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Month                 Content             Performance Standards Addressed              Skills for Student Achievement                Assessment

September      Operations and Algebraic    Operations and Algebraic Thinking            Add and subtract facts to 18 with       Unit Assessments
   Number and Operations in   3.OA 8 & 9-Solve problems involving the       Add 3 and 4 one digit numbers           Math Journal pages
Base Ten                   four operations, and identify and explain     Identify and use fact families          Daily participation
   Measurement and Data       patterns in arithmetic.                       Solve story problems using              Group work
Number and Operations in Base Ten             Identify and use number patterns
to solve problems
3.NBT 1 & 2-Use place value                   Round numbers nearest to 100’s,
understanding and properties of                10’s, and dollars
operations to perform multidigit              Identify place values to 1,000’s
arithmetic.
     Compare numbers using (>,<,=)
symbols
Measurement and Data
     Write numbers to 100,000’s
     Count coins and bills, and make
3.MD 1-Solve problems involving                change to dollar
measurement and estimation of intervals
      Write numbers using expanded
of time, liquid volumes, and masses of
notation
objects.
      Tell and show times to the nearest
minute
3.MD 3 & 4- Represent and interpret
data                                          Calculate elapsed time
Oct./Nov.      Operations and Algebraic     Operations and Algebraic Thinking           Add and subtract multidigit             Unit Assessments
Thinking                   3.OA 3 & 4-Represent and solve                 numbers without regrouping              Worksheets
   Number and Operations in   problems involving multiplication and         Regroup with addition and               Math Journal pages
Base Ten                   division.                                      subtraction of multidigit numbers       Daily participation
   Measurement and Data                                                     Estimate sums and differences of        Group work
   Geometry                   3.OA 5-Understand properties of                multidigit numbers
multiplication and the relationship           Add money
between multiplication and division.          Use basic facts to solve fact
extensions
3.OA 8 & 9-Solve problems involving the       Find and use rules to complete
four operations, and identify and              number patterns
explain patterns in arithmetic.               Complete fact and number
families
Number and Operations in Base Ten
multidigit number stories
3.NBT 1 & 2-Use place value                   Find the perimeter of a polygon
understanding and properties of
1
operations to perform multidigit             Find the area of a rectangular
arithmetic.                                   region divided into square units
   Measure line segments to the
Measurement and Data                  nearest ¼ inch
   Measure line segments to the
3.MD 4-Represent and interpret data           nearest centimeter

3.MD 5 & 6-Geometric measurement:
understand concepts of area and relate
area to multiplication and to addition.

3.MD 8-Geometric measurement:
recognize perimeter as an attribute of
plane figures and distinguish between
linear and area measures.

Geometry

3.G 1-Reason with shapes and their
attributes

Nov./Dec.      Operations and Algebraic    Operations and Algebraic Thinking           Solve equal grouping number              Unit Assessments
Thinking                                                                 stories by using multiplication          Worksheets
   Number and Operations in   3.OA 1, 2, 3 & 4-Represent and solve         Solve equal grouping and equal           Math Journal pages
Base Ten                   problems involving multiplication and         sharing number stories                   Daily participation
division.                                    Know multiplication facts from the       Group work
first set of Fact Triangles
3.OA 5 & 6- Understand properties of         Know multiplication facts having 0,
multiplication and the relationship           1, 2, 5, or 10 as a factor
between multiplication and division.         Complete multiplication/division
fact families
3.OA 7-Multiply and divide within 100.       Read, write, and compare 5-, 6-,
and 7-digit whole numbers
3.OA 8 & 9-Solve problems involving the      Read and write 1-, 2-, and 3-digit
four operations, and identify and explain     decimals
patterns in arithmetic.
   Compare and order decimals
   Identify place value in decimals
Number and Operations in Base Ten
   Identify place value in whole
3.NBT 2 & 3-Use place value                   numbers up to 5 digits
understanding and properties of
operations to perfrom multi-digit
arithmetic.

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January        Geometry                                  Geometry                      Identify, draw, and name line              Unit Assessments
segments, lines, and rays                  Worksheets
3.G 1 & 2-Reason with shapes and their       Draw parallel and intersecting line        Math Journal pages
attributes                                    segments, lines, and rays                  Daily participation
      Draw angles as records of                  Group work
rotations
    Know multiplication facts from the
first set of Fact Triangles
    Identify right angles
    Identify and name 2-D and 3-D
shapes
    Identify symmetric figures and
draw lines of symmetry
February       Operations and Algebraic    Operations and Algebraic Thinking           Understand function and                    Unit Assessments
Thinking                                                                 placement of parentheses in                Worksheets
   Number and Operations in   3.OA 1, 2, 3 & 4-Represent and solve          number sentences and solve                 Math Journal pages
Base Ten                   problems involving multiplication and        Make ballpark estimates for sums           Daily participation
   Number and Operations-     division.                                     and products                               Group work
Fractions                                                               Recognize and know square
3.OA 5 & 6- Understand properties of          products
multiplication and the relationship          Know multiplication facts from the
between multiplication and division.          second set of Fact Triangles
    Solve extended multiplication facts
3.OA 7-Multiply and divide within 100.        to tens times tens
   Compare and order fractions
3.OA 8 & 9-Solve problems involving the      Convert between mixed numbers
four operations, and identify and explain     and fractions
patterns in arithmetic.
   Identify fractions on a number line
   Find equivalent fractions for given
Number and Operations in Base Ten
fractions
3.NBT 1, 2 & 3-Use place value               Solve fraction number stories
understanding and properties of              Identify fractional parts of a set
operations to perfrom multi-digit            Identify fractional parts of a region
arithmetic.

Number and Operations- Fractions

3.NF 1, 2 & 3-Develop understanding of
fractions as numbers.
Mar./Apr.      Operations and Algebraic     Operations and Algebraic Thinking          Solve number stories involving             Unit Assessments
Thinking                                                                 positive and negative integers             Worksheets
3
   Number and Operations in   3.OA 1, 2, 3 & 4-Represent and solve           Multiply multidigit numbers by 1-      Math Journal pages
Base Ten                   problems involving multiplication and           or 2-digit numbers                     Daily participation
division.                                      Find factors of a number               Group work
   Interpret remainders in division
3.OA 5 & 6- Understand properties of            problems
multiplication and the relationship            Solve extended multiplication facts
between multiplication and division.            to hundreds times hundreds
   Solve equal grouping and equal
3.OA 7-Multiply and divide within 100.          sharing number stories
3.OA 8 & 9-Solve problems involving the
four operations, and identify and explain
patterns in arithmetic.

Number and Operations in Base Ten

3.NBT 3-Use place value understanding
and properties of operations to perfrom
multi-digit arithmetic.

Apr./May      Measurement and Data               Measurement and Data                   Find the volume of rectangular         Unit Assessments
prisms                                 Worksheets
3.MD 1 & 2-Solve problems involving            Find the mean of a data set            Math Journal pages
measurement and estimation of intervals        Find the median of a data set          Daily participation
of time, liquid volumes, and masses of         Measure to the nearest centimeter      Group work
objects.                                        and inch
   Know units of measure for length,
3.MD 3 & 4-Represent and interpret              weight, and capacity
data                                           Make a frequency table
   Know multiplication facts
   Make a bar graph
   Collect, organize, record, and
display information using graphs
May/June      Measurement and Data               Measurement and Data                   Understand and use the language        Unit Assessments
of probability                         Worksheets
3.MD 3 & 4-Represent and interpret             Use fractions to record                Math Journal pages
data                                            probabilities                          Daily participation
   Use random draws to predict            Group work
outcomes
   Collect and organize data for use
in predicting outcomes
   Understand area model of
probability and solve simple
spinner problems
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