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# BUDGET OF WORKS IN MATHEMATICS

CONTENT PERFORMANCE LEARNING COMPETENCIES Number of Target Actual
CONTENT STANDARDS STANDARDS QUARTER Grade III Days Date Date
CODE
AND WEEK
The learner … The learner is able NUMBERS The learner…
to…

Numbers  demonstrates  recognize and 1st Q – Wk 1 M3NS-Ia-1.3  visualizes numbers up to 10 000 with
and understanding represent whole emphasis on numbers 1001 - 10000.
Number of whole numbers up to 10 1st Q – Wk 1 M3NS-Ia-  gives the place value and value of a digit in 4-
Sense numbers up to 000, ordinal 10.3 to 5-digit numbers.
10 000, ordinal numbers up to 100th, 1st Q – Wk 1 M3NS-Ia-9.3  reads and writes numbers up to 10 000 in
numbers up to and money up to
symbols and in words.
100th, and PhP1000 in various
1st Q – Wk 2 M3NS-Ib-  rounds numbers to the nearest ten, hundred
money up to forms and contexts.
15.1 and thousand..
 demonstrates subtraction of whole 1st Q – Wk 2 M3NS-Ib-  compares numbers up to 10 000 using
understanding numbers including 12.3 relation symbols.
of addition and money in 1st Q – Wk 2 M3NS-Ib-  orders 4- to 5-digit numbers in increasing or
subtraction of mathematical 13.3 decreasing order.
whole numbers problems and real-
1st Q – Wk 3 M3NS-Ic-  identifies ordinal numbers from 1st to 100th
including life situations.
16.3 with emphasis on the 21st to 100th object in a
money.
given set from a given point of reference.
1st Q – Wk 3 M3NS-Ic-  recognizes coins and bills up to PhP1000.
19.2
1st Q – Wk 3 M3NS-Ic-  reads and writes money in symbols and in
20.2 words through PhP1000 in pesos and
centavos.
1st Q – Wk 4 M3NS-Id-  compares values of the different
22.2 denominations of coins and bills through
PhP1000 using relation symbols.
1st Q – Wk 4 M3NS-Id-  adds 3- to 4-digit numbers up to three addends
27.6 with sums up to 10 000 without and with
regrouping.
1st Q – Wk 5 M3NS-Ie-31  estimates the sum of 3- to 4-digit addends
using appropriate strategies.
1st Q – Wk 5 M3NS-Ie-  adds mentally 2-digit and 1-digit numbers
28.7 without or with regrouping using appropriate
strategies.
CONTENT PERFORMANCE LEARNING COMPETENCIES Number of Target Actual
CONTENT STANDARDS STANDARDS QUARTER Grade III Days Date Date
CODE
AND WEEK
The learner … The learner is able NUMBERS The learner…
to…

## 1st Q – Wk 5 M3NS-Ie-  adds mentally 2- to 3-digit numbers with

28.8 multiples of hundreds using appropriate
strategies.
1st Q – Wk 6 M3NS-If-  solves routine and non-routine problems
29.3 involving addition of whole numbers with sums
up to 10 000 including money using
appropriate problem solving strategies and
tools.
1st Q – Wk 6 M3NS-If-  creates problems involving addition of whole
30.3 numbers including money with reasonable
1st Q – Wk 7 M3NS-Ig-  subtracts 3-to 4-digit numbers from 3- to 4-digit
32.6 numbers without and with regrouping.
1st Q – Wk 8 M3NS-Ih-36  estimates the difference of two numbers with
three to four digits.
1st Q – Wk 8 M3NS-Ih-  subtracts mentally 1- to 2 – digits numbers
33.5 without and with regrouping using appropriate
strategies.
1st Q – Wk 9 M3NS-Ii-  subtracts mentally 2- to 3 – digits numbers
33.6 with multiples of hundreds without and with
regrouping using appropriate strategies.
1st Q – Wk 9 M3NS-Ii-  solves routine and non-routine problems
34.5 involving subtraction without or with addition of
whole numbers including money using
appropriate problem solving strategies and
tools.
1st Q – Wk 10 M3NS-Ij-  creates problems involving addition and/or
35.4 subtraction of whole numbers including money
 demonstrates  apply multiplication 2nd Q – Wk 1 M3NS-IIa-  visualizes multiplication of numbers 1 to 10 by
understanding and division of whole 41.2 6,7,8 and 9.
of multiplication numbers including 2nd Q – Wk 1 M3NS-IIa-  states basic multiplication facts for numbers up
and division of money in 41.3 to 10.
whole numbers mathematical
including problems and real- 2nd Q – Wk 2 M3NS-IIb-  applies the commutative property of
money. life situations. 40.4 multiplication.
2nd Q – Wk 2 M3NS-IIb-  multiplies 2-digit by 1-digit numbers using the
40.5 distributive property of multiplication.
CONTENT PERFORMANCE LEARNING COMPETENCIES Number of Target Actual
CONTENT STANDARDS STANDARDS QUARTER Grade III Days Date Date
CODE
AND WEEK
The learner … The learner is able NUMBERS The learner…
to…

## 2nd Q – Wk 2 M3NS-IIb-  multiplies three 1-digit numbers using the

40.6 associative property of multiplication.
2nd Q – Wk 3 M3NS-IIc-  multiplies 2- to 3-digit numbers by 1-digit
43.1 numbers without or with regrouping.
2nd Q – Wk 3 M3NS-IIc-  multiplies 2-digit numbers by 2-digit numbers
43.2 without regrouping.
2nd Q – Wk 3 M3NS-IIc-  multiplies 2-digit number by 2-digit numbers
43.3 with regrouping.

## 2nd Q – Wk 4 M3NS-IId-  multiplies 2- to 3-digit numbers by multiples of

43.4 10 and 100.
2nd Q – Wk 4 M3NS-IId-  multiplies 1- to 2-digit numbers by 1 000.
43.5
2nd Q – Wk 4 M3NS-IId-  estimates the product of 2- to 3-digit numbers
44.1 and 1- to 2-digit numbers with reasonable
results .
2nd Q – Wk 5 M3NS-IIe-  multiplies mentally 2-digit by 1-digit numbers
42.2 without regrouping with products of up to 100.
2nd Q – Wk 5 M3NS-IIe-  solves routine and non-routine problems
45.3 involving multiplication without or with addition
and subtraction of whole numbers including
money using appropriate problem solving
strategies and tools.
2nd Q – Wk 6 M3NS-IIf-  creates problems involving multiplication or
46.2 with addition or subtraction of whole numbers
2nd Q – Wk 6 M3NS-IIf-47  states the multiples of 1- to 2-digit numbers.
2nd Q – Wk 7 M3NS-IIg-  visualizes division of numbers up to 100 by 6,
51.2 7, 8, and 9 (multiplication table of 6, 7, 8, and
9).
2nd Q – Wk 7 M3NS-IIg-  states basic division facts of numbers up to 10.
51.3
2nd Q – Wk 8 M3NS-IIh-  divides 2- to 3-digit numbers by 1- to 2- digit
54.1 numbers without and with remainder.
2nd Q – Wk 8 M3NS-IIh-  divides 2-3 digit numbers by 10 and 100
54.2 without or with remainder.
CONTENT PERFORMANCE LEARNING COMPETENCIES Number of Target Actual
CONTENT STANDARDS STANDARDS QUARTER Grade III Days Date Date
CODE
AND WEEK
The learner … The learner is able NUMBERS The learner…
to…

## 2nd Q – Wk 9 M3NS-IIi-  estimates the quotient of 2- to 3- digit numbers

55.1 by 1- to 2- digit numbers with reasonable
results.
2nd Q – Wk 9 M3NS-IIi-  divides mentally 2-digit numbers by 1-digit
52.2 numbers without remainder using appropriate
strategies.
2nd Q – Wk 10 M3NS-IIj-  solves routine and non-routine problems
56.2 involving division of 2- to 4-digit numbers by 1-
to 2-digit numbers without or with any of the
other operations of whole numbers including
money using appropriate problem solving
strategies and tools.
2nd Q – Wk 10 M3NS-IIj-  creates problems involving division or with any
57.2 of the other operations of whole numbers
 demonstrates  recognize and 3rd Q – Wk 1 M3NS-IIIa-  identifies odd and even numbers.
understanding represent proper and 63
of proper and improper, similar and 3rd Q – Wk 1 M3NS-IIIa-  visualizes fractions that are equal to one and
improper, dissimilar and greater than one.
72.4
similar and equivalent fractions
dissimilar and in various forms and 3rd Q – Wk 2 M3NS-IIIb-  reads and writes fractions that are greater than
equivalent contexts. 76.3 one in symbols and in words.
fractions. 3rd Q – Wk 2 M3NS-IIIb-  represents fractions using regions, sets, and
72.5 the number line.
3rd Q – Wk 3 M3NS-IIIc-  visualizes dissimilar fractions.
72.6
3rd Q – Wk 4 M3NS-IIId-  compares dissimilar fractions.
77.3
3rd Q – Wk 4 M3NS-IIId-  arranges dissimilar fractions in increasing or
78.3 decreasing order.
3rd Q – Wk 5 M3NS-IIIe-  visualizes equivalent fractions.
72.7
Geometry  demonstrates  recognize and 3rd Q – Wk 5 M3GE-IIIe-  recognizes and draws a point, line, line
understanding represent lines in 11 segment and ray.
of lines, real objects and 3rd Q – Wk 6 M3GE-IIIf-  recognizes and draws parallel, intersecting
symmetry, and designs or drawings and perpendicular lines.
12.1
CONTENT PERFORMANCE LEARNING COMPETENCIES Number of Target Actual
CONTENT STANDARDS STANDARDS QUARTER Grade III Days Date Date
CODE
AND WEEK
The learner … The learner is able NUMBERS The learner…
to…

tessellation. and create simple 3rd Q – Wk 6 M3GE-IIIf-  visualizes, identifies and draws congruent
designs that show 13 line segments.
symmetry and 3rd Q – Wk 7 M3GE-IIIg-  identifies and visualizes symmetry in the
tessellation. environment and in design.
7.3
3rd Q – Wk 7 M3GE-IIIg-  identifies and draws the line of symmetry in a
7.4 given symmetrical figure.
3rd Q – Wk 8 M3GE-IIIh-  completes a symmetric figure with respect to
7.5 a given line of symmetry.
3rd Q – Wk 8 M3GE-IIIh-  tessellates the plane using triangles, squares
8.3 and other shapes that can tessellate.

Patterns  demonstrates  apply knowledge of 3rd Q – Wk 9 M3AL-IIIi-4  determines the missing term/s in a given
and understanding continuous and combination of continuous and repeating
Algebra of continuous repeating patterns pattern.
and repeating and number e.g.
patterns and sentences in various
mathematical situations. 4A,5B, 6A,7B,__
sentences.
1 2 3 4 ___

## 3rd Q – Wk 10 M3AL-IIIj-  finds the missing value in a number sentence

12 involving multiplication or division of whole
numbers.
e.g.

n x 7 = 56
56 ÷ n = 8
Measurem  demonstrates  apply knowledge of 4th Q – Wk 1 M3ME-IVa-  converts time measure from seconds to
ent understanding time, linear, mass 8 minutes, minutes to hours, and hours to a
of time, linear, and capacity day and vice versa.
mass and measures and area 4th Q – Wk 1 M3ME-IVa-  converts time measure
capacity of rectangle and 9 - days to week,month and year and
measures and square in vice versa
area. mathematical - weeks to months and year and vice
problems and real- versa
life situations. - months to year and vice versa.
4th Q – Wk 2 M3ME-IVb-  solves problems involving conversion of time
10 measure.
CONTENT PERFORMANCE LEARNING COMPETENCIES Number of Target Actual
CONTENT STANDARDS STANDARDS QUARTER Grade III Days Date Date
CODE
AND WEEK
The learner … The learner is able NUMBERS The learner…
to…

## 4th Q – Wk 2 M3ME-IVb-  converts common units of measure from

39 larger to smaller unit and vice versa: meter
and centimeter, kilogram and gram, liter and
milliliter.
4th Q – Wk 3 M3ME-IVc-  solves routine and non-routine problems
40 involving conversions of common units of
measure.
4th Q – Wk 3 M3ME-IVc-  measures area using appropriate unit.
41
4th Q – Wk 4 M3ME-IVd-  derives the formula for the area of a
42 rectangle and a square.
4th Q – Wk 4 M3ME-IVd-  finds the area of a rectangle and square in
43 sq.cm and sq. m.
4th Q – Wk 5 M3ME-IVe-  solves routine and non-routine problems
44 involving areas of squares and rectangles.
4th Q – Wk 5 M3ME-IVe-  finds the capacity of a container using
45 milliliter and liter.
4th Q – Wk 6 M3ME-IVf-  solves routine and non-routine problems
46 involving capacity measure.
4th Q – Wk 6 M3ME-IVf-  creates problems involving area of rectangle
47 and sqaure and capacity with reasonable
Statistics  demonstrates  create and interpret 4th Q – Wk 7 M3SP-IVg-  collects data on one variable using existing
and understanding simple 1.3 records.
Probabilit of bar graphs representations of 4th Q – Wk 7 M3SP-IVg-  organizes data in tabular form and presents
y and outcomes data (tables and bar this into a vertical or horizontal bar graph.
2.3
of an event. graphs) and
describe outcomes 4th Q – Wk 8 M3SP-IVh-  interprets data presented in different kinds of
of familiar events. 3.3 bar graphs (vertical/ horizontal).
4th Q – Wk 8 M3SP-IVh-  solves routine and non-routine problems
4.3 using data presented in a single-bar graph.
4th Q – Wk 9 M3SP-IVi-5.3  draws inferences based on data presented in
a single-bar graph.
4th Q – Wk 9 M3SP-IVi-7.3  tells whether an event is sure, likely, equally
likely, unlikely, and impossible to happen.
CONTENT PERFORMANCE LEARNING COMPETENCIES Number of Target Actual
CONTENT STANDARDS STANDARDS QUARTER Grade III Days Date Date
CODE
AND WEEK
The learner … The learner is able NUMBERS The learner…
to…

## 4th Q – Wk 10 M3SP-IVj-8.3  describes events in real-life situations using

the phrases “sure to happen,“
likely to happen”, “equally likely to happen”,
“unlikely to happen”, and “impossible to
happen”.

CELIA M. CONSTANTE