3rd Grade Math |
East Penn School District provides 60 minutes of math instruction per day within your child's homeroom. PSST......DID YOU FORGET YOUR MATH PRACTICE BOOK? Click on the Practice Book to print out the page that was assigned for homework so you do not miss an assignment! EPSD has transitioned to digital Math textbooks for Grades 3-5. We are very excited about this change because our students will now have access to many online Math resources beyond the Math textbook. If you have any concerns or you do not have internet access, please let me know and alternate arrangements can be made. Click on the words DIGITAL TEXTBOOK above to access this wonderful resource. BELOW YOU WILL FIND SOME AMAZING MATH SITES TO EXPLORE. Comparing and Ordering Numbers ************************************************* Mixed Addition & Subtraction Sheets Math Playground (Lots of Games to Play to Review!) |
Math units and concepts that will be covered in 3rd Grade.
Unit 1: UNDERSTAND NUMBERS AND OPERATIONS
Chp. 1: Place Value and Number Sense
Chp. 2: Compare, Order and Round Numbers to nearest 10, 100 and 1,000
Chp. 3: Addition: Column addition, Estimate Sums, Add 3 Digit Numbers
Chp. 4: Subtraction: Estimate, Subtract 3 Digit Numbers
UNIT 2: MONEY AND TIME
Chp. 5: Use Money: Make equal sets, Make a table, Compare Amounts, Make Change, Add/Subtract $
Chp. 6: Understand Time: Time to minute, a.m.,p.m., elapsed time, use a schedule and calendar
UNIT 3: MULTIPLICATION CONCEPTS AND FACTS
Chp. 7: Understand multiplication: connect addition and multi., multiply with 2,3,5, Arrays
Chp. 8: Multiplication facts Through 5
Chp. 9: Multiplication facts and Strategies: Multiply with 6,7,8
Chp. 10: Multiplication facts and Patterns: Multiply with 9,10
UNIT 4: DIVISION CONCEPTS AND FACTS
UNIT 5: DATA AND GRAPHING
Chp. 14: Collect and Record Data: Collect and Organize, Understand Data, Classify Data
Chp. 15: Analyze and Graph Data: Make a graph: Bar graphs, Pictograph, Line Plots
UNIT 6: GEOMETRY AND PATTERNS
Chp. 17: Solid and Plane Figures: sphere, cube, cylinder, cone, pyramid, rectangular prism
Chp. 18: Polygons: circle, square, rectangle, triangle, pentagon, hexagon, octagon
Chp. 19: Congruence and Symmetry
UNIT 7: MEASUREMENT
Chp. 20: Customary Units: Length, Inch, Foot, Yard, Mile, Capacity, Weight
Chp. 22: Perimeter, Area and Volume: Estimate and find Perimeter, Area of Plane Figures
UNIT 8: FRACTIONS
PA CORE STANDARDS
Students will be expected to:
*make sense of and persevere in solving complex and novel mathematical problems
*use effective mathematical reasoning to construct viable arguments and critique the reasoning of others
*communicate precisely when making mathematical statements and express answers with a degree of precision appropriate for the context of the problem/situation
*apply mathematical knowledge to analyze and model situations/relationships using multiple representations and appropriate tools in order to make decisions, solve problems, and draw conclusions
*make use of structure and repeated reasoning to gain a mathematical perspective and formulate generalized problem solving strategies