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Math Buddy covers all the topics of class 3. Topics include views, transformations, place value representation, measurements, identify shapes, patterns, add with carry, subtract with borrow, time, multiplication concepts, division, volume, weights, currency counting and many more interactive activities, worksheets and assessments for better understanding of the math concepts.
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NCERT - Class 3
- 2. Fun with Numbers
- Place Value Representation
- How numbers grow?
- Representing numbers using place value blocks
- Let us identify the number
- Group the blocks and Identify
- Identify the Domino number
- Domino number representation
- Identify the Place Value
- Expand the Number
- Expanded and Numerical forms
- Comparison of Numbers
- Comparison using place value blocks
- Which number is bigger?
- Compare the two numbers
- Order the numbers
- Find the largest or smallest number
- Number line representation
- Place Value Representation
- 3. Give and Take
- Addition of Numbers - Part I
- Let us add some cookies
- Regrouping
- Add cookies and packs of cookies
- Addition using Number Blocks
- Add using Number Line
- Addition of Numbers - Part II
- Place value addition
- Let us add some numbers
- Fill the Addition Tree
- Can you Identify the Addition Pattern?
- Place value subtraction
- Compare the two numbers
- Addition of Numbers - Part I
- 4. Long and Short
- Measurement of Length - Introduction
- Need for measuring
- Estimate the length
- Estimate length using paperclips
- Standard for measurement
- Various measuring standards
- Can you name the unit?
- Measurement of Length - Skill Practice
- Length Measurement Units
- Identify the right device
- Let us measure some lengths
- Measure using a ruler
- Can you read distances from a map?
- Conversion between kilometer and meter
- Let us add some lengths
- Measurement of Length - Introduction
- 5. Shapes and Designs
- Identifying Shapes
- Identify the shapes
- What shapes do these look like?
- Identify and color the shapes
- Identify these solid shapes
- Which solid shapes do these look like?
- Vertices and Sides. How many are there?
- Introduction to Views
- Playing with Patterns
- Create the pattern shown by coloring
- Create the pattern shown by tiling
- Play with Tangrams
- Let us create some patterns
- Identifying Shapes
- 7. Time Goes On....
- Date and Timelines
- Read the Calendar
- What day was your birthday?
- Let us convert time and date units
- Read a simple timeline
- Represent in a timeline
- Measurement of Time (review)
- Can you tell the time?
- Set the time in the clock
- Time in words
- Number of Seconds in a Minute
- Number of Minutes in an Hour
- Measurement of Time
- What is the correct unit?
- Arrange the times in order
- Can you read the time table?
- 24 hour clock
- What would be the time?
- Which train would you take?
- Date and Timelines
- 8. Who is Heavier?
- Measurement of Weight
- Fun at the Park
- Units of weight
- Measure the weight using Balls
- Balance the weighing machine
- Measure using measuring blocks
- Look at the balance and Compare
- Weight Measurement Units
- Let us estimate the weights
- Conversion between Kilograms and Grams
- Let us add some weights
- Compare the weights of two objects
- How much weight do I need to add?
- Calculate the total weight
- How many objects do I need?
- Measurement of Weight
- 9. How Many Times?
- Introduction to Multiplication
- Introduction to Multiplication
- Let us add some objects
- Groups of objects
- Represent in groups and items
- Identify the correct picture
- Multiplication as repeated addition
- Multiplication - Combat Zone
- Multiplication Concepts
- Cookies and chips
- Let us build a multiplication table
- Represent the problem using strips
- How fast can you multiply?
- Let us do some skip counting
- Skip count using a number Line
- Multiply using place value blocks
- Step by Step Multiplication
- Multiplication Techniques
- Let us have some noodles
- Represent using blocks
- Identify the problem
- Multiplication Express
- Build table using smaller tables
- Help me with the recipe
- Step by Step Multiplication
- Introduction to Multiplication
- 12. Can We Share?
- Introduction to Division
- Let us share some objects
- Division by Grouping
- Division as repeated subtraction
- Identify the correct picture
- Frame the division statement
- How many groups can you form?
- Word problems in division
- Division Techniques
- Relationship between Multiplication and Division
- Repeated subtraction using a numberline
- Let us bag some oranges
- Long division using oranges
- Long division practice
- Understand and Divide
- How fast can you divide?
- Introduction to Division
- 13. Smart Charts
- Representing data using Pictographs
- Representation using pictures
- Can you represent using pictures?
- How can we represent bigger data?
- Let us represent bigger data
- Fruits in a basket
- Data Representation Using Pictographs and Bar Charts
- Pictographs with Full and Half Pictures
- Can you represent using pictures?
- Let us build a Frequency Table
- Interpret a Bar Graph
- Let us create a Bar Graph
- Representing data using Pictographs