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# 3rd Grade

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**Activities For Home**

- Make arrays out of household items (e.g., pennies, beans, blocks) Determine how many items are on each row
- Select multiplication or division facts to illustrate or write a word problem.
- Hunt for multiple sets of objects in the home. Use repeated addition and multiplication to find the totals.
- Sort coins according to type, count the number of coins and then multiply to find the total value of pennies (x 1), nickels (x 5), dimes (x 10) and quarters (x 25).
- Roll 2 number cubes. Find the products of the factors.
- Count quantities of items by 2's, 3's, 5's, and 10's.
- Roll 2 number cubes to determine the factors. Make an array to find the product.
- Act out division problems with counters. For example, Brad has 12 rabbits. He puts the same number of rabbits into each of 4 cages. How many rabbits does Brad put in each cage?
- Roll 2 number cubes and write the fact families. For example, for rolls of 4 and 6, write: 4 X 6 = 24, 6 X 4 = 24,
- Ask your child to find the missing factor. For example, 5 X what number? = 35?

- Roll 2 number cubes. Find the products of the factors.
- Locate numbers in catalogs or newspapers, then practice rounding them to the nearest tens and hundreds.
- Make records of important times of the day (wake-up, dinner, going to school, getting home from school, etc.) and practice telling how long between activities.
- Calculate elapsed time by finding out how long it takes to complete daily activities (soccer practice, homework, take a shower, etc.)
- Fill a small box with blocks (e.g., sugar cubes) to determine its volume. Brainstorm multiple strategies to determine the volume.

- Measure the area of the rooms in your home to determine which rooms are the smallest and largest.
- Use grid paper to make rectangles with the same area.

- Measure the perimeter and area of the rooms in your home to determine which rooms are the smallest and largest.
- Use grid paper to make rectangles with the same perimeters. Determine the area of each rectangle.

- Go on a fraction hunt! Look for household items that are divided into equal parts (fractions of a whole and fractions of a set). Record the fractions.
- Roll number cubes to make fractions. Draw pictures of the fractions you make. Place the fractions you've made in order on a number line.
- Identify fractions at meal times. For example, you ate 1/2 of an apple, 3/4 stalk of celery,1 whole tuna sandwich, and 2/3 of a glass of milk.
- Practice making equivalent fractions.
- Plot fractions on a number line.

- Share and discuss tables and graphs found in newspapers and magazines.
- Conduct a survey among family members or friends and construct a bar graph or pictograph.
- Make a physical pictograph using real objects (e.g., fruits, vegetables, cereal, kitchen tools). Record the graph on paper. Change the scale to create a new pictograph.

- Measure the perimeter and area of the rooms in your home to determine which rooms are the smallest and largest.
- Use grid paper to make rectangles with the same perimeters. Determine the area of each rectangle.
- Act out division problems with counters. For example, Brad has 12 rabbits. He puts the same number of rabbits into each of 4 cages. How many rabbits does Brad put in each cage?
- Use grid paper to create congruent shapes.
- Identify, describe, and classify different household objects as solid figures.
- Identify angles that are less than, equal to and greater than right angles.
- Use tangrams to make plane figures.

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**Topic A**

- Solve multiplication problems using arrays
- Interpreting products as whole numbers
- Interpret products by drawing pictures
- Interpret products by using repeated addition
- Interpret products by using arrays
- Represent equal groups using multiplication
- Represent equal groups using arrays

**Topic B**

- Solve division problems using an array
- Solve division problems by subtracting equal groups
- Solve division problems by drawing pictures
- Divide using a sharing model
- Interpret division as an unknown factor problem using arrays
- Interpret division as an unknown factor problem using fact families
- Interpret division as an unknown factor problem using a bar model

**Topic C**

- Represent multiplication using arrays
- Understand the commutative property by naming arrays
- Understand the commutative property of multiplication in word problems
- Understand multiplication and division relationships
- Use the distributive property of multiplication to solve unfamiliar facts

**Topic D**

**Topic E**

- Solve multiplication problems: using skip counting
- Understand multiplication and division relationships
- Use the distributive property of multiplication to solve unfamiliar facts

**Topic F**

- Use the distributive property of multiplication to solve unfamiliar facts
- Understand multiplication problems: using equal groups
- Solve multiplication problems: using arrays 2
- Understand multiplication problems: matching equations to real-world examples
- Solve division problems: using equal groups
- Understand division problems: matching equations to real-world examples
- Solve word problems using the idea of equal groups
- Solve word problems about equal groups by drawing a model
- Solve equal groups problems using arrays
- Solve comparison problems using bar models
- Solve two-step word problems using a model

#### Games

**Topic A**

- Identifying the start time, change of time, and end time in real-world elapsed time problems
- Solving elapsed time word problems to the nearest hour
- Solving elapsed time word problems to the nearest five minutes
- Solving elapsed time word problems to the nearest minute

**Topic B**

- Understand volume and how volume is measured
- Estimate volume in liters
- Measure volume in liters
- Understand mass and how mass is measured
- Estimate mass in grams
- Estimate mass in kilograms using benchmarks
- Measure mass in grams
- Measure mass in kilograms
- Find the mass of an object using a balance scale
- Find the volume of liquids
- Estimate the mass of an object
- Estimate the volume of a liquid
- Solve mass and volume word problems using addition and subtraction
- Solve mass and volume word problems using multiplication and division

**Topic C**

- Understand the value of a digit in a multi-digit number
- Find benchmark numbers using a number line
- Find the midpoint between two whole numbers
- Round to the nearest ten using a number line
- Round to the nearest hundred using a number line
- Round to the nearest ten or hundred in real world situations

**Topic D**

- Use addition and subtraction fact families to solve for unknown amounts
- Solve addition problems using complements of ten

**Topic E**

**Topic A**

- LearnZillion-Solve for unknowns using the commutative property
- LearnZillion-Solve multiplication problems using the distributive property
- LearnZillion-Solve multiplication problems using the commutative property
- LearnZillion-Understand the commutative property of multiplication in word problems
- LearnZillion-Use the distributive property of multiplication to solve unfamiliar facts

**Topic B**

- Solve division problems using an array
- LearnZillion-Solve multiplication problems using the distributive property
- LearnZillion-Use the distributive property of multiplication to solve unfamiliar facts

**Topic C**

- LearnZillion-Solve multiplication problems using the distributive property
- LearnZillion-Use the distributive property of multiplication to solve unfamiliar facts
- LearnZillion-Solve comparison (measurement) multiplication and division problems
- LearnZillion-Understand division problems: matching equations to real-world examples
- LearnZillion-Understand multiplication problems: matching equations to real-world examples
- LearnZillion-Find the missing quotient in a division problem

**Topic D**

- LearnZillion-Solve multiplication problems using the distributive property
- LearnZillion-Use the distributive property of multiplication to solve unfamiliar facts
- LearnZillion-Solve comparison (measurement) multiplication and division problems
- LearnZillion-Understand division problems: matching equations to real-world examples
- LearnZillion-Understand multiplication problems: matching equations to real-world examples
- LearnZillion-Find the missing quotient in a division problem

**Topic E**

- LearnZillion-Understand multiplication with 0 and 1
- LearnZillion-Understand division with 0 and 1
- LearnZillion-Solve multiplication problems: using properties of 1 and 0
- LearnZillion-Solve division problems: using properties of 1 and 0
- LearnZillion-Solving two-step word problems using a model
- LearnZillion-Solve two-step problems using parenthesis
- LearnZillion-Solve two-step word problems using letters to represent unknowns
- LearnZillion-Assess reasonableness of an answer using front-end estimation

**Topic F**

**Topic A **

- Rectangle Area
- Area and Unit Squares
- LearnZillion-Cover the area of a share using square units
- LearnZillion-Find the area of a share using square units
- LearnZillion-Use equal square units to find the area
- LearnZillion-Find area by breaking down a rectangle into smaller rectangles

**Topic B**

- Rectangle Area
- Area and Unit Squares
- LearnZillion-Cover the area of a shape using square units
- LearnZillion-Find the area of a shape using square units
- LearnZillion-Use square units to find the area
- LearnZillion-Find the area of a square or rectangle by counting unit squares
- LearnZillion-Relate area to arrays
- LearnZillion-Find the area of a rectangle by counting columns and rows
- LearnZillion-Find the area of a rectangle using an array
- LearnZillion-Find the area of a rectangle by multiplying side lengths

**Topic C**

- Rectangle Area
- Area and Unit Squares
- LearnZillion-Apply mathematical reasoning to a known area to find unknown lengths and widths
- LearnZillion-Find the area of a rectangle by partitioning it into arrays of same size squares
- LearnZillion-Find the area of a rectangle by decomposing it into smaller rectangles
- LearnZillion-Find area using distributive property
- LearnZillion-Find missing side lengths by drawing arrays
- LearnZillion-Given the area, find the missing side lengths of a rectangle

**Topic D**

- Rectangle Area
- LearnZillion-Find area using multiplication in real world problems
- LearnZillion-Find area by breaking down rectangles into smaller rectangles
- LearnZillion-Solve real world problems by finding the area of a rectangle
- LearnZillion-Decompose a rectangle
- LearnZillion-Use area models to represent the distributive property

**Games**

**Topic A**

- LearnZillion-Partition a rectangle into rows and columns
- LearnZillion-Find the number of same-size squares in a rectangle
- LearnZillion-Understand fractions as fair shares
- LearnZillion-Represent fractions in different ways
- LearnZillion-Recognize fractions: breaking shapes into equal parts

** Topic B**

- LearnZillion-Recognize fractions breaking shapes into equal parts
- LearnZillion-Write fractions using shapes (1)
- LearnZillion-Write fractions of a set (1)
- LearnZillion-Write fractions of a set (2)
- LearnZillion-Count fractions to make one whole

**Topic C**

- LearnZillion-Identify equivalent fractions using fraction strips
- LearnZillion-Express fractions equivalent to 1 using fraction strips
- LearnZillion-Compare fractions with the same numerator by reasoning about their size
- LearnZillion-Compare fractions with the same denominator by reasoning about their size
- LearnZillion-Recognize when comparisons are valid by reasoning

**Topic D**

- LearnZillion-Identify equivalent fractions using a number line
- LearnZillion-Generate equivalent fractions using a number line
- LearnZillion-Express fractions equivalent to one using a number line

**Topic E**

- LearnZillion-Identify equivalent fractions using fraction models
- LearnZillion-Identify equivalent fractions using a number line
- LearnZillion-Generate equivalent fractions using fraction models
- LearnZillion-Generate equivalent fractions using a number line
- LearnZillion-Express fractions equivalent to 1 using a number line
- LearnZillion-Use circle models to find simple equivalent fractions
- LearnZillion-Use area models to generate equivalent fractions
- LearnZillion-Use a number line to generate equivalent fractions

**Topic F**

- LearnZillion-Compare fractions with the same numerator by reasoning about their size
- LearnZillion-Compare fractions with the same denominator by reasoning about their size
- LearnZillion-Recognize when comparisons are valid by reasoning

**Games**

**Topic A**

- LearnZillion-Draw bars on a graph
- LearnZillion-Label and title a graph
- LearnZillion-Title and label graphs by looking at data collected
- LearnZillion-Determine scale increments
- LearnZillion-Determine an appropriate key for a picture graph
- LearnZillion-Identify questions that can be answered using graphs
- LearnZillion-Answer one-step questions about a bar graph by drawing
- LearnZillion-Answer one-step questions about a picture graph using a t-chart
- LearnZillion-Answer two-step story problems about a bar graph by drawing
- LearnZillion-Answer two-step questions about a picture graph using a t-chart

**Topic B**

- LearnZillion-Measure to the nearest half inch and quarter inch
- LearnZillion-Record object measurements as mixed numbers
- LearnZillion-Organize measurement data in a t-chart
- LearnZillion-Construct and interpret a line plot
- LearnZillion-Collect and display measurement data
- LearnZillion-Creating and reading a ruler to measure objects to the nearest quarter inch
- LearnZillion-Measure an object to the nearest quarter inch using a ruler
- LearnZillion-Display data in fractional amounts by creating a line plot
- LearnZillion-Collect and show data on a line plot
- LearnZillion-Interpret data on a line plot

**Games**

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