# Long Range Plans 2010 Math _4_

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```					                                                   Long Range Plans- 3rd grade
2010-2011

School
Chapter                        Skill               C/C                      Objectives/Outcomes
Calendar
    counting                                  Students will apply multiple representation to
    place value                   1.1.1        describe whole numbers to 9, 999.
Aug 16-26   Numbers to 10,000
    comparing and ordering        1.1.3       Students will compare and order whole numbers
numbers                                    to whole numbers.
    Students will apply multiple representation to
describe whole numbers to 9, 999.
Aug 27-     Mental Math and          subtraction                   1.1.1
    Students will apply and describe appropriate
Sept 8        Estimation            rounding numbers to           1.2.1
strategies for estimating quantities of objects and
estimation (front end)
computation results.
    addition without regrouping               Students will apply multiple representation to
    addition with regrouping in                describe whole numbers to 9, 999.
Sept 9-17                             hundreds                                  Students will analyze and apply operations to
10,000                                             1.3.1
    addition with regrouping in                solve RW problems (add and subtract whole
ones, tens, and hundreds                   numbers with three digits or less)
    subtraction w/o regrouping
    subtraction w/ regrouping
    Students will apply multiple representation to
in hundreds and
describe whole numbers to 9, 999.
Sept 20-     Subtraction up to        thousands                     1.1.1
    Students will analyze and apply operations to
27              10,000             subtraction w/regrouping in   1.3.1
solve RW problems (add and subtract whole
ones, tens, hundreds, and
numbers with three digits or less)
thousands
   subtraction across zeros
Using Bar Models:
    Students will analyze and apply operations to
Sept 28-         Subtraction         Real world problems:
1.3.1        solve RW problems (add and subtract whole
Oct 5      *Go back to second        addition and subtraction
numbers with three digits or less)
assessment
Multiply and divide     skip counting                             Students will skip- count forward and backward
Oct 11-     with 2, 3, 4, 5, and    multiplying 2, 3, 4, 5, and   1.3.2        by 2’s,, 5’s, 10’s, and 100’s.
19                 10              10 with skip counting and     1.5.1       Students will identify and provide examples of
(Second Grade           dot paper                                  multiple of a number, and will apply these
Chapter 5 and 6)                                                   numbers to solve RW problems.
   multiplication properties
   multiply by 6, 7, 8, 9
Multiplication         division                                 Students will identify and provide examples of
Oct 20-
Nov 5
Tables of 6, 7, 8,      finding the number of         1.5.1       multiple of a number, and will apply these
and 9               items in each group                       numbers to solve RW problems.
   division: making equal
groups
   mental multiplication
   multiplying w/out                        Students will identify and provide examples of
Nov 8- 15      Multiplication         regrouping                    1.5.1       multiple of a number, and will apply these
   multiplying ones, tens, and               numbers to solve RW problems.
hundreds w/ regrouping
   mental division
   quotient and remainder
   odd and even numbers
   Students will divide two digit numbers by single
Nov 16-23        Division            division w/out remainder      1.3.1
digit divisors.
and regrouping
   division w/ regrouping in
tens and ones
   coin values
   coin combinations
   Students will apply standard units to measure
   changing dollars to cents
Money                                                        money (value of coins and bills)
Nov 29-                             dollar notation               2.1.1
*review coin value                                                Students will analyze and apply operations to
before starting unit* 
solve RW problems (add and subtract decimals
   subtraction                               related to money).
   real world problems with
money
   Measure to the nearest ½
in (lesson 15.1)
   Measure to the nearest cm
Measurement            measure to the nearest                   Students will apply standard units to measure
Dec 13-
*supplemented by          quarter hour (lesson 16.1)    2.1.1       length, determine weight, time, money, and
Jan 5
unit 15             measuring weight (lesson                  temperature.
15.2)
   temperature to the nearest
degree F (lesson 16.6)
   match appropriate tool with
measureable attributes
   RW problems with time
and temp. (lesson 16.7)
   making bar graphs with
scales
   making, interpreting, and                Students will analyze and make inferences from
reading bar graphs                        data displays (drawings, tables/charts, tally
Jan 5-18       Bar Graphs                                          4.1.1
   line plots                                tables, pictographs, bar graphs, circle graphs, line
   pictographs, circle graphs,               plots, and Venn Diagrams).
Venn Diagrams, tables
and chart
   understanding fractions                  Students will apply multiple representations to
   understanding equivalent                  describe fractions
fractions                                Students will compare and order fractions to
Jan 19-28       Fractions           comparing fractions           1.1.1       fractions
   adding/subtracting like                  Students will analyze real-world problems and
fractions                                 apply operations to add and subtract fractions
   fractions of a set                        with like denominators
   classifying polygons                     Students will describe and provide examples of
Jan 31-                            congruent figures             3.1.1       basic geometric elements.
2-D and symmetry
Feb 11                             geometric terms               3.1.2      Students will describe and provide examples of
   symmetry                                  basic 2-D shapes
   introduction of 3-D shapes               Students will describe and provide examples of
   geometric terms-edges,        3.1.1       basic geometric elements.
Feb 14-25      3-D Shapes
vertices, faces, bases        3.1.3      Students will describe and provide examples of
   building 3-D shapes                       basic 3-D objects
   Students will extend simple patterns
   revisit patterns
   Students will describe functions through pictures
   function machines
5.1.1       and words
Feb 28-                            number sentence with a
Mar 11
Algebraic Thinking                                     5.1.2      Students will model RW and MP with simple
missing value
5.3.1       number sentences with a missing value and apply
   apply number sentences to
simple number sentences to solve MP and RW
RW problems
problems
   rounding                                 Students will apply and describe appropriate
Mar 14-17      Estimation           estimating sums and           1.2.1       strategies for estimating quantities of objects and
differences                               computation results.
   rounding money
   RW problems with
estimation
Mar 21-
Yearly Review       
Apr 15
Using Bar Models:
Multiplication and
Division

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