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Complete Curriculums K-12 curriculum has been team-developed by a consortium of teachers, administrators, educational and subject matter specialists, graphic artists and editors.

In a collaborative environment, each professional participant contributed to ensuring the quality, integrity and effectiveness of each Compete Curriculum resource was commensurate with the required educational benchmarks and contemporary standards Complete Curriculum had set forth at the onset of this publishing program.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS AND OBJECTIVES THIRD GRADE MATH

Lesson 1 Even Steven Objective: The student will be able to identify odd and even numbers and highlight all even numbers in a sequence.

Lesson 2 All in a Days Work Objectives: The student will be able to add and subtract written expressions of numbers.

Lesson 3 Ordering through the Days of the Month Part 1 Objective: The student will be able to write out numbers in ordered form from 1 to 30 (first to thirtieth).

Lesson 4 Ordering through the Days of the Month Part 2 Objective: The student will practice writing numbers 1-20 in ordered written form.

Lesson 5 Ordering through the Days of the Month Part 3 Objective: The student will learn ordered written notation for numbers from 21 to 31.

Lesson 6 Ordering through the Days of the Month Part 4 Objective: The student will practice using ordered written notation by comparing dates on a calendar.

Lesson 7 Ordered Written Form Review Objectives: The student will be able to write numbers 1-31 in written ordered form in preparation for a quiz.

Lesson 8 Ordered Written Form Quiz Objectives: The student will be able to write out numbers 1-30 in ordered written form.

Lesson 9 Writing to 100 Objectives: The student will be able to write out numbers 1 through 100 in ordered written form.

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Lesson 10 Counting Crickets Objectives: The student will be able to identify the difference between writing numbers in standard and expanded form. The student will be able to recognize that numbers are digits, and he will be able to use place-value position to help him identify digits.

Lesson 11 Thousands Turn Objectives: The student will be able to write numbers in the thousands in both standard and expanded formrecognize that numbers are digits, identify digits up through 10,000

Lesson 12 Thousands of Words Part 1 Objectives: The student will be able to write numbers in the thousands in standard, written, and expanded form, and he will be able to use place-value position to identify digits up through 10,000.

Lesson 13 Thousands of Words Part 2 Objective: The student will continue studying numbers greater than 100 in written and numeric form.

Lesson 14 Thousands of Words Part 3 Objective: The student will continue learning notation for numbers greater than 100.

Lesson 15 Thousands of Words Part 4 Objective: The student will continue studying written form for numbers greater than 1000.

Lesson 16 Lessons 1-15 Review Objectives: The student will practice writing numbers in standard, expanded, and written form in preparation for an Assessment.

Lesson 17 Assessment, Lessons 1-15 Place Value Objectives: The student will complete an Assessment covering the written forms of numbers.

Lesson 18 Order and Compare Part 1 Objectives: The student will be able to compare numbers that are greater than or less than other numbers. The student will be able to determine the order of specific numbers.

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Lesson 19 Order and Compare Part 2 Objective: The student will think of numbers in terms of greater than and less than.

Lesson 20 Order and Compare Part 3 Objective: The student will recognize inequality signs.

Lesson 21 Order and Compare Part 4 Objective: The student will reinforce her understanding of inequality and practice using the symbols to represent it.

Lesson 22 Order and Compare Part 5 Objective: The student will learn how to arrange numbers in sequence.

Lesson 23 Pronouncing Patterns Part 1 Objectives: The student will be able to demonstrate her knowledge and ability to count by numbers 6-9 through both oral and written expression. The student will be able to make a connection between sequences and patterns in counting by certain digits.

Lesson 24 Pronouncing Patterns Part 2 Objective: The student will continue practicing counting by patterns.

Lesson 25 Pronouncing Patterns Part 3 Objective: The student will continue practicing counting by patterns.

Lesson 26 Pronouncing Patterns Part 4 Objective: The student will continue practicing counting by patterns.

Lesson 27 Counting by Cans Part 1 Objectives: The student will be able to add three and four digit numbers with regrouping.

Lesson 28 Counting by Cans Part 2 Objective: The student will learn how to add to the thousands place.

Lesson 29 Counting by Cans Part 3 Objective: The student will learn about rounding in this Lesson.

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Lesson 30 Counting by Cans Part 4 Objective: The student will review rounding and regrouping.

Lesson 31 Counting by Cans Part 5 Objective: The student will complete an assessment of her rounding and regrouping skills.

Lesson 32 Giving is Great Part 1 Objectives: The student will be able to subtract three and four-digit numbers, including the use of borrowing.

Lesson 33 Giving is Great Part 2 Objective: The student will learn to subtract four-digit numbers.

Lesson 34 Giving is Great Part 3 Objective: The student will learn to round off to express approximate differences between numbers. Lesson 35 Giving is Great Part 4 Objective: The student will prepare for an assessment on four-digit subtraction and rounding. Lesson 36 Giving is Great Part 5 Objective: The student will take a test covering subtraction and rounding. Dollar, Dollar Bills Part 1 Objectives: The student will be able to compare different values of money, and she will be able to determine various equivalent amounts of money by using different combinations of dollars and coins. Lesson 38 Dollar, Dollar Bills Part 2 Objective: The student will compare monetary equivalencies. Lesson 39 Dollar, Dollar Bills Part 3 Objective: The student will be able to compare coins to fractions of a whole dollar

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Lesson 40 Dollar, Dollar Bills Part 4 Objective: The student will become proficient at adding dollar values together.

Lesson 41 Dollar, Dollar Bills Part 5 Objective: The student will add larger sums together than in Lesson 40.

Lesson 42 Dollar, Dollar Bills Part 6 Objective: The student will learn to apply rounding to dollar values.

Lesson 43 Dollar, Dollar Bills Part 7 Objective: The student will learn how to figure out the estimated difference between two dollar amounts.

Lesson 44 Dollar, Dollar Bills Part 8 Objective: The student will be able to subtract real dollar amounts.

Lesson 45 Lessons 37-44 Review - Part 1 Objective: The student will complete a review of topics for an upcoming assessment.

Lesson 46 Lessons 37-44 Review - Part 2 Objective: The student will complete a review of topics for an upcoming assessment.

Lesson 47 Assessment, Lessons 37-44 Decimals, Fractions, Money Objective: The student will complete an assessment on dollar-value mathematics.

Lesson 48 How many do we have? Objectives: The student will be able to organize materials into categories. The student will be able to count items. The student will be able to create a bar graph.

Lesson 49 What are the parts of a Bar Graph? Objectives: The Student will be able to identify the key components of a bar graph (e.g., axes, categories, counts, etc.). The Student will be able to identify the maximum, minimum, and range of values in a bar graph. The Student will be able to create a bar graph.

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Lesson 50 Reversing the Axes: What Changes? Objectives: The Student will be able to identify the similarities between a vertical and horizontal bar graph. The Student will be able to identify key components of a bar graph (e.g., axes, categories, counts, etc.).

Lesson 51 Scales Objectives: The Student will be able to explain the impact of changing scales on a bar graph.

Lesson 52 Graphing Quiz Objective: The student will take a quiz, testing her knowledge of scale as pertinent to Bar Graphs.

Lesson 53 Comparing Horizontal and Vertical Bar Graphs Objectives: The Student will be able to identify the similarities between a vertical and horizontal bar graph.

Lesson 54 Using Graphs to Solve Problems Part 1 Objectives: The Student will be able to create a graph given a story problem.

Lesson 55 Using Graphs to Solve Problems Part 2 Objectives: The Student will be able to create a graph given a story problem, and she will be able to compare graphs to solve problems.

Lesson 56 Lesson 48-55 Review Objective: The student will refresh his working knowledge of graphs.

Lesson 57 Assessment, Lessons 48-55 Graphs Objective: The student will take a comprehensive Assessment on her knowledge of graphs.

Lesson 58 Only Time will Tell Part 1 Objectives: The student will be able to tell time to the nearest minute, and he will be able to use an analog clock to measure elapsed time.

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Lesson 59 Only Time will Tell Part 2 Objective: The student will learn how to tell time using AM and PM.

Lesson 60 Only Time will Tell Part 3 Objective: The student will be able to measure elapsed time by comparing two clocks.

Lesson 61 Setting some Schedules Objectives: The student will be able to determine the amount of elapsed time through the use of a schedule.

Lesson 62 Capitals on Calendars Objectives: The student will be able to write out dates using the appropriate spellings and punctuation. The student will be able to list and spell the days of the week and months of the year in their correct order.

Lesson 63 Mapping the Months Objective: The student will be able to list and spell the days of the week and months of the year in their correct order.

Lesson 64 Writing out Dates Objectives: The student will be able to write out dates using the appropriate spellings and punctuation.

Lesson 65 Dates and Duration Objectives: The student will be able to determine the amount of elapsed time through the use of a calendar.

Lesson 66 Lessons 58-65 Review Part 1 Objectives: The student will review the essentials of measuring time with calendars and schedules.

Lesson 67 Lessons 58-65 Review Part 2 Objective: The student will continue a review of time measurement.

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Lesson 68 Lessons 58-65 Review Part 3 Objective: The student will continue a review of time units.

Lesson 69 Lessons 58-65 Review Part 4 Objective: The student will finish reviewing for a comprehensive assessment on time units.

Lesson 70 Assessment Lessons 58-65 Time, Schedules and Dates Objectives: The student will take a comprehensive Assessment on time metrics.

Lesson 71 Times are Tough! Objectives: The student will be able to relate the concept of repeated addition to multiplication

Lesson 72 Factors for a Product Objectives: The student will be able to find factors of the numbers 2&5. !"Lesson 73 3 Times on a Line Objectives: The student will be able to find products of the number 3. Lesson 74 Up and Down with 4s All Around Objectives: The student will learn how to multiply by 4, and will become acquainted with the vertical and horizontal orientation of tables and the nature of cells. Lesson 75 Mastering Multiplication: 2s-5s Review Part 1 Objectives: The student will review multiplication problems with the factors 2 through 5 in preparation for an upcoming quiz. Lesson 76 Mastering Multiplication: 2's-5's-Part 2 Objectives: The student will review multiplication problems with the factors 2 through 5 in preparation for an upcoming quiz.

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Lesson 77 Mastering Multiplication: 2s-5s-Quiz Part 1 Objectives: The student will demonstrate mastery of multiplying numbers 2-5 by successfully completing a quiz.

Lesson 78 Mastering Multiplication: 2s through 5s-Quiz Part 2 Objectives: The student will demonstrate mastery of multiplying numbers 2-5 by successfully completing a quiz.

Lesson 79 Timing the Times Table for 2 Objectives: The student will be able fill in sequential and non-sequential multiplication charts with specific time limits. The student will be able to memorize the times table with factors of 2.

Lesson 80 Timing the Times Table for 3 Objectives: The student will be able fill in sequential and non-sequential multiplication charts with specific time limits. The student will be able to memorize the times table with factors of 3.

Lesson 81 Timing the Times Table for 4 Objectives: The student will be able fill in sequential and non-sequential multiplication charts with specific time limits. The student will be able to memorize the times table with factors of 4.

Lesson 82 Timing the Times Table for 5 Objectives: The student will be able fill in sequential and non-sequential multiplication charts with specific time limits. The student will be able to memorize the times table with factors of 5.

Lesson 83 Timing the Times Table for 0-5 - Part 1 Objectives: The student will be able fill in sequential and non-sequential multiplication charts with specific time limits. The student will be able to memorize the ti...