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    Grade 3
  • Number Properties
    • 3.46
      Compare Numbers Up to 1000
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    • 3.47
      Put Numbers in Order Up to 120
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    • 3.48
      Solve Inequalities
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    • 3.50
      Value of Underlined Digit with Numbers Up to 1000
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    • 3.51
      Convert Numbers with Tens, Hundreds, Thousands
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    • 3.52
      Convert from Expanded Form
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    • 3.53
      Convert Numbers with Hundreds, Thousands, Millions
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    • 3.111
      Related Addition Equations Up to 10
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    • 3.112
      Related Addition Equations Up to 1000
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    • 3.113
      Related Subtraction Equations Up to 10
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    • 3.114
      Related Subtraction Equations with Sums Up to 1000
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    • 3.115
      Related Equations with Sums Up to 1000
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  • Counting
    • 3.46
      Compare Numbers Up to 1000
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    • 3.57
      Count by a Specific Number
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    • 3.110
      Counting and Number Patterns: Skip-Counting Sequences
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  • Comparison
    • 3.47
      Put Numbers in Order Up to 120
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    • 3.48
      Solve Inequalities
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    • 3.98
      Comparing Objects - Same / Different
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  • Mixed Equations
    • 3.48
      Solve Inequalities
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    • 3.115
      Related Equations with Sums Up to 1000
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  • Addition
    • 3.53
      Convert Numbers with Hundreds, Thousands, Millions
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    • 3.58
      Add Two Numbers Up to 1000
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    • 3.111
      Related Addition Equations Up to 10
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    • 3.112
      Related Addition Equations Up to 1000
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    • 3.117
      Balance Addition Equations with Sums Up to 1000
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    • 3.118
      Balance Addition Equations with Operands Up to 1000
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  • Money
    • 3.54
      Equivalent Coins I
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    • 3.55
      Equivalent Coins II
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    • 3.56
      Count Money
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    • 3.60
      Price Lists
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    • 3.61
      Consumer Math: Price Lists
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  • Number Patterns
    • 3.57
      Count by a Specific Number
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    • 3.107
      Multiplication Input/Output Tables
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    • 3.109
      Time Patterns
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    • 3.110
      Counting and Number Patterns: Skip-Counting Sequences
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  • Subtraction
    • 3.59
      Subtract Two Numbers Up to 1000
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    • 3.113
      Related Subtraction Equations Up to 10
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    • 3.114
      Related Subtraction Equations with Sums Up to 1000
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    • 3.119
      Balance Subtraction Equations with Operands Up to 1000
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  • Division
    • 3.62
      Division with Divisors Up to 10
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  • Multiplication
    • 3.63
      Multiply Two Numbers
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    • 3.64
      Multiplication with a Specific Number Up to 12
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    • 3.107
      Multiplication Input/Output Tables
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  • Measurement
    • 3.65
      Which Metric Unit of Length Is Appropriate?
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    • 3.77
      Which Metric Unit Is Appropriate?
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    • 3.79
      Compare and Convert Metric Units
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  • Time
    • 3.66
      Reading Clocks
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    • 3.67
      Match Analog and Digital Clocks
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    • 3.68
      Match Clocks and Time
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    • 3.69
      Reading Clocks
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    • 3.80
      Convert Time Units
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    • 3.109
      Time Patterns
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  • Geometry
    • 3.70
      Find the Perimeter
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    • 3.71
      Perimeter: Find the Missing Side Length
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    • 3.72
      Area with Unit Squares and Units
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    • 3.73
      Area with Unit Squares
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    • 3.74
      Compare Area and Perimeter of Two Figures
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    • 3.75
      Area of Rectangles
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    • 3.76
      Area with Unit Squares
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    • 3.78
      Volume of Cubes and Rectangular Prisms
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    • 3.81
      Angles of 90, 180, 270 and 360 Degrees
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    • 3.82
      Acute, Right, Obtuse, and Straight Angles
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    • 3.84
      Which 2 Dimensional Shape Is Described?
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    • 3.86
      Compare Sides and Corners
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    • 3.87
      Count Edges
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    • 3.89
      Count Faces
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    • 3.90
      Count Edges, Vertices and Faces
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    • 3.91
      Which Shape Is Described?
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    • 3.94
      Classify Quadrilateral Shapes
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    • 3.95
      Relate Planar and Solid Figures
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    • 3.96
      Identify Reflections, Rotations and Translations
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    • 3.98
      Comparing Objects - Same / Different
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    • 3.103
      Symmetry
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  • Graphing
    • 3.99
      Coordinate Graphs with Decimals and Negative Numbers
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    • 3.100
      Coordinate Graphs Review
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    • 3.101
      Coordinate Graphs Review with Whole Numbers
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    • 3.102
      Coordinate Graphs as Maps
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    • 3.120
      Create Bar Graphs Using Tables
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    • 3.121
      Create Bar Graphs
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    • 3.122
      Create Line Plots
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    • 3.123
      Create Line Plots II
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    • 3.124
      Create Pictographs
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    • 3.125
      Create Line Graphs
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    • 3.126
      Interpret Bar Graphs
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    • 3.127
      Interpret Line Plots
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    • 3.131
      Convert Graphs to Input/Output Tables
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  • Stats
    • 3.136
      Calculate Mode
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    • 3.137
      Calculate Mean, Median, Mode and Range
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    • 3.138
      Calculate Mean
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    • 3.139
      Making Predictions
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