Understanding the Grade 3 Math Syllabus & How You Can Support Your G3 Child

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Below, you’ll find all the Grade 3 topics in KooBits. These are aligned to Singapore’s syllabus, a globally-recognised curriculum. Use it to track your child’s progress before exams!

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### Numbers To 10000

1. Reading and writing numbers in numerals
2. Reading and writing numbers in words
3. Count to 10 000
4. Use a place value chart to show numbers to 10 000
5. Number notation, representations and place values
6. Compare numbers with different digits in the thousands place
7. Compare numbers with the same digits in the thousands place
8. Compare numbers with the same digits in the thousands place and hundreds place
9. Order numbers using a place value chart
10. Number patterns within 10 000
11. Form smallest/biggest odd/even number with 4 given digits

### Addition & Subtraction Within 10000

1. Meaning of Sum
2. Meaning of Difference
3. Add 4-digit numbers without regrouping
4. Add 4-digit numbers with regrouping in hundreds
5. Add 4-digit numbers with regrouping in ones, tens and hundreds
6. Subtract 4-digit numbers without regrouping
7. Subtract 4-digit numbers with regrouping in thousands and hundreds
8. Subtract 4-digit numbers with regrouping in ones, tens, hundreds and thousands
9. Subtract 4-digit numbers across zeros
10. Solve 1-step word problems
11. Solve 2-part word problems
12. Solve 2-step word problems

### Multiplication Tables of 6, 7, 8 and 9

1. Build up the multiplication table of 6
2. Build up the multiplication table of 7
3. Build up the multiplication table of 8
4. Build up the multiplication table of 9
5. Division facts of 6
6. Division facts of 7
7. Division facts of 8
8. Division facts of 9
9. Divide to find the number of items in each group using related multiplication facts of 6, 7, 8 and 9
10. Divide to make equal groups using related multiplication facts of 6, 7, 8 and 9

### Multiplication & Division

1. Multiply a 2-digit number by a 1-digit number without regrouping
2. Multiply a 3-digit number by a 1-digit number without regrouping
3. Multiply a 2-digit number by a 1-digit number with regrouping in ones and tens
4. Multiply a 3-digit number by a 1-digit number with regrouping in ones, tens and hundreds
5. Quotient and Remainder
6. Divide a 1-digit number by a 1-digit number without a remainder
7. Divide a 2-digit number by a 1-digit number with a remainder
8. Divide a 2-digit number by a 1-digit number without regrouping and remainder
9. Divide a 3-digit number by a 1-digit number with regrouping without a remainder
10. Use part-whole models to solve multiplication problems
11. Using comparison models to solve multiplication problems
12. Use comparison models to solve two-step multiplication problems
13. Use part-whole models to solve division problems
14. Use comparison models to solve division problems
15. Use models to solve two-step problems involving whole numbers
16. Two-step problem involving multiplication and subtraction

### Money

1. Value of \$1000
4. Add the dollars and cents using number bonds
5. Add dollars and cents by first adding cents to make one dollar
6. Add dollars and cents by first making dollars
7. Add money by adding one dollar and subtracting the extra cents
8. Add money by first changing dollars and cents to cents
9. Subtract the dollars only
10. Subtract the cents only
11. Subtract the dollars and cents using number bonds
12. Subtract money by subtracting one dollar and adding the extra cents
13. Subtract money by subtracting whole dollars and adding the extra cents
14. Subtract money by first changing dollars and cents to cents
15. Find the sum of two amount represented as dollars in decimal notation and cents respectively
16. Solve two-step word problems involving money

### Length

1. Measuring length in metres and centimetres
2. Convert metres and centimetres to centimetres
3. Convert centimetres to metres and centimetres
4. Measuring length in kilometres and metres
5. Convert kilometres and metres to metres
6. Convert metres to kilometres and metres
7. Solve one-step word problems involving length
8. Solve two-step word problems involving length

### Mass

2. Read scales in kilograms and grams
3. Convert kilograms and grams to grams
4. Convert grams to kilograms and grams
5. Solve one-step word problems involving mass
6. Solve two-step word problems involving mass

### Volume

1. Use litres and millilitres to measure capacity
2. Use measuring cups to measure volume
3. Use measuring cups to measure in litres and millilitres
4. Convert litres and millilitres to millilitres
5. Convert millilitres to litres and millilitres
6. Solve one-step word problems involving volume
7. Solve two-step word problems involving volume

### Time

1. Tell and write time to 1 minute
2. Tell time and use the terms “past” and “to”
3. Convert hours to minutes
4. Convert hours and minutes to minutes
5. Convert minutes to hours and minutes
6. Find duration
7. Find duration in hours and minutes
8. Find the end time given the start time and duration
9. Find the start time given the duration and end time
12. Subtract time without regrouping
13. Subtract time with regrouping
14. Solve word problems involving addition and subtraction of time

### Fractions

1. Understand numerators and denominators
2. Write the equivalent fraction of a given fraction
3. Use multiplication to find equivalent fractions
4. Use division to find equivalent fractions
5. Express a fraction in its simplest form
6. Compare unlike fractions using multiplication
7. Compare unlike fractions using division
8. Order like fractions
9. Compare fractions with the same numerator
10. Compare and order unlike fractions
12. Subtract fractions

### Angles

1. Find angles in shapes and objects around you
2. Count the number of sides and angles of shapes
3. Compare angles to right angles
4. Find right angles in shapes
5. Identify right angles from given figures
6. Identify obtuse angles from given figures
7. Identify acute angles from given figures

### Perpendicular And Parallel Lines

1. Identify perpendicular lines
2. Identify parallel lines
3. Identify horizontal and vertical lines
4. Identify perpendicular relationship between lines
5. Identify parallel relationship between lines

### Area and Perimeter

1. Count square tiles to find area
2. Use square units and half-square units to measure area
3. Find the area of plane figures in square centimetres
4. Find the area of plane surfaces in square metres
5. Find the area of squares and rectangles
6. Find areas involving squares and triangles
7. Find the perimeter of a figure
8. Solve word problems involving the area of squares and rectangles
9. Solve word problems involving the perimeter of squares and rectangles

### Bar Graphs

1. Make bar graphs from picture graphs
2. Read and interpret vertical bar graphs
3. Read and interpret horizontal bar graphs

### High-ability - Numbers To 10000

1. Addition of two numbers written as thousands/hundreds/tens/ones
2. Add or subtract tens/hundreds to/from a number
3. Find a value to an operation in tens/hundreds
4. Find a value to an operation expressed in tens/hundreds

### High-ability - Addition & Subtraction

1. Find the bigger or smaller number, given the difference and the sum of two numbers
2. Find the quantity for an event, given the quantity for the other events and the relationship among various events
3. Find the secret number, given the events of operations and the final value
4. Find the amount for one item, given total amount, amount for another item and the relationship among the items

### High-ability - Multiplication & Division

1. Find the quantity for each item, given total quantity, remaining quantity and number of items
2. Find the quantity for each item, given another quantity-item relationship and number of items
3. Find remaining quantity, given total quantity and a repeated quantity relationship
4. Find the number of items, given total quantity, final quantity and a repeated quantity relationship
5. Find the quantity for an item, given the quantity-item relationship for another item and the relationship among the items
6. Find the number of items, given the total quantity and the unitary quantity of each item
7. Given quantity of one set and relationship between sets, find quantity for another set

### High-ability - Money

1. Find the initial amount, given spending amount and final amount
2. Find the total amount, given amount for one person and the relationship to the other person. Involve dollar-cent conversion
3. Find quantity after an event, given total amount and the price of an item
4. Find the amount for one person, given the amount for the other person and the relationship among various persons
5. Find the amount for an event needed, given the final amount required, amount for one event and the relationship between events
6. Find the total amount, given the amount for one person and the relationship among various persons
7. Find the amount for one person, given total amount and the relationship among various persons
8. Find the amount for an event, given the initial amount, find amount and amount for another event
9. Find the amount for one person, given total amount and the relationship among various persons
10. Find the quantity of notes for one denomination given the total value and the quantity of notes for other denominations
11. Given total amount, amount remaining and number of sets, find amount in each set
12. Given amount for one character and amount relationship, find total amount
13. Given total amount, and number in each set, find number of sets with remainder involved
14. Given amount for one character and amount relationship, find total amount
15. Given total amount and cost of one item, find cost relationship
16. Given final amount and events, find initial amount
17. Given initial amount and unit amount for one event, find final amount
18. Given cost of items and additional amount, find initial amount
19. Given amount for one type of notes and change given, find cost
20. Given unitary cost and cost condition, find total cost
21. Given amounts between different characters, find total amount
22. Given relationships between different quantities of items, find cost of one single item
23. Given total cost, cost of one item and number of items, find cost of the other item
24. Given quantity, amount paid and change amount, find unit price
25. Given total quantity, total amount and unit price of one item, find unit price of the other item
26. Given unit price and total amount, find quantity of one item
27. Given unit price, total amount & difference in unit price, find quantity of one item
28. Given two sets of item-cost relationship, find amount for a set of items

### High-ability - Measurement

1. Given the initial length and an event, find final length
2. Given the distance run by one character and distance relationship, find distance run by another character
3. Given initial length and unit length in one event, find final length
4. Given total height and height for one character, find difference in height by conversion of units
5. Given travelled distance and remaining distance, find total distance by conversion of units
6. Given total mass and mass relationship, find mass of one item
7. Given initial mass and one event, find final mass with conversion of units
8. Given initial mass and number of sets, find final mass
9. Given mass of one item and total mass, find difference in mass by conversion of units
10. Given initial mass and required mass, find final mass by conversion of units
11. Given single and repeated volume, find total volume
12. Given initial volume and repeated volume, find final volume
13. Given unitary volume, find total volume
14. Given total capacity and required volume, find initial volume with conversion of units
15. Given total volume and unitary volume, find number of containers
16. Given total volume and volume relationship, find volume for one character
17. Given initial volume and number of sets, find final volume
18. Given total volume and volume of one item, find difference between volumes with conversion of units

### High-ability - Time

1. Given time in duration, find time before or after
2. Given duration expressed in hours and minutes, convert to minutes
3. Find number of days for a given duration
4. Given starting and ending time, find duration
5. Given ending time and duration, find starting time
6. Find ending time given starting time and duration, with concept of past
7. Given time for an event and relative time on a watch, find actual time
8. Find total time duration given two events
9. Find difference in time given two events
10. Given ending time and duration of two events, find starting time
11. Given starting time and duration of two events, find ending time
12. Given starting time and ending time, find part of duration
13. Given ending time, duration of events and time relationship, find starting time of one character
14. Given amount for unit time, find total amount within a period of time
15. Given total time and relationship between time spent, find duration for one event

### High-ability - Fractions

1. Solve word problems involving the sum of two given fractions
2. Solve word problems involving the difference between 1 whole and related fractions
3. Given initial quantity and one event, find fraction of item left
4. Given initial quantity and two events, find fraction of item left
5. Given initial quantity, fraction of quantity remaining, find quantity in one event
6. Given quantities of items, find fraction of one item within a group

### High-ability - Bar Graphs

1. Bar graph reading, unit value
2. Bar graph reading, unit and scale
4. Bar graph reading, more or less
5. Bar graph reading, unitary item
6. Solve problem using data given in a bar graph
7. Solve problem using data given in a bar graph with two or more bars
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