Review and Practice in Investigations 3
The Structure of the CurriculumReview and practice is built into the sequence and structure of the units within and across grades. The units in each strand build on work from previous grades and units, and prepare students for subsequent grades.
Features of a UnitEvery unit includes practice of the content of that unit, as well as review of content from previous units. This work takes place in the whole class setting, independently, and in pairs and small groups, in the following ways: Classroom Routines and Ten-Minute Math Activities These short whole-class activities, taught daily outside of/in addition to the 60-minute class session, offer ongoing skill-building, practice, and review, and help students increase their repertoire of strategies for mental computation and problem-solving.
Math Words and Ideas
This digital resource, referenced on every homework and Daily Practice page, summarizes and illustrates important math words and concepts at each grade, and allows students to revisit and review the important mathematics they are working with throughout the year, in school and at home.
Visit the Grade 3 table of contents and choose a topic to explore.