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Math 3rd Grade GRADE LEVEL STANDARDS/DOK PERFORMANCE ESSENTIAL SUGGESTED ACTIVITIES/ GRADING INDICATORS QUESTIONS/ ASSESSMENTS PERIOD CONTENT/TERMS Number Properties and Operations Whole number sense, addition and subtraction are key concepts and skills developed in early childhood. Students build on their number sense and counting sense to develop multiplication and division. They move flexibly and fluently through basic number facts, operations and representations. Their understanding of the base-10 number system expands to include decimals. They examine various meanings and models of fractions. They explore data, perform measurements and examine patterns as part of the development process for number and operations, using other mathematics strands to enrich number. Computational fluency with whole numbers, relationships among decimals and fractions and techniques for reasonable estimations represent elementary number. Number Sense MA-EP-1.1.1 Students will be able to Why do I need to know Martian 1,2,3 Students will: use manipulatives to how to read, write, and apply multiple representations (e.g., understand facts. compare whole numbers? Kentucky Learns Links drawings, manipulatives, base-10 blocks, How will I use this in my (rounding) number lines, expanded form, symbols) to Students will be able to daily life? describe whole numbers (0 to 10,000): regroup numbers to Kentucky Learns Links apply multiple representations (e.g., four digits. Why is it important to (place value) drawings, manipulatives, base-10 blocks, learn to regroup numbers number lines, symbols) to describe Students will be able to up to four digits in Kentucky Learns Links fractions (halves, thirds, fourths); identify place value to addition and subtraction? (number line) apply these numbers to represent real- the ten thousands place. world problems and Expanded form OR Fractions explain how the base 10 number system Students will be able to Fractions relates to place value. read and write numbers Place value DOK 2 and their points on a Number line number line. Point plot MA-EP-1.1.2 Students will be able to Number words OR Question 3 Students will read, write, and rename whole read and write to (place value) numbers (0 to 10,000) and apply to real-world 10,000. and mathematical problems. Kentucky Learns Links (numbers and counting) Bold – State Assessment Content Statement 1 Italics – Supporting Content Statement updated 2/28/08 Math 3rd Grade GRADE LEVEL STANDARDS/DOK PERFORMANCE ESSENTIAL SUGGESTED ACTIVITIES/ GRADING INDICATORS QUESTIONS/ ASSESSMENTS PERIOD CONTENT/TERMS Students will be able to How could you use real Kentucky Learns Links 2,3,4 MA-EP-1.1.3 compare whole life situations to explain (place value) Students will compare (<, >, =) and order numbers for greater, fractions, decimals and whole numbers to whole numbers, decimals to lesser or equal. whole numbers? Kentucky Learns Links decimals (as money only) and fractions to Students will be able to (addition and subtraction) fractions (limited to pictorial representations). understand equivalence Place value, value DOK 1 relationships between Compare, greater, less, Kentucky Learns Links simple fractions and equal, Equivalent (fractions) whole numbers. OR Possible Combinations Estimation MA-EP-1.2.1 Students will be able to When is knowing how to Valentine Graphing 2,4 Students will apply and describe appropriate use estimation in estimate useful? strategies for estimating quantities of objects computing results. Pumpkin Seeds and computational results (limited to addition How do you make and subtraction). estimation? Kentucky Learns Links DOK 2 (measurement) Computing Estimate Kentucky Learns Links Quantities (estimation) Number Operations MA-EP-1.3.1 Students will be able to Why is it important to Broken Heart 1,2,3,4 Students will analyze real-world problems to add and subtract simple know all of our basic identify the appropriate representations using fractions and simple subtraction, addition, Martian mathematical operations, and will apply decimals. multiplication and operations to solve real-world problems with division facts? Multiplication & Me the following constraints: Students will use Add and subtract whole numbers with manipulatives and How does skip counting Kentucky Learns Links three digits or less; physical models to relate to multiplication? (addition and subtraction) Multiply whole numbers of 10 or less; explore the concepts of Add and subtract fractions with like addition, subtraction, Factors product T-races denominators less than or equal to multiplication, and Decimal point four and division. Mental computation Kentucky Learns Links Add and subtract decimals related to Addend, sum, difference (add/subtract fractions/decimals) money. Students will use Numerator denominator Bold – State Assessment Content Statement 2 Italics – Supporting Content Statement updated 2/28/08 Math 3rd Grade GRADE LEVEL STANDARDS/DOK PERFORMANCE ESSENTIAL SUGGESTED ACTIVITIES/ GRADING INDICATORS QUESTIONS/ ASSESSMENTS PERIOD CONTENT/TERMS DOK 2 mental math, Fraction whole number Kentucky Learns Links pencil/paper methods, Simple fraction (mental math/estimation) calculators, and/or computers to explore Kentucky Learns Links mathematical concepts. (math worksheets) Kentucky Learns Links Students will be able to (fractions) regroup numbers in addition and OR Pizza Party subtraction. Students will know placement of numerator and denominator. Students will be able to determine which fraction is larger in a given set. Students will be able to readily recall addition and subtraction facts through 20 and multiplication facts 0- 10, and understand division facts. MA-EP-1.3.2 Students will be able to Skip count multiples Kentucky Learns Links 2 Students will skip-count forward and backward skip count forward and (numbers and counting) by 2s, 5s, 10s, and 100s. backward by any whole number up to ten and any multiples of 10 using mental math and manipulatives. Why is it important to 3,4 MA-EP-1.3.3 Students will be able to know all of our basic Students will divide two digit numbers by single understand division subtraction, addition, Bold – State Assessment Content Statement 3 Italics – Supporting Content Statement updated 2/28/08 Math 3rd Grade GRADE LEVEL STANDARDS/DOK PERFORMANCE ESSENTIAL SUGGESTED ACTIVITIES/ GRADING INDICATORS QUESTIONS/ ASSESSMENTS PERIOD CONTENT/TERMS digit divisors (with or without remainders) in facts. multiplication and real-world and/or mathematical problems. division facts? Divisor Dividend Quotient Ratios and Proportional Reasoning (not assessed at the elementary level) Properties of Numbers and Operations MA-EP-1.5.1 Students will recognize Why is it important to Kentucky Learns Links 1 Students will identify and provide examples of odd and even numbers. understand odd numbers, (numbers and counting) odd numbers, even numbers, and multiples of even numbers and a number, and will apply these numbers to Students will be able to multiples and how they OR Even and Odd Two Digit Numbers solve real-world problems. identify multiples of relate to everyday DOK 2 numbers up to 10. situations? OR Even and Odd Three Digit Numbers Odd; even OR Even and Odd Three Digit Numbers (2) Multiples MA-EP-1.5.2 Students will Commutative property OR-Peaches (multiplication) 3 Students will use the commutative properties of understand various Identity properties addition and multiplication, the identity properties of addition Zero property OR-Video Return properties of addition and multiplication and the and multiplication. zero property of multiplication in written and mental computation. Measurement Students progress from measuring using nonstandard units to using standard units of measurement. They identify measurable attributes of objects, estimate and measure weight, length, perimeter, area, angles, temperature, time and money. They convert units within the same measurement system. MA-EP-2.1.1 Students will measure How are standard units of Have time? 3,4 Students will apply standard units to to the nearest half-inch measurement used in measure length (to the nearest half-inch or and quarter-inch. everyday life? OR Question the nearest centimeter) and to determine: (money) weight (nearest pound); Students will know how Half past time (nearest minute); and to count money to the Quarter of/after Bold – State Assessment Content Statement 4 Italics – Supporting Content Statement updated 2/28/08 Math 3rd Grade GRADE LEVEL STANDARDS/DOK PERFORMANCE ESSENTIAL SUGGESTED ACTIVITIES/ GRADING INDICATORS QUESTIONS/ ASSESSMENTS PERIOD CONTENT/TERMS money (identify coins and bills by value) exact amount and make Weight, pounds, ounces, Kentucky Learns Links and change to $1.00; using length, centimeter, inch (measurement) temperature (Fahrenheit). the correct symbols for Amount DOK 1 money. Kentucky Learns Links Elapsed time (time) Students will tell time to the nearest minute, OR-balance grams and determine elapsed time. Students will be able to weigh objects to the nearest pound. MA-EP-2.1.2 Students will identify Fahrenheit 3 Students will use standard units to measure temperature on both the Celsius temperature in Fahrenheit and Celsius to the Fahrenheit and Celsius nearest degree. scale. MA-EP-2.1.3 Students will be able to Balances 3 Students will choose appropriate tools (e.g., use proper tools when thermometer, scales, balances, clock, ruler) for measuring. specific measurement tasks. MA-EP-2.1.4 Students will be able to Attributes OR Question 2,3 Students will use nonstandard and standard units estimate measurement (money) of measurement to identify measurable attributes using both standard and of an object (length – in, cm; weight – oz, lb) and Metric units of Kentucky Learns Links make an estimate using appropriate units of measurement. (measurement) measurement. MA-EP-2.1.5 Students will be able to Kentucky Learns Links 3 Students will use units of measurement to order objects by (geometric shapes) describe and compare attributes of objects to weight and length. include length (in, cm), width, height, money OR-Shapes (cost), temperature (F), and weight (oz, lb), and sort objects and compare attributes by shape, size, and color. Bold – State Assessment Content Statement 5 Italics – Supporting Content Statement updated 2/28/08 Math 3rd Grade GRADE LEVEL STANDARDS/DOK PERFORMANCE ESSENTIAL SUGGESTED ACTIVITIES/ GRADING INDICATORS QUESTIONS/ ASSESSMENTS PERIOD CONTENT/TERMS MA-EP-2.1.6 Perimeter Students will estimate weight, length, perimeter, Area area, angle measures and time using appropriate angle units of measurement. Systems of Measurement MA-EP-2.2.1 Students will give Customary Kentucky Learns Links 3 Students will describe, define, give examples of examples of each of the Metric (measurement) and use to solve real-world and mathematical following: Elapsed time problems nonstandard and standard (U.S. Measurement in inches OR-Jawbreaker/money Customary, metric) units of measurement to and centimeters include length (in., cm.), time, money, Time OR-Sharing a Pie (money) temperature (Fahrenheit) and weight (oz., lb). Money Fahrenheit temperature Weight in pounds and ounces Students will determine elapsed time in half hours. MA-EP-2.2.2 Students will determine elapsed time by half hours. MA-EP-2.2.3 Students will be able to OR-Punch recipe Students will convert units within the same convert unit: measurement including money (dollars, cents), Money OR-Ruler: cm/in time (minutes, hours, days, weeks, months), Time weight (ounce, pound), and length (inch, foot). Weight Length Geometry Students explore and find basic geometric elements and terms, two-dimensional shapes and three-dimensional objects. They find and use symmetry. They move two-dimensional figures in a plane and explore congruent and similar figures. Shapes and Relationships Bold – State Assessment Content Statement 6 Italics – Supporting Content Statement updated 2/28/08 Math 3rd Grade GRADE LEVEL STANDARDS/DOK PERFORMANCE ESSENTIAL SUGGESTED ACTIVITIES/ GRADING INDICATORS QUESTIONS/ ASSESSMENTS PERIOD CONTENT/TERMS Students will recognize How does geometry relate Kentucky Learns Links 1,4 MA-EP-3.1.1 basic geometric to real world situations? (2D and 3D shapes) Students will describe and provide examples of elements such as sides, basic geometric elements and terms (sides, faces, vertices, edges, Sides Kentucky Learns Links edges, faces, bases, vertices, angles), and will and angles. Edges (geometric elements) apply these elements to solve real-world and Faces mathematical problems. Students will identify, Vertices DOK 2 draw, and represent line Angles segments and angles. Students will be able to describe plane and geometric figures in terms of shape, size, perimeter and area. MA-EP-3.1.2 Students will identify, When is the Students will describe and provide examples of compare, measure, label understanding of two- basic two-dimensional shapes (circles, and draw all basic two dimensional shapes useful triangles, squares, rectangles, trapezoids, dimensional geometric in real-world situations? rhombuses, hexagons), and will apply these shapes. shapes to solve real-world and mathematical Two-dimensional problems. Trapezoid, Rhombus, DOK 2 Hexagon MA-EP-3.1.3 Students will identify, When is the Kentucky Learns Links 4 Students will describe and provide examples of compare, and label: understanding of 3- (2D and 3D shapes) basic three-dimensional objects (spheres, Cubes dimenstional shapes cones, cylinders, pyramids, cubes), and will Spheres useful in real-world apply these attributes to solve real-world and Cylinders situations? mathematical problems. Cones Pyramids Geometric solids DOK 1 Rectangular 3-dimensional; prisms MA-EP-3.1.5 Students will identify Congruent Students will identify and describe congruent and describe congruent figures in real-world and mathematical problems. figures. Students will Bold – State Assessment Content Statement 7 Italics – Supporting Content Statement updated 2/28/08 Math 3rd Grade GRADE LEVEL STANDARDS/DOK PERFORMANCE ESSENTIAL SUGGESTED ACTIVITIES/ GRADING INDICATORS QUESTIONS/ ASSESSMENTS PERIOD CONTENT/TERMS determine if simple shapes are congruent. Transformations of Shapes MA-EP-3.2.1 Students will be able to In what situations can you Kentucky Learns Links 2 Students will describe and provide examples of match congruent figures use symmetry in the real (congruence & symmetry) line symmetry in real-world and mathematical and draw a line of world? problems or will apply one line of symmetry to symmetry. construct a simple geometric design. Symmetry, Congruent DOK 2 Students will explore flips, slides, and turns Flips (reflections) using physical models, Slides (translations) and identify these Turns (rotations) images in a plane. Students will be able use symmetry to construct a geometric design. Coordinate Geometry MA-EP-3.3.1 Students will be able to Ordered pairs Kentucky Learns Links 4 Students will locate points on a grid representing recognize coordinates. (coordinates) a positive coordinate system. Data Analysis and Probability Students pose questions, plan and collect data, organize and display data and interpret displays of data. They generate outcomes for simple probability activities, determine fairness of probability games and explore likely and unlikely events. MA-EP-4.1.1 Students will be able to How can using a Venn Fish Bowl 4 Students will analyze and make inferences collect and organize diagram help in from data displays (drawings, tables/charts, data into appropriate comparing data? Why Birthday Graph tally tables, pictographs, bar graphs, circle graphs. would this be helpful in graphs with two or three sectors, line plots, the real world? Kentucky Learns Links two-circle Venn diagrams). (charts and graphs) How can you explain the DOK 3 importance of organizing OR-sharing a pie (graphing) information into charts and graphs? Bold – State Assessment Content Statement 8 Italics – Supporting Content Statement updated 2/28/08 Math 3rd Grade GRADE LEVEL STANDARDS/DOK PERFORMANCE ESSENTIAL SUGGESTED ACTIVITIES/ GRADING INDICATORS QUESTIONS/ ASSESSMENTS PERIOD CONTENT/TERMS Line, Bar, Pie, Pictograph, Tally, Line plot, Venn diagram MA-EP-4.1.2 Students will collect How do you show and Cookie Graph 2,4 Students will collect data. data. compare data? MA-EP-4.1.3 Students will use How do you show and Cookie Graph 2,4 Students will organize and display data. technology to organize compare data? and display data. Data, graph, pictograph, bar graph Characteristics of Data Sets MA-EP-4.2.1 Students will determine the mode (of a set of data with no more than one mode) and the range of a set of data. Experiments and Samples MA-EP-4.3.1 Students will use data Data, graph, pictograph, Cookie Graph 2,4 Students will pose questions that can be answered to make predictions and bar graph by collecting data. draw simple conclusions. Probability Bold – State Assessment Content Statement 9 Italics – Supporting Content Statement updated 2/28/08 Math 3rd Grade GRADE LEVEL STANDARDS/DOK PERFORMANCE ESSENTIAL SUGGESTED ACTIVITIES/ GRADING INDICATORS QUESTIONS/ ASSESSMENTS PERIOD CONTENT/TERMS MA-EP-4.4.3 Students will use Why is it important to Kentucky Learns Links 2 Students will describe and give examples of the manipulatives to understand or be able to (probability) probability of an unlikely event (near zero) and a determine simple determine probability? likely event (near one). probability. OR-probability Probability Likely event Unlikely event Algebraic Thinking Students explore and examine patterns and develop rules to go with patterns. They generate input-output for functions and create tables to analyze functions. They use ordered pairs and plot points in the first quadrant of the Cartesian plane. Students use number sentences with missing values. Patterns, Relations, and Functions MA-EP-5.1.1 Students will be able to Why is it important to be Kentucky Learns Links 3 Students will extend simple patterns (e.g., 2, 4, extend and create able to extend simple (patterns) 6, 8 …; ◊∆◊∆…) using manipulatives, pictures patterns. patterns in the real world? or words. OR-Patterns DOK 2 OR Patterns MA-EP-5.1.2 Students will describe How are algebraic OR-Pattern Features Students will describe functions (input-output) basic functions. equations useful/helpful through pictures and words, and explore in the real world? unknowns and open sentences to express Students will use relationships, and create stories about calculators to explore Input, Output, mathematical sentences with missing values. how constant addition Functions produces a pattern. DOK 2 MA-EP-5.1.3 Students will determine the value of an output given a function rule and an input value. Equations and Inequalities Bold – State Assessment Content Statement 10 Italics – Supporting Content Statement updated 2/28/08 Math 3rd Grade GRADE LEVEL STANDARDS/DOK PERFORMANCE ESSENTIAL SUGGESTED ACTIVITIES/ GRADING INDICATORS QUESTIONS/ ASSESSMENTS PERIOD CONTENT/TERMS Students will find How are simple number 3 MA-EP-5.3.1 solutions to number sentences used in Students will model real-world and sentences and sentences everyday life? mathematical problems with simple number with missing values. sentences (equations and inequalities) with a Equation, Inequality missing value (e.g., Number sentence 2 + ? = 7, ___< 6) and apply simple number sentences to solve mathematical and real-world problems. DOK 2 Bold – State Assessment Content Statement 11 Italics – Supporting Content Statement updated 2/28/08

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