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Singapore Mathematics Syllabus for Primary 3 (effective from 2007)



Singapore Mathematics Syllabus for Primary 3



Topics Sub-topics Content
1.  WHOLE NUMBERS Numbers up to 10 000 Include:
  • number notation and place values (thousands, hundreds, tens, ones),
  • reading and writing numbers in numerals and in words,
  • comparing and ordering numbers,
  • odd and even numbers,
  • number patterns.
Addition and subtraction Include:
  • addition and subtraction of numbers up to 4 digits,
  • use of the terms 'sum' and 'difference',
  • solving up to 2-step word problems involving addition and subtraction.
Multiplication and division Include:
  • building up the multiplication tables of 6, 7, 8 and 9 and committing to memory,
  • use of the terms 'product', 'quotient' and 'remainder',
  • multiplication and division within the multiplication tables,
  • division with remainder,
  • multiplication and division of numbers up to 3 digits by 1 digit,
  • solving up to 2-step word problems involving the 4 operations.
Mental calculation Include:
  • addition and subtraction involving two 2-digit numbers,
  • multiplication and division within the multiplication tables.
2.  FRACTIONS Equivalent fractions Include:
  • recognising and naming equivalent fractions,
  • listing the first 8 equivalent fractions of a given fraction,
  • writing the equivalent fraction of a fraction given the denominator or the numerator,
  • expressing a fraction in its simplest form,
  • comparing fractions with respect to half,
  • comparing and ordering unlike fractions.

(Denominators of given fractions should not exceed 12.)

Addition and subtraction

Include addition and subtraction of two related fractions within one whole.
(Denominators of given fractions should not exceed 12.

3.  MEASUREMENT Length, mass and volume Include:
  • measurement of
    • length in kilometres (km),
    • volume of liquid in millilitres (ml),
  • measurement of length/ mass/ volume (of liquid) in compound units,
  • conversion of a measurement in compound units to the smaller unit, and vice versa,
    • kilometres and metres,
    • metres and centimetres,
    • kilograms and grams,
    • litres and millilitres.
  • solving word problems involving length/ mass/ volume/ capacity.

Exclude the 4 operations and word problems involving compound units.

Time Include:

  • telling and writing time to 1 minute,
  • use of the terms 'past' and 'to', e.g. '10 minutes past 5' and '15 minutes to 12',
  • measurement of time in hours and minutes,
  • conversion of time in hours and minutes to minutes only, and vice versa,
  • finding the duration of a time interval,
  • finding the starting time/ finishing time,
  • solving word problems involving addition and subtraction of time given in hours and minutes.
Money Include:
  • addition and subtraction of money in decimal notation,
  • solving word problems involving addition and subtraction of money in decimal notation.
Area and perimeter Include:
  • concepts of area and perimeter of a plane figure,
  • measurement of area in square units,
  • measurement of area in square centimetres (cm2) / square metres (m2),
  • calculation of the perimeter of
    • rectilinear figure
    • rectangle
    • square
  • use of formula to calculate the area of a rectangle/ square,
  • solving word problems involving the area/ perimeter of squares and rectangles.

Exclude conversion between cm2 and m2.

4.  GEOMETRY Perpendicular and parallel lines Include:
  • identifying and naming perpendicular and parallel lines,
  • drawing perpendicular and parallel lines on square grids.
Angles Include:
  • angle as an amount of turning,
  • identifying angles in 2-D and 3-D objects,
  • identifying angles in 2-D figures,
  • identifying right angles, angles greater than/ smaller than a right angle.

Exclude use of the terms 'acute', 'obtuse' and 'reflex' angles.

5.  DATA ANALYSIS Bar graphs Include:
  • reading and interpreting bar graphs in both horizontal and vertical forms,
  • reading scales,
  • completing a bar graph from given data,
  • solving problems using information presented in bar graphs.




See also:

  1. Singapore Mathematics Syllabus for Primary 1 (effective from 2007)

Reference:
Ministry of Education, Singapore: Subject Syllabuses - Sciences



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Singapore Mathematics Syllabus for Primary 1 (effective from 2007)



Singapore Mathematics Syllabus for Primary 1



Topics Sub-topics Content
1.  WHOLE NUMBERS Numbers up to 100 Include:
  • counting to tell the number of objects in a given set,
  • comparing the number of objects in two or more sets,
  • use of ordinal numbers (first, second, up to tenth) and symbols (1st, 2nd, 3rd, etc.),
  • number notation and place values (tens, ones),
  • reading and writing numbers in numerals and in words,
  • comparing and ordering numbers,
  • number patterns.

Exclude:
  • use of the terms 'cardinal number' and 'ordinal number',
  • use of the symbols > and <.
Addition and subtraction Include:
  • concepts of addition and subtraction,
  • use of the addition symbol (+) or subtraction symbol (−) to write a mathematical statement for a given situation,
  • comparing two numbers within 20 to tell how much one number is greater (or smaller) than the other,
  • recognising the relationship between addition and subtraction,
  • building up the addition bonds up to 9 + 9 and committing to memory,
  • solving 1-step word problems involving addition and subtraction within 20,
  • addition of more than two 1-digit numbers,
  • addition and subtraction within 100 involving
    • a 2-digit number and ones,
    • a 2-digit number and tens,
    • two 2-digit numbers,
  • addition and subtraction using formal algorithms.
Mental calculation Include:
  • addition and subtraction within 20,
  • addition and subtraction involving
    • a 2-digit number and ones without renaming,
    • a 2-digit number and tens.
Multiplication and division Include:
  • multiplication as repeated addition (within 40),
  • use of the multiplication symbol (×) to write a mathematical statement for a given situation,
  • division of a quantity (not greater than 20) into equal sets:
    • given the number of objects in each set,
    • given the number of sets,
  • solving 1-step word problems with pictorial representation

Exclude:
  • use of multiplication tables,
  • use of the division symbol ÷
2.  MEASUREMENT Length and mass Include:
  • measurement and comparison of the lengths/ masses of two or more objects in non-standard units,
  • use of the following terms: long, longer, longest
    short, shorter, shortest
    tall, taller, tallest
    high, higher, highest
    heavy, heavier, heaviest
    light, lighter, lightest

Exclude:
  • finding the difference in length/ mass.
Time

Include telling and writing time to the hour/ half hour.

Exclude 24-hour clock.

Money Include:
  • identifying coins and notes of different denomination,
  • matching a coin/ note of one denomination to an equivalent set of coins/ notes of another denomination,
  • telling the amount of money
    • in cents up to $1,
    • in dollars up to $100.
  • use of the symbols $ and ยข,
  • solving word problems involving addition and subtraction of money in dollars only (or in cents only).

Exclude:
  • combinations of dollars and cents.
3.  GEOMETRY Basic shapes:
  • rectangle
  • square
  • circle
  • triangle
Include:
  • identifying and naming the 4 basic shapes from 2-D and 3-D objects,
  • describing and classifying shapes.
Patterns

Include:

  • making/ completing patterns with 2-D cut-outs according to one or two of the following attributes
    • shape
    • size
    • colour
  • making / completing patterns with 3-D models:
    • cube
    • cuboid (rectangular block)
    • cone
    • cylinder
4.  DATA ANALYSIS Picture graphs Include:
  • collecting and organising data,
  • making picture graphs,
  • use of a symbol/picture to represent one object,
  • reading and interpreting picture graphs in both horizontal and vertical forms.

Exclude:
  • picture graphs with scales.


Reference:
Ministry of Education, Singapore: Subject Syllabuses - Sciences


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