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`CORRELATIONTO EVERYDAY MATHEMATICS, THIRD GRADE Everyday Mathematics Teacher's Lesson Guide THIRD GRADE Unit 1 Routines, Reviews, and Assessment 1.1 Numbers All Around Museum Marilyn Burns Classroom Math Library* Marilyn Burns Classroom Math Library Instructional ContentHigh interest, award winning, age Alexander, Who Used to Be Rich appropriate literature is a hands-on Last Sunday, pp. 14-15; Amanda Bean's Amazing Dream, pp. 16-17; link to math in the real world. Annabelle Swift, Kindergartner, pp. 18-19; Bats on Parade, pp. 20-21; The Best of Times, pp. 22-23; Count to a Million, pp. 24-25; The Doorbell Rang, pp. 26-27; Each Orange Had 8 Slices, pp. 28-29; Eating Fractions, 30-31 ; The 512 Ants on Sullivan Street, pp. 32-33; George Shrinks, pp. 34-35 ; Give Me Half!, pp. 36-37; The Grapes of Math, pp. 38-39; The Greedy Triangle, pp. 40-41; How Big Is a Foot?, pp. 42-43; How Much, How Many, How Far, How Heavy, How Long, How Tall Is 1000? , pp. 4445; Math for All Seasons, pp. 46-47; Max's Money, pp. 48-49; Night Noises, pp. 10-13; One Duck Stuck, pp. 50-51; One Hundred Hungry Ants, pp. 52-53; 1001 Things to Spot in the Sea, pp. 54-55; Pigs Will Be Pigs, pp. 56-57; Sea Squares, pp. 5859; Spunky Monkeys on Parade, pp. 60-611.2 Number Grids 1.3 Introducing the Student Reference Book 1.4 Tools for Mathematics George Shrinks, pp. 34-35; How Big Students use rulers to measure objects Is a Foot?, pp. 42-43 1.5 Analyzing and Displaying Data Students collect data and graph How Big Is a Foot?, pp. 42-43 results. Students compare and analyze data. 1.6 Equivalent Names 1.7 Finding Differences 1.8 Calculator RoutinesCORRELATIONTO EVERYDAY MATHEMATICS, THIRD GRADE Everyday Mathematics Teacher's Lesson Guide THIRD GRADE 1.9 Money Marilyn Burns Classroom Math Library* Pigs Will Be Pigs, pp. 56-57; Alexander, Who Used to Be Rich Last Sunday, pp. 14-15; Annabelle Swift, Kindergartner, pp. 18-19 Alexander, Who Use to Be Rich Last Sunday, pp. 14-15; Pigs Will Be Pigs, pp.56-57 Amanda Bean's Amazing Dream, pp. 16-17; Bats on Parade, pp.20-21; Math for All Season, pp. 46-47; One Hundred Hungry Ants, pp. 52-53 Marilyn Burns Classroom Math Library Instructional Content Students solve various problems dealing with money, such as making change. Students explore dollars and cents notation. Students estimate money amounts and solve problems that involve making change. Students explore arrays.1.10 Solving Problems with Dollars and Cents 1.11 Patterns1.12 The Length-of-Day Project 1.13 Unit 1 Review and Assessment Unit 2 Adding and Subtracting Whole Numbers 2.1 Fact Families 2.2 Extensions of Addition and Subtraction Facts 2.3 &quot;What's My Rule?&quot;The Best of Times, pp. 22-23; The 512 Ants on Sullivan Street, pp. 3233Students explore doubles.2.4 Parts-and-Total Number Stories 2.5 Change Number Stories Alexander, Who Use to Be Rich Last Students solve change-to-more and Sunday, pp. 14-15; Pigs Will Be Pigs, change-to-less money number stories. pp.56-57 Night Noises, pp.10-13; Alexander, Who Use to Be Rich Last Sunday, pp. 14-15; Pigs Will Be Pigs, pp.5657 Alexander, Who Use to Be Rich Last Sunday, pp. 14-15; Pigs Will Be Pigs, pp.56-57 Night Noises, pp.10-13; One Duck Stuck, pp. 50-51 Students solve multidigit addition problems.2.6 Comparison Number Stories 2.7 The Partial-Sums Algorithm2.8 The Trade-First Subtraction Algorithm 2.9 Addition with Three or More Addends 2.10 Unit 2 Review and Assessment Unit 3 Linear Measures and AreaStudents solve multidigit subtraction problems. Students solve problems with multiple addends.CORRELATIONTO EVERYDAY MATHEMATICS, THIRD GRADE Everyday Mathematics Teacher's Lesson Guide THIRD GRADE 3.1 The &quot;Class Shoe&quot; Unit of Length 3.2 Measuring with a Ruler 3.3 Standard Linear Measures Marilyn Burns Classroom Math Library* How Big Is a Foot?, pp.42-43 Marilyn Burns Classroom Math Library Instructional Content Students explore the importance of standard units of measure.3.4 Perimeter 3.5 Explorations: Exploring Perimeter and Area 3.6 Area 3.7 Number Models for Area 3.8 Diameter and Circumference 3.9 Unit 3 Review and Assessment Unit 4 Multiplication and Division 4.1 Multiples of Equal GroupsGeorge Shrinks, pp. 34-35; How Big Students estimate and measure lengths various objects. Is a Foot?, pp. 42-43; How Much, How Many, How Far, How Heavy, How Long, How Tall is 1000? , pp.4445 Students explore polygons. The Greedy Triangle, pp.40-414.2 Multiplication ArraysAmanda Bean's Amazing Dream, pp. 16-17; Annabelle Swift, Kindergartner, pp. 18-19, Bats on Parade, pp. 20-21; One Hundred Hungry Ants, pp. 52-53; Spunky Monkeys on Parade, pp. 60-61 Amanda Bean's Amazing Dream, pp. 16-17; Bats on Parade, pp. 20-21; Math for All Seasons, pp. 46-47; One Hundred Hungry Ants, pp. 52-53Students solve multiplication problems involving equal size groups.Students explore arrays.4.3 Equal Shares and Equal GroupsThe Doorbell Rang, pp. 26-27; Eating Students explore division problems involving equal sharing. Fractions, pp. 30-31 Annabelle Swift, Kindergartner, pp. 18-19; The Doorbell Rang, pp. 26-27; Each Orange Had Eight Slices, pp. 28-29 The Best of Times, pp. 22-23; Sea Squares, pp. 58-59; Bats on Parade, pp. 20-21 Students solve multiplication and division number story problems.4.4 Division Ties to Multiplication4.5 Multiplication Fact Power and ShortcutsStudents explore various multiplication strategies. Students explore square numbers.4.6 The Multiplication/Division Facts Table and Fact Families 4.7 Baseball MultiplicationCORRELATIONTO EVERYDAY MATHEMATICS, THIRD GRADE Marilyn Burns Classroom Math Everyday Mathematics Teacher's Marilyn Burns Classroom Math Library Instructional Content Lesson Guide THIRD GRADE Library* 4.8 Explorations: Exploring Arrays and Amanda Bean's Amazing Dream, pp. Students explore arrays. Facts 16-17; Bats on Parade, pp. 20-21; Math for All Seasons, pp. 46-47; One Hundred Hungry Ants, pp. 52-53 See A Remainder of One in the Marilyn Burns Grade 4 Math Library, the Literature Link. 4.9 Estimating Distances with a Map Scale 4.10 Unit 4 Review and Assessment Unit 5 Place Value in Whole Numbers and Decimals 5.1 Place Value Through TenStudents explore place value in Count to a Million, pp. 24-25; 1001 Thousands Things to Spot in the Sea, pp. 54-55 large numbers. 5.2 Reading, Writing, and Ordering Numbers 5.3 Place Value to Millions 5.4 Application: The U.S. Census 5.5 Very Large NumbersCount to a Million, pp. 24-25;Students explore place value in large numbers. Students explore large numbers. Students explore the value of Base10 Blocks. Students explore money notation and decimal representation.Count to a Million, pp. 24-255.6 Explorations: Exploring Base-10 1001 Things to Spot in the Sea, pp. Blocks, Polygons, Perimeter, and Area 54-55 5.7 Decimals with Base-10 Blocks Pigs Will Be Pigs, pp. 56-575.8 Tenths and Hundredths 5.9 Decimals to Thousandths 5.10 Application: Rainfall 5.11 Place Value in Decimals 5.12 Sunrise-Sunset Line Graphs 5.13 Unit 5 Review and Assessment Unit 6 Geometry 6.1 Investigating Line Segments, Rays, and Lines 6.2 Parallel and Intersecting Line Segments, Rays, and LinesCORRELATIONTO EVERYDAY MATHEMATICS, THIRD GRADE Everyday Mathematics Teacher's Marilyn Burns Classroom Math Lesson Guide THIRD GRADE Library* 6.3 Angles and Turns 6.4 Triangles The Greedy Triangle, pp. 40-41 6.5 Quadrangles The Greedy Triangle, pp. 40-41 6.6 Polygons The Greedy Triangle, pp. 40-41 6.7 Drawing Angles 6.8 Measuring Angles 6.9 Symmetry 6.10 Explorations: Exploring Congruence, Counting, and Decimals 6.11 Polyhedrons Part 1 6.12 Polyhedrons Part 2 6.13 Unit 6 Review and Assessment Unit 7 Multiplication and Division 7.1 Patterns in Products 7.2 Multiplication Facts Survey 7.3 Fact Power Marilyn Burns Classroom Math Library Instructional Content Students explore triangles. Students explore quadrangles. Students explore polygons.Sea Squares, pp. 58-59; Bats on Parade, pp. 20-21 The Best of Times, pp. 22-23Students explore square numbers.Students solve various multiplication problems to reinforce the importance of attaining fact power.7.4 Number Models with Parentheses 7.5 Scoring in Basketball: an Application 7.6 Extended Facts: Multiplication and One Hundred Hungry Ants, pp. 52-53 Students solve multiplication Division problems involving multiples of ten and one hundred. 7.7 Estimating Costs Students solve problems involving Alexander, Who Used to be Rich estimation. Last Sunday, pp. 14-15; George Shrinks, pp. 34-35; How Much, Mow Many, How Far, How Heavy, How Long, How Tall Is 1000?, pp. 44-45; Pigs Will Be Pigs, pp. 56-57 7.8 Extended Facts: Products of Ten 7.9 Explorations: Exploring Ratios and The Greedy Triangle, pp. 40-41 Geometric Figures 7.10 Unit 7 Review and Assessment Unit 8 Fractions Students explore the properties of various shapes.CORRELATIONTO EVERYDAY MATHEMATICS, THIRD GRADE Everyday Mathematics Teacher's Lesson Guide THIRD GRADE 8.1 Naming Parts with Fractions Marilyn Burns Classroom Math Marilyn Burns Classroom Math Library Instructional Content Library* Eating Fractions, pp. 30-31; George Students explore fractions. Shrinks, pp. 34-35; Give Me Half!, pp. 36-37; Students explore proportional George Shrinks, pp. 34-35 reasoning using fractions and measurement.8.2 Explorations: Exploring Fractions, Re-Forming Squares, and Combinations 8.3 Number Line Posters for Fractions 8.4 Equivalent FractionsGive Me Half!, pp. 36-37Students explore fractions by cutting paper shapes in various ways.8.5 Comparing Fractions 8.6 Fractions Greater Than ONE 8.7 Fractions in Number Stories 8.8 Unit 8 Review and Assessment Unit 9 Multiplication and Division 9.1 Multiply and Divide with Multiples of 10, 100, and 1,000 9.2 Use Mental Math to Multiply 9.3 Explorations: Exploring Arrays, Areas, and FractionsAmanda Bean's Amazing Dream, pp. Students explore arrays. 16-17; Bats on Parade, pp. 20-21; Math for All Seasons, pp. 46-47; One Hundred Hungry Ants, pp. 52-539.4 A Multiplication Algorithm 9.5 Buying at the Stock-Up Sale 9.6 Factors of Whole Numbers 9.7 Sharing MoneyThe Doorbell Rang, pp. 26-27Students use division to solve problems involving equal sharing.9.8 Broken-Calculator Division 9.9 Lattice Multiplication 9.10 Explorations: Exploring Arrays, Equilateral Triangles, and Strength of PaperAmanda Bean's Amazing Dream, pp. Students explore arrays. 16-17; Bats on Parade, pp. 20-21; Math for All Seasons, pp. 46-47; One Hundred Hungry Ants, pp. 52-539.11 Products of 2-Digit Numbers, Part 1 9.12 Products of 2-Digit Numbers, Part 2CORRELATIONTO EVERYDAY MATHEMATICS, THIRD GRADE Everyday Mathematics Teacher's Lesson Guide THIRD GRADE 9.13 Positive and Negative Numbers 9.14 Unit 9 Review and Assessment Unit 10 Measurement and Data 10.1 Review: Length 10.2 Volume 10.3 Explorations: Exploring Volume 10.4 Weight 10.5 Weight and Volume 10.6 Capacity 10.7 The Mean and the Median 10.8 Calculating the Mean 10.9 Calculator Memory 10.10 Frequency Distributions 10.11 Coordinate Grids 10.12 Unit 10 Review and Assessment Marilyn Burns Classroom Math Library* Marilyn Burns Classroom Math Library Instructional ContentGeorge Shrinks, pp. 34-35; How Big Students use rulers to explore measurement. Is a Foot?, pp. 42-43Unit 11 Probability; End-of-Year Review 11.1 The Language of Chance Events 11.2 A Pattern-Block Toss Experiment 11.3 A Coin-Toss Experiment 11.4 Spinner Experiments 11.5 Designing Spinners 11.6 Blocks-in-a-Bag Experiment 11.7 Using Data to Predict OutcomesHow Big Is a Foot?, pp. 42-43Students organize and analyze results.11.8 The Length-of-Day Project Revisited 11.9 National High/Low Temperatures How Big Is a Foot?, pp. 42-43 Summaries 11.10 Unit 11 Review and AssessmentStudents organize, graph and interpret results.`

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