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MATH - GRADE 3

Quarter 1:

  • Identify and use number patterns to solve number problems.
  • Count by 10’s starting at any number.
  • Count by 100’s starting at any number.
  • Apply place-value concepts in 4-digit numbers.
  • Tell and show times to the nearest minute.
  • Calculate the values of combinations of bills and coins and write the total in dollars-and-cents notation.
  • Find at least 3 equivalent names for numbers.
  • Know addition facts 0-18.
  • Estimate answers to 2 and3-digit addition and subtraction problems.
  • Use basic facts to solve fact extensions.
  • Complete “What’s My Rule?” tables.
  • Know subtraction facts 1-20.
  • Complete fact and number families.
  • Solve addition and subtraction multi-digit number stories.
  • Add 2 and 3-digit numbers using partial sums.
  • Subtract 3-digit numbers using partial differences.
  • Find the perimeter of a polygon. 
  • Find the area of a rectangular region divided into square units. 
  • Measure line segments to the nearest ¼ inch.
  • Measure line segments to the nearest ½ inch.
  • Measure line segments to the nearest centimeter (cm).   

Quarter 2:

  • Solve equal grouping number stories by using multiplication. 
  • Solve equal grouping and equal sharing number stories. 
  • Know multiplication facts having 3 or 4 as one factor and 2 through 7 as the other factor.
  • Know multiplication facts having 2, 5, or 10 as a factor.
  • Complete multiplication/division fact families.
  • Know multiplication facts having 0 or 1 as a factor.
  • Read, write and compare 6-and 7-digit whole numbers.
  • Read and write 3-digit decimals. 
  • Compare and order decimals. 
  • Identify place value in decimals to the hundredths place. 
  • Read and write 1-and 2-digit decimals.
  • Read, write and compare whole numbers up to 5 digits.
  • Identify place value in whole numbers up to 5 digits.
  • Identify, draw, and name line segments, lines, and rays.
  • Draw parallel and intersecting line segments, lines and rays.
  • Draw angles as records of rotations.
  • Identify right angles.
  • Identify and name 2-D shapes.
  • Identify and name 3-D shapes.
  • Identify symmetric figures.
  • Draw multiple lines of symmetry.
  • Knows basic addition facts 0-18.
  • Knows basic subtraction facts 0-18.

Quarter 3:

  • Understand function and placement of parentheses in number sentences. 
  • 2a.  Make ballpark estimates for sums.
  • 2b.  Make ballpark estimates for products.
  • Recognize and know square products.
  • Know multiplication facts with factors from 0-10.
  • Solve extended multiplication facts to tens times tens.
  • Compare and order fractions.
  • Convert between mixed numbers and fractions.
  • Identify fractions on a number line (1/2, 1/4, 3/4, 4/4, or 1.)
  • Find equivalent fractions.
  • Solve fraction number stories.
  • Identify fractional parts of a set.
  • Identify fractional parts of a region.
  • Understand and use the language of probability. 
  • Use fractions to record probabilities of events.
  • Use random draws to predict outcomes.
  • Collect and organize data for use in predicting outcomes.
  • Understand area model of probability and solve simple spinner problems.
  • Knows basic addition facts 0-18.
  • Knows basic subtraction facts 0-18.

Quarter 4:

  • Solve number stories involving positive and negative integers. 
  • Multiply 2-digit numbers by 1-digit numbers. 
  • Multiply 2-digit numbers by 2-digit numbers. 
  • Find a pair of factors of a number.
  • Interpret remainders in division problems.
  • Solve extended multiplication facts to hundreds times hundreds. 
  • Solve number stories involving equal shares and equal groups.
  •  Find the volume of rectangular prisms.
  • Find the mean of a data set (whole numbers.) 
  • Find the median of a data set (whole numbers.) 
  • Measure to the nearest centimeter and inch. 
  • Know units of measure for length, weight, and capacity. 
  • Make a frequency table.
  • Know multiplication facts 0-10. 
  • Make a bar graph. 
  • Knows basic addition facts 1-20. 
  • Knows basic subtraction facts 1-20.
 
 
Brecknock Elementary DR. MARYELLEN KUENY, principal
 
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