Saxon Math

Saxon 3

number concepts to 1000

Lesson 7: Ordering Number to 100

Lesson 9: Identifying Even and Odd Numbers, Identifying and Acting Out Some, Some More Stories

Lesson 11: Dividing Squares into Two and Four Equal parts

Lesson 12: Counting Dimes and Nickels to \$1.00

Lesson 13: Addition Facts – Doubles Plus One

Lesson 15: Adding Ten to a Two-Digit Number

Lesson 16: Drawing Pictures and Writing Number Sentences for Some, Some More and Some, Some Went Away Stories

Lesson 17: Dividing Squares into Two, Four, and Eight Equal Parts

Lesson 18:  Addition Facts – Sums of Ten

Lesson 21:  Rounding Numbers to the Nearest Ten Subtraction Facts – Subtracting One

Lesson 23:  Rewriting Numbers by Regrouping Tens and Ones, Trading Dimes and Pennies

Lesson 24:  Identifying the Meaning of the Multiplication Sign, Counting by 7’s

Lesson 25:  Subtracting Ten from a Two-Digit Number

Lesson 26:  Identifying a Dozen and a Half Dozen, Writing Fractions Using the Fraction bar

Lesson 27: Counting Dimes, Nickels, and Pennies, Addition Facts – Adding Nine

Lesson 31: Addition Facts – The Last Eight Facts, Multiplying by Ten

Lesson 26: Adding Multiples of Ten to a Number

Lesson 38: Finding Half of a Set of Objects, Subtracting Half of a Double

Lesson 39: Counting Quarters, Subtraction Facts – Subtracting Zero and Differences of Zero

Lesson 44: Adding Multiples of 100

Lesson 45: Adding Three or More Single-Digit Numbers

Lesson 54: Telling and Showing Time to Five-Minute Intervals

Lesson 56: Reading Numbers to 999

Lesson 59: Multiplying by Two

Lesson 62: Identifying Hundreds, Tens and Ones

Lesson 64: Subtracting Multiples of 10 and 100, Comparing and Ordering Three-Digit Numbers

Lesson 65: Identifying the Missing Addend in a Some, Some More Story

Lesson 67: Squaring Numbers, Identifying Perfect Squares

Lesson 68: Showing Fractional Amounts Greater Than One Writing the Sizes of the Pattern Block Pieces Using Fractions

Lesson 69: Adding Two-Digit Numbers Using Mental Computation

Lesson 70: Reading a Chart, Rounding Numbers to the Nearest Ten, Creating a Bar Graph

Lesson 71: Writing Three-Digit Numbers Using Digits

Lesson 72: Identifying Ordinal Position to Twentieth Multiplying by Five

Lesson 73: Writing Numbers to 100 Using Words

Lesson 75: Multiplying by Four

Lesson 78: Writing the Date Using Digits Subtracting Nine From a Number

Lesson 79: Finding Square Roots of Perfect Squares

Lesson 81: Adding Two-and Three-Digit Numbers

Lesson 82: Writing Numbers to 999 Using Words, Subtraction facts – Differences of Nine

Lesson 83: Identifying the Number of DAys in Each Month, Identifying the Number of Days in a Year

Lesson 85: Multiplying by Eight

Lesson 94: Subtracting Two-Digit Numbers

Lesson 95: Multiplying by Three and Six

Lesson 99: Writing Three-Digit Numbers in Expanded Form

Lesson 101: Reading and Writing Numbers to 99,999, Multiplying Numbers by 1,000

Lesson 104: Subtracting Across Zeros

Lesson 105: Multiplying by Nine

Lesson 106: Finding the Missing Addend for Sums of 100

Lesson 110: Identifying Multiplication Fact Patterns on the Hundred Number Chart

Lesson 111: Multiplying a Multiple of 10, 100, or 1,000 by a Single-Digit Number

Lesson 112: Locating Negative Numbers on a Number Line

Lesson 120: Identifying the Factors of a Number – Identifying Prime Numbers Less Than 20

Lesson 122: Dividing by Four and Eight

Lesson 125: Dividing by Three, Six, and Nine

Lesson 129: Diving a Two-Digit Number by a One-Digit Number with a Quotient Greater Than 10

Lesson 132: Simplifying Expressions with Exponents, Multiplying Three or More Factors

Lesson 134: Dividing a Three-Digit Number by a One-Digit Number

Lesson 135: Simplifying Expressions with Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication and Division

Lesson 136: Adding Positive and Negative Numbers

Lesson 138: Simplifying an Expression Containing Parentheses

fraction concepts

Lesson 26:  Identifying a Dozen and a Half Dozen, Writing Fractions Using the Fraction bar

Lesson 61: Writing a Part of a Set as a Fraction

Lesson 68: Showing Fractional Amounts Greater Than One Writing the Sizes of the Pattern Block Pieces Using Fractions

Lesson 89: Finding a Fractional Part of a set Determining Age

Lesson 128: Adding and Subtracting Fractions with Common Denominators

Lesson 137: Ordering Unit Fractions

Lesson 13: Addition Facts – Doubles Plus One

Lesson 15: Adding Ten to a Two-Digit Number

Lesson 18:  Addition Facts – Sums of Ten

Lesson 21:  Rounding Numbers to the Nearest Ten Subtraction Facts – Subtracting One

Lesson 27: Counting Dimes, Nickels, and Pennies, Addition Facts – Adding Nine

Lesson 31: Addition Facts – The Last Eight Facts, Multiplying by Ten

Lesson 39: Counting Quarters, Subtraction Facts – Subtracting Zero and Differences of Zero

Lesson 44: Adding Multiples of 100

Lesson 45: Adding Three or More Single-Digit Numbers

Lesson 64: Subtracting Multiples of 10 and 100, Comparing and Ordering Three-Digit Numbers

Lesson 69: Adding Two-Digit Numbers Using Mental Computation

Lesson 81: Adding Two-and Three-Digit Numbers

Lesson 82: Writing Numbers to 999 Using Words, Subtraction facts – Differences of Nine

Lesson 94: Subtracting Two-Digit Numbers

Lesson 135: Simplifying Expressions with Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication and Division

Lesson 136: Adding Positive and Negative Numbers

addition and subtraction facts to 20 (emerging computational fluency)

Lesson 13: Addition Facts – Doubles Plus One

Lesson 15: Adding Ten to a Two-Digit Number

Lesson 18:  Addition Facts – Sums of Ten

Lesson 21:  Rounding Numbers to the Nearest Ten Subtraction Facts – Subtracting One

Lesson 27: Counting Dimes, Nickels, and

Lesson 39: Counting Quarters, Subtraction Facts – Subtracting Zero and Differences of Zero

Lesson 45: Adding Three or More Single-Digit Numbers

Lesson 64: Subtracting Multiples of 10 and 100, Comparing and Ordering Three-Digit Numbers

Lesson 69: Adding Two-Digit Numbers Using Mental Computation

Lesson 82: Writing Numbers to 999 Using Words, Subtraction facts – Differences of Nine

Lesson 94: Subtracting Two-Digit Numbers

Lesson 135: Simplifying Expressions with Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication and Division

Lesson 136: Adding Positive and Negative Numbers

multiplication and division concepts

Lesson 11: Dividing Squares into Two and Four Equal parts

Lesson 17: Dividing Squares into Two, Four, and Eight Equal Parts

Lesson 22: Dividing a Square into Three Equal Parts, Identifying and Shading Thirds, Identifying Common Geometric Shapes

Lesson 46: Multiplying by Seven, Naming and Drawing Line Segments

Lesson 48: Multiplying by One, Writing Division Problems Three Ways, Dividing by One and Ten

Lesson 59: Multiplying by Two

Lesson 72: Identifying Ordinal Position to Twentieth Multiplying by Five

Lesson 75: Multiplying by Four

Lesson 85: Multiplying by Eight

Lesson 95: Multiplying by Three and Six

Lesson 101: Reading and Writing Numbers to 99,999, Multiplying Numbers by 1,000

Lesson 105: Multiplying by Nine

Lesson 110: Identifying Multiplication Fact Patterns on the Hundred Number Chart

Lesson 111: Multiplying a Multiple of 10, 100, or 1,000 by a Single-Digit Number

Lesson 113: Multiplying a Single-Digit Number Times a Multi-Digit Number Using the Expanded Form of a Number

Lesson 116: Dividing by Two, Five, and Seven

Lesson 121: Multiplying Using the Multiplication Algorithm

Lesson 122: Dividing by Four and Eight

Lesson 125: Dividing by Three, Six, and Nine

Lesson 126: Division with Remainders

Lesson 129: Diving a Two-Digit Number by a One-Digit Number with a Quotient Greater Than 10

Lesson 132: Simplifying Expressions with Exponents, Multiplying Three or More Factors

Lesson 134: Dividing a Three-Digit Number by a One-Digit Number

Lesson 135: Simplifying Expressions with Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication and Division

increasing and decreasing patterns

Lesson 19: Reading a Thermometer to the Nearest Ten Degrees, Rounding Numbers to the Nearest Ten, Drawing Congruent Line Segments

Lesson 25:  Subtracting Ten from a Two-Digit Number

Lesson 31: Addition Facts – The Last Eight Facts, Multiplying by Ten

Lesson 36: Adding Multiples of Ten to a Number

Lesson 44: Adding Multiples of 100

Lesson 48: Multiplying by One, Writing Division Problems Three Ways, Dividing by One and Ten

Lesson 59: Multiplying by Two

Lesson 64: Subtracting Multiples of 10 and 100, Comparing and Ordering Three-Digit Numbers

Lesson 111: Multiplying a Multiple of 10, 100, or 1,000 by a Single-Digit Number

Lesson 119: Identifying a Function Rule

Lesson 121: Multiplying Using the Multiplication Algorithm

pattern rules using words and numbers, based on concrete experiences

Lesson 10: Identifying the Relative Worth of Pattern Blocks

Lesson 11: Dividing Squares into Two and Four Equal parts

Lesson 12: Counting Dimes and Nickels to \$1.00

Lesson 17: Dividing Squares into Two, Four, and Eight Equal Parts

Lesson 20: Making a Pattern Block Design with a Given Value

Lesson 67: Squaring Numbers, Identifying Perfect Squares

one-step addition and subtraction equations with an unknown number

Lesson 9: Identifying Even and Odd Numbers, Identifying and Acting Out Some, Some More Stories

Lesson 58 Using Comparison Symbols, >,<, and =.

Lesson 65: Identifying the Missing Addend in a Some, Some More Story

Lesson 84: Selecting Coins for a Given Amount

Lesson 106: Finding the Missing Addend for Sums of 100

measurement, using standard units (linear, mass, and capacity)

Lesson 5: Using a Ruler to Measure to the Nearest Inch

Lesson 6: Using a Ruler to Measure the Length and Width of a Rectangle

Lesson 19: Reading a Thermometer to the Nearest Ten Degrees, Rounding Numbers to the Nearest Ten, Drawing Congruent Line Segments

Lesson 29: Reading and Shading a Thermometer to the Nearest Two Degrees

Lesson 32: Constructing a Number Line

Lesson 34: Using a Ruler to Measure to the Nearest Centimeter, Adding Multiples of Ten

Lesson 35: Drawing Congruent Line Segments Using Centimeters

Lesson 40: Tallying, Collecting Data

Lesson 42: Reading a Thermometer to the Nearest Degree, Identifying the Freezing and Boiling Points of Water on the Fahrenheit Scale, Identifying Normal Body Temperature on the Fahrenheit Scale, Subtraction Facts – Differences of One

Lesson 43: Identifying Horizontal, Vertical and Oblique Line Segments

Lesson 49: Finding Perimeter

Lesson 52: Estimating the Volume of Containers, Ordering Containers by Volume,

Lesson 53: Identifying Cup, Pint, Quart, Half Gallon, Gallon, and Liter Containers

Lesson 54: Telling and Showing Time to Five-Minute Intervals

Lesson 55: Measuring and Drawing Line Segments to the Nearest Half Inch

Lesson 63: Measuring With Cups, Tablespoons, and Teaspoons

Lesson 66: Following a Recipe and Measuring

Lesson 74: Measuring to the Nearest Millimeter

Lesson 88: Reading the Temperature on a Celsius Scale

Lesson 92: Measuring and Drawing Line Segments to the Nearest Quarter Inch\

Lesson 96: Estimating and Measuring Distance Using Feet, Estimating and Measuring Distance Using Yards

Lesson 103: Telling Time to the Quarter Hours

Lesson 108: Finding the Area of a Rectangle

Lesson 118: Identifying Parallel Lines and Line Segments

Lesson 123: Identifying Perpendicular Lines and Line Segments

Lesson 124: Determining the Appropriate Unit of Weight (Ounces, Pounds, or Tons, Estimating Weight)

Lesson 130: Using a Scale to Find Distance on a Map

Lesson 133: Identifying Lines of Symmetry

Lesson 139: Creating a Coordinate Plane, Identifying the Location of a Point on a Coordinate Plane

time concepts

Lesson 1: Telling Time to the Hour

Lesson 41: Identifying a.m. and p.m., Identifying Missing Digits

Lesson 93: Telling Time to the Minute

Lesson 103: Telling Time to the Quarter Hour

Lesson 131: Reading the Time as Minutes Before the Hour

construction of 3D shapes

Lesson 50: Making Shapes with a Given Area

Lesson 106: Finding the Area of a Rectangle

Lesson 114: Finding a Missing Dimension of a Rectangle

Lesson 127: Identifying Right,  Acute, and Obtuse Angles

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

Lesson 2: Graphing Data on a Bar Graph

Lesson 16: Drawing Pictures and Writing Number Sentences for Some, Some More and Some, Some Went Away Stories

Lesson 22: Dividing a Square into Three Equal Parts, Identifying and Shading Thirds, Identifying Common Geometric Shapes

Lesson 51: Graphing using a Scale of Ten

Lesson 57: Creating a Pictograph

Lesson 70: Reading a Chart, Rounding Numbers to the Nearest Ten, Creating a Bar Graph

Lesson 76: Drawing a Line Graph

Lesson 100: Recording Growth on a Line Graph

Lesson 140: Graphing Points on a Coordinate Plane

likelihood of simulated events, using comparative language

Lesson 40: Tallying, Collecting Data

Lesson 58: Using Comparison Symbols, >,<, and =.

Lesson 80: Making Reasonable Predictions by Collecting and Analyzing Data

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

Lesson 12: Counting Dimes and Nickels to \$1.00

Lesson 28: Writing Money Amounts Using the “cent” and \$ Symbols

Lesson 77: Reading and Writing Money Amounts to \$100.00, Writing Checks

Lesson 84: Selecting Coins for a Given Amount

Lesson 86: Adding Money Amounts (Decimals)

Curricular Competencies

Reasoning/Analyzing

Use reasoning to explore and make connections

Lesson 16: Drawing Pictures and Writing Number Sentences for Some, Some More and Some, Some Went Away Stories

Lesson 90: Identifying Compass Directions on a Map

Lesson 109: Identifying and Solving Larger, Smaller and Difference Problems

Estimate reasonably

Lesson 52: Estimating the Volume of Containers, Ordering Containers by Volume, Identifying One-Cup Liquid Measure

Lesson 96: Estimating and Measuring Distance Using Feet, Estimating and Measuring Distance Using Yards

Lesson 124: Determining the Appropriate Unit of Weight (Ounces, Points, or Tons), Estimating Weight

Develop mental math strategies and abilities to make sense of quantities

Lesson 69: Adding Two-Digit Numbers Using Mental Computation

Supplementation Required

Use technology to explore mathematics

Supplementation Required

Model mathematics in contextualized experiences

Supplementation Required

Understanding/Solving

Develop, demonstrate, and apply mathematical understanding through play, inquiry, and problem solving

Lesson 115: Acting Out Division Stories

Visualize to explore mathematical concepts

Lesson 16: Drawing Pictures and Writing Number Sentences for Some, Some More and Some, Some Went Away Stories

Lesson 20: Making a Pattern Block Design with a Given Value

Lesson 90: Identifying Compass Directions on a Map

Lesson 115: Acting Out Division Stories

Lesson 130: Using a Scale to Find Distance on a Map

Develop and use multiple strategies to engage in problem solving

Lesson 115: Acting Out Division Stories

Engage in problem-solving experiences that are connected to place, story, cultural practices, and perspectives relevant to local First Peoples communities, the local community, and other cultures

Lesson 89: Finding a Fractional Part of a set Determining Age

• Financial literacy exercises can be applied to daily life events/experiences

Communicating/Representing

Communicate mathematical thinking in many ways

Lesson 5: Using a Ruler to Measure to the Nearest Inch

Lesson 9: Identifying Even and Odd Numbers, Identifying and Acting Out Some, Some More Stories

Lesson 14: Identifying and Acting Out Some, Some Went Away Stories

Lesson 16: Drawing Pictures and Writing Number Sentences for Some, Some More and Some, Some Went Away Stories

Lesson 19: Reading a Thermometer to the Nearest Ten Degrees, Rounding Numbers to the Nearest Ten, Drawing Congruent Line Segments

Lesson 37: Writing Number Sentences for Some, Some More and Some, Some Went Away Stories

Lesson 40: Tallying, Collecting Data

Lesson 65: Identifying the Missing Addend in a Some, Some More Story

Lesson 115: Acting Out Division Stories

Use mathematical vocabulary and language to contribute to mathematical discussions

Supplementation Required

Explain and justify mathematical ideas and decisions

Supplementation Required

Represent mathematical ideas in concrete, pictorial, and symbolic forms

Lesson 9: Identifying Even and Odd Numbers, Identifying and Acting Out Some, Some More Stories

Lesson 14: Identifying and Acting Out Some, Some Went Away Stories

Lesson 16: Drawing Pictures and Writing Number Sentences for Some, Some More and Some, Some Went Away Stories

Lesson 37: Writing Number Sentences for Some, Some More and Some, Some Went Away Stories

Lesson 65: Identifying the Missing Addend in a Some, Some More Story

Connecting/Reflecting

Reflect on mathematical thinking

Supplementation Required

Connect mathematical concepts to each other and to other areas and personal interests

Lesson 83: Identifying the Number of Days in Each Month, Identifying the Number of Days in a Year

Lesson 84: Selecting Coins for a Given Amount

Lesson 90: Identifying Compass Directions on a Map

• Any exercise where counting money, reading temperatures, can be applied to daily activities, given the teacher provides the context of a daily event

Incorporate First Peoples worldviews and perspectives to make connections to mathematical concepts

Supplementation Required