The above worksheets cover all the strands in the Grade 3 mathematics curriculum. These resources are part of a book written by Ray Mirshahi in 1998 and 1999. They are packed with well designed multiple choice questions. All have extensively been used and tested in a few classrooms with great results. The exercises can be used to introduce concepts in mathematics, as pre-tests or summative assessments. Sometimes questions are broken down into steps that help the students understand them better, encouraging them to develop similar problem-solving strategies when working independently. More resources will be added as extensions to allow the students to explain their thinking and show their strategies. Teachers can also ask the students to show their work even on multiple choice questions therefore justifying their answer.

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## Table of Contents

## Grade 3 Printable Mathematics Modules Supported with Interactive Resources

## Exercise 1: Place Value

This exercise will help the students in the following areas:Interactive Resources

## Exercise 2 a: Fractions

## Exercise 2 b: Fractions (6 pages - NOT multiple choice)

## Exercise 2 c: Fractions (mixed numbers, improper fractions and problem-solving)

These exercises will help the students in the following areas:Interactive Resources

## Exercise 3: Area and Perimeter (1)

This exercise will help the students in the following areas:8 different grids that may be used for practice.

Geo Board (Area and Perimeter, etc.) (outside link)

Interactive Resources

## Exercise 4: Area and Perimeter (2)

This exercise will help the students in the following areas:Interactive Resources

## Exercise 5: Mapping and Directions

This exercise will help the students in the following areas:Interactive Resources

## Exercise 6: Measurement (General)

This exercise will help the students in the following areas:Interactive Resources

## Exercise 7: Money

This exercise will help the students in the following areas:Interactive Resources

## Exercise 8: Time and Calendar

This exercise will help the students in the following areas:Interactive Resources

## Exercise 9: Time Measurement

This exercise will help the students in the following areas:Interactive Resources

## Exercise 10: Geometry (1)

This exercise will help the students in the following areas:2D and 3D GeometrySpelling Geometrical Shapes and Solids

## Exercise 11: Geometry (2)

This exercise will help the students in the following areas:Interactive Resources

## Exercise 12: Patterning (1)

This exercise will help the students in the following areas:Interactive Resources

## Exercise 13: Patterning (2)

This exercise will help the students in the following areas:Interactive Resources

## Exercise 14: Patterning (3)

This exercise will help the students in the following areas:Interactive Resources## Exercise 15: Bar Graphs

This exercise will help the students in the following areas:Interactive Resources:

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## Exercise 16: Pictographs, Tally Charts, Circle Graphs, Sorting

This exercise will help the students in the following areas:Interactive Resources:

Bar Graph:http://mirshahi.wikispaces.com/Bar+Graph+Generator

Pictograph: http://mirshahi.wikispaces.com/Pictograph+Maker

Line Graph:http://mirshahi.wikispaces.com/Line+Graph+Maker

Circle Graph:http://mirshahi.wikispaces.com/Circle+Graph

## Exercise 17 a: Venn Diagrams

## Exercise 17 b: Venn Diagrams (sorting Geometric shapes and solids-NOT multiple choice)

This exercise will help the students in the following areas:Interactive Resources: TBA

## Exercise 18: Probability

This exercise will help the students in the following areas:Interactive Resources

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## Instructions:

The above worksheets cover all the strands in the Grade 3 mathematics curriculum. These resources are part of a book written by Ray Mirshahi in 1998 and 1999. They are packed with well designed multiple choice questions. All have extensively been used and tested in a few classrooms with great results. The exercises can be used to introduce concepts in mathematics, as pre-tests or summative assessments. Sometimes questions are broken down into steps that help the students understand them better, encouraging them to develop similar problem-solving strategies when working independently. More resources will be added as extensions to allow the students to explain their thinking and show their strategies. Teachers can also ask the students to show their work even on multiple choice questions therefore justifying their answer.

## Suggested Lessons or Activities:

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## Other Related Modules and Useful Links:

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