• #### Third-Grade Math Learning Objectives

Numbers & Operations

Counting Number Sets, Number Representations, Compare & Order Numbers, Place Value
• Represent numbers to 10,000 in different equivalent forms.
• Count to 10,000.
• Count by hundreds and thousands.
• Compare and order whole numbers to 10,000.
• Use place-value models to read, write, and represent numbers to 10,000.
• Model regrouping in addition and subtraction with place-value.
• Add and subtract whole numbers to 10,000.
• Solve addition and subtraction problems with greater numbers by using a bar model.
Whole Number: Multiplication & Division
• Multiply and divide with 6, 7, 8, and 9.
• Represent multiplication & division in different ways.
• Multiply 1s, 10s, and 100s with and without regrouping.
• Use addition and multiplication properties to multiply.
• Divide 10s and 1s with and without regrouping, no remainder.
• Use bar models to represent multiplication and division situations.
• Solve one and two-step multiplication and division problems.
Estimation & Mental Math
• Use mental math strategies to add, subtract, multiply and divide.
Money
• Solve real-world problems involving addition and subtraction of money.
• Use the dollar sign and decimal point in money amounts.
Fraction Concepts, Operations & Applications
• Understand the meanings and uses of fractions including fraction of a set.
• Understand that the size of a fractional part is relative to the size of the whole.
• Compare fractions using models, number lines.
• Identify equivalent fractions through the use of models, multiplication, division, and number lines.
• Add and subtract like fractions.

Algebraic Thinking

Patterns & Properties
• Create and analyze multiplication and division patterns.
• Understand that multiplication and division are related.
• Model, define and explain properties of multiplication.
• Identify odd and even numbers.
Algebraic Relationships & Models
• Describe number relationships in context.
Number Sentences, Equations & Inequalities
• Write multiplication and division number sentences.
• Write and solve numbers sentences for one- and two-step real-world problems.
• Determine the missing parts (quantities or symbols) in number sentences.
• Understand equality and inequality.

Geometry & Measurement

Time & Temperature
• Read time on a digital clock.
• Tell time to the nearest minute.
• Convert between hours and minutes
• Add and subtract units of time.
• Determine elapsed time.
• Choose the appropriate tool and unit to measure temperature.
• Use referents to estimate temperature.
Lines & Angles
• Identify perpendicular and parallel lines.
• Identify right angles and compare angles to right angles.
Shapes
• Describe, analyze, compare, & classify two-dimensional shapes by their sides and angles.
• Classify & sort polygons and quadrilaterals by attributes and properties.
• Investigate composing & decomposing two-dimensional shapes.
• Use attributes and properties to solve problems.
Length, Distance, Perimeter & Area
• Select appropriate units and tools to estimate and measure lengths.
• Use meter sticks, 12-inch rulers, and yardsticks to measure length.
• Measure length to the nearest half inch and inch.
• Use referents to estimate distance.
• Measure perimeter of plane figures.
• Choose the appropriate tool, and strategy to measure perimeter.
• Find and compare the area of plane figures in different square units.
• Make different plane figures with the same area.
• Compare the area and perimeter of plane figures.
• Find the area of rectangles and composite figures.
Surface Area & Volume
• Estimate and measure capacity in liters and milliliters.
• Convert among metric units of capacity.
• Select appropriate tools and units to estimate and measure volume in cubic units.
• Relate the units of customary capacity to one another.
• Decompose solid figures to find the surface area.
Weight & Mass
• Select appropriate units  & tools to estimate & measure weight.
• Use referents to measure weight.
• Estimate and find masses of objects.
• Convert among units of masses.
Congruence, Symmetry, Transformations & Coordinate Geometry
• Identify symmetrical figures and one line of symmetry.
• Solve problems involving congruency.
• Identify pairs of shapes that show a flip, slide, and turn.
• Demonstrate that figures and their flip, slide, and turn images are congruent.

Data Analysis

Collect, Classify, Organize, Represent, Interpret & Analyze Data
• Collect and organize data in bar graphs and line plots.
• Interpret picture and bar graphs with scales.
• Use frequency tables, bar graphs, picture graphs, and line plots to solve real-world problems.