3rd Grade Math Essential Outcomes

 Unit 1 Math Essential Outcomes   1) I can correctly write 7 names in a name collection box.   2) I can use addition and subtraction to make both sides of an equation equal.   3) I can organize data using a tally chart and a bar graph.   4) I can tell time to the nearest quarter hour.   5) I can correctly complete a frames and arrows diagram. Unit 2 Math Essential Outcomes   1) I can correctly add and subtract real world problems.   2) I can use place value to describe numbers between 0-999.   3) I can create and solve single operation input-output problems.   4) I can tell time to the nearest 5 minutes.   5) I can display and interpret data using a pictograph. Unit 3 1. Students will add and subtract multi-digit numbers.   2. Students will be able to measure length to the nearest ½ unit.   3. Students will find the perimeter of a polygon.   4. Students will round numbers to the nearest 10 and nearest 100.   5. Students will create a line plot when given a set of data. Unit 4  1. Students will be able to name the number 10 more and 10 less than a 4 digit number and 100 more and 100 less than a 4 digit number. 2. Students will be able to find the measurement of a missing side of a shape. 3. Students will be able to solve a story problem with a multiplication number model. 4. Students will be able to compare the products of multiplication number sentences. 5. Students will be able to read and interpret data from a graph.   Unit 5   1. Student will be able read, write and build numbers up to 100,000.   2. Students will be able to compare and order numbers up to 10,000.   3. Students will be able to tell how many hundred-thousands, ten-thousands, and thousands are in a given number. (ex. 29,341=400,000+20,000+9,000+300+40+1)   4. Students will be able to name the number 1,000 more and 1,000 less than a 4 digit number and 10,000 more and 10,000 less than a 5 digit number.   5. Given the perimeter of a polygon, students will be able to find the length of the missing side.     Unit 6  1. Students will be able to identify parallel and intersecting lines and use them to describe and create geometric shapes, such as right triangles, rectangles, parallelograms and trapezoids. 3.3.1.1   2. Students will be able to sketch polygons with a given number of sides or vertices, such as pentagons, hexagons and octagons. 3.3.1.2   3. Students will be able to find the perimeter of a polygon by adding the lengths of the sides. 3.3.2.3   4. Students will be able to solve an addition and/or subtraction sentence with an unknown value. (3 + X = 7, X=4) 3.2.2.1   5. Students will create a line graph when given a set of data. 3.4.1.1 Unit 7 I can make change up to one dollar several different ways.  (3.3.3.3) I can find the missing number to make a multiplication or division number model true.  (3.2.2.2)I can match the correct number sentence to a story about a real-world problem. (3.2.2.1)  I can figure out what time it will be when told how much time has gone by using minutes, hours, days, and months.  (3.3.3.1)  I can estimate a sum or difference, then solve the problem to find the exact correct answer.  (3.1.2.1)  Unit 8  1.  I can find an unknown number in a multiplication or division number sentence that would make the sentence true.   (3.2.2.2  ; ex: 5x8 = 4 x t)  2.   I can solve real-world  problems  using multiplication and division that say “how many in each group” and “how many groups”.(3.1.2.4    ; ex: You have 27 people and 9 tables.  If each table seats the same number of people, how many people will you put at each table?) 3.  I can add and subtract large numbers. 4.  I can round a number to the nearest 10,000; 1,000; 100; and 10. 5.  I can read and interpret data on a pictograph. Unit 9   1. Students will be able to multiply a 2 digit number by a 1 digit number.  3.1.2.5   2. Students will be able to make change several different ways, including using as few coins as possible. 3.3.3.3   3. Students will be able to order fractions with different denominators. 3.1.3.3   4. Students will be able to find the missing number in a multiplication and division number sentence. (3 x ___=15) 3.2.2.2   5. Students will be able to tell the temperature in Fahrenheit and Celsius. 3.3.3.4   Unit 10   1. Students will be able to measure to the nearest half unit.  3.3.2.1   2. Students will be able to create a frequency table and line plot. 3.4.1.1   3. Students will be able to identify fractional parts of a whole.  3.1.3.1   4. Students will be able to describe the relationships among units of length.    5. Students will be able to multiply a 3 digit number by a 1 digit number.  3.1.2.5