# Rediscovering Mathematics for the Caribbean: Grade 3

Rediscovering Mathematics for the Caribbean: Grade Three, is the fifth of a comprehensive series of eight textbooks which covers the requirements of the Mathematics syllabuses for Primary Schools in the Caribbean. The text provides a firm foundation in Mathematics for primary school pupils utilizing a learner-centred approach.

Some Key Features:

Basic numeracy skills are emphasized and topics are carefully introduced.

Numerals, exercises and illustrations provide pupils with a lot of practice, thereby enhancing their understanding of mathematical concepts.

Concepts are expressed in simple, clear and easy to understand language that is appropriate to the grade level and subject.

Meaningful connections are made to real life situations.

Other features include activities that provide opportunities for students to engage in critical thinking and problem solving, and students are required to perform tasks that extend and reinforce knowledge and skills learnt. The language used throughout the series is simple and straightforward and pupils and teachers should find the learning and teaching experience fun and quite enjoyable.

- Cover Page
- Title Page
- Copyright Page
- Acknowledgement
- Preface
- Dedication
- Contents
- Number
- Place Value
- Reviewing Two-Digit Numbers
- Reviewing Three-Digit Numbers
- Hundreds, Tens And Ones
- Using An Abacus To Write Three-Digit Numbers
- Thousands
- What does addition mean?
- Adding using the Number Line
- Adding numbers horizontally and vertically without and with regrouping (renaming)

- Comparing Numbers
- Order And Pattern
- Comparing Numbers Within 1000

- Expanded Notation
- Expand And Add
- Expanded Notation with Renaming

- Addition
- Think About it
- Subtraction
- Review
- Subtraction Using The Number Line
- Subtraction of Numbers within 10,000
- Subtraction — With Regrouping (Renaming) in Hundreds and Thousands
- Subtraction Plus Regrouping (Renaming) When Necessary – Ones, Tens, Hundreds and Thousands
- Regrouping In Ones, Tens, Hundreds, And Thousands

- Think About It
- Cardinal Numbers
- Ordinal Numbers
- Odd or Even?
- Let’s Review

- The Calculator
- What Is A Calculator?
- Using A Calculator

- The Dozen (12)
- Greater Than or Less Than, Equal To (< , > or =)
- Rounding Off Numbers
- The Roman Numeral System
- Money
- What is money?
- Change To Cents Only
- Adding Money With Renaming
- Subtraction Of Money
- Subtraction Of Money With Regrouping (Renaming)
- Division Of Money
- Money – Writing Bills

- Think About it
- Let’s Learn to Skip-Count
- Multiplication
- Doing Multiplication By Using Arrays
- Multiplication Using Pairs
- Multiply By Using A Table Or A Chart
- Commutative Multiplication
- Multiplying Three-Digit Numbers By One-Digit Number Without Renaming
- Multiplying Three-Digit Numbers By One-Digit Number With Renaming
- Zero Property Of Multiplication
- Multiplying On A Number Line
- More Practice

- Division
- Division – The Opposite Of Multiplication
- Divided By 0 And Divided By 1
- Long Division
- Division With Remainder

- Know Your Patterns
- Complete Sequences
- Creating Patterns
- Using Numbers
- Extending Number Patterns
- Pattern In Geometry
- Growing And Shrinking Patterns
- Number Pattern On The Hundred Chart

- Fractions
- What Is A Fraction?
- Identifying Fractions
- Fractions: Halves, Thirds And Quarters
- Equivalent Fractions
- Fractions – Part Of A Set
- Finding The Fraction Of A Set
- Comparing And Ordering Fractions
- Comparing and ordering fractions with the same denominator
- Comparing And Ordering Fractions With Different Denominators
- More On Equivalent Fractions
- Proper Fractions
- Improper Fractions
- Mixed Numbers
- Addition And Subtraction Of Fractions With Like Denominators
- Addition And Subtraction Of Fractions With Unlike Denominators

- Finding the Unknown
- Finding ‘n’ in a Mathematical sentence

- Think About It
- Bar Modelling
- Addition and Subtraction
- Multiplication and Division

- Measurement
- The Metric System
- Instruments Used For Measuring

- Length
- Metre
- Addition Of Length
- Subtraction Of Length
- Multiplication Of Length
- Division Of Length

- Mass
- Gram
- Addition And Subtraction Of Mass
- Multiplication Of Mass
- Division Of Mass
- Problem Solving
- Estimate And Verify Mass/Weightof Various Objects

- Capacity/Volume
- Litre
- Let’s Read
- Multiplication Of Litres
- Division Of Litres
- More Practice

- Think About It
- Telling Time
- Minutes Past The Hour
- Minutes To The Hour
- Adding Hours And Minutes
- Subtraction: When The Greaterminutes Are At The Bottom
- Days And Weeks
- Addition Of Days And Weeks
- Subtraction Of Days And Weeks
- Multiplication Of Days And Weeks
- Division Of Days And Weeks

- Temperature
- Think About It
- Polygons
- Perimeter
- Area
- Area of a Rectangle
- Area of a Square

- Area of a Rectangle

- Area

- Perimeter
- Lines, Paths, Shapes
- Lines And Curves
- Angles
- Naming Angles

- Closed and Open Figures
- Solids and Plane Shapes
- Line of Symmetry
- Statistics – HandlingData
- Pictograph
- Bar Graphs
- Pie Charts

- Probability
- Assessment
- Do You Know YourMultiplication Tables?
- Good To Know