# Year 3

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Year 3 Menu

## Year 3

In each unit you will find:

- A ‘What we are learning’ section which will guide you through the key areas of learning for this unit, and how best to help your child
- Videos for you and your child to watch
- Activities for you and your child to do together
- An extension activity to deepen your child’s understanding of this unit

#### Unit Content:

- Unit 1: We can read and write numbers to 1000 and put them in order
- Unit 2: We can split a number into hundreds, tens and ones.
- Unit 3: We know the sum and difference of any pair of numbers to 20. We can add and subtract multiples of 10 or 100 in our head.
- Unit 4: We can add and subtract one–digit and two–digit numbers in our heads.
- Unit 5: We can explain how we add and subtract numbers in our heads. We can explain how to put three–digit numbers in order.
- Unit 6: We can explain how we solve problems.
- Using Our Maths A
- Unit 7: We can round numbers to the nearest 10 or 100. We can estimate a sum or difference before calculating.
- Unit 8: We can add and subtract multiples of 10 or 100 in our head. We know number pairs that total 100.
- Unit 9: We can multiply by 10 or 100 and say what happens to the number we multiply
- Unit 10: We know our tables for 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 10. We can use our knowledge of doubling to multiply numbers by 4 and 8.
- Unit 11: We can solve a problem by writing down what calculation we should do. We can use a number line to calculate.
- Using Our Maths B
- Unit 12a: We can add and subtract numbers using an empty number line. We can add and subtract numbers using partitioning.
- Unit 12b: We can add numbers using the expanded column method
- Unit 12c: We can subtract numbers using the expanded column method
- Unit 12d: We can subtract numbers using the expanded column method using partitioning with exchange
- Unit 13: We can use our tables for 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 10 to work out division facts. We can explain why numbers are multiples of 2, 5, or 10.
- Unit 14: We can use the tables facts that we know to work out division facts. We can multiply or divide a two–digit number by a one–digit number.
- Using Our Maths C