
3III

Geometry

3.2Identify Shapes ITaught by

3.3Identify Shapes IITaught by

3.4Which 2 Dimensional Shape Is Described?Taught by

3.6Compare Sides and CornersTaught by

3.7Which Shape Is Described?Taught by

3.91

3.92SymmetryTaught by


Number Properties

3.9

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3.12

3.13Convert from Expanded FormTaught by

3.14

3.15Simplify Expanded FormTaught by

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3.18Select Even or OddTaught by

3.19Even or Odd ITaught by

3.22Compare Numbers Up to 1000Taught by

3.23Put Numbers in Order Up to 120Taught by

3.25Solve Using Properties of AdditionTaught by

3.54Relate Addition and MultiplicationTaught by

3.67

3.93How to Make a Number  Values Up to 100Taught by

3.94

3.95Ways to Make a Number Up to 20Taught by

3.96


Addition

3.14

3.16

3.24

3.25Solve Using Properties of AdditionTaught by

3.26Add Two Numbers Up to 1000Taught by

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3.32

3.33

3.40Increasing Addition PatternsTaught by

3.43Numbers Up to 1000 ReviewTaught by

3.44Numbers Up to 1000Taught by

3.45Adding Three or More NumbersTaught by

3.93How to Make a Number  Values Up to 100Taught by

3.94


Counting

3.20

3.22Compare Numbers Up to 1000Taught by

3.70Count Up with NumbersTaught by


Number Patterns

3.20

3.27

3.28

3.40Increasing Addition PatternsTaught by

3.41

3.42Increasing Subtraction PatternsTaught by

3.62Multiplication Input/Output TablesTaught by

3.68Input/Output TablesTaught by

3.69Division: Complete the TableTaught by

3.81Time PatternsTaught by

3.99Mixed PatternsTaught by


Mixed Equations

3.21Solve Using GuessAndCheckTaught by

3.47MultiStepTaught by

3.97

3.98Add and Subtract  How to Make a NumberTaught by


Comparison

3.23Put Numbers in Order Up to 120Taught by

3.76Light and HeavyTaught by

3.77Holds More or LessTaught by


Subtraction

3.34Subtract Two Numbers Up to 1000Taught by

3.35Subtraction Input/Output TablesTaught by

3.36Complete the Subtraction SentenceTaught by

3.37

3.38

3.39Fill in the Missing DigitsTaught by

3.42Increasing Subtraction PatternsTaught by

3.46Subtraction with Operands Up to 1000Taught by

3.95Ways to Make a Number Up to 20Taught by

3.96


Algebra

3.48


Estimation

3.50Estimate Sums with Numbers Up to 100,000Taught by

3.51Estimate SumsTaught by

3.52Estimate DifferencesTaught by

3.53Estimate DifferencesTaught by


Multiplication

3.54Relate Addition and MultiplicationTaught by

3.55Multiplication with PicturesTaught by

3.56

3.57Multiplication by 10Taught by

3.58Squares: Multiply by the Same NumberTaught by

3.59MultiplicationTaught by

3.62Multiplication Input/Output TablesTaught by

3.63Multiply Two NumbersTaught by

3.65


Division

3.64Division with Divisors Up to 10Taught by

3.67

3.68Input/Output TablesTaught by

3.69Division: Complete the TableTaught by


Money

3.71Price ListsTaught by

3.72Consumer Math: Price ListsTaught by


Measurement

3.73Convert Mixed Metric UnitsTaught by

3.74

3.75Compare and Convert Metric UnitsTaught by

3.76Light and HeavyTaught by

3.77Holds More or LessTaught by


Time

3.78Match Clocks and TimeTaught by

3.79Reading ClocksTaught by

3.80Match Clocks and TimeTaught by

3.81Time PatternsTaught by


Graphing

3.83Create Frequency TablesTaught by

3.85Create PictographsTaught by

3.87Interpret Line PlotsTaught by

3.89Create Line PlotsTaught by

3.90Create Line Plots IITaught by

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