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ABCs of Third Grade

What have we learned this year?!

Adrienne Vaughan

on 31 May 2011

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3rd Grade! What will we learn? A B C D E F G H J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z adverbs adjectives algorithms arrays author's purpose apostrophes amphibians book reports birds bar graph Bow to the King cursive citizens compare & contrast c o mpass rose cause & effect characters commas collision compound words contractions division draw a conclusion dictionary skills details decade decimals endmarks equivalent fractions equilateral triangle edge explain economics frog fact fractions Fahrenheit fish friction face glossary government gravity graphs goods and services homonyms homophones habitat height hemisphere hexagon heptagon fact triangle foot frames & arrows Ce l sius elapsed time estimation ballpark estimate acute angle I CAN! inequalities invertebrates journal writing abbreviations keywords in text keep records kilo- line plot nouns multiplication Power verbs obtuse angle line segment line life cycles map mean median mode main idea measure magnetism mealworm meter mixed number number model numerator opportunity cost opinion organisms parallelogram plural prefix possessive nouns Perrysburg history pronouns problem-solving place value push or pull pie chart prediction pictograph probability partial products quality and quantity quadrangle quadrilateral polygon para l el perimeter perpendicular polyhedrons product prism pyramid quotient research ray rock reptiles range radius realistic fiction remainder right angle symmetry suffix setting sort subtract triple-digit summarize sequence soil society table of contents 2-D shapes Top Ten Tips timeline time underline the question table tally U.S. customary system verbs weight x-axis y-axis zero visualize Venn diagrams vertebrates vertex vocabulary grids whole width circumference congruent diameter degree denominator genre graphic organizers capitals historical fiction context clues monitor KWL Chart I PICK Expository nonfiction theme topic synonyms antonyms fantasy realism Four-Point Answers words that
describe nouns words that
describe verbs punctuation mark to show possession or missing letters words that
mean the opposite words that
mean the same subtract three digit numbers by trading first or borrowing creating an ordered list;
chronological a shortened form of a word or phrase angles with a measure less than 90° organization of objects in columns and rows;
used for multiplication step-by-step instructions for doing something why an author writes a selection
to inform, to entertain, to persuade, to express feelings/emotions, vertebrates that spend part of their life in water and part on land words that
sound the same but have different spellings and meanings I simple machines visual display using bars with an x-axis (horizontal) & a y-axis (vertical) to compare data a summary or review of a book with the reader's reaction to it a rough estimate- 'In the ballpark'
to help check an answer the face that a 3D figure rests on when multiplying a two-digit number by a one digit number don't forget to multiply first then add Martin Luther King, Jr. volcanoes Statue of Liberty feathered, winged,
vertebrate animal two words joined to form a new word punctuation mark used to
mark pauses in a sentence
or between lists of words shortening of a word, syllable, or word group by removing internal letters and replacing them with an apostrophe to tell how two things are alike and different using words in the text to determine the meaning of an unknown word the people or animals
in a story An effect is something that happens.
A cause is why that thing happens. a flowing style of handwriting with connected letters designed for writing quickly equal- same size and shape a temperature scale used in the metric system;
pure water freezes at 0° and boils at 100° distance around a closed curved shape -
a special perimeter inclined plane intersecting lines when reading a story problem,
circle all the numbers and
labels to help you solve circle the data two or more moving objects come together with great force a figure on a map showing cardinal and intermediate directions- North, East, South & West uppercase letters used at the beginning of a sentence and for proper nouns a person with membership to a particular county, city or country the part of a fraction that is below the line and that functions as the divisor of the numerator when reading, use the new information, consider what you read and what you already know to make a decision or a judgment using alphabetical order, guide words, and pictures in a dictionary to find a definition of a word and parts of speech pieces of information found within the selection that supports the main idea a unit of measuring angles based on dividing a circle into 360 equal parts;
a unit for measuring temperature in Celsius or Fahrenheit separating a number or group into equal shares or equal groups 10 years a number including a decimal point to show numbers smaller than a whole number using base-ten notation a line segment that passes through the center of a circle or sphere showing the distance across the circle (twice as long as the radius) the difference between two times
-how much time has gone by gives information about the real world.
Read expository nonfiction for facts. punctuation marks at the end of a sentence. equal fractions- fractions with different denomiators that name the same number. a triangle with all three sides equal in lengh. Each angle measures 60°. an approximate answer for a number model or story problem science of production, distribution and consumption of goods and services to make an idea clear by describing it in detail a line segment where two surfaces of a geometric solid meet base A fable is a story with mythical characters or elements that usually teaches a lesson or moral.
A fairy tale is a short narrative with make-believe characters and usually magic. fable
fairy tales means something 'dug up' like the remains or traces of living things- animals and plants a scaled vertebrate with gills that lives in the water an amphibian without a tail, protruding eyes and webbed feet each of the two numbers multiplied together to find a product a triangle used to represent a fact family. The dot at the top represents the sum or product of the two numbers in each corner. factor fossils any influence exerted to change something's speed or direction. Force is needed for energy. force diagrams with frames and arrows used to represent sequences, each with an arrow representing the rule and each frame with a number. a written answer that includes capitals and endmarks, a complete sentence, with details that support the answer and correct spelling. Neatness counts too! truth;
something that really exists-
opposite of an opinion a fiction genre that usually uses magic or other make-believe characters or plot elements names a part of a number or collection of objects
-also used to compare two numbers and used in division a scaled used to measure temperature in the U.S. where 32° is the freezing point and 212° is boiling a unit of length used in the U.S. customary system equivalent to 12 inches and
one-third of a yard a flat surface on a 3-dimensional figure a force that occurs when two objects rub together
More friction slows motion. a force that pulls objects toward the center of the earth uses lines arranged in rows and columns usually labeled with letters and numbers to help you locate places on a map a way of organizing your thoughts and ideas using pictures, charts, maps, and shapes a good is usually something you can touch
(like a product to be sold)
and a service is something you can do for others an alphabetical list of terms and definitions usually included in the back of textbooks the system by which a community, state or country is governed, including laws and regulations a category of literature including nonfiction and fiction texts, such as realistic fiction, fales, folktales, historical fiction, narrative nonfiction and much more a way to represent data and information visually the length of a line segment on a geometric figure from one side to a parallel (opposite side)- how tall it is an environmental area where an animal lives that meets its needs a 6-sided polyon (2D shape) half of earth's surface a 7-sided polyon (2D shape) words that
sound the same but have different meanings and sometimes are spelled differently a fictional story based on a real historical event or people a statement to express belief that you can accomplish and learn something using written words to express ideas within a bound notebook by responding to prompts or creating your own stories and essays to express feelings, emotions and ideas a three part chart used to record what you already KNOW, what you WANT to know, and what you LEARNED about a topic lines or line segments that share a common point, in which they have crossed or are about to cross a number symbol used to show that a relationship is not equal, including greater than, less than, and not equal animals without a backbone the simplest of the simple machines-
includes a surface raised at an angle and does not move-
also known as a ramp a method for choosing 'good fit' books keywords use important desciption words and details within text to give you more information about a question or task the prefix meaning 1-thousand recording information and data on a topic or story to use later for compare and contrast and detailed descriptions , Line graphs can be used to show how something changes over time. They have an x-axis (horizontal) and a y-axis (vertical). Usually, the x-axis has numbers for the time period, and the y-axis has numbers for what is being measured. line graph a sketch of data in which Xs, or other symbols above a label line show the frequency of each value a straight path that goes on forever in both directions- symbol contains two arrowheads the series of changes in the life of an organism from birth/first stage to adulthood is 2 endpoints and the straight path between them a straight path that has a starting point and goes on forever in one direction- symbol has one arrowhead and one endpoint to stand for a ray the average value for a set of numbers the value or values that occur most often in a set of data- the most popular the middle value in a set of data when the data are listed in order from smallest to largest or largest to smallest checking to see that you understand what you read. Readers monitor when they read slowly, notice details, key words and other clue words the author uses. mammals he basic metric unit of length - one meter is equal to 10 decimeters, 100 centimeters or 1,000 millimeters vertebrate air-breathing animals have hair, are born and have the ability to produce milk the force which causes objects to be attracted to each other or repelled
-usually these objects are made of iron a visual representation of an area with relation to objects
and regions, usually including a
map key the larval stage of a beetle which go through four stages in their life cycle the most important idea in a selection or a paragraph an activist and prominent leader in African American civil rights through nonviolent boycotts, and teachings including his famous "I Have a Dream' speech counting of equal groups at a given rate- a total sum of multiples of a number counting and tracking length, width, height, weight, and many other mathematical representations using a standard unit a number that is written using both a whole number and a fraction a word used to name a person, place, animal, thing or idea. the dividend, top number of a fraction, representing the number of equal parts shown as part of a whole or set of objects a number sentence representing numbers and their relationship from a number story a belief or interpretation, how someone feels about something
-opposite of a fact an angle with a measure between
90° and 180° the process of choosing one good or service over another- the one not chosen or given up is the opportunity cost a living thing, such as a plant or animal the product of a number and 0 is always zero- nothing (same as the origin) a U.S. customary unit of length used to represent 3 feet or 36 inches the vertical axis on a grid or graph yard the horizontal axis on a grid or graph the length from one side to another- usually the shorter side a measure of how heavy something is complete number or set, for example 6/6 = a whole when you read a story problem, underline the question to focus on what is being asked of you a measurement system that is used most commonly in the United States unit a label used for keeping track of measurement such as centimeters or inches a place on the Earth's surface (or any other planet's or moon's surface) where molten rock, gases and pyroclastic debris erupt through the earth's crust plural: vertices
a point where the sides of an angle, the sides
of a polygon, or the edges of a
polyhedron meet;
any corner of
a solid a word that shows action or a state of being important words in a text, new words you are learning, or important words to know to aid in understanding a reading selection animals with a backbone a graphic organizer usually including two overlapping circls used to record information for compare and contrast- ideas that are similar in the overlapping section and different in the separate circles a reading strategy in which the reader pictures in his/her mind the characters, events, and important ideas from a reading selection a measuring system used to sequence events
-24 hours in a day in the beginning of a book a list of the parts of a book or document organized in the order in which the parts appear a graphic designed showing a long bar labeled with dates in chronological order a visual representation of arranging information in rows and columns to keep a record of a count by making a mark for each item 10 strategies used for taking tests to help third graders succeed the main idea, moral or message of a story or selection the subject you read about or what is being talked about closed figures having length and width but not thickness
Ex: triangles, circles, rectangles applying knowledge in a particular area;
accomplishing a task using new methods or tools technology a national landmark in the New York harbor- the sculpture of Lady Liberty was designed by Frédéric Bartholdi and was a gift from France to arrange and organize information-
to put in order by classification tools with few or no moving parts that make life easier a group of people identified as having something in common or belonging to a certain group a balanced reflection or rotation of a figure that matches its image exactly along a line of symmetry making a short statement/summary on the most important ideas or story elements from a selection where and when the story takes place letters added at the end of the word to change the tense or meaning of the word layers of minerals and broken down rock that cover the earth the search for knowledge information, and facts usually using an open mind and a scientific investigation on a topic or question an amount left over when one number is divided by another
-For Example: 16 / 3 = 5 R1 a made-up story that uses people and events that could exist in real life a line segment from the center of a circle to any point on the circle
-one-half the length of the diameter an earth material made up of more than one ingredient a 90° angle
-the sides of a right angle form a square corner the difference between the largest (maximum) and the smallest (minimum) numbers in a set of data
Max. - Min. = Range a polygon that has four angles
-same as quadrilateral a polygon that has four sides
-same as quadrangle the result of dividing one number by another number
- the answer to a division problem
Ex: 10 / 5 = 2; 2 is the quotient goods and services are often evaluated on their quantity and quality-

quantity is the amount of something- how much of it you can get

quality refers to the characteristics of something-
the degree of excellence showing something with real characteristics
- a true representation and no exaggeration scale-covered, cold-blooded, usually egg-laying vertebrates, such as a snake, lizard, crocodile, turtle, or dinosaur, and breathing by means of lungs. made up of more than one
-indicated by adding
s, es, ves, or ies a polyhedron in which one face, the base, may have any polygon shape and all other faces have triangle shapes that come together at a vertex a number from 1 through 1 that tells the chance than an event will happen
-such as likely, possible, sure to happen, unlikely two lines or two planes that intersect at right angles a graph constructed with pictures or symbols a closed figure on a flat surface that is made up of line segments joined end to end. The line segments make one closed path and may not cross. the distance around a polygon or other shape
-distance around circle is called circumference to use the data, and look closely at the question, and decide on a strategy needed to show your work and solve a problem
-find the answer a solid whose surfaces (called faces) are all flat and formed by polygons. A polyhedron does not have any curved surfaces
-3D figures a polyhedron that has two parallel bases that are formed by polygons with the same size and shape. The other faces connect the bases and are all shaped like parallelograms. These other faces are often rectangles. always the same distance apart, and never meeting or crossing each other, no matter how far extended a 4-sided polygon whose opposite sides are parallel and are the same length. Opposite angles in a parallelogram have the same measure. a chart or graph in which a circle and its interior are divided into sections representing parts of a set of data. The whole circle is the whole set of data. a system that gives a digit a value according to its position or place in a number two types of force that can cause movement
-push: a force that moves objects away
-pull: a force that moves objects toward a person, place, thing, or idea that shows ownership over something
-usually indicated with an apostrophe s action verbs that may help students understand tasks required of them on tests including analyze, compare & contrast, describe, evaluate, explain, formulate, infer, predict, summarize, support, synthesize, and trace words that substitute for nouns or noun phrases and represent persons or things such as she, he, whom letters attached to the beginning of words to change words and word meanings such as re, pre, un, using what you know to make a statement about what will happen in the future
-"Be slick & predict!" exploring the past and studying how Perrysburg was founded, developed, governed and famous events, wars, and people in our city's record of events one method for solving multiplication problems with two or three-digit numbers by multiplying each place value individually then finding the sum total to arrive at the final product the answer to a multiplication problem
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