Math-U-See Grade Three Correlations

Math-U-See Grade Three Correlations2018-10-05T23:55:21+00:00

Math-U-See

Grade Three Content

Math-U-See: Gamma

Number concepts to 1000:

Lesson 3: Skip Count by 2, 5 and 10

Lesson 8: Solve for an Unknown

Lesson 9: Skip Count by 9, Multiples in Equivalent Fractions

Lesson 11: Skip Count by 3

Lesson 13: Skip Count by 6, Equivalent Fractions

Lesson 15: Skip Count by 4, 4 Quarts = 1 Gallon

Lesson 17: Skip Count by 7 and Multiplication by Multiples of 10

Lesson 19: Skip Count by 8, 8 Pints = 1 Gallon

Lesson 22: Rounding to 10, 100, 1,000 & Estimation

Lesson 27: Place Value through Millions and 16 Ounces = 1 Pound

Fraction concepts:

Lesson 9: Skip Count by 9, Multiples in Equivalent Fractions

Lesson 13: Skip Count by 6, Equivalent Fractions

Addition and subtraction to 1000:

Lesson 3: Skip Count by 2, 5 and 10

Lesson 8: Solve for an Unknown

Lesson 9: Skip Count by 9, Multiples in Equivalent Fractions

Lesson 11: Skip Count by 3

Lesson 13: Skip Count by 6, Equivalent Fractions

Lesson 15: Skip Count by 4, 4 Quarts = 1 Gallon

Lesson 17: Skip Count by 7 and Multiplication by Multiples of 10

Lesson 19: Skip Count by 8, 8 Pints = 1 Gallon

Addition and subtraction facts to 20 (emerging computational fluency):

Lesson 3: Skip Count by 2, 5 and 10

Lesson 8: Solve for an Unknown

Lesson 9: Skip Count by 9, Multiples in Equivalent Fractions

Lesson 11: Skip Count by 3

Lesson 13: Skip Count by 6, Equivalent Fractions

Lesson 15: Skip Count by 4, 4 Quarts = 1 Gallon

Lesson 17: Skip Count by 7 and Multiplication by Multiples of 10

Lesson 19: Skip Count by 8, 8 Pints = 1 Gallon

Multiplication and division concepts:

Lesson 2: Multiply by 1 and by 0, Commutative Property

Lesson 4: Multiply by 2, 1 Quart = 2 Pints

Lesson 5: Multiply by 10,10 ¢=1 Dime

Lesson 6: Multiply by 5, 5 ¢ = 1 Nickel

Lesson 11: Skip Count by 3

Lesson 12: Multiply by 3, 3′ = 1 yard, 1 tablespoon = 3 teaspoon

Lesson 14: Multiply by 6

Lesson 16: Multiply by 4, 4 Quarters = 1 Dollar

Lesson 17: Skip Count by 7 and Multiplication by Multiples of 10

Lesson 18: Multiply by 7 and Multiplication by Multiples of 100

Lesson 20: Multiply by 8

Lesson 21: Multiple Digit Multiplication, Place Value, and Distributive Property

Lesson 23: Double Digit by Double-Digit and Multiplication by 11

Lesson 24: Double Digit Multiplication with Regrouping

Lesson 25: Multiple Digit Multiplication with Regrouping

Lesson 28: More Multiple Digit Multiplication

Increasing and decreasing patterns:

Lesson 3: Skip Count by 2, 5 and 10

Lesson 9: Skip Count by 9, Multiples in Equivalent Fractions

Lesson 11: Skip Count by 3

Lesson 13: Skip Count by 6, Equivalent Fractions

Lesson 15: Skip Count by 4, 4 Quarts = 1 Gallon

Lesson 17: Skip Count by 7 and Multiplication by Multiples of 10

Lesson 19: Skip Count by 8, 8 Pints = 1 Gallon

Pattern rules using words and numbers, based on concrete experiences:

Lesson 3: Skip Count by 2, 5 and 10

Lesson 9: Skip Count by 9, Multiples in Equivalent Fractions

Lesson 11: Skip Count by 3

Lesson 13: Skip Count by 6, Equivalent Fractions

Lesson 15: Skip Count by 4, 4 Quarts = 1 Gallon

Lesson 17: Skip Count by 7 and Multiplication by Multiples of 10

Lesson 19: Skip Count by 8, 8 Pints = 1 Gallon

One-step addition and subtraction equations with an unknown number:

Lesson 8: Solve for an Unknown

Measurement, using standard units (linear, mass, and capacity):

Lesson 15: Skip Count by 4, 4 Quarts = 1 Gallon

Lesson 16: Multiply by 4, 4 Quarters = 1 Dollar

Lesson 27: Place Value through Millions and 16 Ounces = 1 Pound

Lesson 30: 5,280′ = 1 Mile and 2,000 Pounds = 1 Ton

Time Concepts: 

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Construction of 3D shapes:

Lesson 1: Rectangle, Factors and Products

  • Teacher needs to verify that shapes in this lesson are 3D

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One-to-one correspondence with bar graphs, pictographs, charts, and tables:

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Likelihood of simulated events, using comparative language:

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Financial literacy — fluency with coins and bills to 100 dollars, and earning and payment:

Lesson 26: Finding Factors, 25¢ = 1 Quarter

Curricular Competencies

Reasoning/Analyzing

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Understanding/Solving

Communicating/Representing

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Connecting/Reflecting

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  • Math concepts related to financial literacy and measurement can be applied

 

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