MRS. RUNYAN'S
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piedmont elementary / jefferson county schools /
tn dept. of education
 
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math


http://www1.saxonpub.com/tech/online_activities.html

        We use Saxon Math in 3rd grade. Saxon Math is unique because the entire program is based on introducing a topic to a student and then allowing the student to build upon that concept as they learn new ones. Topics are never dropped but are instead increased in complexity and practiced every day, providing the time required for concepts to become totally familiar.  Students are presented with and expected to learn an entire mathematical concept in one day. The homework for that day consists of twenty or thirty problems that involve practicing previously taught concepts.  Thus, every assignment (and every test) is a cumulative review of all material covered up to that point.  Occasionally, we will be using the Saxon Math textbook.  Students will have a homework sheet or page each night for homework except Wednesdays and Fridays.  On these days, the student will complete side B in class.  Side A is always done in class.  We go over this together, and it is your child’s responsibility to write down the correct answers.  This helps in solving the problems that are presented on Side B. 
        We will have a math test almost every 5 lessons.  Sometimes, we will go over a topic again if the students are having trouble understanding what was taught.  I try not to give math homework over the weekends.  Students can ALWAYS study math fact cards and redo math problems they have missed on their homework.
 
 

Third-graders will:

    * skip count by whole numbers
    * compare and order numbers
    * identify place value
    * identify ordinal position to twentieth
    * identify and complete patterns
    * solve routine and nonroutine problems
    * master all basic addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division 
                          facts
    * add/subtract multidigit numbers
    * multiply a multidigit number by a single-digit number
    * divide by single-digit divisors
    * add positive and negative numbers
    * picture, name, and order fractions
    * add and subtract fractions with common denominators
    * measure to the nearest quarter inch, millimeter, foot, and yard
    * identify the volume of standard containers
    * compare and measure mass
    * measure perimeter and area
    * tell time to the minute
    * determine elapsed time
    * count money
    * make change for a dollar
    * identify angles
    * identify lines of symmetry
    * identify function rules
    * graph ordered pairs on a coordinate graph
    * tally
    * write addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division fact families
    * write story problems for addition/subtraction number sentences
    * create, read, and write observations from real graphs, pictographs, 
                        bar graphs, Venn diagrams, and line graphs

Table of Contents
 
 

Lesson 1

Telling and Showing Time to the Hour

Solving Elapsed Time Problems

Lesson 2

Graphing Data on a Bar Graph

Reading a Graph

Lesson 3

Identifying Digits and Writing Two-Digit Numbers

Lesson 4

Telling and Showing Time to the Half Hour

Lesson 5

Identifying Addends, Sums, and the Commutative Property of

Addition

Addition Facts: Adding 0, Adding 1, and Doubles

Identifying a Missing Addend

Lesson 6

Estimating Length to the Nearest Inch

Measuring and Drawing Line Segments to the Nearest Inch

Drawing Congruent Line Segments

Lesson 7

Identifying the Properties of a Rectangle

Identifying and Measuring the Length and Width of a Rectangle

Lesson 8

Ordering Two-Digit Numbers

Lesson 9

Identifying Even and Odd Numbers

Lesson 10, Part 1

Subtraction Facts: Subtracting 0 and 1; Differences of 0 and 1

Lesson 10, Part 2

Written Assessment 1

Oral Assessment 1

Working in Small Groups With Appropriate Social Behavior

Identifying the Relative Value of Pattern Blocks

Covering Designs With Pattern Blocks

Lesson 11

Identifying, Acting Out, Drawing Pictures, and Writing Number

Sentences for Some, Some More and Some, Some Went

Away Story Problems

Lesson 12

Dividing Squares Into Two or Four Equal Parts

Identifying Congruent Shapes

Lesson 13

Counting Dimes and Nickels

Comparing the Values of Sets of Coins

Lesson 14

Adding 10 to a Two-Digit Number and Subtracting 10 From a

Two-Digit Number Using Mental Computation

Lesson 15, Part 1

Addition Facts: Sums of 10

Lesson 15, Part 2

Written Assessment 2

Identifying the Relative Value of Pattern Blocks

Making a Design With a Given Value Using Pattern Blocks

Lesson 16

Writing the Date Using Digits

Lesson 17

Dividing Squares Into Two, Four, and Eight Equal Parts

Identifying and Shading Halves, Fourths, and Eighths

Lesson 18

Reading a Thermometer to the Nearest 10°

Rounding a Number to the Nearest Ten

Lesson 19

Rounding Numbers to the Nearest Ten

Lesson 20, Part 1

Addition Facts: Adding 2

Writing Addition and Subtraction Fact Families

Lesson 20, Part 2

Written Assessment 3

Oral Assessment 2

Naming and Drawing Polygons

Lesson 21

Dividing a Square Into Three Equal Parts

Identifying and Shading Thirds

Lesson 22

Rewriting Numbers by Regrouping Tens and Ones

Trading Pennies and Dimes

Making an Organized List

Lesson 23

Counting Dimes, Nickels, and Pennies

Lesson 24

Writing Fractions Using the Fraction Bar

Lesson 25, Part 1

Addition Facts: Adding 9

Lesson 25, Part 2

Written Assessment 4

Writing Fraction Number Sentences That Equal 1

Lesson 26

Identifying Dozen and Half Dozen

Writing a Fraction to Show a Part of a Set

Lesson 27

Reading and Writing Numbers to 1,000 Using Digits

Lesson 28

Writing Money Amounts Using $ and ¢

Lesson 29

Reading and Shading a Thermometer to the Nearest 2°

Lesson 30, Part 1

Addition Facts: Adding 3 and 4

Lesson 30, Part 2

Written Assessment 5

Oral Assessment 3

Collecting Data

Tallying

Lesson 31

Adding Multiples of 10 Using Mental Computation

Estimating the Sum of Two Two-Digit Numbers

Lesson 32

Estimating, Measuring, and Drawing Line Segments Using

Centimeters

Lesson 33

Adding a Multiple of 10 to a Number Using Mental Computation

Lesson 34

Ordering Three-Digit Numbers

Listing Combinations

Lesson 35, Part 1

Addition Facts: Adding 5 and 6

Lesson 35, Part 2

Written Assessment 6

Writing Number Sentences for Some, Some More and Some,

Some Went Away Stories

Writing Story Problems for Addition and Subtraction Number

Sentences

Lesson 36

Counting Quarters

Lesson 37

Finding Half of a Set of Objects

Lesson 38

Adding Three or More Single-Digit Numbers

Lesson 39

Telling and Showing Time to Five-Minute Intervals

Identifying a.m. and p.m.

Identifying the Number of Minutes in an Hour and the Number

of Hours in a Day

Lesson 40, Part 1

Addition Facts: Adding 7 and 8

Lesson 40, Part 2

Written Assessment 7

Oral Assessment 4

Drawing and Reading a Pictograph

Conducting a Survey

Lesson 41

Identifying Place Value to Hundreds

Writing Three-Digit Numbers in Expanded Form

Lesson 42

Adding Two-Digit Numbers Using Mental Computation

Lesson 43

Naming Line Segments

Lesson 44

Identifying a Missing Digit in an Addition Problem

Lesson 45, Part 1

Multiplying by 1 and by 10

Identifying Factors and Products

Lesson 45, Part 2

Written Assessment 8

Estimating the Capacity of Containers

Ordering Containers by Capacity

Identifying One-Cup Liquid Measure

Identifying Pint, Quart, Half-Gallon, Gallon, and Liter Containers

Lesson 46

Reading a Thermometer to the Nearest Degree

Identifying the Freezing and Boiling Points of Water and Normal

Body Temperature on the Fahrenheit Scale

Estimating a Reasonable Temperature

Lesson 47

Using Comparison Symbols (>, <, and =)

Lesson 48

Identifying Horizontal, Vertical, and Oblique Lines and Line

Segments

Lesson 49

Finding Perimeter

Lesson 50, Part 1

Subtraction Facts: Subtracting a Number From 10

Lesson 50, Part 2

Written Assessment 9

Oral Assessment 5

Making a Shape for a Given Perimeter

Lesson 51

Constructing a Number Line

Lesson 52

Adding Two-Digit Numbers Using the Addition Algorithm (Part 1)

Using Estimation to Verify the Reasonableness of Calculated

Results

Lesson 53

Adding Two-Digit Numbers Using the Addition Algorithm (Part 2)

Using Estimation to Verify the Reasonableness of Calculated

Results

Lesson 54

Drawing and Measuring Line Segments to the Nearest Half Inch

Lesson 55, Part 1

Multiplication Facts: Multiplying by 7

Lesson 55, Part 2

Written Assessment 10

Locating and Naming Points on a Number Line With a Scale of 10

Estimating Capacity

Drawing a Bar Graph Using a Scale of 10

Lesson 56

Acting Out, Drawing Pictures, and Writing Number Sentences

for Equal Groups Stories

Lesson 57

Drawing Pictures and Writing Number Sentences for Equal

Groups Stories

Lesson 58

Identifying and Drawing Lines of Symmetry

Lesson 59

Writing Division Problems in Three Ways

Dividing by 10, by 7, and by 1

Identifying Quotients

Lesson 60, Part 1

Subtraction Facts: Subtracting 2; Differences of 2

Lesson 60, Part 2

Written Assessment 11

Oral Assessment 6

Measuring With Cups, Tablespoons, and Teaspoons

Reading a Recipe

Lesson 61

Writing a Part of a Set as a Fraction

Lesson 62

Subtracting a Multiple of 10 From a Number Using Mental

Computation

Estimating Differences of Two Two-Digit Numbers

Lesson 63

Squaring Numbers

Identifying Perfect Squares

Simplifying Expressions With Exponents of 2

Lesson 64

Showing Three- and Four-Digit Numbers Using Base Ten Blocks

Writing Three- and Four-Digit Numbers for a Model or a Picture

Lesson 65, Part 1

Subtraction Facts: Subtracting 3 and 4; Differences of 3 and 4

Lesson 65, Part 2

Written Assessment 12

Following a Recipe

Setting a Dial and Determining Elapsed Time

Lesson 66

Identifying the Missing Addend in a Some, Some More Story

Lesson 67

Subtracting Two-Digit Numbers

Lesson 68

Writing Numbers to 1,000 Using Words

Lesson 69

Adding and Subtracting Multiples of 100

Lesson 70, Part 1

Multiplication Facts: Multiplying by 2

Lesson 70, Part 2

Written Assessment 13

Oral Assessment 7

Drawing and Reading a Line Graph

Lesson 71

Telling and Showing Time to the Minute

Lesson 72

Estimating Sums and Differences of Three-Digit Numbers

Rounding a Number to the Nearest Hundred

Lesson 73

Comparing Fractions With Denominators of 2, 3, and 6 Using

Pattern Blocks (Part 1)

Adding and Subtracting Fractions With Denominators of 2, 3,

and 6 Using Pattern Blocks (Part 1)

Lesson 74

Writing a Fraction to Show a Part of a Whole

Comparing Fractions With Denominators of 2, 3, and 6 Using

Pattern Blocks (Part 2)

Adding and Subtracting Fractions With Denominators of 2, 3,

and 6 Using Pattern Blocks (Part 2)

Lesson 75, Part 1

Subtraction Facts: Subtracting 5 and 6; Differences of 5 and 6

Lesson 75, Part 2

Written Assessment 14

Reading and Writing Roman Numerals to 31

Lesson 76

Adding Three-Digit Numbers

Lesson 77

Identifying Ordinal Position

Lesson 78

Reading and Writing Money Amounts to $1,000

Writing Money Amounts Using Fractions and Decimals

Writing Checks

Lesson 79

Selecting Coins for a Given Amount

Lesson 80, Part 1

Subtraction Facts: Subtracting 7, 8, and 9

Lesson 80, Part 2

Written Assessment 15

Oral Assessment 8

Making Reasonable Predictions by Collecting and Analyzing Data

Lesson 81

Finding Square Roots of Perfect Squares

Lesson 82

Adding Money Amounts (Decimals)

Lesson 83

Reading and Showing the Temperature on the Celsius Scale

Lesson 84

Identifying the Number of Days in Each Month

Identifying the Number of Days in a Year

Lesson 85, Part 1

Multiplication Facts: Multiplying by 0

Identifying the Commutative Property of Multiplication

Multiplication Facts: Multiplying by 5

Lesson 85, Part 2

Written Assessment 16

Estimating and Measuring Distance Using Feet, Yards, and

Meters

Identifying the Number of Inches in a Foot and in a Yard, Feet in

a Yard, and Centimeters in a Meter

Lesson 86

Identifying and Solving Larger-Smaller-Difference Problems

Lesson 87

Making and Drawing Arrays

Writing Number Sentences for Arrays

Lesson 88

Estimating and Finding the Area of a Rectangle

Lesson 89

Finding the Sum of Three Addends

Lesson 90, Part 1

Division Facts: Dividing by 2 and by 5

Lesson 90, Part 2

Written Assessment 17

Oral Assessment 9

Determining the Likelihood of an Event

Determining the Fairness of a Game

Lesson 91

Subtracting Two- and Three-Digit Numbers (Part 1)

Lesson 92

Subtracting Two- and Three-Digit Numbers (Part 2)

Lesson 93 Comparing and Ordering Unit Fractions With Denominators of

2, 3, 4, and 8 Using Fraction Strips

Adding and Subtracting Fractions With Like Denominators of 2,

3, 4, and 8 Using Fraction Strips

Lesson 94

Comparing Fractions With Denominators of 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8,

and 10 Using Pictures

Identifying Fractions That Equal A Using Pictures

Adding and Subtracting Fractions With Like Denominators of 2,

3, 4, 5, 6, 8, and 10

Lesson 95, Part 1

Multiplication Facts: Multiplying by 3

Lesson 95, Part 2

Written Assessment 18

Identifying Units of Weight and Mass: Ounces, Pounds, Tons,

Grams, and Kilograms

Estimating the Mass of an Object

Lesson 96

Subtracting Money Amounts (Decimals)

Subtracting Across Zeros

Lesson 97

Telling and Showing Time to the Quarter Hour

Lesson 98

Showing Fractional Amounts Greater Than 1

Writing Mixed Numbers

Lesson 99

Measuring and Drawing Line Segments to the Nearest Quarter Inch

Lesson 100, Part 1

Multiplication Facts: Multiplying by 4

Lesson 100, Part 2

Written Assessment 19

Oral Assessment 10

Identifying Parallel Lines and Line Segments

Identifying the Properties of Quadrilaterals

Lesson 101

Finding the Missing Addend for a Sum of 100

Lesson 102

Making Change From $1.00

Lesson 103

 Reading and Writing Five-Digit Numbers

Multiplying by 100 and by 1,000

Lesson 104

Writing a Four-Digit Number in Expanded Form

Lesson 105

Part 1

Division Facts: Dividing by 3 and by 4

Writing Multiplication and Division Fact Families

Lesson 105

Part 2

Written Assessment 20

Identifying Perpendicular Lines and Line Segments

Lesson 106

Adding Money Amounts to $99,999.99

Writing Checks for Money Amounts to $99,999.99

Lesson 107

Acting Out, Drawing Pictures, and Writing Number Sentences for Division Story Problems

Lesson 108

Writing Number Sentences for Division Story Problems

Lesson 109

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

Lesson 110, Part 1

Multiplication Facts: Multiplying by 9

Lesson 110, Part 2

Written Assessment 21

Oral Assessment 11

Identifying Transformations: Translation, Rotation, and

Reflection

Lesson 111

Identifying a Fractional Part of a Set

Determining Age

Lesson 112

 Multiplying a One-Digit and a Two-Digit Number Using Mental

Computation

Lesson 113

 Identifying Right, Obtuse, and Acute Angles

Naming Triangles by Angle Size

Lesson 114

Measuring Line Segments Using Millimeters

Lesson 115, Part 1

Multiplication Facts: Multiplying by 6

Lesson 115, Part 2

Written Assessment 22

Identifying Geometric Solids

Constructing a Cube

Identifying Faces, Vertices, and Edges of a Geometric Solid

Lesson 116

Multiplying a Single-Digit Number and a Multi-Digit Number

Using the Multiplication Algorithm

Lesson 117

Identifying a Function Rule

Lesson 118

Simplifying Expressions Containing Parentheses

Multiplying Three or More Factors

Using the Associative Property of Multiplication

Lesson 119

Writing Tenths Using Common and Decimal Fractions

Measuring to the Nearest Tenth of a Centimeter

Lesson 120, Part 1

Multiplication Facts: Multiplying by 8

Lesson 120, Part 2

Written Assessment 23

Oral Assessment 12

Identifying the Factors of a Number

Identifying Prime Numbers Less Than 20

Lesson 121

Finding the Volume of a Rectangular Prism

Lesson 122

Dividing Two- and Three-Digit Multiples of 10 by a One-Digit Number

Lesson 123

Locating Negative Numbers on a Number Line

Lesson 124

 Dividing a Two-Digit Number by a One-Digit Number

Lesson 125, Part 1

Division Facts: Dividing by 6, by 8, and by 9

Lesson 125, Part 2

Written Assessment 24

Locating Information on a Map

Lesson 126

Showing Addition, Subtraction, and Multiplication on a Number Line

Lesson 127

Identifying Units of Measure for Long Distances

Using a Scale to Find Distance on a Map

Lesson 128

Adding Positive and Negative Numbers

Lesson 129

Creating a Coordinate Plane

Identifying the Location of a Point on a Coordinate Plane

Lesson 130, Part 1

Graphing Points on a Coordinate Plane

Lesson 130, Part 2

Written Assessment 25

Oral Assessment 13

Showing Large Numbers Using Objects

Rounding Numbers to the Nearest Thousand

Comparing and Ordering Numbers to 10,000

Lesson 131

Writing Hundredths Using Common and Decimal Fractions

Lesson 132

Dividing a Two-Digit Number by a One-Digit Number With a

Remainder

Lesson 133

Simplifying Expressions With Addition, Subtraction,

Multiplication, and Division

Lesson 134

Identifying Place Value to Millions

Lesson 135

Written Assessment 26

Estimating a Large Collection by Sampling