Maths Mastery Primary 3

Primary 3 is when the Maths syllabus becomes unrealistically difficult for some newly-minted P3 students. There is now an increasing need to strengthen foundational knowledge gained at the lower primary levels and bridge the gap to upper primary by introducing advanced word problems.


Your child will be proficient in:

  1. Whole numbers such as addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division of up to 3-digit numbers;
  2. Fractions such as recognizing and naming equivalent fractions, listing the first 8 equivalent fractions of a given fraction, comparing and ordering unlike fractions, etc.;
  3. Measurement such as measurement in compound units, conversion of a measurement in compound units to smaller units, and vice versa, etc., area and perimeter, measurement of the area in square units, square centimeters/ meters, etc.;
  4. Geometry such as angles (excluding the use of the terms 'acute', 'obtuse' and 'reflex' angles);
  5. Data Analysis such as bar graphs.
Maths Mastery Primary 3