Third Grade Math Skills

Third Grade Math Skills

  1. Recognizes, describes, and extends patterns (e.g., colors, shapes, numbers, and letters)
  2. Creates patterns using manipulatives
  3. Demonstrates and explains the relationship between numeration and patterns
  4. Reads, models, and counts up to five-digit numbers
  5. Reads and writes number words up to five-digit numbers
  6. Recognizes place value to the ten thousands’ place
  7. Identifies the value of a given digit in a five-digit number
  8. Compares and orders five-digit numbers using <, >, and =
  9. Expresses numbers in expanded notation
  10. Regroups hundreds, thousands, and ten-thousands
  11. Identifies points on a number line
  12. Rounds numbers to the nearest 1,000
  13. Recognizes, draws, models, and orders fractions with fourths, fifths, sixths, and eighths
  14. Recognizes, draws, and models equivalent fractions
  15. Reads and writes Roman Numerals 1 to 100

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  1. Uses appropriate multimedia resources and manipulatives to explore number values and relationship
  2. Compares and interprets quantities represented on different types of graphs (line, bar, circle), and makes predictions based on the information collected
  3. Compares data represented on charts and tables
  4. Uses appropriate technology and manipulatives to collect, organize, and display data
  5. Explores, predicts, and models the number of different combinations of two or more objects
  6. Experiments and describes the concepts of probability
  7. Identifies and compares differences among length, weight/mass, and capacity/volume (English and metric measures)
  8. Chooses appropriate units of measurement for length, weight/mass, and capacity/volume

  9. Converts between pints, quarts, and gallons
  10. Converts miles to feet and yards
  11. Compares metric measurements to English measurements
  12. Measures using various types of instruments:
    length in millimeters, meters, kilometers; inches, feet, yards
    capacity in milliliters, liters; pints, quarts, gallons
    time to nearest minute
    temperature in Celsius and Fahrenheit
  13. Uses manipulatives and gridded regions to determine area of shapes
  14. Estimates elapsed timed
  15. Estimates measures of length, weight/mass, and capacity/volume
  16. Solves word problems using time, money, and measurements
  17. Identifies polygons with three, four, five, six, eight, and ten sides
  18. Identifies and distinguishes between parallel, intersecting, and perpendicular lines
  19. Identifies right angles and compares them to acute and obtuse angles
  20. Establishes three-dimensional relationships (e.g., circle/sphere, square/cube, triangle/pyramid, and rectangle/rectangular prism)
  21. Explores geometric concepts through appropriate technology and resources
  22. Estimates solutions to problems using basic operations
  23. Estimates sums and differences in money problems up to $100.00
  24. Uses mental math to solve problems
  25. Chooses appropriate operational signs to complete number sentences
  26. Adds and subtracts five-digit numbers with and without regrouping
  27. Adds up to three four-digit addends
  28. Recalls multiplication facts 0 to 5
  29. Models, explores, and states multiplication facts 6 to 12, and division facts 1 to 12
  30. Multiplies up to three-digit numbers by one-digit multipliers with and without regrouping
  31. Divides three-digit numbers by one-digit divisors
  32. Adds and subtracts fractions with like denominators
  33. Models, explores, and recognizes decimals to tenths
  34. Adds and subtracts numbers with decimals to tenths
  35. Adds amounts of money up to $999.99 represented with decimal notation
  36. Subtracts amounts of money from $100.00 or less
  37. Counts change from $5.00 or less
  38. Uses a variety of multimedia and technology resources to solve problems involving basic operations
  39. Determines the value of variables to complete number sentences
  40. Constructs fact families for the basic operations
  41. Models, identifies, and explains the properties of basic operations using appropriate manipulatives
    Zero property of multiplication
    Inverse operations of addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division
    Commutative and associative properties of addition and multiplication
    Identity property of addition and multiplication
  42. Solves one and two-step word problems using the four basic operations
  43. Analyzes word problems to determine if the given information is required for the solution
  44. Creates and writes word problems using one or more of the basic operations
  45. Uses multimedia resources to investigate and solve word problems


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