Year 3 Mathematics Overview | ACARA
An overview of Year 3 Mathematics descriptors reflective of the Australian Curriculum. This is a tool designed to help teachers monitor the progress their students make in Mathematics over the course of a year (or term, depending on your needs).
You can directly type into this document using Adobe Reader (FREE). Student names can be easily added as well as ticks and crosses, unless you prefer to track student progress using a different system. The document is set up for you to quickly tick and cross*, though fonts are easy to change if you need. Instructions are provided within the document.
*To make a tick in the boxes, type 'a', and 'r' for a cross.
If you don't wish to work digitally, simply print and you're ready to go!
Ideal for reporting and ongoing tracking of achievement within your class.
Looking for Mathematics overviews for other year levels?
Foundation Mathematics Overview | ACARA
Year One Mathematics Overview | ACARA
Year Two Mathematics Overview | ACARA
Year Three Mathematics Overview | ACARA
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