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**Five Easy Steps to a Balanced Math Program**

MA.03.01 Identifies, describes, orders, and models place value to one thousand. (GLE[3] N-2)(GLE[3] N-2)

MA.03.02 Skip counts by numbers beyond 100 forward and backward (2 thru 10). (GLE [3] N-9, E&C-5)

MA.03.03 Identifies Ordinal Numbers (numbers in sequence) & Cardinal Numbers (number names). (GLE [3] N-2)

MA.03.04 Identifies, describes with explanations, and illustrates equivalent fractions with denominators 2,3,4, or 10 and finds the fraction of a set and equal parts of a whole. (GLE [3] N-4)

MA.03.05 Demonstrates and models the commutative (8+3=3+8) and identity (1+0=1) properties of addition. (GLE [3] N-7, N-8)

MA.03.06 Tells accurate time to the five minute in A.M. or P.M. using analog and digital clocks. (GLE[4] MEA-7)

MA.03.07 Determine elapsed time using a calendar. (GLE [3] MEA-8)

MA.03.08 (A2.2.1) Estimates length (nearest 1/2 inch and cm) and weight of objects and checks for reasonability in English system. (GLE [3] MEA-1, MEA-6)

MA.03.09 Understands and applies <, > and = signs and vocabulary greater than, less than, or equal to. (GLE [3] MEA-3, F&R-5)

MA.03.10 Determines possible combinations of coins and Count back change from $1.00. (GLE [3] MEA-9)

MA.03.11 Understands basic multiplication and division facts including memorizing facts to 9x9. (GLE [3] E&C-6)

MA.03.12 Multiplies and divides 2-digit numbers by 1-digit numbers. (GLE [3] E&C-4)

MA.03.13 Estimates three digit addition (sums) and subtraction (differences), with place values, including rounding. (GLE [3] E&C-3)

MA.03.14 (A4.1.3) Uses calculator as a tool to solve simple problems. (GLE [3] F&R-3)

MA.03.15 Use an open number sentence (addition and subtraction) to solve for an unknown represented by a box or circle (e.g. 5+ = 16). (GLE [3] F&R-4)

MA.03.16 (A4.1.2) Identifies and applies addition and subtraction patterns to solve simple problems (5, 10, 15, __, __). (GLE [3] F&R-1)

MA.03.17 (A5.1.5) (A5.1.5) Describes, identifies, and draws spatial transformation (slides, flips, turns, congruency), and lines of symmetry with real world objects; understands horizontal and vertical vocabulary. (GLE [3] G-3, G-4)

MA.03.18 (A5.1.3) Draws and identifies basic geometric lines, angles, shapes (circles, rectangles, squares, triangles), and solids (cubes, cylinders, cones, & spheres). (GLE [3] G-2)

MA.03.19 (A5.1.4) Estimate and determine area and perimeter of squares and rectangles including conservation of area using drawings or manipulatives. (GLE [3] G-6)

MA.03.20 (A6.1.3) Collects, organizes and describes data using terms maximum and minimum. (GLE [3] S&P-3)

MA.03.21 Reads and describes information from a variety of visual displays (tallies, tables, line graphs, bar graphs). (GLE [3] S&P-2)

MA.03.22 Understand probability by making predictions about the likelihood of outcomes of a simple experiment (e.g. spinner, coin toss, dice roll). (GLE[3] S&P-5)

MA.03.23 (C1.2.3, D1.1.3) Communicates strategies and solutions by writing explanations (guess and check, draw a picture, make a model, extend a pattern). (GLE [3] PS-1)

MA.03.24 (E1.1.2) Applies mathematical skills and processes to other disciplines and everyday life. (GLE [3] PS-5)

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