###### 8 – 9 years

Third grade (also called grade three, equivalent to Year 4 in the UK) is a year of primary education in many countries. It is the third school year of primary school. Students are usually 8–9 years old, depending on when their birthday occurs.

#### Skills that Children Will Learn

• Multiplication and division facts within 100
• Finding the area of rectangles
• Telling time to the minute and intervals of time
• Adding and subtracting within 1000
• The concept of basic fractions (denominators of 2,3,4,6,8) and equivalent fractions using visual representations
• Classifying quadrilaterals and calculating perimeter
• Representing data on bar graphs and line plots
• Rounding to the nearest 10 and 100
• Measuring and estimating mass and liquid volume
• Measuring and estimating mass and liquid volume
• Creating pictographs with scales
• Multiplication and Area (7 weeks)
• Division of Whole Numbers (6 weeks)
• Telling Time and Intervals of Time (3 weeks)
• Fractions (5 weeks)
• Representing Data with Graphs (2 weeks)
• Whole Number Applications (4 weeks)
• SBAC Exposure (2 weeks)
• Quadrilaterals and Perimeter (4 weeks)
• Mass and Volume (2 weeks)