Math Goals For Grade ThreeGoals for 1-10 weeks, grade 3
Student will receive targeted instruction in the following areas with a goal of 75% as satisfactory. Operations: Properties and facts for addition with and without regrouping, addition of more than two addends and two and three digit numbers. Subtraction facts, strategies for regrouping (place value)to subtract, subtracting two and three digit numbers, subtracting with zeroes; Using both operations: fact families, choosing the correct operation, estimating sums and differences, writing number sentences, strategizing for and understanding word problems for both operations, patterns for both operations. Number sense and Algebra: strategies for working backwards and guess and check.Goals for 10-20 weeks, grade 3
Student will receive targeted instruction in the following areas with a goal of 75% as satisfactory. Measurement: TIME, counting minutes and hours, reading time to the minute and hour, and before (ten minutes TO or BEFORE ten o'clock) and after the hour, estimating time. Measurement: MONEY, counting bills and coins; making and comparing equivalent sets of money; making change; adding and subtracting money. Number sense; understanding hundreds; number patterns-for addition, subtraction, odd and even numbers, skip counting by 2s, 3s, 5s, and 10s, patterns of ten; benchmark numbers and estimating up to 200; value of a digit; comparing numbers, including thousands, ten thousands; rounding to tens and hundreds.Goals for 20-30 weeks, grade 3
Student will receive targeted instruction in the following areas with a goal of 75% as satisfactory. Number sense and Operations: Multiplication properties and facts to products of 50, understanding the concept of division; use of terms numerator and denominator, fractions as parts of a whole; Statistics: read and interpret data, draw conclusions, make predictions; Geometry: recognition of plane figures, and solid figures, faces, corners, edges, angles, symmetry: Measurement: estimate and measure linear, capacity and weight by using U.S. customary units.Goals for 30-40 weeks, grade 3
Student will receive targeted instruction in the following areas with a goal of 75% as satisfactory: Number sense; equivalent fraction for 1/2, 1/3, and 1/4, comparing these fractions and 1/5, 1/6, 1/10 on a number line and with comparison symbols; some decimals. Estimation in real world situations for numbers for 200-500. Operations: multiplication facts above a product of 50 up to 12 x 12; division facts up to 10. We will also work with halving and other reasons for using the division operation. Geometry: congruent and similar figures. Measurement: metric units, elapsed time, area and perimeter. Statistics: survey, collect and record data for analysis.
Last Modified on March 23, 2010