# Third Grade

### Trimester 1 Reading Power Standards/I can Statements

- I can ask and answer questions referring explicitly to the text.
- I can use a variety of comprehension strategies to understand text.
- I can read and comprehend a variety of literature at grade level independently and proficiently.
- I can read and comprehend a variety of informational texts at grade level independently and proficiently.

Trimester 1 Math Power Standards/I can Statements

- I can understand multiplication as the product of whole numbers, such as 5 groups of 7 objects (5 x 7 = 35).
- I can round numbers to the nearest 10 or 100.
- I can correctly solve addition and subtraction problems within 1000.

### Trimester 2 Math & Reading Standards

#### Reading:

- I can ask and answer questions referring explicitly to the text.
- I can ask and answer questions to show I understand, by referring back to the text for answers.
- I can use a variety of comprehension strategies to understand text.

Math:

- I can understand multiplication as the product of whole numbers, such as 5 groups of 7 objects (5 x 7 = 35)
- I can understand division as sharing objects equally, such as 32 objects in 8 groups (32 8 = 4)
- I can solve multiplication and division word problems with 100 using models and drawings.

### Trimester 2 Math & Reading Standards

- RL3.10 RI 3.10- By the end of the year 100% of students can read and comprehend a variety of grade level texts independently and proficiently.
- RL 3.2 and RI3.2- By the end of the year 100% of students can use key details to retell a story. Also, they can identify main idea and tell how key details support the main idea. Also, work on summarizing using main idea and details.
- IA.1.1 By the end of the year 100% of students can make inferences from a text. (Comprehension strategy)
- NF.2- By the end of the year 100% of students can draw equal parts and label those parts on a number line for a fraction between 0 and 1.
- NF.3d – By the end of the year 100% of students can compare two fractions with the same numerator or same denominator by size and can explain using models.
- 3MD.7d- By the end of the year 100% of students can find the area of a shape that can be decomposed into rectangles by adding the area of those rectangles.