Third Grade
Math Standards Pacing Chart
3rd Nine Weeks
Number, Number Sense, and Operations 

I can model and explain multiplication using skip counting, arrays, counters, and repeated addition.  
I can write equations for word problems involving multiplying.  
I can understand that factors in muliplication may have different units.  
Example: 
15 cookies shared by 3 children. 
I can model and explain division with repeated subtraction, arrays, and counters.  
I can multiply 2 and 3 digit numbers by a single digit number.  
I can divide 2 and 3 digit numbers by a single digit number without remainders.  
I
can write multiplication in expanded form. Example: 3x1000+2x100+5x1=3205) 

Data Analysis and Probability  
I can collect and organize data from an experiment or a question posed using a frequency chart and tally table.  
I can draw and interpret picture graphs.  
I can use and understand bar graphs with intervals greater than one.  
I can support a conclusion or prediction (orally and in writing) using information in a table or graph.  
I can match the data with the appropriate graph.  
I can create and translate a variety of charts, tables, line plots, graphs, etc. using the same information.  
I can analyze and interpret information represented on a timeline.  
I can find and explain the mode of the data.  
I can conduct a simple experiment, record the results, and use them to draw conclusions of probable outcomes.  
I can use models, pictures, diagrams, and lists to solve problems involving possible groupings or combinations of two to four objects. 
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