# Primary 3 Maths

## What is expected for Primary 3 Maths?

After mastering the foundations in the Lower Primary, Primary 3 students are introduced to more advanced Maths word problems.

To help them cope with these tougher questions, we’ll equip them with essential Math problem-solving techniques such as “Guess and Check”, “Comparing Maths Equations” and more to help them tackle the ramp up in difficulty.

## What Makes our Primary 3 Maths Questions Unique?

### Understand your child Better with our Smart Maths Questions

Each Maths question on our system is powered by Learning Analytics and tagged to relevant skills in the MOE Primary 3 Maths Syllabus.

Besides letting your child know if their answer is right or wrong, our intelligent system also measures how fast they take to solve a question and track their strengths and weaknesses along the way.

## Practice Smart, Practice Efficiently

Your child will need all the practice they need, but let’s not blindly do it and waste precious childhood time.

As our intelligent system detect their strengths and weaknesses, it automatically selects the subsequent question according to their needs, supporting them with the right questions at the right time. Research has shown that by practicing at the right difficulty, children can improve the most.

## Work & Play go Hand-in-hand

We understand that some of our little ones might become disheartened the first time they encounter Problem Sums they cannot solve in Primary 3.

We help your child overcome this hurdle by making their problem-solving experience more interesting with contextualized questions and making practice fun. Doing Maths questions earns them rewards that they can exchange as they progress.

## Our P3 Maths Questions and Answers!

Primary 3 Question: Problem Sum on Whole Numbers

There were 350 children catching Pokemons on Sentosa. There were three times as many adults as children. How many adults were there?

Primary 3 Answer on Guess and Check Method Explained

Primary 3 Question: Problem Sum on Money

You had \$6 worth of coins in your pocket. As you were walking home, 10 twenty cent coins fell out. How much were you left with when you reach home?

Primary 3 Answer on Whole Numbers Explained

## How We Help Parents

#### Monitor your child’s Math Revision Easily with Valuable Insights

We believe that parents are important partners in education. That’s why we make it easier for you to help your child better.

Log in anytime to see real-time information on your child’s performance. Understand their strengths and areas they need to work on, how much time they’ve spent practising, how many questions they have done, or even how much time they spent on each question.