Year 3

 counts, reads and writes in order whole numbers to at least 100, from and back to zero knows what each digit represents (including 0 as a place holder) describes and extends simple number sequences (including odd/even numbers, counting on or back in ones or tensfromany two-digit number etc) rounds numbers less than 100 to the nearest 10 understands that subtraction is the inverse of addition knows by heart all addition facts for each number to at least 10 know by heart all subtraction facts of each number to at least 10 uses knowledge that addition can be done in any order to do mental calculation more efficiently understands the operation of multiplication as repeated addition or as describing an array knows and uses halving as the inverse of doubling knows by heart facts for the 2,5 and 10 multiplication tables estimates, measures and compares lengths using standard units (suggest suitable units and equipment) estimates, measures and compares  masses using standard units (suggest suitable units and equipment) estimates, measures and compares capacities using standard units (suggest suitable units and equipment) reads a simple scale to the nearest labelled division, including using a ruler to draw and measure lines to the nearest centimetre uses the mathematical names for common 3-D shapes (cube, cuboid, cylinder, sphere, cone and pyramid) uses the mathematical names for common 2-D shapes (square, rectangle, circle, triangle, pentagon, hexagon) sorts shapes and describes some of their features (number of faces, edges, corners) reads, on an analogue clock, the time to the hour reads on an analogue clock, the time to the half hour reads on a 12-hour clock the time to the hour reads on a 12-hour clock the time to the half hour knows the days of the week in order in either English or Maltese knows the months of the year in order in either English or Maltese uses mathematical vocabulary to describe position, direction and movement uses mental strategies to solve simple problems set in ‘real life’, money or measurement contexts, using counting, addition, subtraction, halving/doubling and is able to explain methods and reasoning orally recognise all coins and beging to use €.c notation for money uses all coins in ‘real life’ situations to find a total and give change