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In Math Grade Three, students will learn to multiply and divide within 144 to solve real-world problems. The course provides the opportunity for students to develop an understanding of fractions and area. Students will add and subtract multi-digit numbers using a standard algorithm and will define attributes of quadrilaterals. Describing and analyzing lines is another focus of the course. Other engaging activities include learning about data, time, and measurement.

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I can create addition patterns. I can create subtraction patterns. I can estimate the sum of two multi-digit numbers with the sum within 1000. I can solve addition equations with two multi-digit numbers with the sum within 10,000 using a standard algorithm. I can solve addition equations with three multi-digit numbers with the sum within 10,000 using a standard algorithm. I can solve subtraction equations with two multi-digit numbers with the difference within 10,000 using a standard algorithm

I can solve one-step division equations and word problems involving 0 or 1. I can solve one-step division equations and word problems involving 2, 3, 4, or 5. I can solve one-step division equations and word problems involving 6, 7, 8, or 9. I can solve one-step division equations and word problems involving 10. I can solve one-step division equations and word problems involving 11 or 12.

I can solve multiplication equations using equal groups. I can solve multiplication equations using repeated addition. I can solve multiplication equations using number lines. I can solve multiplication equations using arrays. I can solve division equations related to one-step real-world problems. I can solve division equations using multiplication.

I can solve one-step multiplication equations and word problems involving factors 0 or 1. I can solve one-step multiplication equations and word problems involving factors 2, 3, 4, or 5. I can solve one-step multiplication equations and word problems involving factors 6, 7, 8, or 9. I can solve one-step multiplication equations and problems involving factors 10, 11, or 12. I can solve multiplication equations involving multiples of 10 or 100.

I can solve multiplication equations using the distributive property. I can solve multiplication equations using the associative property. I can solve multiplication equations using the commutative property. I can solve multiplication equations with an unknown number represented by a symbol or letter. I can solve one-step or two-step multiplication equations and word problems using a multiplication property.

I can read numbers from 0 to 10,000 using a given form. I can write numbers from 0 to 10,000 using a given form. I can model four-digit numbers in a given form. I can graph numbers in order up to 10,000. I can compare numbers up to 10,000. I can describe the rounding of numbers from 0 to 1000 to the nearest ten or 100. I can explain whether a number from 1 to 1000 is even or odd.

I can identify equivalent fractions using visual representations. I can explain equivalent fractions using visual representations. I can compare fractions with the same denominators. I can compare fractions with the same numerators. I can compare equivalent fractions to whole numbers.

I can model a fraction in multiple forms. I can explain a unit fraction. I can read fractions in multiple forms. I can write fractions in multiple forms. I can interpret fractional representations. I can create a number line by plotting fractions less than one in order. I can create a number line by plotting fractions greater than one in order.

I can identify quadrilaterals based on their defining attributes. I can draw quadrilaterals based on their defining attributes. I can draw lines of symmetry. I can identify points and line segments in 2-D figures. I can identify perpendicular lines or parallel in 2-D figures.

I can write time to the nearest minute using analog and digital clocks. I can write time to the nearest minute using am and pm appropriately. I can solve one and two-step real-world problems involving elapsed time. I can solve real-world problems involving measurement of liquid volume to the nearest milliliter, half, or quarter cup. I can solve real-world problems involving mass and weight. I can solve real-world problems involving measurement of length using a ruler. I can solve real-world problems involving measurement of temperature to the nearest degree.

I can identify multiplication and division patterns. I can create and extend multiplication and division patterns. I can identify if a number is a multiple of a given one-digit number. I can solve multiplication equations with two whole numbers from 0 to 12. I can solve division equations with the divisor and quotient from 0 to 12. I can solve one and two-step real-world problems involving multiplication and division within 144.

I can calculate the perimeter of a rectangle. I can solve real world problems involving the perimeter of rectangles. I can calculate the area of a rectangle by counting unit squares. I can solve real world problems involving the area of rectangles. I can solve real-world problems involving the area of composite figures. I can solve real world problems involving the perimeter and area of rectangles. I can solve real world problems involving the perimeter and area of composite figures.

I can categorize data to use in a visual representation. I can create a table using a data set. I can create a pictograph using a data set. I can create a line plot using a data set. I can solve one-step problems using a visual representation of data. I can solve two-step problems using a visual representation of data.

**Segment One**

- Reading and writing numbers from 0 to 10,000
- Composing and decomposing four-digit numbers
- Plotting, ordering, and comparing numbers up to 10,000
- Rounding whole numbers from 0 to 1,000
- Identifying even and odd numbers from 1 to 1,000
- Identifying addition and subtraction patterns
- Adding three-digit numbers
- Subtracting three-digit numbers
- Multiplying and dividing using strategies
- Multiplying with factors from 0 to 12
- Dividing with divisors from 0 to 12
- Multiplying using distributive, associative, and commutative properties
- Using graphs to represent and interpret data
- Solving one- and two-step real-world problems with data

**Segment Two**

- Identifying and drawing quadrilaterals
- Identifying and drawing lines of symmetry in two-dimensional figures
- Identifying and drawing points, lines, line segments, and rays
- Finding perimeter and area of a rectangle and composite figures
- Solving real-world problems involving perimeter and area
- Reading and writing fractions
- Plotting, ordering, and comparing fractions greater than and less than one
- Finding equivalent fractions
- Comparing fractions with the same denominator
- Comparing fractions with the same numerator
- Representing and identifying whole numbers as fractions
- Telling time to the nearest minute using a.m. and p.m.
- Solving real-world problems with elapsed time
- Measuring length, liquid volume, and temperature
- Solving real-world problems involving length, mass, weight, temperature, and liquid volume
- Multiplying and dividing fluently
- Solving one- and two-step real-world problems involving multiplication and division

To achieve success, students are expected to submit work in each course weekly. Students can learn at their own pace; however, “any pace” still means that students must make progress in the course every week. To measure learning, students complete self-checks, practice lessons, multiple choice questions, projects, discussion-based assessments, and discussions. Students and families are expected to maintain regular contact with teachers because, when teachers, students, and parents work together, students are successful.

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