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2017 - 2018 Math Pacing Guide

When I’m teaching?

“Week of…”

Where to find it?

(Chapter, Unit, Theme, etc.)

What I’m teaching?

(Common Core Standard)

What the students do?

“I can…” Statements

How long I teach?

(# of days)

Aug 9-11

Back to School!

Leader in Me

 

Participate in classroom activities! Demonstrate the 7 habits! Follow classroom and school rules!

3 days

Aug 8-19

Numbers to 10,000: Count and compare numbers to 10,000. (Ch.1)

3.OA.9, SMP.1, SMP. 2, SMP. 3, SMP.4, SMP.5, SMP.6, SMP.7 

Use base-ten blocks to count, read, and write numbers to 10,000! Count by 1s, 10s, 100s, and 1,000 to 10,000! Use base-ten blocks and place-value charts to read, write, and represent numbers to 10,000! Read and write numbers to 10,000 in standard form, expanded form, and word form! Use base-ten blocks to compare and order numbers! Use place value to compare and order numbers!

10 days

Aug 22-Sept 2

Mental Math and Estimation: Number bonds and estimation strategies can be used to find and check sums and differences. (Ch.2)

3. NBT. 1, 3.NBT.2, 3.OA.8, SMP.1, SMP.2, SMP.4, SMP.5, SMP.6, SMP. 8

 

Add 2-digit numbers mentally with or without regrouping! Subtract 2-digit numbers with or without regrouping! Use different strategies to add 2-digit numbers close to 100 mentally! Round numbers to estimate sums and differences! Use front-end estimation to estimate sums and differences!

 

10 days

Sept 6-16

Addition to 10,000: Greater numbers can be added the same way 2-digit numbers are added, with or without regrouping. (Ch.3)

3.NBT.2, SMP.1, SMP.2, SMP.3, SMP.4, SMP.5, SMP.6, SMP.8

 

Add greater numbers without regrouping! Add greater numbers with regrouping in hundreds! Add greater numbers with regrouping in ones, ten, and hundreds!

 

9 days

Sept 19-29

Subtraction to 10,000: Greater numbers can be subtracted with or without regrouping.  (Ch.4)

3.NBT.2, SMP.1, SMP.2, SMP.4, SMP.5, SMP.6,   SMP. 8

 

Use base-ten blocks to subtract without regrouping! Use base-ten blocks to subtract with regrouping! Write subtraction number sentences! Solve subtraction word problems!

 

9 days

Oct. 10-21

Multiplication Tables of 0-5: Many models can be used to multiply.

 

3.NBT.3, 3.OA.1, 3.OA.2, 3.OA.3, 3.OA.4, 3.OA.5, 3.OA.6, 3.OA.7, 3.OA.9, SMP.2, SMP.4, SMP.5, SMP.6, SMP.8

 

Use multiplication properties! Practice multiplication facts of 0! Practice multiplication facts of 1! Practice multiplication facts of 2! Practice multiplication facts of 3! Practice multiplication facts of 4! Practice multiplication facts of 5! Understand related multiplication and division facts! Divide to find the number of groups! Write division sentences for real-world problems! Identify patterns and relationships!

10 days

Oct. 24-Nov. 4

Multiplication Tables of 6,7,8, and 9: Many models can be used to multiply. (Ch.6)

 

3.NBT.3, 3.OA.1, 3.OA.2, 3.OA.3, 3.OA.4, 3.OA.5, 3.OA.6, 3.OA.7, 3.OA.9, SMP.2, SMP.4, SMP.5, SMP.6, SMP.8

 

Use multiplication properties! Understand multiplication by using array models! Practice multiplication facts of 6! Understand multiplication by using area models! Practice multiplication facts of 7! Understand multiplication by using number lines and area models! Practice multiplication facts of 8! Practice multiplication facts of 9! Divide to find the number of items in each group! Understand related multiplication and division facts! Write division sentences for real-world problems! Divide to find the number of groups! Identify patterns and relationships!

15 days

Nov. 9-22

Multiplication: Mental math can be used to multiply. Numbers up to 3 digits can be multiplied with or without regrouping. (Ch.7)

3.NBT.3, 3.OA.4, 3.OA.5, 3.OA.7, 3.OA.9, SMP.1, SMP.2, SMP.4, SMP.5, SMP.6,  SMP.8

 

Multiply ones, tens, and hundreds mentally! Multiply ones, tens, and hundreds without regrouping! Multiply ones, tens, and hundreds with regrouping! Identify patterns and relationships!

 

10 days

Nov. 28-Dec.16

Division: There can be remainders when dividing to make equal groups or when sharing equally. (Ch.8)

3.OA.3, 3.OA.4, 3.OA.5, 3.OA.6, 3.OA.7, 3.OA.9, SMP.1, SMP.2, SMP.4, SMP.5, SMP.8

 

Use related multiplication facts to divide! Use patterns to divide multiples of 10 and 100! Divide a 1-digit number or a 2-digit number by a 1-digit number with or without a remainder! Use different strategies to identify odd and even numbers! Use base-ten blocks and place value to divide 2-digit numbers without regrouping or remainders! Use base-ten block and place value to divide 2-digit numbers by a 1-digit number with regrouping, with or without remainders!

15 days

Jan 3-6

Multiplication & Division Review (Ch.9)

 

3.NBT.3, 3.OA.1, 3.OA.2, 3.OA.3, 3.OA.4, 3.OA.5, 3.OA.6, 3.OA.7, 3.OA.9, SMP.1, SMP.2, SMP.4, SMP.5, SMP.6, SMP.8

 

Use multiplication strategies to multiply 0-10! Multiply one-digit number by a 2-digit or 3-digit number with or without regrouping! Use related multiplication facts to divide! Use patterns to divide multiples of 10 and 100! Divide a 1-digit number or a 2-digit number by a 1-digit number with or without a remainder!

4 days

Jan. 9-12

Money: You can add and subtract money the same way you add and subtract whole numbers. (Ch.10)

 

3.NBT.2

 

Add money in different ways without regrouping. Add money in different ways with regrouping. Subtract money in different ways without regrouping. Subtract money in different ways with regrouping. Solve one and two step real-world problems involving addition and subtraction of money.

4 days

Jan. 17-27

Metric Length, Mass, and Volume: Length, mass, and volume can be measured using metric units of measurements. (Ch.11 and 12)

 

CC.K-12.MP.2, 3.MD.2, CC.K.-12.MP.4, CC.K-12.MP.5

 

Use meters and centimeters as units of measurement and length. Estimate and measure length. Convert units of measurement. Read scales in kilograms and grams. Estimate and find actual masses of objects by using different scales. Estimate and find volume of liquid in liters and milliliters. Find the volume and capacity of a container.

9 days

Jan. 30- Feb. 3

Bar graphs and Line Plots: Bar graphs and line plots help to organize data. (Ch.13)

3.MD.3, 3.MD.4, CC.K-12.MP.1, CC.K-12.MP.2,  CC.K-12.MP.3,  CC.K-12.MP.5, CC.K-12.MP.6

 

Make bar graphs with scales using data in picture graphs and tally charts. Read and interpret data from bar graphs. Solve problems using bar graphs. Make a line plot to represent and interpret data.

5 days

Feb. 6-Mar.3

Fractions: Fractions can be used to describe parts of a region or parts of a set. (Ch.14)

3.G.2, 3.NF.2, 3.NF.3.c, 3.MD.4, 3.NF.1, 3.NF.2a, 3.NF.2b, 3.NF.3.a, 3.NF.3b, 3.NF.3d, 3.NF.3c, CC.K-12.MP.3,  CC.K-12.MP.4,  CC.K-12.MP.5,  CC.K-12.MP.6,  CC.K-12.MP.7,  CC.K-12.MP.1,  CC.K-12.MP.2

 

Read, write, and identify fractions from wholes with more than 4 parts. Identify numerator and denominator. Use models to identify equivalent fractions, Use a number line to identify equivalent fractions. Use multiplication and division to find equivalent fractions. Write fractions in simplest form. Compare and order fractions. Show fractions as points or distances on a number line. Compare and order fractions using benchmark fractions. Add two or three fractions with sums to 1. Subtract a like fraction from another like fraction or whole number. Read, write, and identify fractions of a set. Find the number of items in a fraction of a set. Express whole numbers as fractions. Recognize fractions that are equal to whole numbers.

18 days

Mar 6-10

Customary Length, Weight, and Capacity: Length, weight, and capacity can be measured using customary units. (Ch.15)

3.MD.4, 3.MD.7, CC.K.-12.MP.1, CC.K.-12.MP.2,  CC.K.-12.MP.4, CC.K.-12.MP.5, CC.K.-12.MP.6 

 

Use inch, foot, yard, and mile as units of measurement for lengths. Estimate and measure given lengths. Use referents to estimate length. Estimate and measure lengths in halves and fourths of an inch. Estimate and show measurements in a line plot with a scale of whole numbers and fractions. Use pound, ounce, and ton as units of measurement for weight. Read scales in ounce (oz.) and pound (lb.). Estimate and find actual weights of objects by using different scales. Use referents to estimate weight. Measure capacity with cup (c), pint (pt.), quart (qt.), and gallon (gal). Estimate and find the actual capacity of a container. Relate units of capacity to one another.

5 days

Mar. 13-17

Time and Temperature: Time can be used to measure activities. Temperature can be used to understand what the weather will be like. (Ch.16)

 

3.MD.1, 3.MD.4, 3.MD.7, CC.K.-12.MP.1, CC.K.-12.MP.2, CC.K.-12.MP.4, CC.K.-12.MP.5, CC.K.-12.MP.6    

 

Tell time to the minute. Read time on a digital clock. Change minutes to hours or hours to minutes. Add time with and without regrouping. Subtract time with and without regrouping. Find elapsed time. Read a Fahrenheit thermometer. Choose the appropriate tool and unit to measure temperature.  Use a referent to estimate temperature. Solve word problems involving time and temperature.

5 days

Mar. 20-24

Angles and Lines: Angles and lines can be found all around us. These can be described by names. (Ch.17)

3.G.1, CC.K.-12.MP.1, CC.K.-12.MP.2,   CC.K.-12.MP.3, CC.K.-12.MP.5, CC.K.-12.MP.6  

 

Find angles in plane shapes and real-world objects. Compare the number of sides and angles of plane shapes. Make a right angle. Compare angles to right angles. Identify right angles in plane shapes. Define and identify perpendicular lines. Define and identify parallel lines.

5 days

Mar. 27-30

Two-Dimensional Shapes: Polygons can be classified by the number of sides, corners, and angles. (Ch.18)

3.G.1, CC.K.-12.MP.1, CC.K.-12.MP.2,   CC.K.-12.MP.3, CC.K.-12.MP.5, CC.K.-12.MP.6  

 

Identify open and closed figures. Identify special polygons and quadrilaterals. Classify polygons by the number of sides, vertices, and angles. Classify quadrilaterals by parallel sides, length of sides, and angles. Combine and separate polygons to make other polygons. Identify a slide, flip, and turn. Slide, flip, and turn shapes to make congruent figures. Identify congruent figures. Identify symmetric figures. Use folding to find a line of symmetry.

4 days

April 10-14

Area and Perimeter: Explore and understand units used to find perimeter and area and analyze relationships. (Ch.19)

3.MD.5, 3.MD.6, 3.MD.7, 3.MD.8, 3.NBT.2, CC.K-12.MP.3, CC.K-12.MP.5, CC.K-12.MP.6,

 

Understand the meaning of area. Use square units to find the area. Compare areas of plane figures and make plane figures of the same area. Use square centimeter and square inch to find and compare the area of figures. Use square meters and square feet to find and compare the area of small and large surfaces. Understand the meaning of perimeter. Find the perimeter of figures. Compare the area and perimeter of two figures. Choose appropriate tool and units to measure perimeter.

5 days

April 17-28

Testing  Preparations/Reviews/Cumulative Assessments

 

 

 

10 days

May 1-5? TBD

KPREP Testing

 

 

5 days

May 8-May 18

End of the Year Activities

 

 

10 days