Our grade 3 maths software, crafted specifically for offline learning, perfectly aligns with the South African curriculum.

Here at iRainbow, we make learning maths a fun-filled and captivating journey for young learners. We’ll help your child build a strong base in mathematical concepts as they excitedly navigate through subjects like number patterns, fractions, shapes, and measurements. Every learning experience is personalised and interactive with iRainbow, equipping your child with essential math skills. Our aim is to boost your child’s confidence to easily tackle more complex math topics in the future. We’re here to help your child excel.

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### Grade 3 Maths Curriculum

**Working with numbers**

- Even or Odd Number?
- Counting in multiples
- Arranging numbers
- Ordinal numbers
- Numbers as words
- Write like the Romans
- Comparing numbers
- Correct order
- Compare by adding and subtracting
- Mixing it up

**Number Values**

- Identify the value
- Identify the place value
- Identify the correct value
- Conversions
- Expanded forms
- Word problems

**Learn to Add**

- Addition two and three numbers
- Add with tables
- Word problems – 2 numbers up to 3 digits
- Missing numbers
- Insert the correct number
- Add three numbers
- Complete the pattern
- Using tables
- Word problems – 2 numbers with 4 or more digits
- Four digit numbers
- Make the equation true
- Add multiple numbers
- Word problems – addition

**Learn to Subtract**

- Subtract two and three numbers
- Subtract with tables
- Subtract three numbers
- Complete the sentence
- Make the equation true
- Identify the patterns
- Subtract four numbers
- Fill in the missing value

**Multiply like a champion!**

- Write the multiplication sentence
- Know your facts!
- Word problems with facts
- Identify the missing number
- Basic squares

**Multiplication patterns**

- Working with zero
- Long multiplication – one digit
- One digit word problems
- Multiply three and more numbers
- Three number word problems
- Multiplication – using tables
- Multiplication Facts
- Multiply with 0, 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5
- Multiply by 6, 7, 8, and 9
- Multiply by 10, 11 and 12
- Know the facts – multiplication
- combinations
- True or False?
- Sorting

**Division Skills**

- Division up to 5
- Division up to 10
- Word problems
- Complete the equation
- Division up to 12
- Division patterns
- Working with zero
- Division with larger numbers
- Large numbers Word problems
- Division rules (2, 5 and 10)
- Input/output tables
- Divide with 0, 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5
- Divide with 6, 7, 8, and 9
- Divide with 10, 11 and 12
- Know the facts – Division
- combinations
- True or False?
- Sorting

**Estimates and Rounding**

- Round to the nearest ten cents
- Round to the nearest Rand
- Rounding puzzles to solve
- Use estimations to solve inequalities
- Estimation sums
- Estimation word problems
- Estimate differences
- Word problems with estimations
- Estimate products
- Estimate quotients
- Estimate products, quotients, sums
- and differences – word problems

**Logical sense**

- Guess the number
- Largest or smallest number
- Determine the order
- Age puzzles
- Find the numbers
- Find the numbers (sum, difference, product, quotient)

**Small things: Fractions**

- What are fractions?
- Identify the correct fraction
- Identify the fraction from shapes
- Solve the word problems
- Fractions of a whole
- Solve more word problems
- Number lines
- Fractions on number lines
- Same numerators on a number line
- Same denominators on a number line
- Graph and compare
- Compare fractions
- Find equivalent fractions
- Write in lowest terms
- Arrange in correct order
- Fractions of a number
- Fractions of a number – Word Problems

**Mixing it up (Properties)**

- Properties of X, /, + and –
- Using parentheses correctly
- Properties of addition
- Practice addition
- Properties of multiplication
- Practice multiplication
- Distributive property
- Using distributive property
- Addition and multiplication
- Multiplication and division

**Arithmetic – using all four**

- Facts for addition, subtraction, multiplication, division
- Complete the mixed sentence
- Multiplication and division: True or false?
- Add, subtract, multiply, divide
- Word problems
- Working from tables
- Solve the problems
- Complete the sentences

**Interpret Patterns**

- Identify the pattern
- Insert the correct shape
- Complete the pattern
- Insert the correct row

**Data and Graphs**

- Positioning objects
- Coordinate planes
- Bar graphs
- Create bar graphs
- Line Plots
- Create line plots
- Pictographs
- Create pictographs
- Line graphs
- Create line graphs
- Venn diagrams
- Interpret Venn diagrams

**Working with Data**

- Certain, probable, unlikely and impossible
- Mean and mode
- Interpret charts
- Combinations to understand data

**Working with Money**

- Coins up to R5
- Which is more?
- Purchasing for less than R10
- Receiving change
- Solve the inequalities
- Arrange in order
- Add and subtract amounts
- Word problems
- Working with Price lists
- Multiplication
- Division

**Where am I? (Spatial Sense)**

- Orientation: Left, middle, right
- Top, middle, bottom.
- Find the location using a grid

**Geometry**

- Identify the shape
- Sides and vertices
- Identify the 3D shapes
- Count sides, vertices and faces
- Identify faces of 3D shapes
- Polygons
- Angles less than 90 degrees
- Acute, obtuse and right angles
- Scalene, isosceles and equilateral
- triangles
- Reflection, rotation and translation
- Congruent triangles
- Symmetry

**Geometric Measurement**

- Perimeter: rectangles
- Perimeter: polygons
- Perimeter: rectilinear shapes
- Calculate the missing side: perimeter
- Find the area with unit squares
- Area identification
- Create the correct area
- Find the correct figure
- Calculate the missing side: area
- Volume

**Time**

- What time is it?
- Analogue and digital clocks
- Time on a clock
- AM or PM?
- Writing time
- Elapsed time
- Word problems
- Interpret a calendar
- Work with time units
- Time patterns
- Convert hours and fractions of time
- Interpret Schedules
- Timelines

**How do I measure?**

- Measure temperature
- Interpret reasonable temperature
- Measure short distances
- The best estimate is?
- Compare and convert
- Measuring mass
- Measuring volume
- Compare and convert metric units
- Volume
- Conversion tables

### How To Use Our Software

### Benefits Of Using iRainbow

### Learn Without Internet

iRainbow's software enables offline learning, removing possible distractions like social media, online games, inappropriate content, violent media, and internet risks such as cyberbullying or online predators.

### Supervision by Parents and Teachers

The iRainbow platform allows parents and educators to monitor a student's progress, promptly spotting their strengths and areas needing more focus.

### Personalised Learning Journey

Learners can customise their avatars and choose a virtual companion to accompany them throughout their educational adventure, making the learning process more entertaining and engaging.

### Organised Learning Modules

iRainbow's curriculum uses a methodical approach, delivering material in digestible portions. This strategy ensures students fully grasp each concept before moving forward, avoiding feelings of being overwhelmed or losing interest.

### Learning at One's Own Pace

iRainbow appreciates the challenges of learning and allows children to proceed at a pace that suits their individual abilities and preferences.

### Accessible on Desktop and Android Devices (iOS Coming Soon)

iRainbow software can be used on any Android device or computer, enabling children to learn on a smartphone, tablet, or PC, as per their convenience.

### Automatic Online Updates

When connected to the internet, iRainbow automatically refreshes itself, guaranteeing users always have access to the latest features and curriculum updates.

### Genuine South African Product

iRainbow is a proudly South African innovation built and maintained by a committed team of local experts, showcasing our dedication to supporting domestic talent and innovation.

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#### FAQ

AMathematics is crucial because it compels children to slow down, carefully analyse problems, and devise logical solutions. This process encourages them to think creatively and consider multiple approaches to a problem. As a result, studying maths helps children develop essential skills, such as critical thinking, problem-solving, and logical reasoning, which are vital for success in both school and everyday life.

ABy engaging with iRainbow for just 1.5 hours weekly over a full term, you can see up to a 30% increase in your child’s maths marks. The programme focuses on reinforcing key concepts, providing practice problems, and offering personalised feedback to ensure educational advancement.

AFor optimal results, it is recommended that your child engage with iRainbow for at least 1.5 hours per week over a full term. Consistent use helps reinforce learning and improve academic performance in maths.