#### 3.1: Students understand and use basic and advanced concepts of number and number systems

3.1.3: Represent numbers up to 10,000 in standard, expanded, and word form

3.1.5: Identify place values from ten-thousands through the hundredths place

3.1.6: Use symbols to compare whole numbers from 0 to 10,000; i.e., >, <, =

3.1.8: Round numbers to tens, hundreds, and thousands

3.1.9: Represent fractions and mixed numbers using words, numerals, and physical models

3.1.10: Model, represent, and explain the concept of multiplication; i.e., repeated addition, rectangular arrays, and skip counting

3.1.11: Model, represent, and explain the concept of division; i.e., repeated subtraction, rectangular arrays, and equal sharing

3.1.13: Add and subtract whole numbers between 0 and 10,000

3.1.14: Model and use the commutative and associative properties of addition and multiplication

3.1.17: Divide two- and three-digit numbers by single-digit number without remainders

3.1.18: Demonstrate the inverse relationships between multiplication and division

3.1.19: Add and subtract simple fractions with like denominators; e.g., 1/4 + 2/4 = 3/4

3.1.20: Recall multiplication and division facts (0-10)

3.1.21: Estimate whole number products and quotients

3.1.22: Use estimation to determine if solutions are reasonable

#### 3.2: Student understands and applies geometric concepts and spatial relationships to represent and solve problems in mathematical and nonmathematical situations

3.2.3: Identify points, endpoints, lines, line segments, rays, and angles and use symbols to represent them

3.2.5: Use ordered pairs to identify the locations of points in a grid; e.g., A-10 on a map

3.2.6: Identify and create shapes that have lines of symmetry

#### 3.3: Students use data collection and analysis techniques, statistical methods, and probability to solve problems

3.3.1: Identify different parts of a graph; i.e., label, scale, and data

3.3.2: Display and interpret graphs with symbols or pictures that represent more than one object or event

3.3.3: Solve problems based on data displayed on a graph

3.3.6: Determine which outcomes are most likely to occur in certain situations; e.g., spinning red is most likely to occur when the spinner is divided among red, blue, green, red

#### 3.4: Students use concepts and tools of measurement to describe and quantify the world

3.4.2: Determine elapsed time by the hour

3.4.5: Estimate and measure to the nearest half inch or centimeter

3.4.6: State specific relationships between units within the same measuring system; e.g., hours in a day, inches in a foot, cups in a pint

3.4.7: Estimate and measure perimeter, area, and volume using links, tiles, grid paper, geoboards, and dot paper

3.4.8: Select a variety of tools for measuring length, weight, and capacity

Correlation last revised: 5/21/2018

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