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GPLMSGrade 3Day 11.Read carefully:a)The place or position of a digit in a number gives the value of that digit.b)In the number 273,2, 7 and 3 are called digits. 2 is the hundreds digit, 7the tens digit and 3 the units digit.c)In the number 273, the value of digit 2 is 200, the value of digit 7 is 70and the value of digit 3 is 3.d)273 is read “two hundred and seventy-three”.e)273 written in expanded form is 200 70 3 or 2 hundreds 7 tens 3 units.f)273 contains 273 units, 27 tens or 2 hundreds.2.a)The units digit in the number 74 isb)The tens digit in the number 236 isc)The tens digit in the number 326 isd)The hundreds digit in the number 362 is3.“Break-down” each number into hundreds, tens and units.Example:456 400 50 6 or 456 4 100 5 10 6 or 4H 5T 6Ua)214 b)421 c)142 d)392 e)239 4.Write each of the expanded numbers in short form.Example:500 40 3 543a)700 30 1 b)100 60 9 c)300 50 6 d)600 20 8 e)400 80 8 5.a)In the number 572,the value of digit 7 isb)the value of digit 5 isPage 1 of 21

GPLMSGrade 36.a)In the number 458,the value of digit 4 is7.Write down the number which containsa)4 units, 5 tens and 6 hundredsb)7 units, 8 tens and 0 hundredsc)15 units and 7 tensd)36 units and 4 hundredse)0 units, 13 tens and 2 hundreds8.Complete:a)In 237 there are units, tens or hundreds.b)In 309 there are units, tens or hundreds.c)In 485 there are units, tens or hundreds.9.Write down the given numbers from the smallest to the greatest.a)125142152b)124the value of digit 5 is215b)237537137337437c)47546542541544510.Write down the given numbers from the greatest to the 5345315355d)572372672772472Page 2 of 21

GPLMSGrade 3Day 2.1.Write down the number name for each of the following.a)167b)308c)243d)359e)491f)2342.Write down the number symbol and number name for the whole numberthat is betweena)169 and 171b)311 and 3133.Write down the number symbol and the number name for the wholenumber that comes directly beforea)138b)271c)3204.Write down the number symbol and the number name for the wholenumber that comes directly aftera)246b)329c)460Page 3 of 21

GPLMS5.Grade 3Write “is greater than“ or “is less than“ between each pair of numbers tomake the correct sentences.Examples: a) 343 is greater than 243b) 227 is less than 272c) 526 562d) 684 648e) 435 465f) 278 287g) 702 692h) 303 3306.Write down the missing numbers on each number line.a) 126b)c) 168170 355e) 470g)h) 249 365370 350450 130 252428 480 650 176424f) 128243d) 436 510 750 750800 Page 4 of 21

GPLMSi) Grade 3 600620 740760 560j)k) 400l)m) 125150 300n) 650 800 500 600 200 350375 700725Day 3.1.Write down the answers as quickly as you can.a) 5 3 b) 6 5 c) 9 3 d) 7 6 7 2 7 4 7 5 8 5 3 4 8 3 8 4 9 4 2 3 9 2 6 6 4 9 e) 11 4 f) 12 3 11 6 12 6 13 6 14 5 11 9 12 8 13 7 14 6 i)15 2 j) 16 1 g) 13 4 h) 14 3 k) 17 1 l)13 3 15 4 16 2 17 2 14 4 15 5 16 4 17 3 16 3 Page 5 of 21

GPLMS2.Grade 3Complete the following addition sums.a) 12 1 7 b) 4 1 15 c) 14 5 d) 15 6 11 2 7 6 1 13 14 7 15 8 13 2 5 7 1 12 14 9 15 9 e) 16 6 f) 17 5 16 8 17 7 18 7 19 7 16 9 17 8 18 9 19 9 3.g) 18 6 h) 19 5 Fill up tens to complete. Example: 17 9 3 29 because 17 3 20.a) 14 8 6 b) 11 7 9 c) 12 9 8 16 9 4 13 9 7 19 8 1 18 7 2 15 8 5 14 9 6 4.Write down the next 4 numbers in each sequence.a)240 ; 243 ; 246 ;b)240 ; 245 ; 250 ;c)240 ; 244 ; 248 ;d)240 ; 250 ; 260 ;5.Write down the next 3 numbers in each sequence.a)200 ; 300 ; 400 ;b)350 ; 400 ; 450 ;c)420 ; 440 ; 460 ;d)700 ; 720 ; 740 ;e)700 ; 725 ; 750 ;f)525 ; 550 ; 575 ;6.Write down the answers only.a) 130 60 b) 240 50 c) 350 80 137 60 246 50 357 80 160 30 270 70 480 90 164 30 278 70 485 90 Page 6 of 21

GPLMS7.Grade 3Calculate by “adding on”.Example:357 49Answer:357 40 397 9 406a)263 156263 100 6 b)348 233c)574 128d)419 2658.Calculate by “filling up” tens.Example:267 76or76 267 267 3 73 270 73 343 76 4 263 3438 tens 26 tens 34 tensb) 289 149a) 194 69 Day 4.1. 80 26327 tens 7 tens 34 tensAddition of 3-digit numbers using various methods.“Break-down” both numbers and then add units, tens and hundredsMethod 1.263 326a)318 276 200 60 3 300 20 6 200 300 60 20 3 6 500 589 80 9Page 7 of 21

GPLMSb) d) Grade 3c) 422 379194 189 e) 633 148568 232 Method 2.Calculate: 236 326Answer:andb)3 660 20a) 9 80and200 300 500means263 326 589454 188347 154c) 514 279d) 176 286e) 558 186Page 8 of 21

GPLMSGrade 3Method 3.Calculate:Answer:b)a)268 475268 200 60 8 278 475 400 70 5 268 475 600 130 13 743 c)416 593 185 259 2.325 051015202530Use the above number line to round off each of the given numbers tothe nearest 10.Examples:a)14 rounded off to the nearest 10 is 10.b)17 rounded off to the nearest 10 is 20.c)15 rounded off to the nearest 10 is 20.(14 is closer to 10 than to 20)(17 is closer to 20 than to 10)(15 is equally far from 10 and 20)d)28 rounded off to the nearest 10 is(28 is closer to than )e)23 rounded off to the nearest 10 is(23 is closer to than )f)25 rounded off to the nearest 10 is(25 is )3.a) NumberNumber rounded off tothe nearest 10b) Number Number rounded off tothe nearest 1076247103724125465Page 9 of 21

GPLMSGrade 3Day 5.1.Write down the answers as quickly as you can.a) 10 - 3 b) 11 - 2 c) 12 - 4 d) 13 - 4 10 - 5 11 - 4 12 - 5 13 - 6 10 - 8 11 - 6 12 - 8 13 - 7 10 - 9 11 - 8 12 - 9 13 - 8 e) 14 - 3 f) 15 - 4 g) 16 - 7 h) 18 - 9 14 - 6 15 - 7 16 - 8 18 - 18 14 - 7 15 - 8 17 - 8 19 - 9 14 - 9 15 - 9 17 - 9 19 - 19 Calculate.a) 16 - 3 - 4 b) 17 - 5 - 4 c) 18 - 5 - 4 d) 19 - 6 - 5 16 - 7 - 2 17 - 6 - 5 18 - 8 - 5 19 - 7 - 8 16 - 5 - 3 17 - 8 - 2 18 - 9 - 2 19 - 8 - 6 2.3.Complete:a)is 5 less than 41b) is 7 less than 72c)is 8 less than 63d) is 9 less than 103e)is 10 less than 158f) is 20 less than 184g)is 60 less than 173h) is 50 less than 296i)is 40 less than 386j) is 70 less than 348k)is 60 less than 438l)4.a)Complete:35 is 7 more thanb) 44 is 6 more thanc)58 is 9 more thand) 87 is 20 more thane)73 is 40 more thanf) 129 is 30 more thang)163 is 70 more thanh) 212 is 50 more thanis 80 less than 4515.Write down the next 4 numbers in each sequence.a)174 ; 173 ; 172 ;b)174 ; 172 ; 170 ;Page 10 of 21

GPLMSGrade 3c)174 ; 171 ; 168 ;d)265 ; 260 ; 255 ;e)340 ; 330 ; 320 ;6.Write down the next 3 numbers in each sequence.a)900 ; 800 ; 700 ;b)650 ; 600 ; 550 ;c)380 ; 360 ; 340 ;d)700 ; 680 ; 660 ;e)400 ; 375 ; 350 ;f)875 ; 850 ; 825 ;7.“Break-down” the smaller number and subtract each part.Calculate:Example:168 - 76Answer:168 - 70 98 - 6 92or168 - 76 168 - 70 - 6 98 - 6 92a)194 - 87 194 - - or197 - 87 194 - - - b)356 - 167 356 - - or356 - 167 c)441 - 238 or441 - 238 Page 11 of 21

GPLMSDay 6.Grade 3Subtraction of 3-digit numbers from 3-digit numbers using variousmethods.1.“Break-down” both numbers, subtract the units from one another, thetens from one another and the hundreds from one another.Remember to subtract 46 means to subtract 40 and then subtract 6 orsubtract 6 and then subtract 40.Method 1.369 - 134 300 60 9 - 100 - 30 - 4 300 - 100 60 - 30 9 - 4 200 235 30 5b) 274 - 153a)478 - 216 c)597 - 254 Method 2.Example:Calculate 277 - 142Answer:7-2 5and70 - 40 30and200 - 100 100means277 - 142 135b) 585 - 324a) 369 - 247c) 467 - 254Page 12 of 21

GPLMSGrade 32.Complete:a)167 100 60 7or167 100 50 b)254 200 50 4or254 200 14c)328 300 20 8or328 300 10 or 200 8d)473 400 70 3or473 400 60 or 300 33.“Break-down” both numbers to calculate the answers.Extension of method 1.[Remember 263 200 60 3 or 200 50 13]263 - 127 200 60 3 - 100 - 20 - 7 200 50 13 - 100 - 20 - 7 200 - 100 50 - 20 13 - 7 100 30 6 136a) 345 - 138b) 466 - 238c) 574 - 259d) 657 - 329e) 329 - 146f) 425 - 274Page 13 of 21

GPLMSGrade 3Day 7.1.Extension of method 2.Example:Calculate 263 - 127Answer:13 -7 6and50 - 20 30and200 - 100 100means263 - 127 136a) 454 - 135[263 200 50 13]c) 468 - 275b) 349 - 156Method 3.Examples:Calculate 346 - 123andAnswers:346 300 40 6455 300 150 5- 123 - 100 - 20 - 3- 263 - 200 - 60 - 3346 - 123 200 20 3455 - 263 100 90 2 223a)-469 134 455 - 263 192b)-562 258 c)d)737 -265 -645 372 Page 14 of 21

GPLMS4.Grade 3Write down what is shown on each number line.Example:a) 012345678910Answer:b) 0Answer:2 2 2 2 8 or 4 jumps of 2 8 or 4 twos 8. 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 205.Use repeated addition to find the value ofa)6 eightsa)b)6.Use repeated addition to double each of the following numbers.b)Example: Double 26 26 265 ninesa) Double 18 20 6 20 6 40 12 52 b) Double 25 c) Double 34 d) Double 29 e) Double 37 Page 15 of 21

GPLMSGrade 37.Complete: The first four multiples ofa)6 are6, , , 24by adding on sixes.b)7 are7, , ,byc)9 are9, , ,by8.Complete: The multiples ofa)3 between 15 and 27 are , ,b)5 between 25 and 45. are , ,c)8 between 40 and 72. are , ,9.Write down the answers as quickly as you can.a) 2 2 b) 2 3 c) 2 4 d) 2 5 3 2 3 3 3 4 3 5 4 2 4 3 4 4 4 5 5 2 5 3 5 4 5 5 6 2 6 3 6 4 6 5 Day 8.1.Write down the answers as quickly as you can.a) 10 2 b) 10 3 9 2 9 3 9 4 9 5 8 2 8 3 8 4 8 5 7 2 7 3 7 4 7 5 f) 7 2 g) 4 3 h) 3 4 e) 5 2 i)c) 10 4 d) 10 5 5 4 7 4 8 3 6 4 6 2 8 2 4 5 3 3 6 4 8 4 8 5 6 3 7 1 j) 4 4 k) 9 3 l)10 2 8 2 5 5 8 4 9 5 5 3 3 3 7 5 8 3 6 5 2 2 6 2 7 4 Page 16 of 21

GPLMS2.Grade 3Complete:a) 3 10 b) 7 10 3.8 10 3 20 3 30 5 10 9 10 4 20 2 40 6 10 10 10 5 20 2 50 InputOutputComplete each flow-diagram.RuleOutput4 38InputRule57 58 4d)InputRule3Output354.b)6c)d) 2 30 4 10 Inputa)c) 2 20 RuleOutput257 10Complete each of the following multiplication grids.What do you notice about the answers in row 2 and row 3?a) 123456789101234567891024b) 36Page 17 of 21

GPLMSGrade 3Day 9.1.Multiply by “breaking-down” the 2-digit number.Method 1.Example:3 24 3 (20 4)a)2 43 3 20 3 4 60 12 72b)d)4 16 c)3 28 5 19 e)4 23 Method 2.Example:3 24a) 4 19Answer:3 4 12and3 20 60means3 24 72b) 5 13c) 3 282.Mark the shapes which have only straight edges with a “ “ and those withcurved edges with a “ “.3.a)How many sides does a rectangle have?b)How many sides does a triangle have?c)How many sides does a square have?Page 18 of 21

GPLMS4.Grade 3Write “t” inside each triangle, “c” inside each circle and “r” inside eachrectangle in the shapes below.5.Count and write down how many circles, triangles, rectangles and squaresthere are in the above picture.a) The number of circles b) The number of triangles c) The number of rectangles d) The number of squares 6.a)Draw a line of symmetry in each of the pictures.b)7.a)Draw the other part of each shape to make it symmetrical.b)Page 19 of 21

GPLMSGrade 3Day 10.To answer question 1, 2 and 6 you must write down the letters whichmark the objects or figures.1.ABCDa)Which of the above objects can roll?b)Which of the above objects can slide?c)Which of the above objects can slide and roll?2.AEBCFDGHa)Which of the above objects have the same shape as a box?b)Which of the above objects have the same shape as a ball?3.Draw a line between the picture of each article and its matching shape.Page 20 of 21

GPLMSGrade 34.badcegfihjThe above 10 figures are all 3-D shapes.Complete:a)The 3-D shape marked (b) is called ab)The 3-D shape marked (d) is called ac)The 3-D shape marked (h) is called ad)The 3-D shape marked (i) is called ae)The 3-D shape marked (j) is called a5.Look at the figures in question 4 and then answer each of the questions.a)Which figures have the same shape as the figure marked (c)?b)In which way are the figures marked (d) and (j) alike?c)In which way is the figure marked (g) different from the figure marked(i)?6.ABCDWhich of the above 2-D shapes are used to makea)a cube?b)a cylinder?c)a rectangular prism?d)a square-based pyramid?Page 21 of 21

Use the above number line to round off each of the given numbers to the nearest 10. Examples: a) 14 rounded off to the nearest 10 is 10. (14 is closer to 10 than to 20) b) 17 rounded off to the nearest 10 is 20. (17 is closer to 20 than to 10) c) 15 rounded off to the nearest 10 is 20. (15 is equally far from 10 and 20)

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