Week 
Lesson 
Strand 
SubStrand 
Specific Learning Outcomes 
Key Inquiry Questions 
Learning Experiences 
Learning Resources 
Assessment 
Remarks 
1 
1 
Numbers 
Number concept 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to use ordinal numbers to identify numbers from 120 
In which position were you when you came to class in the morning? 
Learners in groups /pairs to arrange different items in order of size starting with the smallest 
Counters Charts Oxford mathematics activities learner’s book3 page 1 
Observation Writing exercise 


2 
Numbers 
Number concept 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to use ordinal numbers to identify numbers from 120 
In which position was your number in the race? 
Leaners in pairs/groups to get to the field and run in a race and identify their positions 
School field Oxford mathematicsactivities learner’s book3 page 1 
Observation Oral exercise 


3 
Numbers 
Number concept 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to use ordinal numbers to identify numbers from 120 
Which day of the week is position 1? 
Learners to match days, months with their position 
Charts Calendar Oxford mathematics activities learner’s book 3 page 3 
Writing exercise Oral exercise 


4 
Numbers 
Number concept 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to use ordinal numbers to identify numbers from 120 
Can we number positions in the cards? 
Learners to identify the position of an object from a reference point using first, second up to 20 
Charts Cards Oxford mathematics activities learner’s book 3 page 3 
Observation In class writing exercise 


5 
Numbers 
Number concept 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to use ordinal numbers to identify numbers from 120 
Which position is your book? 
Learners to identify the position of an object from a reference point using first, second up to 20 
Charts Number Cards Oxford mathematics activities learner’s book 3 page 45 
In class writing exercise


2 
1 
Numbers 
Number concept 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to use ordinal numbers to identify numbers from 120 
Can we find the position of each object? 
Learners in pairs/groups to relate numbers 120 to position first, second up to 20th 
Number cards Oxford mathematics activities learner’s book 3 page 5 
Oral questions Writing exercises 


2 
Numbers 
Number concept 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to use ordinal numbers to identify numbers from 120 
Can we find the position of each object? 
Learners in pairs/groups to relate numbers 120 to position first, second up to 20th 
Number cards Oxford mathematics activities learner’s book 3 page 56 
Observation Written exercise 


3 
Numbers 
Number concept 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to use ordinal numbers to identify numbers from 120 
Can we find the position of each object? 
Learners in pairs/groups to relate numbers 120 to position first, second up to 20th 
Number cards Oxford mathematics activities learner’s book 3 page 56 
Observation Written exercise 


4 
numbers 
Number concept 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to use ordinal numbers to identify numbers from 120 
Can we find the position of each object? 
Learners to get out of the class and identify the position numbers of buildings within the school compound 
Number cards Oxford mathematics activities learner’s book 3 page 6 
Observation Written exercise 


5 
Numbers 
Number concept 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to use ordinal numbers to identify numbers from 120 
Can we find the position of each floor of a storey building 
Learners to identify the position number of floors in storey buildings 
Number cards Oxford mathematics activities learner’s book 3 page 78 
Observation Writing exercises 

3 
1 
Numbers 
Number concept 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to use ordinal numbers to identify numbers from 120 
Can we find the position numbers of alphabets? 
Learners to identify the position numbers of letters AZ 
Number cards Oxford mathematics activities learner’s book 3 page 1011 
Observation Writing exercise 


2 
Numbers 
Whole numbers 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to count numbers forward and backwards from 11000 
How would you get the total number of people in a group? 
Learner sin pairs/groups to count in 1’s forward and backwards starting from any point 
Charts Chalkboard Number cards Oxford mathematics activities learner’s book 3 page 12 
Observation Oral exercise 


3 
Numbers 
Whole numbers 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to count numbers forward and backwards from 11000 
How would you get the total number of people in a group? 
Learner sin pairs/groups to count in 2’s forward and backwards starting from any point from 11000 
Charts Chalkboard Number cards Oxford mathematics activities learner’s book 3 page 13 
Written exercise Oral exercise 


4 
Numbers 
Whole numbers 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to count numbers forward and backwards from 11000 
How do we count in 5’s? 
Learner sin pairs/groups to count in 5’s forward and backwards starting from any point from11000 
Chalkboard Charts Number cards Oxford mathematics activities learner’s book 3 page 14 
Observation Oral exercise 


5 
Numbers 
Whole numbers 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to count numbers forward and backwards from 11000 
How do we count in 10’s? 
Learner sin pairs/groups to count in 10’s forward and backwards starting from any point from11000 
Chalkboard Charts Number cards Oxford mathematics activities learner’s book 3 page 15 
Observation Written exercise 

4 
1 
Numbers 
Whole numbers 
by the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify the place value up to thousands 
Can we show the place value? 
Learner sin pairs /groups to discuss place value up to thousands 
Sticks and abacus Oxford mathematics activities learner’s book 3 page 16 
Written exercise 


2 
Numbers 
Whole numbers 
by the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify the place value up to thousands 
Can we show the place value? 
Learner sin pairs /groups to discuss place value up to thousands 
Sticks and abacus Oxford mathematics activities learner’s book 3 page 17 
Observation Written exercise 


3 
Numbers 
Whole numbers 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify the place value up to thousands 
Can we show the place value? 
Learner sin pairs /groups to discuss place value up to thousands 
Sticks and abacus Oxford mathematics activities learner’s book 3 page 18 
Observation Written exercise 


4 
Numbers 
Whole numbers 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to read numbers 11000 in symbols 
Can you read from number 11000? 
Learners in pairs/groups to complete reading numbers 11000 in symbols 
Number cards Charts Oxford mathematics activities learner’s book 3 page 19 
Writing exercise Oral questions 


5 
Numbers 
Whole numbers 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to read numbers 11000 in symbols 
Can you read from number 301500? 
Learners in pairs/groups to complete reading numbers 301500 in symbols 
Number cards Charts Oxford mathematics activities learner’s book 3 page 20 
Writing exercise Oral questions 

5 
1 
Numbers 
Whole numbers 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to read numbers 11000 in symbols 
Can you read from number 5011000? 
Learners in pairs/groups to complete reading numbers 5011000 in symbols 
Number cards Charts Oxford mathematics activities learner’s book 3 page 20 
Writing exercise Oral questions 


2 
Numbers 
Whole numbers 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to read and write numbers from 11000 in words 
Can you read and write numbers120? 
Learners to read and write numbers 120 in words 
Charts Chalkboard Oxford mathematics activities learner’s book 3 page 21 
Oral question Written exercise 


3 
Numbers 
Whole numbers 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to read and write numbers from 11000 in words 
Can you read and write numbers 2140? 
Learners to read and write numbers 2140 in words 
Charts Chalkboard Oxford mathematics activities learner’s book 3 page 22 
Oral question Written exercise 


4 
Numbers 
Whole numbers 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to read and write numbers from 11000 in words 
Can you match the numbers with the number words? 
Learners to match numbers with number words 
Work books Oxford mathematics activities learner’s book 3 page 23 
Oral question Written exercise 


5 
Numbers 
Whole numbers 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to read and write numbers from 11000 in words 
Can you read and write numbers from 4160? 
Learners to read and write numbers 4160 in words 
Charts Chalkboard Oxford mathematics activities learner’s book 3 page 24 
Observation Written exercise 

6 
1 
Numbers 
Whole numbers 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to read and write numbers from 11000 in words 
Can you read and write numbers from 6180? 
Learners to read and write numbers 6180 in words 
Charts Chalkboard Oxford mathematics activities learner’s book 3 page 25 
Written exercise 


2 
Numbers 
Whole numbers 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to read and write numbers from 11000 in words 
Can you read and write numbers from 81100? 
Learners to read and write numbers 81100 in words 
Charts Chalkboard Oxford mathematics activities learner’s book 3 page 2627 
Written exercise 


3 
Numbers 
Whole numbers 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify missing numbers in number patterns up to 1000 
Ca you find the missing numbers? 
Learners to identify the missing numbers 
Chalkboard Number cards Oxford mathematics activities learner’s book 3 page 28 
Observation Written exercise 


4 
Numbers 
Whole numbers 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify missing numbers in number patterns up to 1000 
What is the next number? 
Learners to identify the next number in the pattern 
Chalkboard Number cards Oxford mathematics activities learner’s book 3 page 29 
Written exercise 


5 
Numbers 
Whole numbers 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify missing numbers in number patterns up to 1000 
What is the next number? 
Learners to identify the next number in the pattern 
Chalkboard Number cards Oxford mathematics activities learner’s book 3 page 30 
Written exercise 

7 
1 
Numbers 
Whole numbers 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify missing numbers in number patterns up to 1000 
What is the next number? 
Learners to identify the next number in the pattern 
Chalkboard Number cards Oxford mathematics activities learner’s book 3 page 31 
Written exercises 


2 
Numbers 
Whole numbers 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to appreciate number patterns as they skip on a number line By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to play games involving patterns 
How can we use a number line in patterns? Can you play patterns games? 
Learners to use a number line on identifying the next number in the pattern Learners in pairs/groups to play games involving patterns 
Charts Chalkboard Playing cards 
Written exercise Oral exercise Observation



3 
Numbers 
Fractions 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify ½ part of a whole 
Can you divide a shape into two halves? 
Learners in pairs/groups to make circular cutouts 
Pieces of papers Pairs of scissors Oxford mathematics activities learner’s book 3 page 32 
Observation Oral exercise 


4 
Numbers 
Fractions 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify ¼ part of a whole 
Can you divide a shape into four equal parts? 
Learners in pairs/groups to make rectangular cutouts and fold them into 4 equal parts to get quarter of a whole and identify each part as ¼ of the whole 
Oxford mathematics activities learner’s book 3 page 33 Colours

Writing exercise Oral questions 


5 
Numbers 
Fractions 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify 1/8 part of a whole 
Can you divide a shape into eight equal parts? 
Learners in pairs/groups to make rectangular cutouts and fold them into 8 equal parts to get quarter of a whole and identify each part as 1/8 of the whole 
Pieces of papers Pairs of scissors Oxford mathematics activities learner’s book 3 page 35

Writing exercise Oral questions 

8 
1 
Numbers 
Whole numbers

By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify which one is bigger between the ½, ¼ and 1/8 
Which one is bigger? 
Learner to identify the biggest size between ½, ¼ and 1/8 
Pieces of papers Pairs of scissors Oxford mathematics activities learner’s book 3 page 34 
Writing exercise Oral questions 


2 
Numbers 
Fractions 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to ½, ¼ and 1/8 as part of a groups 
Can you identify a quarter of a group? 
Learners in pairs/groups to make rectangular cutouts and fold to get 4 equal parts and identify one part as a ¼ of a whole 
Pieces of papers Pairs of scissors Oxford mathematics activities learner’s book 3 page 3738

Written exercise 


3 
Numbers 
Fractions 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to ½, ¼ and 1/8 as part of a groups 
Which has more? 
Learners to identify which fraction has more of a given whole number 
Work books Oxford mathematics activities learner’s book 3 page 39 
Written exercise Observation 


4 
Numbers 
Fraction 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to work out word problems involving fractions 
Can you work out word problems involving fractions? 
Learners to read and solve word problems on fractions 
Work books Oxford mathematics activities learner’s book 3 page 4142 
Written exercise 


5 
Number 
Fractions 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to add by counting on a number line 
How do you add using a number line? 
Learners to practice adding number using a number line 
Chalkboard Oxford mathematics activities learner’s book 3 page 44 
Written exercise 

9 
1 
Numbers 
Addition 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to add by counting on 
How do we add by counting on? 
Learners to add numbers by counting on 
Chalkboard Oxford mathematics activities learner’s book 3 page 45 
Oral exercise Written exercise 


2 
Numbers 
Addition 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to add using a place value chart 
Can you add using a place value chart? 
Learners to practice using the place value chart in adding numbers 
Chalkboard Oxford mathematics activities learner’s book 3 page 46 
Written exercise 


3 
Numbers 
Addition 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to add a 3digit number to up to a 2digit number without regrouping with sum not exceeding 1000 
Can you add 3digit numbers to 1digit number? 
Learners to add 3digit numbers to 1digit number 
Chalkboard Oxford mathematics activities learner’s book 3 page 46

Written exercise Oral questions 


4 
Numbers 
Addition 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to add a 3digit number to up to 2digit number with single regrouping with sum not exceeding 1000 
How do we regroup numbers? 
Learners to practice adding horizontally and vertically 
Chalkboard Oxford mathematics activities learner’s book 3 page 46

Written exercise 


5 
Numbers 
addition 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to add a 3digit number to up to 2digit number with single regrouping with sum not exceeding 1000 
How do we regroup numbers? 
Learners add multiples of 10 
Chalkboard Oxford mathematics activities learner’s book 3 page 54

Observation Written exercises 

10 
1 
Numbers 
Addition 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to solve word problems on addition of 3digit numbers to 2digit number 
Can you solve word problems on addition? 
Learners to work out word problems on addition of 3digit numbers to 2digit numbers 
Oxford mathematics activities learner’s book 3 page55 



2 
Numbers 
Addition 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to add three single digit numbers with sum up to 27 
How do we add 3single digit numbers? 
Learners to add three single digits with the sum not exceeding 27 
Chalkboard Oxford mathematics activities learner’s book 3 page 5657 
Written exercise 


3 
Numbers 
Addition 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to add two 3digit numbers without regrouping 
How do we add 3digit numbers without regrouping? 
Learner should practice adding 3digit numbers without regrouping 
Chalk board charts Oxford mathematics activities learner’s book 3 page 59 
Written exercise 


4 
Numbers 
Addition 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to add two 3digit numbers with regrouping with sum not exceeding 1000 
How do we add 3digit numbers with regrouping 
Learners to add two 3digit numbers with regrouping 
Chalk board charts Oxford mathematics activities learner’s book 3 page 61 
Written exercise 


5 
Numbers 
Addition 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to work out missing numbers in patterns involving addition up to 1000 
What is the next number? 
Learners to find the next number in the patterns 
Chalk board charts Oxford mathematics activities learner’s book 3 page 64 
Observation Written exercise 
