Due Date: 5/20/2016
Subject: 3024 Math
3rd Grade Addition and Subtraction
Literature Connection:

The Blast Off Kid by Laura Driscoll

Earth DayHooray! by Stuart J. Murphy,

Count to a Million by Jerry Pallotta or similar book about place value

Mental Math in the Primary Grades by Jack Hope

Sluggers’ Car Wash by Stuart J. Murphy
Websites:
http://mcis.jsu.edu/faculty/mjohnson/ms133bagels.html
http://mason.gmu.edu/~mmankus/Handson/b10blocks.htm Printable base ten blocks.
http://www.shodor.org/interactivate/activities/EstimatorFour/?version=1.6.0_02&browser=MSIE&vendor=Sun_Microsystems_Inc. A “Four in a Row” game where players get checkers when they quickly and efficiently estimate a sum to two numbers.
http://www.oswego.org/ocsdweb/games/Estimate/estimate.html Students estimate the number indicated on a number line.
http://olc.spsd.sk.ca/de/math13/pmentalmath.html Teacher background information as well as student practice materials on the topic of elementary mental math strategies
http://www.curriculumsupport.education.nsw.gov.au/primary/mathematics/numeracy/mental/index.htm Mental computation strategies with some fun graphics to demonstrate the strategies.
http://www.aaamath.com/pro.html Students practice identification and application of arithmetic properties
http://www.shininghours.com/creating/one_sheet_8_pages!.htm: a simple 8page book
3rd Grade Division and Multiplication
Literature Connection:
Two of Everything by Lily Toy Hong
One Potato, Two Potato by Cynthia DeFelice
The Doorbell Rang by Pat Hutchins.
Divide and Ride by Stuart J. Murphy
One Hundred Hungry Ants by Elinor J. Pinczes
Websites:
http://www.multiplication.com/ Practice games for multiplication facts as well as teacher resource pages with instructional ideas on how to introduce multiplication.
Note: This site contains advertising.
http://standards.nctm.org/document/eexamples/chap4/4.5/index.htm#applet Online 1100 chart where, for example, students can enter 2, +, = into a calculator to generate multiples of 2. As the numbers appear on the calculator, they are highlighted on the 1100 chart. Unfortunately, it does not have the capability to allow students to print.
http://illuminations.nctm.org/LessonDetail.aspx?ID=L303 Lesson to go with the applet above.
http://www.education.vic.gov.au/studentlearning/teachingresources/maths/mathscontinuum/number/N20001P.htm#a4 Several 1100 chart activities.
http://www.apples4theteacher.com/math/games/100numberchartone.html#interactive100chart Online 1100 chart that allows students to highlight numbers. Students can print completed work. Be aware the web page contains advertising.
http://math.about.com/od/countin1/a/100chart.htm Printable copies of a 1100 chart and other related charts. Be aware the web page contains advertising.
Rectangle Multiplication Students visualize the multiplication of two numbers as an area.
http://nlvm.usu.edu/en/nav/vlibrary.html Rectangle Multiplication is one of the many applets from NLVM that allows students to experiment with multiplication using manipulatives.
http://www.funbrain.com/math/index.html One of many game sites designed to support student understanding of multiplication. Note: This site contains advertising.
http://dromus.nhm.uga.edu/~GMNH/gawildlife/index.php A useful website for students to use to look up additional information on animals and/or habitats in Georgia.
http://www.eduplace.com/math/mw/background/3/08/te_3_08_overview.html Provides background information on the relationship between multiplication and division.
http://mcq.wrdsb.on.ca/Admin/Documents/WORC/PDFs/LESSON%20PrimaryMath.pdf
http://www.lessonplanspage.com/MathLAMultiplicationDivisionUsingTheDoorbellRang23.htm Both websites above provide teacher resources for the book The Doorbell Rang by Pat Hutchins.
http://www.softschools.com/math/games/division_practice.jsp Division practice; the student or teacher can determine the parameters for the divisor, dividend, and number of problems
http://mcq.wrdsb.on.ca/Admin/Documents/WORC/PDFs/LESSON%20PrimaryMath.pdf
http://www.lessonplanspage.com/MathLAMultiplicationDivisionUsingTheDoorbellRang23.htm Both websites above provide teacher resources for the book The Doorbell Rang by Pat Hutchins.
http://www.stuartjmurphy.com/activities/activity_ideas.php Stuart Murphy website with activity suggestions for Divide and Ride. (Click on level 3 and then click on the title of the book.)
http://www.thinkingblocks.com/ThinkingBlocks_MD/TB_MD_Main.html This website supports students solving multiplication and division word problems with the use of interactive models.
http://mason.gmu.edu/~mmankus/whole/base10/asmdb10.htm#div A site for teachers and parents provides information on using base 10 blocks to solve division problems with an area model.
3rd Grade Geometry and Measurement
Literature Connection:

The Greedy Triangle by Marilyn Burns (polygons)

Grandfather Tang’s Story by Ann Tompert (polygons)

Three Pigs, One Wolf and Seven Magic Shapes by Maccarone and Neuhaus (polygons)

The Tangram Magician by Lisa Campbell Ernst (polygons)

Measuring Penny by Loreen Leedy (measurement)

Spaghetti and Meatballs for All by Marilyn Burns (area and perimeter)

Bigger, Better, Best! (MathStart) by Stuart J. Murphy (area using nonstandard units)

Racing Around (MathStart) by Stuart J. Murphy (perimeter)

The Long Wait by Annie Cobb (elapsed time)

The World Record Paper Airplane Book by Ken Blackburn
Websites:
http://gadoe.georgiastandards.org/mathframework.aspx?PageReq=MathName
http://standards.nctm.org/document/eexamples/ch0.ap4/4.2/index.htm “Making Triangles” applet and background information.
http://standards.nctm.org/document/eexamples/chap4/4.2/part2.htm “Creating Polygons” applet and background information.
http://nlvm.usu.edu/
http://nlvm.usu.edu/en/nav/frames_asid_172_g_2_t_3.html?open=activities This site offers an easy to use virtual geoboard.
http://nlvm.usu.edu/en/nav/frames_asid_271_g_2_t_3.html?open=instructions&from=category_g_2_t_3.html Students follow a pattern to create attribute trains based on color, shape, or the number on the shape (e.g. triangle, square pattern; red, red, blue pattern; triangle, square, square pattern; 2,3,1 pattern).
http://www.linkslearning.org/Kids/1_Math/2_Illustrated_Lessons/7_Tangrams/ An animated movie that discusses the attributes of the pieces of tangrams and asks students to create different shapes while showing how to make the seven tangram pieces.
http://pbskids.org/cyberchase/games/area/tangram.htmlVirtual tangrams with several pictures for students to build.
http://standards.nctm.org/document/eexamples/chap4/4.4/part2.htm Tangram challenges from the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics.
http://standards.nctm.org/document/eexamples/chap4/4.4/index.htm Interactive tangram pieces.
http://www.innovativeclassroom.com/Files/Worksheets/AmIaSquare.pdf “Am I a Square?” measurement and graphing activity.
http://nlvm.usu.edu/en/nav/frames_asid_114_g_2_t_3.html?open=activities: discuss the questions on the “Working with Perimeters” activity
http://people.rit.edu/mecsma/Professional/Puzzles/Pentominoes/PA.html
http://nlvm.usu.edu/en/nav/frames_asid_114_g_2_t_3.html?open=activities Interactive pentomino tasks
http://people.rit.edu/mecsma/Professional/Puzzles/Pentominoes/PA.html Provides several beginner problems with solutions for pentominos.
http://puzzler.sourceforge.net/docs/pentominoes.html Solutions to several pentominos puzzles such as the one below.
http://www.learner.org/courses/learningmath/measurement/session9/part_a/index.html An interactive task for teachers to explore area and perimeter.
http://highered.mcgrawhill.com/sites/0072532947/student_view0/grid_and_dot_paper.html Printable dot and graph paper
http://www.paperplane.org/ for ideas (click on “paper airplane patterns”).
http://www.shodor.org/interactivate/activities/ShapeExplorer/?version=1.6.0_07&browser=MSIE&vendor=Sun_Microsystems_Inc.&flash=10.0.32 Randomly generated rectangles for which the perimeter and the area can be found
http://www.bgfl.org/bgfl/custom/resources_ftp/client_ftp/ks2/maths/perimeter_and_area/index.html Instruction on finding area and perimeter of shapes with practice. Levels 2 and 3 for area require finding the area of several rectangles and adding the areas together.
http://nlvm.usu.edu/en/nav/frames_asid_318_g_2_t_4.html Elapsed time problems using two clocks, both analog and digital
http://www.shodor.org/interactivate/activities/ElapsedTime/?version=disabled&browser=MSIE&vendor=na&flash=10.0.32 Several activities surrounding elapsed time using analog or digital clocks.
http://donnayoung.org/math/clock.htm Printable blank clock faces.
http://www.worldatlas.com/webimage/countrys/namerica/usstates/printpage/galarge.htm A map of Georgia that can be easily printed. This is the map used on the student recording sheet.
http://www.fhwa.dot.gov/hep10/nhs/maps/ga/ga_georgia.pdf A road map of Georgia that can be easily printed.
http://www.teachers.ash.org.au/jeather/maths/dictionary.html A first dictionary for elementary students.
http://intermath.coe.uga.edu/dictnary/homepg.asp A great resource for teachers, geared towards middle and high school, 35 students can be directed to specific information and activities.
http://mathworld.wolfram.com/ For teacher reference
http://www.houseplans.com/ This is one of many websites that show house plans. Viewing plans before creating their own allows students to visualize what is required in their work.
3rd Grade Fractions and Decimals
Literature Connection:
The Doorbell Rang, by Pat Hutchins
Riddle Math: Using StudentWritten Riddles to Build Mathematical Power (2001) by Carl M. Sherrill
CleanSweep Campers (2000) by Lucille Recht Penner,
Jump, Kangaroo, Jump!: Fractions (1999) by Stuart J Murphy
The Wishing Club: A story about fractions (2007) by Donna Jo Naoli
The Blast Off Kid by Laura Driscoll
Earth DayHooray! by Stuart J. Murphy
Teaching StudentCentered Mathematics: Grades 35
by John A. Van de Walle and LouAnn H. Lovin
Websites:
http://www.teachers.ash.org.au/jeather/maths/dictionary.html
http://intermath.coe.uga.edu/dictnary/
http://nlvm.usu.edu/en/nav/frames_asid_104_g_2_t_1.html?from=category_g_2_t_1.html Allows students to practice naming fractional parts of a whole.
http://math.rice.edu/~lanius/Patterns/ : Students may try an online pattern block activity that asks about the relationships between pattern blocks.
http://www.visualfractions.com/Identify_sets.html This website could be used as an intervention. Students determine the fraction of a set.
http://www.primarygames.com/fractions/question1.htm In this game, students are asked to identify remaining fraction of a pizza. Note this site contains advertising.
http://mason.gmu.edu/~mmankus/Handson/b10blocks.htm Printable base ten blocks.
http://jeopardylabs.com/  This site allows you to create a Jeopardy game on a webbased template.
http://www.jmu.edu/madison/teacher/jeopardy/Create_Jeopardy.pdf  Directions for creating a Jeopardy game using PowerPoint.
3rd Grade Data Analysis
Literature Connection:

Lemonade for Sale by Stuart J. Murphy

Cecil Learns to Smile by Charlotte Bucher

Grandpa’s Teeth, by Rod Clement

The Great Graph Contest by Loreen Leedy

The Guinness Book of World Records or similar book of records

National Geographic World Atlas for Young Explorers, Third Edition or similar atlas

Biggest, Strongest, Fastest by Steve Jenkins or similar book about animals

Georgia: The Peach State by Eric Siegfried Holtz (from the series, World Almanac Library of the States) or similar book about Georgia

From Paces to Feet: Measuring and Data,
by Karen Economopoulos, Jan Mokros, and Susan Jo Russell
Websites:
http://www.teachers.ash.org.au/jeather/maths/dictionary.html
http://intermath.coe.uga.edu/dictnary/
http://www.amstat.org/education/gaise/ Link to the online version of the Guidelines for Assessment and instruction in Statistics Education (GAISE) Report: A PreK12 curriculum Framework.
http://www.nctm.org/uploadedFiles/Lessons_and_Resources/figurethis/Family%20Brochure%203.pdf Ideas for parents to help their children with homework (from NCTM).
http://www.ed.gov/parents/academic/help/math/index.html Helping Your Child Learn Mathematics, a brochure from US Department of Education.
http://nces.ed.gov/nceskids/createagraph/default.aspx?ID=3525a186ca2b4d3e8589a61cbefa47ac.
http://nces.ed.gov/nceskids/createagraph/default.aspx “Create A Graph” by the National Center for Education Statistics is a webbased program which allows students to create a bar graph.
http://ellerbruch.nmu.edu/classes/cs255w03/cs255students/nsovey/P5/P5.html Provides instructions to create a line plot graph as well as features to look for in a line plot graph.
http://illuminations.nctm.org/ActivityDetail.aspx?ID=63 – Students can use this website to enter their data and create a bar graph.
http://www.shodor.org/interactivate/activities/BarGraph/ – different link to the same program as above.
http://ellerbruch.nmu.edu/classes/cs255w03/cs255students/nsovey/P5/P5.html Provides information regarding line plot graph
http://ellerbruch.nmu.edu/cs255/jnord/lineplot.html Provides information regarding line plot graphs
http://www.beaconlearningcenter.com/documents/2351_5255.pdf Template that can be printed and used to create a pictograph
http://faculty.kutztown.edu/schaeffe/Excel/Vallone/Vallone_Excel.pdf Directions to create a pictograph using Excel
http://www.canteach.ca/elementary/numbers13.html
http://www.shodor.org/interactivate/activities/BarGraphSorter/ Create bar graphs based on random sets of shapes.
http://www.beaconlearningcenter.com/documents/2351_5255.pdf Template that can be printed and used to create a pictograph
http://faculty.kutztown.edu/schaeffe/Excel/Vallone/Vallone_Excel.pdf Directions to create a pictograph using excel
http://nces.ed.gov/nceskids/createagraph/
http://illuminations.nctm.org/ActivityDetail.aspx?ID=63 Webbased programs that allow students to create bar graphs
http://illuminations.nctm.org/LessonDetail.aspx?ID=L243
Due Date: 4/30/2016
Subject: 3024 Math
Mrs. Phillips
Math Hello Letter
April 25, 2016
Dear Parents,
The Third Grade Field trip is May 17, 2016. We will be going to the planetarium and the zoo. Please see the field trip information sheet for more details.
Most of the students have mastered their multiplication facts. If your child has not mastered his or her multiplication facts, then he or she really needs to study the facts that have not been mastered yet.
STRIDE academy is an awesome tool. Login to Stride Academy kcc10242.
Monday: This week we will have a quiz on this skill and next week we will have a benchmark on it on Wednesday, May 4. Measure and estimate length (inches, feet, yards) , liquid volumes and masses of objects using units of grams (g), kilograms (kg), and liters (l).1 Add, subtract, multiply, or divide to solve onestep word problems involving masses or volumes that are given in the same units, e.g., Solving two step word problems, including those with unknown quantities2 of 5
Tuesday: Solve problems with kilograms, grams, and liters.
Wednesday: Word problems with length, volumes, and masses
Thursday: Multiplication Drills (only the sets that you have not mastered yet), Quiz on this week’s skill.
Friday: Math activities to review measurement and other skills.
Student’s name___________________Parent’s signature_____________________________
Test______
Highest grade on the X facts: 2_____3_____4_____5_____6_____7_____8_____9_____
_______Your child has mastered all of his/her multiplication facts. AWESOME JOB!
Due Date: 4/30/2016
Subject: 3024 Math
 Can You Fill It?  Click the pots to fill water into the container.
 Graduated Cylinders  Read each graduated cylinder and write the amount. Be sure to include mL in your answer.
 Math Cat Balance  You can choose from a wide range of objects to place on this scale  from electrons to galaxies!
 Milliliters and Liters  Worksheet; Story problems with answer key
 Using a Platform Scale  Practice using scales like the one in a doctor's office, five Gregs will drop on the scale, waiting to be weighed, see how quickly you can weigh them
 Volume Puzzle  Problem solving game using measurement and estimation.
7. http://www.mathchimp.com/3rdgrademathgames
DUNK TANK VOLUME
http://www.pbslearningmedia.org/resource/7303d289bbfd4769a79ef4c8b1b34019/7303d289bbfd4769a79ef4c8b1b34019/
Due Date: 3/31/2016
Subject: 3024 Math
Hello Letter for March 21, 2016
Mrs. Phillips mphillips@crenshawschools.org
Login to STRIDE ACADEMY kcc10242
Dear Parents,
We have started the last 9 weeks of school now. Please encourage your child to listen, follow directions, and behave correctly in class. This week we are going to be finishing line graphs, bar graphs, pie graphs, etc. We will also be reviewing word problems with the 4 operations (addition, subtraction, division, and multiplication).
There will be a contest over Spring Break on Stride Academy. The student with the most questions answered with the highest percent correct WILL win a prize! This is an awesome program to help our child excel in Math. THANKS for your help with this. I hope you and your family have a healthy and happy Spring Break!
Monday: Complete questions with graphs Homework: Back of sheet
Tuesday: Reading and creating graphs Homework: questions
Wednesday: Quiz on Graphs Homework: Study X for drills
Thursday: Multiplication drills for the 4th 9 Weeks. This is the first X drills for this 9 weeks. Everyone needs to take them on the 29 X facts. If you master a X set, then you will done for the 9 weeks.
Practice Test for the ACT aspire
Friday: Jeopardy and other review games
Student’s name:_________________Parent’s signature:________________________________
Third 9 Weeks Test Grade:______ Third 9 Weeks Average:_________
*** We will be using multiplication and division in our word problems. If your child has not mastered his or her multiplication facts, then they should study the facts. Multiplication facts are a necessity in Mathematics. THANKS for your help at home!
Due Date: 3/19/2016
Subject: 3024 Math
 Problems and Solutions  Lesson to help understand that problems can be solved by drawing pictures and diagrams.
 Restating a Problem  Lesson on restating a problem to help you to plan how to find a solution.
 Solve these word problems.  Look at each problem and the picture you might draw to help solve it. You can exchange the pictures for number equations
 Solving Problems  Read each problem carefully.?Solve the hidden problem.
 Story Problems  Restate the problem, then solve
 Story problems to solve  Think of 2 different equations you can use to solve these problems.
 Understanding how to find the hidden question in the problem  Lesson ; Read the problem carefully?and decide what information must be found before you can solve the entire problem.

CCSS.Math.Content.3.OA.D.8

3.OA.8 Solve twostep word problems using the four operations. Represent these problems using equations with a letter standing for the unknown quantity. Assess the reasonableness of answers using mental computation and estimation strategies including rounding. 






Due Date: 3/18/2016
Subject: 3024 Math
Mrs. Phillips @mphillips@crenshawschools.org
Math Hello Letter
March 14, 2016
Dear Parents,
We will have our 3rd Nine Weeks Post Test on Wednesday. It will be on fractions and geometry. We are working on line graphs, diagrams, bar graphs, charts and other graphs this week. Please continue to study the X facts if your child has not mastered all of them. We will have our first multiplication drills for the 4th 9 Weeks next Thursday. THANKS for all of your help in our child’s education.
Monday: Line graphs and review fractions Homework: 1. After softball, Leslie and Kelly each buy a halfliter bottle of water. Leslie drinks 3 fourths of her water. Kelly drinks 3 fifths of her water. Who drinks the least amount of water? Draw a picture to support your answer. STACK rectangles.
Complete the parts on the Post Test STUDY GUIDE
Tuesday: Review fractions and geometry for the 3rd 9 weeks post test tomorrow. Homework: Heidi lines up her dolls in order from shortest to tallest. Doll A is 2 /4 foot tall, Doll B is 2/ 6 foot tall, and Doll C is 2/ 3 foot tall. Compare the heights of the dolls to show how Heidi puts them in order. Draw a picture to support your answer.
Complete the parts on the Post Test STUDY GUIDE
Wednesday: Bell work, review for post test, and complete post test
NO HOMEWORK
Thursday: Create bar graphs with charts. Answer questions with the bar graphs. Homework: Bar graph sheet
Friday: Complete questions with all of the graphs. Students will create their own graphs with the data.
Student’s name:__________________Parent’s signature:______________
Geometry Benchmark:____Polyon Quiz:_____
Check X paper for the grades from the drills last week. THANKS
Due Date: 2/26/2016
Subject: 3024 Math
Mrs. Phillips mphillips@crenshawschools.org
Math Hello Letter for Feb. 22, 2016 Week
Dear Parents,
The Fraction Unit is over for the whole class instruction; however, if your child made below 70 on his or her fraction benchmark I will be working with them during intervention time. I will also be sending home extra practice for your child if he or she did not master the fraction skills.
We started our new unit on Friday. We will be working on standard 3.OA.8: Solve two‐step word problems using the four operations. Represent these problems using equations with a letter standing for the unknown quantity. Assess the reasonableness of answers using mental computation and estimation strategies including rounding. (This standard is limited to problems posed with whole numbers and having whole‐number answers; students should know how to perform operations in the conventional order when there are no parentheses to specify a particular order. This unit will also include geometry skills (3.G.1).
Please check your child’s highest multiplication scores at the bottom of last week’s hello letter. We have been doing our multiplication drills, since August. I have been doing the X drills the same way all year. For example: Child A makes a 60 on his 6 facts Next X drill: Child A makes an 80= Grade Book: The 60 becomes an 80 in the grade book. It is very important for the children to know his or her facts for these word problems and skills that we are doing in class. I also do oral assessments on the X drills as well. There are websites and tips listed @ highlandhomeschoolinsites under my name in classroom assignments.
Mon.: Solve word problems in varied contexts using a letter to represent the unknown.
Tues.: They explore the attributes of quadrilaterals and classify examples into various categories, including recognizing the characteristics of polygons (3.G.1)
Wed.: Compare and classify polygons.
Thurs.: X Drills on the X facts that you have not mastered in the 3rd 9 Weeks
Draw polygons with specified attributes to solve problems.
Fri.: Quiz on the skills from this week
Reason about composing and decomposing polygons using tetrominoes.
Student’s name:________________Parent’s signature:___________________________
Fraction BENCHMARK GRADE:_______
***Check last week’s hello letter for your child’s highest X grade for the 3rd 9 Weeks.
Don’t forget Stride Academy is an awesome learning tool for your child. The login code is kcc10242. I also have websites listed on the school website. THANKS!
Due Date: 2/22/2016
Subject: 3024 Math
Mrs. Phillips mphillips@crenshawschools.org
Math Hello Letter for Feb. 15, 2016
Dear Parents,
Our fraction unit should end this week if the majority of the students master our Fraction Benchmark test on Wednesday. We will begin our new unit on Problem Solving and Geometry on Thursday if everything goes as planned with the test. Students will get intensive practice with word problems, as well as handson investigation experiences with geometry and perimeter. Students will solve one and twostep word problems, classify shapes based on their attributes, learn what a tessellation is, study perimeter and area, and end with a review of Grade 3 fundamental skills. We will have multiplication drills again next week on Thursday, Feb. 25. Thanks very much for all of your encouragement and guidance and home. Please feel free to email me with any questions or concerns about our child. This hello letter and helpful websites are listed on the highlandhomeschoolinsites. Stride Academy login is kcc10242. It is an awesome tool for increasing your child’s math skills.
Monday: We will be reviewing the fraction module for our benchmark test on Wed. Today we will review fractions. This unit concludes the module with comparing fractions that have the same numerator. As students compare fractions by reasoning about their size, they understand that fractions with the same numerator and a larger denominator are actually smaller pieces of the whole (3.NF.3d). Homework: Study guide
Tuesday: Recognize and generate simple equivalent fractions, e.g., 1/2 = 2/4, 4/6 = 2/3. Explain why the fractions are equivalent, e.g., by using a visual fraction model. c. Express whole numbers as fractions, and recognize fractions that are equivalent to whole numbers. Examples: Express 3 in the form of 3 = 3/1; recognize that 6/1 = 6; locate 4/4 and 1 at the same point of a number line diagram. Homework: Study guide
Wednesday: Review the Fraction Unit
Thursday: FRACTION BENCHMARK TEST
Friday: The module begins with solving one and twostep word problems based on a variety of topics studied throughout the year, using all four operations. Next students explore geometry. Solve word problems in varied contexts using a letter to represent the unknown. We started this on bell work last week. Homework: 1. Lena’s dad gives the cashier $30 to pay for 6 liters of apple cider. The cashier gives him $6 in change. How much does each liter of apple cider cost? SHOW your work in your journal. 2. The apple orchard has 152 apple trees. There are 88 trees with red apples. The rest of the trees have green apples. How many more trees have red apples than green apples?
We will solve word problems with one and two step word problems with addition, subtraction, division, and multiplication.
Student’s name:____________________Parent’s signature:________________________________
Fraction Quiz: _____Highest X scores for this 9 weeks: 2____3___4___5___6____7___8___9____
____Your child has mastered all of the 29 X facts in the third 9 weeks. AWESOME JOB!
Remember our next multiplication drills will be Thursday, Feb. 25, 2016. STUDY!
Due Date: 2/5/2016
Subject: 3024 Math
Mrs. Phillips Feb. 1, 2016 Week
Math Hello Letter
Dear Parents,
Thank you for your help and encouragement at home. The students are doing some higher level questioning and reasoning with our fraction problems. Practice makes perfect. One of the students told me that I am fraction crazy. I know that this deep understanding of fractions is going to help each child excel now and in the future. I do not know when our final benchmark on fractions will be yet. Friday we will have a Quiz on our fraction skills thus far. THANKS again for all you do! If you have any questions or concerns, then please feel free to email me @ mphillips@crenshawschools.org.
Don’t forget about Stride Academy login code is kcc10242.
Don’t forget to bring your FRACTION strips to school.
Monday: Place whole number fractions and fractions between whole numbers on the number line. Practice placing various fractions on the number line.
Homework: Trevor needs to let his puppy outside every quarter (1 fourth) hour to potty train him. Draw and label a number line from 0 hours to 1 hour to show every 1 fourth hour. Include 0 fourths and 4 fourths hour. Label 0 hours and 1 hour, too.
Tuesday: Compare fractions and whole numbers on the number line by reasoning about their distance from 0. Homework: Draw a number line with endpoints 0 and 3. Label the wholes. Partition each whole into fifths. Label all the fractions from 0 to 3. Box the fractions that are located at the same points as whole numbers. (You will have mixed numbers like 1 and ⅕.)
Wednesday: Understand distance and position on the number line as strategies for comparing fractions. Recognize and show that equivalent fractions have the same size, though not necessarily the same shape. Homework: Review problems/back of sheet
Thursday: Recognize and show that equivalent fractions refer to the same point on the number line. Generate simple equivalent fractions by using visual fraction models and the number line.
Homework: Max ate 2/ 3 of his pizza for lunch. He wanted to eat a small snack in the afternoon, so he cut the leftover pizza in half and ate 1 slice. How much of the pizza was left? Draw a picture to help you think about the pizza. equivalent fractions by using visual fraction models and the number line.
Friday: Fraction Quiz from our previous lessons After the quiz we will be doing:
Express whole numbers as fractions and recognize equivalence with different units.
Decompose (break apart) whole number fractions greater than 1 using whole number equivalence with various models.
Student’s name_____________________Parent’s signature:________________________
Fraction Quiz____Highest grade on the X facts for the 3rd 9 weeks below:
2x_____3x_____4x____5x____6x____7x____8x____9x____
Due Date: 1/29/2016
Subject: 3024 Math
Mrs. Phillips mphillips@crenshawschools.org
Hello letter for Jan. 25, 2016
Dear Parents,
Please check this hello letter for daily skills and homework assignments. Your child should also have homework sheets on certain nights. Most of the students are doing a fantastic job on fractions. We will have a fraction test on the sections that we covered the past few weeks on Thursday. I am hoping that everyone does well on that test. Our Fraction Benchmark is scheduled for Wed., Feb. 3. Thank you very much for your help with our child’s education!
Mon. Build and write fractions greater than one whole using unit fractions.Compare unit fractions with differentsized models representing the whole.
Homework: Journal Mrs. Jawlik baked 2 pans of brownies. Draw the pans and estimate to partition each pan into 8 equal pieces. a. Mrs. Jawlik’s children gobbled up 10 pieces. Shade the amount that was eaten. b. Write a fraction to show how many pans of brownies her children ate.
Tues.Specify the corresponding whole when presented with one equal part. Compare unit fractions by reasoning about their size using fraction strips.
Homework: Lee needs onesixth cup of oil and twothirds cup of water to make muffins. Will Lee use more oil or more water? Explain your answer using pictures, numbers, and words.
Wed.Identify a shaded fractional part in different ways depending on the designation of the whole. Compare unit fractions with differentsized models representing the whole and more than a whole. Homework: 1. Tatiana ate 1/ 2 of a small carrot. Louis ate 1/ 4 of a large carrot. Who ate more? Use words and pictures to explain your answer.
Review for your fraction test
Thurs. Quiz on FRACTIONS Homework: 1. Tatiana ate 1 /2 of a small carrot. Louis ate 1 4 of a large carrot. Who ate more? Use words and pictures to explain your answer.
Fri.Solve real world problems involving area of figures with fractional side lengths using visual models and/or equations. Multiplication drills 29 scrambled
This will be our first multiplication drills for the third nine weeks; therefore, everyone needs to do all of the sets.
Student’s name:____________________Parent’s signature:___________________
Fraction Quiz_______
Due Date: 1/23/2016
Subject: 3024 Math
Mrs. Phillips
mphillips@crenshawschools.org
Math Hello Letter for Jan. 18, 2016
Dear Parents,
Thanks for your help in our child’s education. Please check the hello letter for daily standards and objectives. The behavior calendar needs to be initialed nightly. We will have our first multiplication drills next Thursday. I will not have time to do X drills each week. This will be our first drills for the third nine weeks.
Things to remember: Stride Academy login is kcc10242, highlandhomeschoolinsites click under classroom assignments my name for this hello letter and websites
I have many awesome fraction websites for your child to work on at home listed there.
Tues.: Identify and represent shaded and nonshaded parts of one whole as fractions.
Represent parts of one whole as fractions with number bonds.
Homework: Open ended problems below in your journal

Carlia finished 1 fourth of her homework on Saturday. What fraction of her homework has she not finished? Draw and explain.

Johnny made a square peanut butter and jelly sandwich. He ate 1 /3 (onethird)of it and left the rest on his plate. Draw a picture of Johnny’s sandwich. Shade the part he left on his plate, and then draw a number bond that matches what you drew. What fraction of his sandwich did Johnny leave on his plate?
Wed.: Build and write fractions greater than one whole using unit fractions.
Homework: Sheet and review your fraction work. We will have a fraction quiz Thurs.
Thurs.: Fraction Quiz Compare unit fractions by reasoning about their size using fraction strips. Homework: Your friend Eric says that 1/6 is greater than 1/ 5 because 6 is greater than 5. Is Eric correct? Use words and pictures to explain what happens to the size of a unit fraction when the number of parts gets larger. Think about our Brownie Investigation. Stack rectangles into fifths and sixths to explain your work
Fri.: Compare unit fractions with differentsized models representing the whole.
Homework: Tatiana ate 1/ 2 of a small carrot. Louis ate 1/ 4 of a large carrot. Who ate more? Use words and pictures to explain your answer. Stack your rectangles to help you explain your answer. Label T for Tatiana and L for Louis in your rectangles.
Student’s name_______________Parent’s signature___________________________
Fraction Daily Grade:____Highest X grade for the 2nd nine weeks on each set
2x_____3x____4x____5x____6x____7x____8x____9x____
***If you have not mastered your facts, then you should be studying each night to learn them.
____Your child made 100 on all of his/her facts the second nine weeks. AWESOME!
Due Date: 1/11/2016
Subject: 3024 Math
Mrs. Phillips
Math Hello Letter for Jan.11, 2016 Week
Dear Parents,
Thank you very much for your help with our brownie investigation. This week we will continue working with fractions.
Monday: Specify and divide a whole into equal parts, identifying and counting unit fractions by using our fraction strips that the students made on Friday Homework: Sheet
Tuesday: Divide a whole into equal parts, identifying and counting unit fractions by drawing pictorial area models Homework: Sheet, Study your X facts LAST chance
Wednesday: Multiplication drills on the facts that the student has not yet mastered in the second nine weeks. This is the last chance for a higher grade this nine weeks
Check your highest grades at the bottom of this hello letter
Represent and identify fractional parts of different wholes. Homework: Sheet
Thursday: Quiz on identifying equal parts, counting unit fractions, and identifying picture models. Homework from Mon.Wed. should be used to study for the quiz
Divide a whole into equal parts and define the equal parts to identify the unit fraction numerically. Homework: See the word problem below,sheet
Friday: Introduce word problems with fractions. For example: Bob’s dad partitions his garden into 4 equalsized sections to plant tomatoes, squash, peppers, and cucumbers. What fraction of the garden is available for growing tomatoes?
Student’s name________________Parent’s signature___________________
Highest grade on the X facts: 2____3____4____5____6____7____8____9____
______Your child has made 100 on all of his/her X facts.
Review quiz on skills in journal and paper from last week_____
Due Date: 1/8/2016
Subject: 3024 Math
Mrs. Phillips
Math Hello Letter Jan.58, 2016
Dear Parents,
Happy new year to you and your family! I am very excited about jumping into our new standards. We will be reviewing tomorrow, wrapping up the second nine weeks, and beginning our new standard on Thursday. Our new standard will be fractions. I introduce this unit by using real brownies. If you can send an uncut 13 X 9 brownie on Thursday for our activity, then please let me know below.
_______Yes, I can send a 13 x 9 whole brownie uncut on Thursday.
_______My child is allergic to an ingredient in a brownie.
THANKS very much for all of your help with our child’s education. The children really learn the concept using a real item.
Tuesday: Review the second nine weeks skills and facts
Wednesday: Multiplication Drills 29 X facts that your child has not mastered yet this nine weeks. Finish the skills with the second nine weeks covered before Christmas
Thursday: Brownie introduction investigation,
New STANDARD: Partition shapes into parts with equal areas. Express the area of each part as a unit fraction of the whole. For example, partition a shape into 4 parts with equal area, and describe the area of each part as 1/4 of the area of the shape.
Specify and partition a whole into equal parts, identifying and counting unit fractions using concrete models.
Friday: Specify and partition a whole into equal parts, identifying and counting unit fractions by folding fraction strips.
Important information:
Please remember that you can email @ mphillips@crenshawschools.org anytime that you have a question, comment, or concern
You can check highlandhomeschoolinstes click under classroom assignments and scroll down for my name for updated hello letters, websites, and other information new app you can download
STRIDE ACADEMY login is kcc10242 AWESOME learning tool for OUR child!
I create quizzes to monitor our child’s strengths and weaknesses, and it increases and decreases to meet each student’s individual’s level.
Due Date: 12/4/2015
Subject: 3024 Math
Math Hello Letter for November 30, 2015 Mrs. Phillips
Dear Parents,
Thank you very much for your help with the sweet shop at the PTA Fall Festival. I sent home thank you notes with each child on Friday before Thanksgiving. I deeply appreciate your help! It was a huge success. We sold out of all of the delicious sweets!
This week we will have a benchmark on perimeter and area on Thursday. We will continue to solve problems with arrays to help with this skill. We will have our 28 multiplication facts scrambled in 30 seconds. The 9 facts will be in order this week. Please check your child’s highest multiplication scores at the bottom of this hello letter. We will start 2 and 3 digit multiplication very soon. It is very important for the children to know his or her facts for these word problems and skills that we are doing in class. Here are couple of activities to try at home with our benchmark skill: Measure the area of the rooms in your home to determine which rooms are the smallest and largest. Use grid paper to make rectangles with the same area. Find the perimeter of the outside of your house or a fence.
Homework this week: Back of this letter, study X facts, journal
Monday: Measure areas by counting unit squares (square cm, square m, square in, square ft, and improvised units). square with side length 1 unit, called "a unit square," is said to have "one square unit" of area, and can be used to measure area. Finding perimeter and area with tiles and arrays Students will use tiling to show in a concrete case that the area of a rectangle with wholenumber side lengths a and b + c is the sum of a × b and a × c. Use area models to represent the distributive property in mathematical reasoning.
Tuesday: Solve real world and mathematical problems involving perimeters of polygons, including finding the perimeter given the side lengths, finding an unknown side length, and exhibiting rectangles with the same perimeter and different areas or with the same area and different perimeters. Find the area of a rectangle with wholenumber side lengths by tiling it, and show that the area is the same as would be found by multiplying the side lengths.
Wednesday: Multiply side lengths to find areas of rectangles with wholenumber side lengths in the context of solving real world and mathematical problems, and represent wholenumber products as rectangular areas in mathematical reasoning.
Thursday: Benchmark on Perimeter and Area
Friday: Multiplication Drills Study the facts that you have not mastered yet this 9 weeks. Check your grades below. New skill: Multiply by multiples of ten For example: 60 x 9, 30 X 8. This will be our next benchmark test.
Student’s name:_____________________Parent’s signature:____________________________
Quiz on word problems(+,,X or divide):________
X Grades for the 2nd 9 Weeks:2____3____4____5____6____7____8_____
Due Date: 11/11/2015
Subject: 3024 Math
Mrs. Phillips Week November 9 Math Hello Letter
Special Invitation to all Veterans: Program is Tues., Nov. 10 at 9:00 a.m
Dear Parents,
Thank you for all of your help at home. The children are doing great with our new unit on multiplication and division. Study the back of the hello letter. Check out highlandhomeschoolinsites click my name under classroom assignments for more information and websites to help your child. Stride Academy login is kcc10242.
Current Winners on the Quiz with the highest % correct are:
Overall Winners who have completed more than 200 questions with the highest % correct are:
The PTA Fall Festival is scheduled for November 19 from 5:30 to 8:00. I need your help with the Sweet Shop. The Sweet Shop sells homemade fudge, divinity, cookies etc. Fudge and Divinity are usually our top sellers at the Sweet Shop. Your help with this is GREATLY appreciated. Our PTA does wonderful things for our children!
Monday: Model division as the unknown factor in multiplication using arrays, pictures and number bonds.
Tuesday: Interpret the quotient as the number of groups or the number of objects in each group
Wednesday: No school Veteran’s Day Thank a veteran today! Please let us know if you have a veteran in your family. We will have a special Veteran’s day program TUESDAY
Thursday: Review multiplication and division word problems for the benchmark Friday
Multiplication Drills
Use the distributive property as a strategy to find related multiplication facts
Friday: Benchmark on multiplication and division
Solve 2 step word problems with multiplication and division with strategies
AWESOME links to review our lessons below:
Due Date: 11/7/2015
Subject: 3024 Math
Math Hello Letter Mrs. Phillips November 2, 2015
Dear Parents,
We are starting a new unit today on multiplication and division. Please check the bottom of this hello letter for your child’s highest grades on the multiplication drills for the 2nd 9 weeks. There are some websites listed on highlandhomeschoolinsites for this skill. Please don’t forget about Stride Academy LOGIN: kcc10242.
THANKS for all of your help in your child’s education.
Please check your student's hello letter that was sent home on Monday for classwork, homework, and grades from last week.
Websites for Multiplication and Division Unit
Games
Under the Sea
Learn Alberta
Multiplication
Algebraic reasoning
Multiplication and Division practic
Topic A
New Standards
Focus Grade Level Standards Represent and solve problems involving multiplication and division. 1 3.OA.1 Interpret products of whole numbers, e.g., interpret 5 × 7 as the total number of objects in 5 groups of 7 objects each. For example, describe a context in which a total number of objects can be expressed as 5 × 7. 3.OA.2 Interpret wholenumber quotients of whole numbers, e.g., interpret 56 ÷ 8 as the number of objects in each share when 56 objects are partitioned equally into 8 shares, or as a number of shares when 56 objects are partitioned into equal shares of 8 objects each. For example, describe a context in which a number of shares or a number of groups can be expressed as 56 ÷ 8. 3.OA.3 Use multiplication and division within 100 to solve word problems in situations involving equal groups, arrays, and measurement quantities, e.g., by using drawings and equations with a symbol for the unknown number to represent the problem. (See Glossary, Table 2.) 3.OA.4 Determine the unknown whole number in a multiplication or division equation relating three whole numbers. For example, determine the unknown number that makes the equation true in each of the equations 8 × ? = 48, 5 = _ ÷ 3, 6 × 6 = ? Understand properties of multiplication and the relationship between multiplication and division. 2 3.OA.5 Apply properties of operations as strategies to multiply and divide. (Students need not use formal terms for these properties.) Examples: If 6 × 4 = 24 is known, then 4 × 6 = 24 is also known. (Commutative property of multiplication.) 3 × 5 × 2 can be found by 3 × 5 = 15, then 15 × 2 = 30, or by 5 × 2 = 10, then 3 × 10 = 30. (Associative property of multiplication.) Knowing that 8 × 5 = 40 and 8 × 2 = 16, one can find 8 × 7 as 8 × (5 + 2) = (8 × 5) + (8 × 2) = 40 + 16 = 56. (Distributive property.)3 3.OA.6 Understand division as an unknownfactor problem. For example, find 32 ÷ 8 by finding the number that makes 32 when multiplied by 8. Multiply and divide within 100. 4 3.OA.7 Fluently multiply and divide within 100, using strategies such as the relationship between multiplication and division (e.g., knowing that 8 × 5 = 40, one knows 40 ÷ 5 = 8) or properties of operations. By the end of Grade 3, know from memory all products of two onedigit number
Due Date: 10/31/2015
Subject: 3024 Math
Mrs. Phillips Hello Letter
October 26, 2015 Week
Dear Parents,
Welcome to the 2nd Nine weeks. Last week did not go as originally planned, because many of the children needed more help with clocks and time. We worked diligently last week on telling time, finding elapsed time,and calculating start and end times. Once I realized how much practice we needed I spent a day on each type of problem. Your child should have 10 of each kind in his or her journal.
Homework: The back of this hello letter, and the Math Journal problems
Study your multiplication facts for the drills on Friday.
Monday: Quiz on Elapsed Time, Start Time, and End time
Tuesday: Review Elapsed Time, Start Time, and End time
Complete T+ charts, lines, add, and subtract with label
Wednesday: Review with an activity before the Test
Thursday: BENCHMARK test on Elapsed Time, Start Time, and End time
Friday: Review the test, Multiplication Drills on the 27 X facts scrambled.
Stride Winners: The following winners have the highest % correct
1st Place_Savannah Edgar 2nd Place Logan Gene Taylor
3rd Place Haylie Brown
Parker Mansmann has completed over 500 questions on Stride!
Way to go!!!Keep up the great work!
Due Date: 10/17/2015
Subject: 3024 Math
Mrs. Phillips
Math Hello Letter for the week of October 13, 2015
Dear Parents,
THANK you for all of your guidance at home! This hello letter, multiplication tips, and websites can be found on the school website (highlandhomeschoolinistes.com)
Click on classroom assignments, and then scroll down until you see my name.
Stride Academy is an awesome tool that we are using this year. 1st Google login to Stride Academy, 2nd then the state capital will appear type in kcc10242 on this screen 3rdscroll down until you see your name click on it 4thtype in your password (It is usually your child’s lunch number.) If you have any problems, then please send me an email mphillips@crenshawschools.org. THANKS again for all of your assistance at home. TOGETHER we will make this year SUCCESSFUL!
***Don’t forget to bring in your quarters for PTA’s Money Mania!
Tuesday: Is Your Foot a Foot Long? Students review what they know about measurements of length, particularly an inch and a foot. They measure the length of their feet and describe the data shown on a line plot. They also record how far they can blow a pattern block. Complete ruler assignment.
Homework: STUDY guide for the First Nine Weeks Post Test on the back
Wednesday: Why Are Our Measurements Different? Students measure in several real contexts, using feet and inches. The class compares their measurements for a distance across the classroom and discusses guidelines for accuracy in measuring a length longer than their measuring tool.
Homework: Finish questions and study guide
Thursday: Feet and Inches Students continue collecting data by measuring in feet and inches, and review correct notation for recording their measurements. They consider the question, "About how far can a Grade 3 student jump?" based on their data.
Homework: STUDY guide and review questions
Friday: End of 9 weeks TEST
Multiplication Drills on the sets that have not been mastered yet. Please see your child’s highest score for the 9 weeks at the bottom of this Hello Letter.
Student’s name______________________Parent’s signature___________________________________
+/ Benchmark TEST ______Highest X grade for the 9 weeks 2______3_____4______5_____6_____
On the multiplication drills remember the highest grade is only recorded once for the 9 weeks. Each student’s should be improving each week. THIS is the last week to make a higher grade in this nine weeks. THANKS for all of your encouragement at home!
Due Date: 10/12/2015
Subject: 3024 Math
Mrs. Phillips
Hello Letter for the week of October 5, 2015
3. NBT.A.2 NEW SKILL
Fluently add and subtract within 1000 using strategies and algorithms based on place value, properties of operations, and/or the relationship between addition and subtraction.
Monday: Collections and Quantities on the 1,000 Chart Students are introduced to Collection Cards as a story context for solving addition and subtraction problems. Homework: Back of hello letter
Tuesday: Go Collecting GAME—Estimating 100s Students play Go Collecting, using their knowledge of place value and known combinations to estimate the sums of 2 and 3digit numbers
Wednesday: Complete word problems with 3 digit addition and subtraction
Homework: Workbook
Thursday:BENCHMARK see skill at the top of this hello letter STUDY back
Homework: STUDY the X facts that you have not mastered yet
Check the bottom of this hello letter for your highest scores
Friday: Multiplication DRILLS 25 facts scrambled in 30 seconds, 6 facts in order
Next week the 6 facts will be scrambled
Students discuss and represent strategies for determining the number of tens
in 3digit numbers with Go Collecting and Close to 100 games.
Check highlandhomeschoolinsites for this hello letter with lots of awesome websites for our standard. STRIDE Academy is an awesome tool for your child. Login: kcc10242
Winners of the Graph Quiz on Stride ACADEMY are:
1st place: Savannah Edgar, 2nd place: Haylie Brown
Student’s name:_____________________Parent’s signature:_____________________
Graph Benchmark Test:______Highest score on X facts:2_____3_____4_____5_____
Websites for NEW STANDARD
CCSS.Math.Content.3.NBT.A.2 Fluently Add And Subtract Within 1000 Using... Number and Operations in Base Ten  3rd Grade Mathematics Common Core

I4C: Online Practice  Add a threedigit and twodigit number so that the total is within 1000  These online practice quizzes (interactives) support the following Common Core State Standard: CCSS.Math.Content.3.NBT.A.2. There are 100 quiz sets available on this topic. Answers are corrected after each question and a quiz results page is also shown which can be printed or emailed to a teacher, parent or mentor.

I4C: Online Practice  Add two threedigit numbers so that the total is within 1000  These online practice quizzes (interactives) support the following Common Core State Standard: CCSS.Math.Content.3.NBT.A.2. There are 100 quiz sets available on this topic. Answers are corrected after each question and a quiz results page is also shown which can be printed or emailed to a teacher, parent or mentor.

I4C: Online Practice  Complete the 3Digit Addition Equation  These online practice quizzes (interactives) support the following Common Core State Standard: CCSS.Math.Content.3.NBT.A.2. There are 100 quiz sets available on this topic. Answers are corrected after each question and a quiz results page is also shown which can be printed or emailed to a teacher, parent or mentor.

I4C: Online Practice  Complete the 3Digit Subtraction Equation  These online practice quizzes (interactives) support the following Common Core State Standard: CCSS.Math.Content.3.NBT.A.2. There are 100 quiz sets available on this topic. Answers are corrected after each question and a quiz results page is also shown which can be printed or emailed to a teacher, parent or mentor.

I4C: Online Practice  Subtract 2digit from 3digit number  These online practice quizzes (interactives) support the following Common Core State Standard: CCSS.Math.Content.3.NBT.A.2. There are 100 quiz sets available on this topic. Answers are corrected after each question and a quiz results page is also shown which can be printed or emailed to a teacher, parent or mentor.

I4C: Online Practice  Subtract 2Digit from 3Digit Number With Regrouping  These online practice quizzes (interactives) support the following Common Core State Standard: CCSS.Math.Content.3.NBT.A.2. There are 100 quiz sets available on this topic. Answers are corrected after each question and a quiz results page is also shown which can be printed or emailed to a teacher, parent or mentor.

I4C: Online Practice  Subtract 3digit from 3digit number  These online practice quizzes (interactives) support the following Common Core State Standard: CCSS.Math.Content.3.NBT.A.2. There are 100 quiz sets available on this topic. Answers are corrected after each question and a quiz results page is also shown which can be printed or emailed to a teacher, parent or mentor.

I4C: Printable Worksheets  Add a threedigit and twodigit number so that the total is within 1000  These worksheets support the following Common Core State Standard: CCSS.Math.Content.3.NBT.A.2. There are 100 worksheets available on this topic. A master answer key is available.

I4C: Printable Worksheets  Add two threedigit numbers so that the total is within 1000  These worksheets support the following Common Core State Standard: CCSS.Math.Content.3.NBT.A.2. There are 100 worksheets available on this topic. A master answer key is available.

I4C: Printable Worksheets  Complete the 3Digit Addition Equation  These worksheets support the following Common Core State Standard: CCSS.Math.Content.3.NBT.A.2. There are 100 worksheets available on this topic. A master answer key is available.

I4C: Printable Worksheets  Complete the 3Digit Subtraction Equation  These worksheets support the following Common Core State Standard: CCSS.Math.Content.3.NBT.A.2. There are 100 worksheets available on this topic. A master answer key is available.

I4C: Printable Worksheets  Subtract 2digit from 3digit number  These worksheets support the following Common Core State Standard: CCSS.Math.Content.3.NBT.A.2. There are 100 worksheets available on this topic. A master answer key is available.

I4C: Printable Worksheets  Subtract 2Digit from 3Digit Number With Regrouping  These worksheets support the following Common Core State Standard: CCSS.Math.Content.3.NBT.A.2. There are 100 worksheets available on this topic. A master answer key is available.

I4C: Printable Worksheets  Subtract 3digit from 3digit number  These worksheets support the following Common Core State Standard: CCSS.Math.Content.3.NBT.A.2. There are 100 worksheets available on this topic. A master answer key is available.

Addition Patterns  Video explaining addition patterns using place value

Beat the Clock  Answer each problem to beat the clock. Select your operation and level.

Math Game Show  Up to four players can compete to see who is faster at mental math.

Reasoning Pratice  Answer each word problem.? Then explain your reasoning.

Regroup Tens and Hundreds  Worksheet; find the difference using regrouping.

Subtraction Patterns  Video explaining subtraction patterns using place value.
Due Date: 10/12/2015
Subject: 3024 Math
Math Standards for new Unit CHECK out the webstites below
18.) Draw a scaled picture graph and a scaled bar graph to represent a data set with several categories. Solve one and twostep "how many more" and "how many less" problems using information presented in scaled bar graphs. [3MD3]
Example: Draw a bar graph in which each square in the bar graph might represent 5 pets.
19.) Generate measurement data by measuring lengths using rulers marked with halves and fourths of an inch. Show the data by making a line plot where the horizontal scale is marked off in appropriate units — whole numbers, halves, or quarters. [3MD4]
Sites
Title:

Plotting Points in Alabama

Overview/Annotation:

The students will be able to use coordinates to find locations of specific cities on a map of Alabama.

Websites for NEW STANDARDS
M&M Graphing Lesson Plan
http://teachers.net/...
The purpose of this lesson plan is to provide students with a handson and cooperative learning experience in the process of collecting, analyzing, and interpreting data, and to improve decision making skills through the use of probability.
Reading Bar Graphs
http://www.studyzone...
Students read the graph and answer the questions. Very good practice for R.ES 7.3
TV411 Reading Charts and Graphs
http://www.tv411.org...
Automated graphs for student to read and answer the questions associated with it.
Chart Reading Practice 1
http://englishzone....
Students are asked to read and interpret the information in this chart.
Circle Grapher
http://illuminations...
This Illuminations page allows students to create graphs with multiple variables. You can alter the pre‑made data set and input your own data.
Create a Graph
http://nces.ed.gov/n...
Teachers and students can use this NCES Kids' Zone page to create different types of graphs.
Chart Tool
http://old.onlinecha...
This online chart tool allows teachers or students to design and share all kinds of graphs online and for free.
Create a Graph
http://nces.ed.gov/n...
Students can use this site to graph data collected.
Create a Graph
http://nces.ed.gov/n...
Use this site to create 5 different types of graphs. There is a tutorial to help you decide the best graph for your data and teach you how to use the tools.
ABC Teach  Graphing
http://www.abcteach....
This page contains various graphing activities.
Reading Bar Graphs
http://www.studyzone...
Students read the graph and answer the questions. Very good practice for R.ES 7.3
TV411 Reading Charts and Graphs
http://www.tv411.org...
Automated graphs for student to read and answer the questions associated with it.
Chart Reading Practice 1
http://englishzone....
Students are asked to read and interpret the information in this chart.
Group Graphing
http://www.fi.edu/qa...
This is a good example of how to graph information from 2 or 3 populations.
Circle Grapher
http://illuminations...
This Illuminations page allows students to create graphs with multiple variables. You can alter the pre‑made data set and input your own data.
Create a Graph
http://nces.ed.gov/n...
Teachers and students can use this NCES Kids' Zone page to create different types of graphs.
Chart Tool
http://old.onlinecha...
This online chart tool allows teachers or students to design and share all kinds of graphs online and for free.
Create a Graph
http://nces.ed.gov/n...
Use this site to create 5 different types of graphs. There is a tutorial to help you decide the best graph for your data and teach you how to use the tools.
Due Date: 9/28/2015
Subject: 3024 Math
Math Hello Letter
Mrs. Phillips
September 28, 2015
Dear Parents,
Please study last week’s hello letter study guides for the Graph BENCHMARK. THANKS for all of your help at home with our child’s education.
Monday: Students will learn to analyze and understand data presented on a scaled bar chart. They will learn how to do both simple and multistep comparing problems using the bar chart.
Homework: Back of this hello letter and the STUDY GUIDES from last week
Tuesday: Write statements that describe the data, and compare these data with the data from their own classroom.
Homework: Study page 19 REVIEW study GUIDE for benchmark
Wednesday: Students represent and describe a set of data and review for the Benchmark Test Homework: Sheet
Thursday: Benchmark on CC3.MD.3 and 4 and Multiplication Drills on the 25 facts scrambled in 30 seconds. Check your child’s highest averages below
Friday: Create data in small groups
***Start studying your 6 multiplication cards. We will do these next week in order.
Student’s name___________________Parent’s signature______________________
Graph Quiz_______Highest % for this 9 weeks on the 2______3______4______5____


Don’t forget to get on Stride Academy. Login to Stride kcc10242
There are some awesome Math websites to help your child with his or her multiplication facts and skills. Check the highlandhomeschooinsites.com (school website) click classroom assignments, then find my name. THANKS!


Due Date: 9/20/2015
Subject: 3024 Math
Mrs. Phillips
Math Hello Letter
September 14, 2015
Dear Parents,
Multiplication drills will be each Thursday. The highest multiplication grade for the 9 weeks will be in INOW once. Last week we did the 2 and 3 multiplication facts scrambled in 30 seconds. This week we will do the 4 multiplication facts scrambled. THANKS for all of your help with your child’s learning this year!
Tuesday: Twin Tuesday (Dress Alike), Wednesday: Way Back Wednesday (Decade Day), Thursday: Blue & White Day, Friday Dress in your Sunday BestTuesday:Grandparent's Day, VB at home against Goshen 4PM,JV FB at home against Goshen 6 PM
Thursday: Bonfire 6:30 PM (weather permitting)
Friday:312 Assembly in gym @ 12:45,K42 dismissal @ 1:30,312 dismissal @ 1:45
Varsity FB vs Zion Chapel 7PM (bands will perform before the game beginning with Zion Chapel @ 6:30)
Monday: Review Unit 1 for Assessment. Study the guide on the back of this sheet
Students play money game
Tuesday: Unit 1 Assessment, Review addition and subtraction word problems for the Benchmark on 3.NBT.2 on Thursday. Introduce new unit on Graphs.
Wednesday: What Do Our Data Show About Our Class? Students finish organizing and describing the data for “Places Where We Like To . . .” A class discussion focuses on what the data show about the class. Review addition and subtraction problems for BENCHMARK
Thursday: 3.NBT.2 BENCHMARK on addition and subtraction word problems
Comparing with Bar Graphs Students review how to make and read a bar graph and then answer questions about a bar graph that compares two groups. X Drills on 2,3,and 4
Friday: Interpreting Bar Graphs and Developing a Survey Question Students develop a survey question and collect data from other classrooms. They describe and summarize data represented on a double bar graph. STUDY your multiplication over the weekend.
CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.3.NBT.A.1 Use place value understanding to round whole numbers to the nearest 10 or 100. BENCHMARK GRADE:______
Student’s name_______________________Parent’s signature____________________
Highest score on the multiplication drills (Remember it is the highest score for the 9 weeks that goes in the grade book.) The scores should improve each week. THANKS!
2 X _________3 X________
Due Date: 9/15/2015
Subject: 3024 Math
Mrs. Phillips
Third Grade Math Hello Letter for Sept. 8, 2015
Dear Parents,
Thank you for all of your guidance at home! I am really enjoying teaching OUR children! Multiplication drills will be each Thursday. The highest multiplication grade for the 9 weeks will be in INOW once. Last week we did the 2 and 3 multiplication facts scrambled in 30 seconds. This week we will start the 4 facts in order. CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.3.NBT.A.1 Use place value understanding to round whole numbers to the nearest 10 or 100.
TuesdayAssessment: Addition Combinations Students are assessed on their fluency with addition combinations up to 10 + 10. In Math Workshop, they play games involving
combinations that add to 100 or $1.00 and solve story problems. Homework: Write these problems in your Math journal 56¢ + 61¢, $0.47 + $0.48+ $0.12 and $0.32 + $0.18 + $0.64. Homework: Back of this hello letter
WednesdayStudents discuss story problem strategies. In Math Workshop, they find combinations of 100 and $1.00; add and subtract multiples of 10s and 1s; and trade 100s, 10s, and 1s. Homework: Study the back of this hello letter and your 2,3, and 4 multiplication cards for the drills tomorrow.
ThursdayEndofUnit Assessment Benchmark on rounding to the nearest ten and hundred. Students complete assessment tasks that focus on addition, combinations that make 100, and place value. Homework: Write the problem 37 + 21 + 56 in your Math Journal. 1stround each number to the nearest ten and add 2ndAdd the exact numbers, 3rd Find how far from the exact answer their estimate was. Homework: X
FridayStudents discuss the equivalence of different combinations of hundreds, tens, and ones for the same number. In Math Workshop, they continue finding combinations that add to 100 and $1.00 and solve
story problems that involve finding equivalencies of 100s,10s, and 1s. Homework: Write the problem 37 + 21 + 56 in your Math Journal. 1stround each number to the nearest ten and add 2ndAdd the exact numbers, 3rd Find how far from the exact answer their estimate was.
Student’s name_______________________Parent’s signature____________________
Highest score on the multiplication drills (Remember it is the highest score for the 9 weeks that goes in the grade book.) The scores should improve each week. THANKS!
2 X _________3 X_________Rounding Quiz________
Due Date: 9/4/2015
Subject: 3024 Math
Mrs. Phillips
Math Hello Letter for the week of August 31, 2015
Dear Parents,
Thank you for all of your help at home. Just a few reminders:
Stride Academy Login to Stride Academy, click on student, the code is kcc10242, and your child’s password is his or her lunch number. If your child is a new student, then his or her password is their birthday. The student should have scratch paper to work out his or her problems. Check the bottom of this hello letter for an example of a number line. THANKS!
Monday: Making Numbers with 100s, 10s, and 1s Students use the sticker context to represent 3digit numbers. They discuss equivalent combinations of stickers. Homework: page 34, study 2 and 3 facts
Tuesday: Hundreds, Tens, and Ones QUIZStudents demonstrate the equivalence of 1 dollar to 10 dimes and 1 dime to 10 pennies. They are assessed on finding the difference between a 2digit number and 100 and on representing a 2digit number with equivalent combinations of tens and ones. Homework: Journal questions and STUDY
Wednesday: Students use knowledge of place value and known combinations with sums of 100 (20 + 80, 25 + 75, 50 + 50, etc.) to find pairs of 2digit numbers that add to 100 or close to 100. Homework: Study 2 and 3 multiplication facts
Thursday: Multiplication DRILLS are today on the 2 and 3 facts. Daily grade on sums of 100 and money. Students are introduced to More or Less, a TenMinute Math activity in which they estimate the sums of 2digit numbers. They continue work on finding pairs of 2digit numbers that add to 100 and discuss their strategies. Homework: pages 4748
Friday: Students review coin equivalencies and find combinations of coins that equal $1.00 Homework: Study your multiplication over the weekend. 2,3, and 4 X facts _____________________________________________________________________
Student’s name:_____________________Parent’s signature:_____________________
Your child made a(n)_______on the addition and subtraction quiz last week.
Journal Grade_____Subtraction Quiz____
Highest Grade for the 9 weeks on the multiplication facts: 2______3______
_____________________________________________________________________
Due Date: 8/29/2015
Subject: 3024 Math
Mrs. Phillips
Math Hello Letter
August 24, 2015
Dear Parents,
The first week of school was AWESOME! Thank you very much for your help. The hello letter will be online at our school website highlandhomeschoolinsites.com under my name. Please let me know if you do not have access to internet. We made 2 and 3 multiplication cards last week. Each child should study these each night. We will have our first drill Thursday. Please initial/sign your child’s behavior calendar each night. If you can help with Fun Friday treats to reward correct behaviors, then please let me know with a note. Working together we will have a successful year!
Monday: During: How Many More Stickers to Get 100? Students solve missing addend problems in which they find the difference between 2digit numbers and 100. They use 100 grids and number lines as tools for solving the problems and representing their strategies. AL COS 10, 11 3NBT1, 3 NBT2 for this week
Tuesday: Capture 5: Adding and Subtracting 10s and 1s Students play Capture 5, a game that provides practice in adding and subtracting 10s and 1s.
Wednesday: Assessment: Adding and Subtracting 10s Students play Collect $2.00, a game in which they collect a total of $2.00 in pennies, dimes, and dollars. Math Workshop focuses on finding the difference between 2digit numbers and 100, and adding and subtracting 10s and 1s.
Thursday: 2 and 3 multiplication drills today Strategies for Capture 5 Students discuss strategies for Capture 5. Math Workshop continues to focus on adding and subtracting 10s and 1s and finding the difference between a number and 100 or 200. Addition and Subtraction Test
Friday: Making Numbers with 100s, 10s, and 1s Students use the sticker context to represent 3digit numbers. They discuss equivalent combinations of stickers.
Football Game at home against McKenzie August 28 at 7:00.
Football Jamboree in Luverene all Mighty, Termite, and PeeWee
_____I would like to be placed on the Fun Friday calendar to help send Fun Friday treats.
_____I will be able to view the Math Hello letter on highlandhomeschoolinsites.com.
Due Date: 8/24/2015
Subject: 3024 Math
Soar into Third Grade
Trading Stickers, Combining Coins Family Letter
About the Mathematics in This Unit
Dear Families,
Our class is starting a new mathematics unit about addition and subtraction called Trading Stickers, Combining Coins. During this unit, students solve addition problems with 2digit and small 3digit numbers, solve subtraction problems involving 2digit numbers, and find combinations of numbers that add to 100. They work on understanding the place value structure of 3digit numbers as they solve problems.
Related Activities to Try at Home
Dear Families,
The activities below are related to the mathematics in the addition
and subtraction unit Trading Stickers, Combining Coins. You can use
the activities to enrich your child’s mathematical learning experience.
Practicing Addition Combinations In class, students will be
using a set of Addition Cards to review and practice the addition
combinations to 10 _ 10, often known as addition “facts.” Your child
is likely to have learned many or all of these combinations in Grade 2,
but he or she will benefit from reviewing them all. Your child can sort
these cards into “the ones I know” and “the ones I’m working on.”
The goal is for students to know and use these combinations fluently.
Sometimes for homework, students will choose a few combinations
that they are working on and think about strategies that will help
them remember those combinations. For example, one strategy a child
might use is this: What is 6 _ 7? I know 6 _ 6 _ 12, and 6 _ 7 is
one more than that, so it’s 13. You can help with these combinations
by listening to your child’s strategies or sharing ones that you use.
Addition Strategies in Context Help your child practice addition
strategies while you are shopping. When you buy an item, ask your
child to estimate how much two of them would cost. For example,
If a box of raisins costs $1.39, will two boxes cost less than $2.00?
More than $5.00? What is the exact amount?
How Did You Solve That? Ask your child to describe homework
problems and tell you about the strategy used to solve them.
Communication is an important part of mathematics, and students
need to describe their strategies through talking, writing, drawing, or using concrete objects. You can be an important audience.
Math and Literature Here are some suggestions of children’s books that contain relevant mathematical ideas about addition and subtraction. Look for these
books at your local library. Sayre, April. One Is a Snail, Ten Is a Crab:
A Counting by Feet Book. Viorst, Judith. Alexander, Who Used to Be Rich
Last Sunday.
Due Date: 5/20/2015
Subject: 3024 Math
Order of Operations TV http://www.mathtv.co... This video gives multiple solution videos for solving problems using the order of operations.
Interactives/Games
Please Excuse My Dear Aunt Sally As She Makes the Number 24 http://www.fisme.sci... The students get 4 numbers presented on a number card. With these numbers and an interactive calculator, students try to compute the number 24. Students use order of operations to solve a numerical expression that equal 24.
Escape from Planet X: Order of Operations http://harcourtschoo... This interactive game uses a word problem and the student must match the numerical expression that best describes the problem. If all problems are done correctly, then the student's spaceship will blast off the planet.
Math Man  Order of Operations http://www.mathplayg... Students play this "PacMan Game" while solving the order of operations.
Power Lines http://www.oswego.or... An interactive game that has students problemsolving math combinations to solve the puzzle. It gives 8 levels and after completing the 8th level they get a code to move on.
The Order of Operations Millionaire Game http://www.mathplay... The Order of Operations Millionaire Game can be played alone or in two teams. If you are using this game in the classroom as a contest between two teams, the teacher can modify the scores at any point by clicking the score box of a team and editing the numbers.
Learning Activities
Daily Math Puzzles http://7puzzleblog.c... Paul Godding is the creator of this daily math puzzle blog. Daily math puzzles/and or games are posted that contain basic mathematical skills. Students may submit their solutions to the puzzles. Also, available at this site are links to the Apple Store where Apps may be purchased for iphone, ipad, and ipod.
Teacher Tools
Order of Operations TV http://www.mathtv.co... This video gives multiple solution videos for solving problems using the order of operations.
Order of Operations TV http://www.mathtv.co... This video gives multiple solution videos for solving problems using the order of operations.
Interactives/Games
Please Excuse My Dear Aunt Sally As She Makes the Number 24 http://www.fisme.sci... The students get 4 numbers presented on a number card. With these numbers and an interactive calculator, students try to compute the number 24. Students use order of operations to solve a numerical expression that equal 24.
Escape from Planet X: Order of Operations http://harcourtschoo... This interactive game uses a word problem and the student must match the numerical expression that best describes the problem. If all problems are done correctly, then the student's spaceship will blast off the planet.
Math Man  Order of Operations http://www.mathplayg... Students play this "PacMan Game" while solving the order of operations.
Power Lines http://www.oswego.or... An interactive game that has students problemsolving math combinations to solve the puzzle. It gives 8 levels and after completing the 8th level they get a code to move on.
The Order of Operations Millionaire Game http://www.mathplay... The Order of Operations Millionaire Game can be played alone or in two teams. If you are using this game in the classroom as a contest between two teams, the teacher can modify the scores at any point by clicking the score box of a team and editing the numbers.
Learning Activities
Daily Math Puzzles http://7puzzleblog.c... Paul Godding is the creator of this daily math puzzle blog. Daily math puzzles/and or games are posted that contain basic mathematical skills. Students may submit their solutions to the puzzles. Also, available at this site are links to the Apple Store where Apps may be purchased for iphone, ipad, and ipod.
Teacher Tools
Order of Operations TV http://www.mathtv.co... This video gives multiple solution videos for solving problems using the order of operations.
Due Date: 5/19/2015
Subject: 3024 Math
Third Grade Hello Letter for May 11end of school year
Dear Parents,
HHS will not be having a Field Day this year. For this reason we are planning a party/fun day on the Tuesday, the 19 th day of school. This day will consist of Concessions, water slides, inflatables, movies, etc. We are asking that each child send 5 dollars to pay for the cost of “fun day”. Parents are more than welcome to attend. A schedule of event times for each grade will be sent out prior to the event. It will begin about 8:15 that morning, and the outdoor activities will be over about 11:30. We will go to lunch at 11:30.
Students will not need to bring their book bag.
Students will need the listed items in a bag that day: grocery sack to store wet clothes in, sunblock, towel, water bottle, swimsuit (one piece for girls or a tank top/shirt to cover the bathing suit), change of clothes, easily slip on and off shoes.
______ Yes, my child__________________________ would like to participate in Fun Day and I will send 5 dollars for the cost.
______ No my child will not be participating.
Signature_________________________ date________________
Paid 5 dollars yes or no circle Did not pay 5 dollars yes or no (circle)
We are winding down in Reading and Language. No more written homework, no more studying for Miss Marcie’s class. The only homework will be to read for 20 minutes a night. There has been a change with the Book Report Projects. Fun Day has been scheduled for May 19th, so some students have volunteered to present on this Friday, May 15th. The rest will present on May 18th.
Here is a schedule for the rest of the year.
May 11: Generalization Test
May 12: Review for 4th 9 weeks PostTest
May 13: 4th 9 Weeks PostTest and Social Studies Vocabulary Quiz
May 14: End of School Activity and Multiplication Drills for the Facts not mastered, division quiz
May 15: Book Report Presentations and Science Vocabulary Quiz
May 18: Book Report Presentations and Jeopardy Review in Math
May 19: Fun Day begins at 8
If your child has not mastered his or her multiplication facts, then he or she should be studying each day at home. We will have our drills one more time this THURSDAY.
Due Date: 5/9/2015
Subject: 3024 Math
Hello Letter Mrs. Phillips May 4, 2015
Family Night this year is May 9 at 5:00 p.m. in the lunchroom we will welcome Coach Greg Baker and Mr. Cliff Maddox (our new principal) at 5:00! Each elementary class is responsible for creating a basket for the family fun night that is $50 or more. I have chosen to do a “Bug Off” outdoor theme (wasp spray, ant granules, mosquito repellent/candles etc.) this year. If you would please send an item or a monetary donation for the basket that would be greatly appreciated to help our school. THANKS in advance!!!
Math Skills for this week are:
Fluently multiply and divide within 100, using strategies such as the relationship between multiplication and division (e.g., knowing that 8 x 5 = 40, one knows 40 ÷ 5 = 8) or properties of operations.
Find wholenumber quotients with up to threedigit dividends and onedigit divisors.
Notice that this standard emphasizes that students will become fluent with multiplication and division within 100. If your child has NOT mastered his or her multiplication facts, then he or she should be studying each day at home. Please CHECK your child’s highest scores for this 9 weeks at the bottom of this letter.
MondayMultiply 3 digit by 1 digit multiplication and divide without remainders
TuesdayDivision recipe reviewed and more acitivites with division
WednesdayWord problems with multiplication and division
Thursday Multiplication Drills and a Quiz on multiplication and division
FridayDivision and Factors Activities
Science Vocabularydeposit, erosion, evaporate, excavate, fossil, gemstone, geologist, igneous rock, metamorphic rock, and sedimentary rock Quiz on Vocabulary Tuesday May 14.
Social Studies Vocabularylaw, tax, election, property, mayor, volunteer, vote, citizen, city council
Quiz on Friday
Student’s Name:________________________Parent’s signature:_______________________________
Solar System Test_______________Multiple Operation Test______________________
Highest X Scores for this 9 weeks: 2_______3______4_______5_______6_______7______8______9______
Due Date: 4/24/2015
Subject: 3024 Math
Hello Letter for April 20, 2015 Mrs. Phillips
Dear Parents,
PTA’s Family Night this year is May 9. Each elementary class is responsible for creating a basket for the auction that is $50 or more. I have chosen to do a “Bug Off” outdoor theme (wasp spray, ant granules, mosquito repellent/candles etc.) this year. If you would please send an item or a monetary donation for the basket that would be greatly appreciated to support our PTA. THANKS in advance!!!
We are very excited about our field trip. Don’t forget to send in the letters and the money for your child’s field trip. We started studying the Solar System on Friday to get ready for our trip to the Planetarium. We will finish the Rock Unit from May 5 to the end of the school year. The children should have our first Solar System notes in his or her journal. If your child has not mastered his or her multiplication facts; then, they need to study them every night. The highest multiplication scores were all up to date on the progress reports. The date in the grade book is May 15, because that will be your child’s last chance on his or her multiplication this year.
Science: Solar System Notes Open Note Quiz on Thursday
Solar System TEST is Wednesday, April 29.
Math: 3.OA.8. Solve twostep word problems using the four operations. Represent these problems using equations with a letter standing for the unknown quantity. Assess the reasonableness of answers using mental computation and estimation strategies including rounding. The BENCHMARK on this standard will be next Thursday, April 30.
Monday: Students will solve problems involving multiple operations. Review key words and vocabulary. HOMEWORK: BACK of sheet 15
Tuesday: Solve twostep word problems using the four operations. Represent these problems using equations with a letter standing for the unknown quantity. Assess the reasonableness of answers using mental computation and estimation strategies including rounding. BACK
Wednesday: Finding Correct Expressions Group Activity, Solving Word Problems
Study the multiplication facts that you have not mastered for our Drills THURSDAY
Thursday: Quiz on 3.OA.8 Study the back of the sheet for this quiz
Multiplication Drills (only the sets that you have not mastered yet)
Friday: Math Man Operations and What’s the Question Again Cards
Due Date: 4/10/2015
Subject: 3024 Math
Hello Letter for the week of March 30April 10
Dear Parents,
We will be reviewing our skills from this year for the ACT Aspire. The Math ACT Aspire will be April 8, 2015 and the Reading will be on April 9, 2015. Please make sure that your children are at school on those 2 dates. Please make sure your child is well rested these days. Our Branches of Government Test will be April 15, 2015. We will have a daily grade in Science and Social Studies until after the ACT Aspire Test.
Solve twostep word problems using the four operations. Represent these problems using equations with a letter standing for the unknown quantity. Assess the reasonableness of answers using mental computation and estimation strategies including rounding. (This standard is limited to problems posed with whole numbers and having wholenumber answers; students should know how to perform operations in the conventional order when there are no parentheses to specify a particular order (Order of Operations).) [3OA8]
Monday: Review measurement, elapsed time, area, perimeter, and word problems.
Travel Problems Students find the difference between 3digit numbers in the context of distances traveled on a fictional journey. Review ACT aspire materials with NY engage, Jeopardy Review and Stride Academy.
Tuesday: Money Problems and Assessment: Subtraction Facts: Students solve subtraction problems that involve spending money and making change. They are assessed on their knowledge of subtraction facts that are related to addition combinations to 10 + 10.
Wednesday: Subtracting Whole Dollars Students consider how to solve a subtraction problem with money by changing one of the numbers to a wholedollar amount to create an easier problem.
Thursday: Benchmark on TIME See back of sheet for study guide
Students will complete the multiplication drills to test fluency of them. STANDARD AO7
Friday: Jeopardy REVIEW game
Student’s Name______________________Parent’s signature___________________
Highest score on the X facts: 2___3____4_____5_____6_____7_____8___9______
Round Test________American Revolution Test________
Due Date: 12/1/2014
Subject: 3024 Math
Mrs. Phillips Math Hello Letter December 1
Dear Parents,
We will have a BENCHMARK TEST on this THURSDAY. We have been going over geometry for a while. Please review the back of this hello letter for a study guide.
3.G.1 Understand that shapes in different categories (e.g., rhombuses, rectangles, and others) may share attributes (e.g., having four sides), and that the shared attributes can define a larger category (e.g., quadrilaterals). Recognize rhombuses, rectangles, and squares as examples of quadrilaterals, and draw examples of quadrilaterals that do not belong to any of these subcategories.
Monday: Working With Shapes and Angles Students continue to explore the characteristics of triangles, quadrilaterals, and angles, including angle measurement. Homework: back of this letter
Tuesday: EndofUnit Assessment Students complete assessment tasks that focus on finding and identifying area, triangles, and right angles.
Wed.: Sorting shapes according to colour and shape, Sort 2D shapes  number of corners, identify quadrilaterals, classify quadrilaterals on the tree, complete a diagram on the polygons, complete the Benchmark review for the test tomorrow. Study the back of this hello letter.
Thurs.:Students will complete the 3.G.1 BENCHMARK TEST. New UNIT 5 if time permits Many Things Come in Groups Students make lists of things that come in groups of 2 to 12 and use the lists to create multiplication situations. They solve teacher and classgenerated multiplication problems.
Fri.: Students illustrate multiplication situations and write sentences describing the number of groups, the number in each group, and the product. They write multiplication equations to match their illustrations.
Student’s name:______Parent’s signature:_________________________
Highest 2nd 9 week grade on the X facts:
2______3 ______4_____5______6_____7_____8_________
Area and Perimeter Benchmark Test_______
Don’t forget your Math Journal. A quad ruled (graph journal) will help you with our geometry unit and our new unit. THANKS!
