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```					                      Stripling Elementary Third Grade Math Framework—3rd Nine Weeks 2011-12
 Remember each check mark is a concept and may take more than one mini-lesson.
Week 19 – January 2 - 6, 2012                                                AKS                        Problem Solving              Vocabulary               Harcourt
Unit 7 – Fractions and Decimals                                                                            Hands On              Common fraction
Resources
20 – identify and model place value
Standards             Decimal fraction            Teacher Edition
 How do you identify and model place value from        from tenths through ten thousands

tenths through ten thousands?
Lesson 15 and 16          Decimal point              AKS 20, 21 - 414-417,
21 – use words, pictures and/or
numbers to show the relative sizes of    Identify Fractions                                   424-426
 How do you use words, pictures and/or numbers         digits in place value notation and                                 Denominator
model ways to represent them
and Fraction Parts                                   AKS 34 - 390-395,
to show the relative sizes of digits in place value                                              ASSESSMENT              Number line                413-417, 424-426,
35 - model and explain that the                                                               430
notation and model ways to represent them?
fraction a/b represents “a” equal
TOTD 19              Numerator
sized parts of a whole that is divided                                                        AKS 35 - 389-395,
 How do you model and explain that the fraction        into “b” equal sized parts                                         Tenth (fraction)
CALENDAR FOCUS:                                      406-407, 409-410,
a/b represents “a” equal sized parts of a whole                                                                                                     413, 424-426, 430
38 – estimate, model and explain          Geometry, Number,        Unit-fraction
that is divided into “b” equal sized parts?           addition and subtraction of decimal      Place Value, Fractions                               AKS 36, 37 - 406-407,
fractions and common fractions with                                Fractions Literature
409-410, 414-417,
 How do you estimate, model and explain addition       like denominators
Tuesday PLCs                                       424-426, 430
Polar Bear Math. Bickel,
and subtraction of decimal fractions and common       40 - name points on a number line
Meeting Focus:
using fractions and decimal fractions                              Cindy and Nagda, Ann       AKS 38 - 396-407,
fractions with like denominators?
Jan. 2nd (Monday) Staff   Whitehead.                 409-410, 412, 418-
Development Day                                  421, 424-426, 430,
 How do you name points on a number line using                                                                            Fraction Fun. Adler,       431
fractions and decimal fractions?                                                                                         David A.
Special Dates:           Ed Emberley’s Picture      AKS 39 - 400-407,
Workday                Pie: A Circle Drawing      409-410, 418-426,
01/02/12               Book. Emberley, Ed.        430-431

Think Math

AKS 34, 35, 37 - 534-
541

AKS 39 - 558-564,
580-585
Compiled by Kathy Spruiell
Week 20 – January 9 - 13, 2012                                               AKS                       Problem Solving              Vocabulary               Harcourt
Unit 7 – Fractions and Decimals                                                                          Super Source           Common fraction
Resources
Decimal Decisions        Decimal fraction            Teacher Edition
20 – identify and model place value
from tenths through ten thousands                                                             Teacher Edition
 How do you identify and model place value from                                                                          Decimal point
tenths through ten thousands?                         21 – use words, pictures and/or
ASSESSMENT                                        AKS 20, 21 - 414-417,
numbers to show the relative sizes of        TOTD 20              Denominator                424-426
digits in place value notation and
 How do you use words, pictures and/or numbers         model ways to represent them                                      Number line                AKS 34 - 390-395,
to show the relative sizes of digits in place value                                            CALENDAR FOCUS:                                     413-417, 424-426,
35 - model and explain that the                                   Numerator
notation and model ways to represent them?            fraction a/b represents “a” equal
Geometry, Number,                                  430
sized parts of a whole that is divided   Place Value, Fractions   Tenth (fraction)
AKS 35 - 389-395,
 How do you model and explain that the fraction        into “b” equal sized parts
406-407, 409-410,
a/b represents “a” equal sized parts of a whole       38 – estimate, model and explain
Tuesday PLCs            Unit-fraction
413, 424-426, 430
that is divided into “b” equal sized parts?           addition and subtraction of decimal       Meeting Focus:          Fractions Literature
fractions and common fractions with                                                          AKS 36, 37 - 406-407,
like denominators
Literacy                                         409-410, 414-417,
 How do you estimate, model and explain addition                                                                         Polar Bear Math. Bickel,
Cindy and Nagda, Ann       424-426, 430
and subtraction of decimal fractions and common       40 - name points on a number line
Special Dates:
using fractions and decimal fractions                             Whitehead.                 AKS 38 - 396-407,
fractions with like denominators?
Math Bee                                         409-410, 412, 418-
 How do you name points on a number line using                                                   Test 1 – Record         David A.
421, 424-426, 430,
431
fractions and decimal fractions?                                                                Scores/due by           Ed Emberley’s Picture
Friday             Pie: A Circle Drawing      AKS 39 - 400-407,
Book. Emberley, Ed.        409-410, 418-426,
430-431
GCPS Math Science
Staff Development                                     Think Math
1/9/12 – 1/12/12
AKS 34, 35, 37 - 534-
541

AKS 39 - 558-564,
580-585

Compiled by Kathy Spruiell
Week 21 – January 16 - 20, 2012                                               AKS                        Problem Solving                      Vocabulary               Harcourt
Unit 8 – Fractions and Decimals                                                                             Hands On                      Common fraction
Resources
34 - model and explain that a decimal
Standards                     Decimal fraction            Teacher Edition
fraction (i.e., 3/10) can be written as
a decimal (i.e., 0.3)                         Lesson 24-                                                Teacher Edition
 How do you model and explain that a decimal                                                                                       Decimal point
fraction (i.e., 3/10) can be written as a decimal     36 - model and explain a one place                                                                     AKS 20, 21 - 414-417,
decimal fraction represents tenths            ASSESSMENT                    Denominator                424-426
(i.e., 0.3)?                                          (.3=3/10)                                       TOTD 21
Number line                AKS 34 - 390-395,
 How do you model and explain a one place              37 - use decimal fractions and
413-417, 424-426,
common fractions to represent the                                           Numerator
decimal fraction represents tenths (.3=3/10)?         size of parts created by equal
CALENDAR FOCUS:                                              430
divisions of a whole                        Geometry, Number,               Tenth (fraction)
AKS 35 - 389-395,
 How do you use decimal fractions and common                                                      Place Value, Fractions
38 – estimate, model and explain                                                                       406-407, 409-410,
Unit-fraction
fractions to represent the size of parts created by   addition and subtraction of decimal                                                                    413, 424-426, 430
equal divisions of a whole?                           fractions and common fractions with         Tuesday PLCs                    Fractions Literature
like denominators                           Meeting Focus:                                             AKS 36, 37 - 406-407,
409-410, 414-417,
 How do you estimate, model and explain addition       39 - solve problems, both mentally              Math                        Polar Bear Math. Bickel,
Cindy and Nagda, Ann       424-426, 430
and subtraction of decimal fractions and common       and written, involving fractions with
fractions with like denominators?                                                                 Special Dates:                                             AKS 38 - 396-407,
409-410, 412, 418-
40 - name points on a number line             Math Bee                      Fraction Fun. Adler,
421, 424-426, 430,
 How do you estimate, model and explain addition       using fractions and decimal fractions                                       David A.
Test 2 – Record                 Ed Emberley’s Picture      431
and subtraction of decimal fractions and common
Scores/due by                   Pie: A Circle Drawing
fractions with like denominators?                                                                                                                            AKS 39 - 400-407,
Friday                     Book. Emberley, Ed.        409-410, 418-426,
 How do you name points on a number line using                                                     Special Dates:                                             430-431

fractions and decimal fractions?                                                                    No School                                                   Think Math
Monday, Jan. 16, 2012
Martin Luther King’s                                        AKS 34, 35, 37 - 534-
Birthday Holiday.                                          541

100TH DAY OF                                             AKS 39 - 558-564,
580-585
SCHOOL IS:
1/19/12

Compiled by Kathy Spruiell
Week 22 – January 23 - 27, 2012                                               AKS                        Problem Solving              Vocabulary               Harcourt
Unit 7 – Fractions and Decimals                                                                           Exemplar-“ A            Common fraction
Resources
34 - model and explain that a decimal          Puzzle”              Decimal fraction            Teacher Edition
 How do you model and explain that a decimal           fraction (i.e., 3/10) can be written as   Discuss this problem at
fraction (i.e., 3/10) can be written as a decimal     a decimal (i.e., 0.3)                                               Decimal point              AKS 20, 21 - 414-417,
the next Tuesday
424-426
(i.e., 0.3)?                                          36 - model and explain a one place         Collaborative and/or     Denominator
decimal fraction represents tenths           Half Day Planning                                 AKS 34 - 390-395,
 How do you model and explain a one place              (.3=3/10)                                         meeting.          Number line                413-417, 424-426,
decimal fraction represents tenths (.3=3/10)?                                                   Bring student papers to                              430
37 - use decimal fractions and
discuss.          Numerator
common fractions to represent the
AKS 35 - 389-395,
 How do you use decimal fractions and common           size of parts created by equal
Tenth (fraction)           406-407, 409-410,
fractions to represent the size of parts created by
divisions of a whole                         ASSESSMENT                                        413, 424-426, 430
Unit-fraction
equal divisions of a whole?                           38 – estimate, model and explain               TOTD 22
addition and subtraction of decimal                                                            AKS 36, 37 - 406-407,
Fractions Literature
fractions and common fractions with                                                            409-410, 414-417,
 How do you estimate, model and explain addition       like denominators                         CALENDAR FOCUS:                                      424-426, 430
Polar Bear Math. Bickel,
and subtraction of decimal fractions and common                                                   Geometry, Number,
39 - solve problems, both mentally                                  Cindy and Nagda, Ann       AKS 38 - 396-407,
fractions with like denominators?                     and written, involving fractions with
Place Value, Fractions
like denominators
421, 424-426, 430,
 How do you estimate, model and explain addition                                                   Tuesday PLCs            Fraction Fun. Adler,       431
40 - name points on a number line
and subtraction of decimal fractions and common                                                                           David A.
using fractions and decimal fractions       Meeting Focus:          Ed Emberley’s Picture      AKS 39 - 400-407,
fractions with like denominators?                                                                   Literacy              Pie: A Circle Drawing      409-410, 418-426,
Book. Emberley, Ed.        430-431
 How do you name points on a number line using
fractions and decimal fractions?                                                                  Special Dates:                                        Think Math
Math Bee
AKS 34, 35, 37 - 534-
Test 3 – Record                                    541
Scores/due by
AKS 39 - 558-564,
Friday
580-585

Compiled by Kathy Spruiell
Week 23 – January 30 – February 3, 2012                         AKS                  Problem Solving               Vocabulary               Harcourt
Unit 8 - Time                                                                        January Problem                                        Resources
45 - determine elapsed time to                             AM/am
of the Month                                        Teacher Edition
 How do you determine elapsed time to the   the nearest hour, half hour and
Elapsed time
quarter hour                                                                           AKS 45
nearest hour, half hour and quarter hour
ASSESSMENT             Quarter after
112-118, 122
TOTD 23              Quarter hour

Quarter past
CALENDAR FOCUS:
Geometry, Number,       Quarter til
Place Value, Fractions                                  Think Math
Second
AKS 45
Tuesday PLCs
Meeting Focus:                                      990-1002
Telling Time/Elapsed Time
Literacy/Math           Literature

Special Dates:          Carle.
Math Bee              Get Up and Go! Stuart J.
Test 4 – Record         Murphy.

Scores/due by           Pigs on a Blanket. Amy
WEDNESDAY.             Axelrod.

Pigs on the Move. Amy
Math Bee –            Axelrod.

Preliminary           The Very Hungry
Caterpillar. Carle . Eric
Feb. 2, 2012          Round Trip. Jonas, Ann.
Final
Feb. 3, 2012

Compiled by Kathy Spruiell
Week 24 – February 6 - 10, 2012                                 AKS                   Problem Solving              Vocabulary               Harcourt
Unit 8 - Time                                                                            Hands On             AM/am
Resources
45 - determine elapsed time to                                                          Teacher Edition
Standards            Elapsed time
 How do you determine elapsed time to the   the nearest hour, half hour and
quarter hour                          Lesson 2 –                                       AKS 45
nearest hour, half hour and quarter hour                                                              Quarter after
Measurement
Quarter hour                112-118, 122
Elapsed Time
Quarter past
ASSESSMENT             Quarter til
TOTD 24
Second                         Think Math

CALENDAR FOCUS:                                      AKS 45
Geometry, Number,
Telling Time/Elapsed Time   990-1002
Place Value, Fractions   Literature

Tuesday PLCs            Carle.
Meeting Focus:
Get Up and Go! Stuart J.
Math                Murphy.

Pigs on a Blanket. Amy
Special Dates:         Axelrod.

Pigs on the Move. Amy
Axelrod.

The Very Hungry
Caterpillar. Carle . Eric
Round Trip. Jonas, Ann.

Compiled by Kathy Spruiell
Week 25 – February 13 - 17, 2012                                         AKS                     Problem Solving                Vocabulary                   Harcourt
Unit 9 - Measurement                                                                                Hands On             Centimeter cm
Resources
46 - use appropriate metric and
customary units of length to            Standards            Foot     ft.                     Teacher Edition
AKS 46, 47, 48, 49
 How do you use appropriate metric and customary     include kilometer and mile              Lesson 4 –           Formula
units of length to include kilometer and mile?      47 - measure length to the            Measurement                                             294-296
Inch     in.
nearest quarter inch, half inch        Perimeter of                                           AKS 46: 282-283, 286-
 How do you measure length to the nearest quarter    and millimeter in addition to the
previously learned inch, foot,
Shapes             Kilometer km                     289
inch, half inch and millimeter in addition to the
yard, centimeter, and meter                                  Length                           AKS 47: 278-281
previously learned inch, foot, yard, centimeter,
ASSESSMENT
and meter?                                          48 - estimate length and                                     Meter m                          AKS 48: 282-283, 300
represent it using appropriate          TOTD 25
 How do you estimate length and represent it using   units                                                        Mile mi.                         AKS 49: 284-285,
290-291
appropriate units?                                  49 - compare one unit to another    CALENDAR FOCUS:          Millimeter mm
within a single system of linear     Geometry, Number,                                        AKS 50, 51, 52: 350-
 How do you compare one unit to another within a     measurement                         Place Value, Fractions   Perimeter                        353
single system of linear measurement?                                                                             Yard yd.
Tuesday PLCs                                             AKS 52: 364

Meeting Focus:          Linear Measurement
Think Math
Literature
Literacy/Math
The Best Bug Parade. Stuart J.   AKS 47, 51, 52: 776-
Murphy.                          790
Special Dates:
Student and            Carrie Measures Up. Linda        AKS 47: 744-752,
Williams Aber.                   754-760, 770-775
Teacher holiday –
2/17/12              Chickens on the Move. Pam
Pollack and Meg Belviso.

How Big Is a Foot? Rolf
Myller.

How Tall How Short How Far

Inch by Inch. Leo Lionni.

Compiled by Kathy Spruiell
Week 26 – February 20 - 24, 2012                                         AKS                     Problem Solving                 Vocabulary                   Harcourt
Unit 9 - Measurement                                                                                Exemplar              Centimeter cm
Resources
46 - use appropriate metric and      “Bookmarks for           Foot     ft.                     Teacher Edition
customary units of length to                                                                   AKS 46, 47, 48, 49
 How do you use appropriate metric and customary                                          Friends” Challenging     Formula
include kilometer and mile                   Version
units of length to include kilometer and mile?                                                                                                     294-296
Discuss this problem at   Inch     in.
47 - measure length to the
the next Tuesday                                        AKS 46: 282-283, 286-
 How do you measure length to the nearest quarter    nearest quarter inch, half inch
and millimeter in addition to the
Collaborative and/or     Kilometer km                     289
inch, half inch and millimeter in addition to the                                          Half Day Planning
previously learned inch, foot,
previously learned inch, foot, yard, centimeter,                                                meeting.          Length                           AKS 47: 278-281
yard, centimeter, and meter
and meter?                                                                              Bring student papers to
Meter m                          AKS 48: 282-283, 300
48 - estimate length and                    discuss.
represent it using appropriate
 How do you estimate length and represent it using                                                                 Mile mi.                         AKS 49: 284-285,
units
appropriate units?                                                                         ASSESSMENT                                              290-291
Millimeter mm
49 - compare one unit to another         TOTD 26                                               AKS 50, 51, 52: 350-
 How do you compare one unit to another within a     within a single system of linear                              Perimeter                        353
measurement
single system of linear measurement?                                                    CALENDAR FOCUS:           Yard yd.                         AKS 52: 364
Geometry, Number,
Linear Measurement
Place Value, Fractions                                          Think Math
Literature

Tuesday PLCs            The Best Bug Parade. Stuart J.   AKS 47, 51, 52: 776-
Murphy.                          790
Meeting Focus:
Observation Lab          Carrie Measures Up. Linda        AKS 47: 744-752,
Williams Aber.                   754-760, 770-775

Special Dates:           Chickens on the Move. Pam
Pollack and Meg Belviso.
Student and
Teacher holiday –         How Big Is a Foot? Rolf
Myller.
2/20/12
How Tall How Short How Far

Inch by Inch. Leo Lionni.

Compiled by Kathy Spruiell
AKS                    Problem Solving                Vocabulary                   Harcourt
Week 27 – February 27 – March 2, 2012                                                          February Problem         Centimeter cm
Resources
Unit 9 - Measurement                                        50 - use words, pictures, and/or
numbers to show the meaning of       of the Month           Foot     ft.                     Teacher Edition
a linear unit in measuring                                                                   AKS 46, 47, 48, 49
 How do you use words, pictures, and/or numbers      perimeter                                                   Formula
to show the meaning of a linear unit in measuring                                        ASSESSMENT                                              294-296
Inch     in.
perimeter?                                          51 - use words, pictures and/or        TOTD 27                                               AKS 46: 282-283, 286-
numbers to show that perimeter
Kilometer km                     289
is the boundary of a geometric
 How do you use words, pictures and/or numbers       figure and requires summing the    CALENDAR FOCUS:          Length                           AKS 47: 278-281
to show that perimeter is the boundary of a         linear measures of all sides        Geometry, Number,
geometric figure and requires summing the linear                                       Place Value, Fractions   Meter m                          AKS 48: 282-283, 300
52 - determine the perimeter of
measures of all sides?                              simple geometric figures to                                 Mile mi.                         AKS 49: 284-285, 290-
include squares and rectangles       Tuesday PLCs                                            291
 How do you determine the perimeter of simple                                            Meeting Focus:          Millimeter mm
geometric figures to include squares and                                                                                                         AKS 50, 51, 52: 350-
No Meeting-            Perimeter                        353
rectangles?                                                                             CRCT Blitz Prep         Yard yd.                         AKS 52: 364

Special Dates:         Linear Measurement
Think Math
Literature
Benchmarks
AKS 47, 51, 52: 776-
Interim 3           The Best Bug Parade. Stuart J.
790
Murphy.
Early Release Days
Carrie Measures Up. Linda        AKS 47: 744-752,
02/27/12            Williams Aber.                   754-760, 770-775
02/28/12
Chickens on the Move. Pam
Pollack and Meg Belviso.

How Big Is a Foot? Rolf
Myller.

How Tall How Short How Far

Inch by Inch. Leo Lionni.

Compiled by Kathy Spruiell
AKS                    Problem Solving                 Vocabulary                   Harcourt
Week 28 – March 5 - 9, 2012                                                                       Super Source           Centimeter cm
Resources
Unit 9 - Measurement                                        50 - use words, pictures, and/or
numbers to show the meaning of     Fields and Fences         Foot     ft.                      Teacher Edition
a linear unit in measuring
 How do you use words, pictures, and/or numbers      perimeter                                                    Formula                          AKS 46, 47, 48, 49
to show the meaning of a linear unit in measuring                                         ASSESSMENT
Inch     in.                     294-296
perimeter?                                          51 - use words, pictures and/or         TOTD 28
numbers to show that perimeter                                                                AKS 46: 282-283, 286-
Kilometer km
is the boundary of a geometric
 How do you use words, pictures and/or numbers       figure and requires summing the    CALENDAR FOCUS:                                            289
Length
to show that perimeter is the boundary of a         linear measures of all sides         Geometry, Number,                                        AKS 47: 278-281
geometric figure and requires summing the linear                                        Place Value, Fractions   Meter m
52 - determine the perimeter of                                                               AKS 48: 282-283, 300
measures of all sides?                              simple geometric figures to                                  Mile mi.
include squares and rectangles
Tuesday PLCs                                            AKS 49: 284-285, 290-
 How do you determine the perimeter of simple                                             Meeting Focus:          Millimeter mm                    291
geometric figures to include squares and                                                  No Meeting-            Perimeter                        AKS 50, 51, 52: 350-
rectangles?                                                                              CRCT Blitz Prep                                          353
Yard yd.
AKS 52: 364
Special Dates:          Linear Measurement
GCPS Math Science        Literature
Think Math
Staff Development        The Best Bug Parade. Stuart J.
3/5/12 – 3/8/12         Murphy.                          AKS 47, 51, 52: 776-
790
Carrie Measures Up. Linda
Williams Aber.                   AKS 47: 744-752,
754-760, 770-775
Chickens on the Move. Pam
Pollack and Meg Belviso.

How Big Is a Foot? Rolf
Myller.

How Tall How Short How Far

Inch by Inch. Leo Lionni.

Compiled by Kathy Spruiell
Compiled by Kathy Spruiell

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