Canadian Fundamental Workbook - Grade 3 by Sarah J. CarrollCanadian Fundamental Workbook - Grade 3 by Sarah J. Carroll

Canadian Fundamental Workbook - Grade 3

bySarah J. Carroll

Other | September 15, 2010

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Dear Parents,

Welcome to the giant Grade 3 Workbook!  Every page is chock full of exercises, games, and puzzles that reinforce the main concepts taught in Grade 3 plus colourful illustrations that stimulate a sense of fun.

The activities provide language and math curriculum practice that can be used during the school year to reinforce school learning, as summer preparation for an upcoming grade, or as review between grades.

By the end of Grade 3, students should be able to read and demonstrate an understanding of a variety of texts using knowledge of words and cueing systems to read fluently.  They should be able to compare and order numbers to 1000, add and subtract three-digit numbers, multiply one-digit numbers, and calculate division by one-digit divisors.  They build on skills they have developed in Grade 2 and prepare for the junior division when they enter Grade 4.

Practice is essential in helping students become confident learners, but remember that all children learn at their own rate.  The exercises have been ordered to help children build on skills previously introduced; however many children may wish to complete the book in a different order.

In the math section, you will find explanations that will help familiarize you with some of the current terminology used in schools.  For example, in the addition and subtraction section, the term “re-grouping”, (which has replaced “borrowing”, a change that often causes confusion between parents and children) is demonstrated for the benefit of the student and the parent.

Parents, the activities in this book will challenge your Grade 3 children and provide them with important practice, while the mixture of imaginative activities means they will have fun completing every page!

Finally, a big thank you to the kids who field-tested the workbook: Samantha Casey, Corrina Malfatti, Kaylin Miller, and Matthew Proctor.

Sarah J. Carroll, M.A., B.Ed.

Title:Canadian Fundamental Workbook - Grade 3Format:OtherDimensions:37 pages, 1 × 1 × 1 inPublished:September 15, 2010Publisher:Telegraph RoadLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1770620761

ISBN - 13:9781770620766

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Well Done i really like this work book for my kids. I have kids that are 8-10 years old. This book is great because when a child comes home from school without homework I can easily rip out a page from this book and there they have homework! All the sheets contain all the instructions which are easy to follow. Kids need little to no assistance with the assignments :)
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Dear Parents,Welcome to the giant Grade 3 Workbook!  Every page is chock full of exercises, games, and puzzles that reinforce the main concepts taught in Grade 3 plus colourful illustrations that stimulate a sense of fun.The activities provide language and math curriculum practice that can be used during the school year to reinforce school learning, as summer preparation for an upcoming grade, or as review between grades.By the end of Grade 3, students should be able to read and demonstrate an understanding of a variety of texts using knowledge of words and cueing systems to read fluently.  They should be able to compare and order numbers to 1000, add and subtract three-digit numbers, multiply one-digit numbers, and calculate division by one-digit divisors.  They build on skills they have developed in Grade 2 and prepare for the junior division when they enter Grade 4.Practice is essential in helping students become confident learners, but remember that all children learn at their own rate.  The exercises have been ordered to help children build on skills previously introduced; however many children may wish to complete the book in a different order.In the math section, you will find explanations that will help familiarize you with some of the current terminology used in schools.  For example, in the addition and subtraction section, the term “re-grouping”, (which has replaced “borrowing”, a change that often causes confusion between parents and children) is demonstrated for the benefit of the student and the parent.Parents, the activities in this book will challenge your Grade 3 children and provide them with important practice, while the mixture of imaginative activities means they will have fun completing every page!Finally, a big thank you to the kids who field-tested the workbook: Samantha Casey, Corrina Malfatti, Kaylin Miller, and Matthew Proctor.Sarah J. Carroll, M.A., B.Ed.