## Maths

**Term 4**

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Looking at 'Angles,' students will identify and compare different angle sizes. Our 'Mass' focus will allow students to measure objects by using familiar metric units of mass, such as grams and kilograms. Students will then be able to order and compare objects using these units.

**In Term 4 Mathematics lessons the Grade 3 students will be focusing on revising a variety of areas.**In

**Number and Algebra**students will focus on developing their understanding to solve a variety of worded problems. These problems will develop our established maths skills in solving addition, subtraction, multiplication and division problems. We will also revise our time telling skills to help us solve worded time problems.**In Measurement and Geometry students will focus on 'Angles', 'Mass' and 'Volume'**Looking at 'Angles,' students will identify and compare different angle sizes. Our 'Mass' focus will allow students to measure objects by using familiar metric units of mass, such as grams and kilograms. Students will then be able to order and compare objects using these units.

Grade 3 expectations:

Halve even numbers to 20

Halve odd numbers to 20

Halve 2 digit numbers for multiples of 10 (e.g. Half of 90)

Add multiples of 10 (e.g. 60+40=100)

Add multiples of 5 (e.g. 55+45=100)

Double 10 & 20

Double 30 & 40

Double 50 & 60

Double 70 & 80

Double 90

Automatic recall of 2, 5, 10, 3 & 4 times tables

Verbalise moving one place value to the left when multiplying by 10

When adding 9, add 10 then subtract 1

When subtracting 9, subtract 10 then add 1

When adding 11, add 10 then add 1 more

When subtracting 11, subtract 10 then subtract 1 more

Adding 2 digits, add to 10 then add what is left over

**Halving****Expectations:**Halve even numbers to 20

Halve odd numbers to 20

Halve 2 digit numbers for multiples of 10 (e.g. Half of 90)

**Complements to 100****Expectations:**Add multiples of 10 (e.g. 60+40=100)

Add multiples of 5 (e.g. 55+45=100)

**Doubling 2 Digit Numbers: multiples of 10****Expectations:**Double 10 & 20

Double 30 & 40

Double 50 & 60

Double 70 & 80

Double 90

**Multiplication****Expectations:**Automatic recall of 2, 5, 10, 3 & 4 times tables

Verbalise moving one place value to the left when multiplying by 10

**Adding or Subtracting 9 or 11****Expectations:**When adding 9, add 10 then subtract 1

When subtracting 9, subtract 10 then add 1

When adding 11, add 10 then add 1 more

When subtracting 11, subtract 10 then subtract 1 more

**Bridging to 10****Expectations:**Adding 2 digits, add to 10 then add what is left over