Grade 3

Skills covered in Games

- Addition without carry within 100
- Addition without carry within 1000
- Addition within 100 with multiples of 10
- Subtraction without borrow within 100
- Subtraction without borrow within 1000
- Subtraction within 100 by multiples of 10
- Multiplication tables of 1
- Multiplication tables of 2
- Multiplication tables of 3
- Multiplicatoin tables of 4
- Multiplication tables of 5
- Multiplication tables of 6
- Multiplication tables of 7
- Multiplication tables of 8
- Multplication tables of 9
- Multiplication tables of 10
- Multiplication tables of 11
- Multiplication tables of 12
- Multiplication tables of 13
- Multiplication tables of 14
- Multiplication tables of 15
- Multiplication tables of 16
- Multiplication tables of 17
- Multiplication tables of 18
- Multiplication tables of 19
- Multiplication tables of 20
- Division tables of 1
- Division tables of 2
- Division tables of 3
- Division tables of 4
- Division tables of 5
- Division tables of 6
- Division tables of 7
- Division tables of 8
- Division tables of 9
- Division tables of 10
- Division tables of 11
- Division tables of 12
- Multiply one digit number with 10
- Identify n-sided shapes
- Find shapes with defining and non-defining attributes
- Symmetry

Skills covered in Playbooks!

**Volume 1 :**

1. Word Problems: Addition and Subtraction for numbers less than 200 with and without carry.

2. Expanded Form addition for 3 digit numbers and number names

3. Comparing and Ordering 3 digit Numbers

**Volume 2:**

1. Counting Strategies and part part whole thinking: Counting various ways to add to 20

2. Expanded form addition of 2 and 3 digit numbers with and without carry.

3. Skip counting by 2's, 5's and 10's

**Volume 3:**

1. Skip Counting forward by 25's to 1000 using multiples of 25 as starting points.

2. Skip Counting backward by 2's, 5's, 10's and 100's using multiples of 2's, 5's and 10's as starting points

3. Counting Strategies: Making 10's Addition and Subtraction strategy/ Bridging to 10 for numbers lesser than and greater than 50**Volume 4:**

1. Counting Strategies: Compensation Addition Strategy

2. Counting Strategies: Compensation Subtraction Strategy

3. Counting Strategies: Counting On and Counting Up Strategies**Volume 5:**

1. Properties of Addition and Subtraction and application of those properties in contexts.

2. Rounding to nearest 10.

3. Relationship between addition and subtraction: inverse relation**Volume 6:**

1. Rounding to nearest 100.

2. Multiplication as repeated addition/equal groups.

3. Multiplication Std. Algorithm**Volume 7:**

Fractions foundations

1. Division as equal sharing.

2. Fractions 1: Understand that fractions are numbers. Discover fractions in everyday life: p/q form.

3. Fraction 2: Standard pie model of fractions and fractions on a number-line. Name the fractions**Volume 8 :**

Fractions Foundations

Fractions 3: Share model of fraction and representation of improper and mixed fractions

Fractions 4: Equivalent fractions

Fraction 5: Adding and subtracting two proper fractions (p/q, p<q): i) same numerator and denominator, ii) same denominator, diff. numerators

Fraction 6: Adding and subtracting two proper fractions(p/q, p<q): iii) same numerators,diff denominators iv) diff. numerators and denominators**Volume 9 :**

Measurement Foundations

1. Time Measurements

2. Linear measurements

3. Area measurements:**Volume 10 :**

Geometry Foundations

1. Identifying and describing different 2-d shapes and figures using their attributes.

2. Understand the idea of symmetry. Identify symmetrical objects and distinguish them from asymmetrical objects by describing why.