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Grade Three 3A. Numbers and Comparing 1. Write Numbers in words. 2. Ordinal numbers to 100th. 3. Roman numerals I, V, X, L, C, D, M. 4. Even and odd. 5. Skip counting puzzles. 6. Number sequences. 7. Put numbers in order. 8. Which number is least / greatest? 9. Comparing Numbers. 10. Comparing numbers with addition and subtraction. 11. Multi ­ step inequalities. 3B. Place values 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Place value models. Place value names. Value of a digit. Identify the digit with a particular place value. Convert to / from a number. Convert between place values. Convert from expanded form. Convert between standard and expanded form. Word problems.

3C. Addition 1. Add two numbers up to three digits. 2. Input / output tables up to three digits.

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3. Word Problems. 4. Complete the addition sentence up to three digits. 5. Balance addition equation up to three digits. 6. Add three or more numbers up to three digits. 7. Addition patterns over increasing place values. 8. Add two or more numbers with four or more digits. 9. Input / output tables with four or more digits. 10. Complete the addition sentence - four or more digits. 11. Balance equations ­ four or more digits. 12. Add three or more numbers with four or more digits. 13. Fill in the missing digits. 3D. Subtraction 1. Subtract numbers up to three digits. 2. Input / output tables up to three digits. 3. Word problems. 4. Balance subtraction equations up to three digits. 5. Subtraction patterns over increasing place values. 6. Subtract numbers with four or more digits. 7. Input / output tables with four or more digits. 8. Fill in the missing digits. 3E. Multiplication 1. Multiplication sentences. 2. Facts to 12. 3. Word problems. 4. Missing factors to 12. 5. Squares up to 20. 6. Multiplication patterns over increasing place values. 7. Multiply numbers ending in zeroes.

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8. Multiply a one digit number by a larger number. 9. Multiply three or more numbers. 10. Input / output tables. 3F. Division 1. Division facts to 12. 2. Word problems. 3. Complete the division sentence ­ facts up to 10. 4. Division patterns over increasing place values. 5. Divide numbers ending in zero. 6. Divide larger numbers. 7. Divisibility rules for 2, 5 and 10. 8. Input / output tables. 3G. Mixed Operations 1. Addition, subtraction, multiplication and division facts. 2. Complete the addition, subtraction, multiplication and division sentence. 3. Word problems. 4. Interpret data in tables. 5. Multi-step word problems. 6. Missing operators. 3H. Properties 1. Addition, subtraction, multiplication and division terms. 2. Understanding parentheses. 3. Properties of addition. 4. Properties in multiplication. 5. Relate addition and multiplication. 6. Relate multiplication and division.

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3I. Equations and Variables 1. Identify equations. 2. Solve for the variable. 3. Write variable equations to represent word problems. 3J. Estimation and rounding 1. Rounding. 2. Round money amounts. 3. Round puzzles. 4. Solve inequalities using estimation. 5. Estimate sums, products and quotients. 3K. Logical Reasoning 1. Guess the number. 2. Largest / smallest number possible. 3. Find the order. 4. Age puzzles. 5. Guess two numbers based on sum, difference, product and quotient. 3L. Money 1. Count coins and bills up to $5 bill. 2. Which picture shows more? 3. Purchases ­ Do you have enough money? ­ Up to $10. 4. Making change. 5. Inequalities with money. 6. Put money amounts in order. 7. Add, subtract, multiply and divide money amounts. 8. Word problems. 9. Price lists.

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3M. Time 1. Read clocks and write times. 2. Elapsed time. 3. Calendar. 4. Relate time units. 5. Time patterns. 6. Convert between hours and fractions of hours. 7. Reading schedules. 8. Time lines. 3N Graphs 1. Coordinate graphs. 2. Interpret bar graphs. 3. Create bar graphs. 4. Interpret line plots. 5. Create line plots. 6. Interpret pictographs. 7. Create pictographs. 8. Interpret line graphs. 9. Create line graphs. 10. Venn diagrams. 3O. Measurement 1. Read a thermometer. 2. Reasonable temperature. 3. Which customary unit is appropriate? 4. Compare and convert customary units of length, weight and volume. 5. Conversion tables ­ customary units.

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6. Compare customary units by multiplying. 7. Which metric unit is appropriate? 8. Compare and convert metric units of length, weight and volume. 9. Conversion tables - metric units. 3P. Geometry 1. Identify planar and solid shapes. 2. Count and compare sides, edges, vertices, and faces. 3. Symmetry. 4. Similar and congruent. 5. Refection, rotation and translation. 6. Perimeter (Find the missing side length). 7. Area of figures made of unit squares. 8. Area of rectangles. 9. Volume. 10. Angles: greater than, less than or equal to a right angle. 11. Lines, line segments and rays.

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