### Course Overview

This Grade 3 Math course focuses on multiplication and division up to the number 100, fractions, the structure of rectangular arrays and area, and two-dimensional shapes.

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### Course Objectives & Student Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of Acellus Grade 3 Math, students will be able to add and subtract fact families; find missing addends; add 3-digit numbers; solve word problems; identify digits and place values of 3-digit and 4-digit numbers to include their expanded form and rounding; use number lines; identify greater than and less than as well as odd and even numbers; count by twos, fives, tens, 25s, 50s, 100s, and 1,000s; add using commutative, identify and associative properties; mentally sum and estimate; add and subtract 2-digit numbers without regrouping; group and add and subtract 2-digit, 3-digit, and 4-digit numbers; check subtraction with addition; and choose a subtraction method.

Students will also be able to read a clock to the nearest hour, half hour, five minutes, minute, second; say the time different ways; choose a.m. or p.m.; calculate time passage; name months and time zones; read calendars; count money and make change to include word problems; use ordered pairs, tally and frequency tables, pictographs, bar graphs, line graphs, circle graphs, and line plots; calculate mode and range, event probability; predict outcomes to include determining game fairness; use multiplication properties to multiply 0 – 11; solve problems with tables; solve multiplication word problems; find missing factors; multiply 3 factors; multiply with calculator; use division properties to divide by 1 – 10; solve division word problems; find missing operation; and divide with calculator.

Students will also be able to identify lines, angles, polygons, and solid figures; classify triangles and quadrilaterals; identify congruency and lines of symmetry; relate objects to solid figures; convert parts of a whole or part of a group to fractions; find fractions of amounts; find equivalent fractions; compare fractions; identify mixed numbers; add and subtract like fractions to include word problems; identify tenths and hundredths as decimals with our without whole number parts; compare decimals; convert decimals and fractions; add and subtract decimals; measure using U.S. and metric systems; divide multiples of 10, 100, and 1,000 and estimate quotients; regroup for dividing 2-digits; check division with multiplication; and solve word problems with remainders.