## NAPLAN Year 3 Numeracy

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Year 3 Numeracy Test 1 Year 3 Numeracy Test 2 Year 3 Numeracy Test 3 Year 3 Numeracy Test 4 Year 3 Numeracy Test 5 Year 3 Numeracy Test 6 |
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35 / 45min 35 / 45min 35 / 45min 35 / 45min 35 / 45min 35 / 45min |

Year 3 Reading Practice Test 1 Year 3 Reading Practice Test 2 Year 3 Reading Practice Test 3 Year 3 Reading Practice Test 4 Year 3 Reading Practice Test 5 Year 3 Reading Practice Test 6 |
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35 / 45min 35 / 45min 35 / 45min 40 / 45min 35 / 45min 37 / 45min |

Year 3 Language Conventions Practice Test 1 Year 3 Language Conventions Practice Test 2 Year 3 Language Conventions Practice Test 3 |
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40 / 40min 34 / 40min 44 / 40min |

Word Problems (Multiplication) Word Problems (Addition) Word Problems (Division) Word Problems (Subtraction) 2D 3D Count Fraction Graphs-Charts Time Test 1 Time Test 2 Measurements Data |
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12 / 12min 15 / 15min 16 / 16min 10 / 10min 10 / 10min 10 / 10min 11 / 11min 13 / 13min 11 / 11min 11 / 11min 11 /11min 10 /10min 10 /10min |

Student should be well prepared in the following competencies.

**Number**

- Read print numbers to 1000 and locate, compare, order, represent, estimate, identify numbers to 1000
- Use mental and written strategies, including the formal written algorithm, to solve addition and subtraction problems involving numbers of up to four digits.
- Understand Place Value to be able to regroup numbers up to 1000
- Count by 1's, 2's, 5's, 10's and 25's
- They use mental strategies to recall multiplication facts up to 10 x 10 and related division facts and use informal written strategies for multiplication and division of two-digit numbers by one-digit numbers.
- Students model, compare and represent simple fractions and recognise percentages in everyday situations and they model, compare, represent, add and subtract decimals to two decimal places.
- Understands the basic fractions
- Add and subtract four digit numbers (with carrying/regrouping)
- Multiplication and division facts up to facts of 7, well on your way to memorizing these facts
- Count by skipping numbers when requested

**Money**

- Students perform simple calculations with money and conduct simple chance experiments.
- Add and subtract coins up to $10.00
- Identify money amounts from words to numbers

**Time**

- They read and record time in hours and minutes in digital and analogue notation and make comparisons between time units.
- Calculate the time elapsed.

**Measurement**

- Use and understand linear measurement terms (inches, feet, yards, centimeters, meters etc.)
- Measure with a variety tools and make relatively accurate estimations
- Time - hours, minutes and seconds, read and record on both analog and digital
- Measure temperatures accurately
- Make appropriate change in money concepts
- Measure perimeter and capacity in a variety of shapes and containers
- Compare a variety of measurement tools

**Geometry**

- Describe and construct 2 D shapes and 3 D objects from straws, toothpics etc.
- Solve a variety of geometric puzzles
- Compare, sort and describe all 2 and 3 D shapes and solids by faces, vertices and edges
- Perform and identify transformations, flips, slides, turns, and rotations using 1/4 turns 1/2 turns etc.
- Determine lines of symmetry, flips, slides, turns and transformations of shapes
- Describe locations on a grid - up four and over two, use Battleship ideas to plot coordinates
- They compare angles using informal means and describe a â€˜right angleâ€™.

**Algebra/Patterning**

- Students estimate, measure, compare and record length, area, volume, capacity and mass using some formal units.
- Identify, describe, reorganize and extend patterns with more than one attribute and identify relationships
- Identify and describe patterns in the world around us and provide rules for the patterns