data Representation and Interpretation

3.MD.1
Bar graphs
• 1.1 reading and interpreting bar graphs in both horizontal and vertical forms,
• 1.2 reading scales,
• 1.3 completing a bar graph from given data,
• 1.4 solving problems using information presented in bar graphs. 

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Number and Algebra: Fractions

3.NAF.1
Equivalent fractions
• 1.1 recognising and naming equivalent fractions,
• 1.2 listing the first 8 equivalent fractions of a given fraction,
• 1.3 writing the equivalent fraction of a fraction given the denominator or the numerator,
• 1.4 expressing a fraction in its simplest form,
• 1.5 comparing fractions with respect to half,
• 1.6 comparing and ordering unlike fractions. 

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Addition and subtraction
• 2.1 Include addition and subtraction of two related fractions within one whole. 

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