
3Grade 3

Number Properties

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3.2

3.3Simplify Expanded FormTaught by

3.4Relate Addition and MultiplicationTaught by

3.14Solve Inequalities Using EstimationTaught by

3.25Choose the Equivalent FractionTaught by


Multiplication

3.4Relate Addition and MultiplicationTaught by

3.5Multiplication TablesTaught by

3.6Multiplication by 10Taught by

3.33

3.36Multiplication Input/Output TablesTaught by


Estimation

3.7Estimate Products Up to 1000Taught by

3.14Solve Inequalities Using EstimationTaught by

3.38Rounding with Numbers Up to 5000Taught by

3.39Rounding with Numbers Up to 100,000Taught by

3.40Estimate Sums with Numbers Up to 1000Taught by

3.41Estimate Quotients Up to 1000Taught by


Time

3.8Choose the Appropriate Time UnitsTaught by


Graphing

3.9Create PictographsTaught by

3.10Interpret Line PlotsTaught by

3.11Create Line PlotsTaught by

3.13Create PictographsTaught by

3.18Interpret Bar GraphsTaught by

3.19Create Bar Graphs Using TablesTaught by

3.20Interpret Bar GraphsTaught by

3.21Which Bar Graph Is Correct?Taught by

3.22Create Bar Graphs Using TablesTaught by


Money

3.15Add and Subract Money Up to $1Taught by

3.16How Much More to Make a Dollar?Taught by

3.17Making Change Up to $5Taught by


Comparison

3.21Which Bar Graph Is Correct?Taught by

3.53Long and ShortTaught by

3.54Light and HeavyTaught by

3.56Compare Size, Weight and CapacityTaught by


Fractions

3.23Compare FractionsTaught by

3.24Make Equivalent FractionsTaught by

3.25Choose the Equivalent FractionTaught by

3.26Reducing Fractions to Lowest TermsTaught by

3.27Identify Fractions Up to TenthsTaught by

3.28FractionTaught by

3.29What Mixed Fraction Is Shown?Taught by


Subtraction

3.30Increasing Subtraction PatternsTaught by

3.42Complete the Subtraction SentenceTaught by

3.43Subtract Two Numbers Up to 1000Taught by


Number Patterns

3.30Increasing Subtraction PatternsTaught by

3.31Increasing Addition PatternsTaught by

3.32Input/Output TablesTaught by

3.33

3.34Select the Rule with Input/Output TablesTaught by

3.35

3.36Multiplication Input/Output TablesTaught by

3.37Division: Complete the TableTaught by


Addition

3.31Increasing Addition PatternsTaught by

3.35


Division

3.32Input/Output TablesTaught by

3.34Select the Rule with Input/Output TablesTaught by

3.37Division: Complete the TableTaught by

3.45Division with Divisors Up to 10Taught by

3.49

3.51Complete the Division SentenceTaught by


Mixed Equations

3.47MultiStepTaught by


Geometry

3.50Angles of 90, 180, 270 and 360 DegreesTaught by


Measurement

3.52Length and HeightTaught by

3.53Long and ShortTaught by

3.54Light and HeavyTaught by

3.56Compare Size, Weight and CapacityTaught by

3.57Which Metric Unit Is Appropriate?Taught by

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