## A - Numerical Reasoning - base ten numerals and place value up to 10,000, and rounding up to 1000

• use place value reasoning to represent, read, write, and compare numerical values up to 10,000 and round whole numbers up to 1000

## B - Patterning & Algebraic Reasoning - fluency, addition and subtraction within 10,000, multiplication and division within 100, equality, properties of operations

• use part-whole strategies to represent and solve real-life problems involving addition and subtraction with whole numbers within 10,000
• use part-whole strategies to solve real life mathematical problems involving multiplication and division with whole numbers within 100

## C - Numerical Reasoning - unit fractions, equivalent fractions, fractions greater than 1

• represent fractions with denominators of two, three, four, six, and eight in multiple ways within a framework using visual models (i.e., area models, set models, linear models)

## D - Measurement & Data Reasoning - elapsed time, liquid volume, mass, lengths in half and fourth of an inch, and data

• solve real-life mathematical problems involving length, liquid volume, mass, and time and analyze graphical displays of data to answer relevant questions

## E - Geometric & Spatial Reasoning - polygons, parallel line segments, perpendicular line segments, right angles, lines of symmetry, area, and perimeter

• identify the attributes of polygons, including parallel segments, perpendicular segments, right angles, and symmetry
• identify area as a measurable attribute of rectangles and determine the area of a rectangle presented in real-life mathematical problems
• determine the perimeter of a polygon presented in real-life mathematical problems

• # 3rd Grade Mathematics -- Mathematics Specials

## B - Patterning & Algebraic Reasoning - fluency, addition and subtraction within 10,000, multiplication and division within 100, equality, properties of operations

• use part-whole strategies to represent and solve real-life problems involving addition and subtraction with whole numbers within 10,000
• use part-whole strategies to solve real life mathematical problems involving multiplication and division with whole numbers within 100

## C - Numerical Reasoning - unit fractions, equivalent fractions, fractions greater than 1

• represent fractions with denominators of two, three, four, six, and eight in multiple ways within a framework using visual models (i.e., area models, set models, linear models)

## D - Measurement & Data Reasoning - elapsed time, liquid volume, mass, lengths in half and fourth of an inch, and data

• solve real-life mathematical problems involving length, liquid volume, mass, and time and analyze graphical displays of data to answer relevant questions

## E - Geometric & Spatial Reasoning - polygons, parallel line segments, perpendicular line segments, right angles, lines of symmetry, area, and perimeter

• identify area as a measurable attribute of rectangles and determine the area of a rectangle presented in real-life mathematical problems