Year 3 Maths Mastery
Practice and consolidation play a key part in the mastery approach to help children build fluency and understanding of mathematical concepts. In Year 3 the numbers that children work with will get larger, including hundreds, tens and ones, but by the end of the year children should be able to use facts and procedures confidently, recall key facts and be able to show and explain their understanding.
We have organised the terms using a typical maths mastery block programme. At the moment we have included enough material for one worksheet/set a day. See the links below for more detail about each block.
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How much change from £2 if these amounts have been spent?
Put four amounts in order, using both amounts in pounds and pence.
Reading the time has always been a problem for many children. Here we read minutes past and minutes to the hour, with intervals of 5 minutes.