 Program Outline This comprehensive program provides thorough coverage of Level 3 Math skills.

## Numeration

### Unit 1: Working With Numbers

This Level 3 unit emphasizes number recognition, patterns and place value. Practice problems involve writing numbers in words and counting by 2s, 5s, 10s, 25s and 100s.
26 Lessons

### Unit 2: Comparing

Level 3 students will work at learning to identify and compare the value of numbers. They will practice ordering numbers up to 1000 and understanding the meaning of greater than, less than, and equals signs and their application.
10 Lessons

Moving forward with addition practices this Level 3 unit will work with adding with numbers up to 3 digits. Students will forward their abilities and determine the value of a missing term in simple addition.
40 Lessons

### Unit 4: Subtraction

Moving forward with subtraction practices this Level 3 unit will work with subtracting numbers up to 3 digits in length. Students will forward their abilities and determine the value of a missing term in simple subtraction.
32 Lessons

### Unit 5: Multiplication

Level 3 students will work with multiplication facts to 49. Activities will emphasize understanding the commutative property of multiplication. There is also a focus on understanding how to multiply three numbers together, the difference between division and multiplication.
21 Lessons

### Unit 6: Division

This Level 3 unit focuses on division facts to 49 and showcases the difference between division and multiplication.
18 Lessons

### Unit 7: Money

Level 3 students will learn to understand decimal notation for money. They will practice adding and subtracting monetary amounts for values up to \$10.00.
34 Lessons

### Unit 8: Fractions

Introduction to fractions using shapes. Level 3 students will practice to understand basic addition of fractions with like denominators, understand greater than, less than, and equals signs and apply them to pairs of basic fractions.
16 Lessons

### Unit 9: Multiplication and Division Tricks

Level 3 students learn some tricks to speed things up and better understand the practices of multiplication and division.
5 Lessons

### Unit 10: Problem Solving

Let's take what we've learned and solve some problems!
16 Lessons

## Patterning

### Unit 1: What is Missing?

Level 3 students will identify and complete patterns using numbers, letters and shapes.
6 Lessons

### Unit 2: What Comes Next?

In this Level 3 unit students will work at determining the next entries for a given geometric pattern in which two attributes change.
11 Lessons

### Unit 3: Make the Pattern

Skills used determining and describing patterns as seen before in Level 3 will be used to notice changes in the pattern and identify problems within a pattern.
10 Lessons

### Unit 4: Talking About Patterns

Audio and visual cues will be used in matching pictorial and numerical patterns with a description or operation. Level 3 students will be introduced to understanding the concept of ratios. They will practice completing patterns using a chart.
13 Lessons

### Unit 5: Number Charts

These Level 3 activities will focus on reading a numerical pattern from a hundreds chart and determining the next entries.
2 Lessons

### Unit 6: Problem Solving

Let's take what we've learned and solve some problems!
5 Lessons

## Telling Time

### Unit 1: Telling Time

This Level 3 unit looks at further understanding the measurement of time. Including reading analog clocks, adding amount of time together and to learn how to read a calendar.
9 Lessons

## Standard Measurement

### Unit 1: Temperature

Level 3 students will practice reading a thermometer and adding or subtracting a given number of degrees.
4 Lessons

### Unit 2: Length, Height and Distance

This Level 3 unit looks to teach an understanding of the relationship between length, height and distance and converting between them. Activities include measuring length and height using a ruler and non-standard units.
8 Lessons

### Unit 3: Perimeter and Area

In this Level 3 unit there will be a further focus on understanding the difference between area and perimeter. Students will practice measuring, estimating and comparing perimeter and area. A variety of objects and images will be used as examples.
8 Lessons

### Unit 4: Capacity and Volume

This Level 3 unit has activities that focus on teaching estimating and comparing the capacities of various real world objects.
5 Lessons

### Unit 5: Mass

In this Level 3 unit students will estimate and compare the masses of various real world objects. Practice problems allow students to use a scale to measure weight and relationships between different units.
6 Lessons

### Unit 6: Measurement Review

Encompassing many of the measurement techniques previously explored, this Level 3 unit has many activities that measure length, temperature, weight and capacity using standard units.
4 Lessons

### Unit 7: Units of Measure

This Level 3 unit helps students to understand the relationship between units of measure. The activities also seek to teach an understanding of the symbols of various units of measure and which are used to measure either weight, time, capacity, length, height or volume.
9 Lessons

### Unit 8: Problem Solving

Let's take what we've learned and solve some problems!
9 Lessons

## Metric Measurement

### Unit 1: Temperature

Level 3 activities involving adding and subtracting readings on a thermometer. This teaches students to use their arithmetic knowledge to see how temperature can change.
4 Lessons

### Unit 2: Length, Height and Distance

This Level 3 unit focuses on understanding the relationship between length, height and distance and converting between them. The activities will give practice examples on measuring length and height using a ruler and non-standard units.
8 Lessons

### Unit 3: Perimeter and Area

This Level 3 unit has the purpose of understanding the difference between area and perimeter. The activities will focus on measuring, estimating and comparing perimeter and area.
8 Lessons

### Unit 4: Capacity and Volume

This Level 3 unit looks at an objects capacity and volume through estimations and comparisons of various real world objects. The activities allow students to measure and compare capacity and volume.
5 Lessons

### Unit 5: Mass

In this Level 3 unit students will estimate and compare the masses of various real world objects. The activities use a scale to measure weight and relationships between different units of measure for mass. Students will learn to determine lightest to heaviest objects using units.
6 Lessons

### Unit 6: Measurement Review

This Level 3 unit provides activities that allow students to measure length, temperature, weight and capacity using standard units. This unit pulls together previously explored topics of measurement to review topics and show their relation to one another.
4 Lessons

### Unit 7: Units of Measure

This Level 3 unit has activities that aim to help students understand the relationship between units of measure. The activities strive to teach students to understand the symbols of various units to measure either weight, time, capacity, length, height or volume.
9 Lessons

### Unit 8: Problem Solving

Let's take what we've learned and solve some problems!
9 Lessons

## Geometry

### Unit 1: 2D Shapes

Advancing to learning more complex 2D figures, this Level 3 unit teaches students to identify parallelograms, rhombuses and trapezoids. It focuses on giving students the knowledge to understand the properties and identify 2D shapes.
7 Lessons

### Unit 2: 3D Figures

This Level 3 unit focuses on giving students practice identifying and understanding the properties of 3D figures. Activities include counting the number of vertices and edges of 3D figures and building 3D figures using 2D shapes.
8 Lessons

### Unit 3: Symmetry

This Level 3 unit focuses on understanding the concepts of symmetry including counting lines of symmetry and determining where the line is on various objects.
6 Lessons

### Unit 4: Congruence

This Level 3 unit focuses on understanding the concept of congruence and determining whether shapes are congruent or not. Activities focus on matching congruent shapes and helping students with recognition of the definition of congruence.
3 Lessons

### Unit 5: Mapping

Mapping activities give students in Level 3 practice describing locations of objects, reading co-ordinates and following directions on a given map to determine a journey.
4 Lessons

### Unit 6: Flips, Slides and Turns

This Level 3 unit focuses on giving students practice with determining whether a given transformation is a flip, a turn or a slide. It also gives practice determining the degree of a given turn.
5 Lessons

### Unit 7: Problem Solving

Let's take what we've learned and solve some problems!
6 Lessons

## Data Management

### Unit 1: Surveying

Level 3 students practice determining good questions that give finite answers for surveys. Activities will focus on teaching students to learn how to gather data from images and based off given variables.
4 Lessons

### Unit 2: Sorting

After completing activities on how to survey, these Level 3 activities focus on sorting data based on attributes. The activities ask students to place objects with certain attributes into their appropriate spots on a Venn Diagram.
7 Lessons

### Unit 3: Graphing

This Level 3 unit focuses on reading and building graphs. A variety of graph types are shown and students will also be able to build a bar graph through interpreting data.
8 Lessons

### Unit 4: Venn Diagrams

This Level 3 unit has practice problems involving reading Venn Diagrams and determining where given pieces of data belong.
5 Lessons

### Unit 5: Problem Solving

Let's take what we've learned and solve some problems!
7 Lessons

## Probability

### Unit 1: Spinners

Activities in this Level 3 unit work with probability calculations, probability experiments and how to express them.
3 Lessons

### Unit 2: Fun and Games

Level 3 activities work with predicting the probability that an event will occur. Students will be given practice with counting and grouping given pictorial data as a basis for probability experiments.
5 Lessons

### Unit 3: Eyes Closed!

This Level 3 unit provides various questions about certainty and chance in different games of chance.
3 Lessons