This page provides you with a sample homeschool math curriculum for 3rd grade kids. It is divided into weeks. You can adjust it according to your needs...
Week 1-2: Place Value and Number Sense
- Recognize, read, and write numbers up to 10,000.
- Understand thousands, hundreds, tens, and ones.
- Compare and order numbers.
Week 3-4: Addition and Subtraction
- Add and subtract numbers within 1,000.
- Use strategies for mental math and estimation.
- Solve multi-step word problems.
Week 5-6: Multiplication Basics
- Introduction to multiplication facts up to 5x5.
- Understand multiplication as equal groups, arrays, and repeated addition.
- Solve simple word problems using multiplication.
Week 7-8: Division Basics
- Understand division as partitioning and sharing.
- Introduction to division facts that correlate with multiplication facts learned.
- Simple word problems with division.
Week 9-10: Time and Calendar
- Tell and write time to the nearest minute.
- Calculate elapsed time.
- Understand days, weeks, and months, and use a calendar effectively.
Week 11-12: Money
- Count and use all bills and coins.
- Solve word problems involving addition, subtraction, and making change with money.
Week 13-14: Advanced Multiplication
- Multiplication facts up to 10x10.
- Begin multiplying 2-digit by 1-digit numbers.
- Introduction to properties of multiplication (associative, commutative, distributive).
Week 15-16: Advanced Division
- Division facts up to basic dividends of 100.
- Begin simple long division without remainders.
Week 17-18: Measurement
- Measure and estimate liquid volumes (liters, milliliters) and masses (grams, kilograms).
- Introduction to the concept of area.
Week 19-20: Geometry - Shapes and Attributes
- Understand and classify polygons based on attributes (number of sides, angles).
- Identify quadrilaterals, including rectangles, squares, parallelograms, and trapezoids.
Week 21-22: Area and Perimeter
- Calculate area by counting unit squares and using the formula (length x width).
- Understand perimeter as the distance around shapes.
Week 23-24: Fractions
- Recognize and generate simple equivalent fractions.
- Understand fractions as parts of a whole, parts of a set, and points on a number line.
- Compare fractions using >, <, =.
Week 25-26: Data Representation
- Solve problems using data from bar graphs, pictographs, and line plots.
- Introduction to basic probability concepts.
Week 27-28: Measurement Continued
- Understand concepts of area and relate the area to multiplication and addition.
- Solve real-world problems involving perimeters of polygons.
Week 29-30: Fractions Continued
- Understand fraction equivalence and ordering.
- Same denominator addition and subtraction of fractions.
Week 31-32: Multiplication and Division Applications
- Solving 2-step word problems using the four operations.
- Identify arithmetic patterns using properties of operations.
Week 33-34: Geometry Continued
- Recognize lines, line segments, rays, perpendicular and parallel lines.
- Identify right angles and recognize them in shapes.
Week 35: Review and Deepen Concepts
- Revisit challenging topics.
- Engage in comprehensive math activities or projects.
Week 36: End-of-Year Assessment and Celebration
- An informal assessment to gauge understanding of the year's concepts.
- Celebrate achievements with fun math challenges and games.
Consistent practice through worksheets, hands-on activities, math-based games, and real-life applications will ensure that concepts are understood deeply and retained. As always, you can adjust the curriculum according to the individual needs and pace of the student.
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