## Level 3 Math Goals

## I can use number talks and word problems to:

- Solve problems using multiplication and division within 100
- Solve for unknown numbers in all positions of multiplication and division equations
- Apply the commutative, associative, and distributive properties of multiplication
- Apply the relationship between multiplication and division
- Solve two-step problems using all four operations
- Solve word problems involving time, volume and mass
- Solve word problems involving area and perimeter

## I can use memorization games and finger charts to:

- Fluently multiply and divide within 100
- Know from memory all products of two one-digit numerals
- Identify and explain patterns in arithmetic

## I can use golden bead material to:

- Divide as equal shares

## I can use the squaring and cubing chains to:

- Identify and explain patterns in arithmetic
- Round numbers to the nearest ten or hundred

## I can use stamp game to:

- Show division as equal shares
- Show group division

## I can use the bead frame to:

- Round numbers to the nearest ten or hundred
- Fluently add and subtract within 1000
- Multiply whole numbers by multiples of ten

## I can use the checkerboard to:

- Multiply whole numbers by multiples of ten
- Relate area to multiplication

## I can use number lines to:

- Locate fractions and their equivalent fractions

## I can use the mulitplication bead board to:

- Understand multiplication by thinking about groups of objects

## I can use the unit division board to:

- Understand the relationship between multiplication and division
- Understand division by thinking about how one group can be divided into smaller groups

## I can use bead bars to:

- Understand multiplication by thinking about groups of objects
- Demonstrate the commutative, associative, and distributive properties of multiplication
- Relate area to multiplication and addition

## I can use the peg board to:

- Identify patterns in arithmetic
- Relate area to multiplication and addition

## I can use a moveable clock to:

- Tell and write time to the nearest minute

## I can use graphing material to:

- Create and interpret scaled picture graphs and bar graphs
- Create line plots using length data to the nearest ¼ inch

## I can use the geometric cabinet to:

- Classify and sort types of quadrilaterals

## I can use the geometry stick box to:

- Solve problems involving perimeter of polygons

## I can use the yellow area material to:

- Measure area by counting unit squares
- Relate area to multiplication and addition

## I can use the fraction circles and metal squares to:

- Understand numerators and denominators
- Explore and explain equivalent fractions
- Compare fractions
- Partition shapes into equal parts. Label each as a unit fraction

## I can use measurement tools to:

- Estimate and measure volume and mass using standard units
- Generate length data to the nearest ¼ inch