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Grade 3 Standards
LANGUAGE ARTS
Language
Determines the meaning of vocabulary words using context clues/dictionary
Recognizes that words are made up of parts (roots, prefix, suffix) and can identify those parts
Identifies and applies the meaning of the terms antonyms, synonyms and homophones
Identifies and uses 4 main parts of speech (noun, verb, adjective, adverb)
Reading/Literature
Uses letter/sound knowledge to decode written English
·       Reads grade level text with fluency, accuracy, appropriate pacing and expression
Locates and summarizes the main idea and supporting details in various texts
Identifies speaker in a text
Identifies story elements (plot, characters, setting, theme, dialogue)
Makes judgments about elements from text and supports with evidence from text (cause/effect, fact/opinion)
Identifies characteristics of various genres (fiction, nonfiction, poetry, drama)
Composition
·       Uses main ideas and details to create paragraphs
        Uses organizational tools to formulate ideas
·       Composes pieces that clearly communicate ideas for different purposes with beginning, middle and ending
·       Edits/revises drafts of writing
Conventions
Developing cursive writing
Uses end punctuation accurately
Capitalizes accurately (beginning of sentence, proper nouns)
Identifies, uses and correctly formats complete sentences
Applies letter/sound knowledge when spelling in everyday writing
SOCIAL STUDIES
Uses titles, directions, legends and scales to locate places on various maps
Identifies and locates New England States, major cities and towns and landmarks in Massachusetts
Identifies historical sites and important events of Sutton and Massachusetts 
Explains the necessities and influences of local government     
Explains the definition and purpose of a tax
Defines the barter system
Compares and contrasts the beliefs, motivations and ways
of life of the Wampanoag, Pilgrims and Puritans 
Explains the importance of events surrounding the American Revolution
Recognizes the importance of the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution and the Bill of Rights
Reads biographies and identifies contributions of famous people in the fields of science, art, business and politics
SCIENCE  
Recognizes and understands the properties of soil        
Understands and describes phases of the water cycle
Demonstrates basic understanding of plants: structure, life cycle and photosynthesis         
Demonstrates an understanding of basic properties of magnets
Demonstrates an understanding of basic properties of sound
Identifies and understands usage of basic tools
Makes observations, records and interprets data
Understands and applies the engineering design process
MATHEMATICS
Numeration/Operations
Demonstrates knowledge of addition facts using addends 0-10
Demonstrates knowledge of related subtraction facts
Uses basic facts to solve related problems
Identifies and names place value in numbers to hundred thousands
Orders and compares whole numbers to hundred thousands
Adds multi-digit numbers to thousands using algorithms
Subtracts multi-digit numbers to thousands using algorithms
Uses estimation to add/subtract
Demonstrates knowledge of multiplication facts using factors 0-10
·       Demonstrates awareness of related division facts
·       Demonstrates understanding of fractions as part of a whole (numerator and denominator)
 Patterns, Functions, and Algebra
Counts in patterns (i.e. by 2s, 5s, 10s, 100s, 1000s)
Identifies and continues patterns in multiples of 10, 100, 1000 when given a starting point
Uses symbols +,-,<,>,= to compare mathematical relationships using whole numbers
Uses symbols x,÷,<,>,= to compare mathematical relationships using whole numbers
Geometry
Identifies and names two-dimensional shapes
Identifies and names three-dimensional shapes
Identifies symmetric figures and draws lines of symmetry of two-dimensional shapes
Identifies and draws intersecting, parallel, and perpendicular lines
Measurement
Measures to the nearest 1/2 inch and centimeter
Identifies U.S. customary and metric units of weight
Estimates and compares weight
Calculates area and perimeter of rectangles
Determines time to the nearest minute
Computes elapsed time
Identifies coin equivalencies and makes money exchanges
Uses a thermometer and the Fahrenheit temperature scale
Data Analysis, Statistics, and Probability
·       Reads tables, graphs and maps
·       Uses data in problem solving
·       Collects, summarizes and interprets data

 
PHYSICAL EDUCATION
Demonstrates competency in a variety of locomotor and non-locomotor skills as an individual or in a team setting
 Demonstrates responsible personal and social conduct used in physical activity settings.
Shows understanding of game concepts and strategies
Demonstrates coordination through physical activities
Performs exercise and physical fitness activities
Identifies behaviors that contribute to wellness
ART
Demonstrates and understands elements and principles of design including line, shape, form, texture, space, pattern and symmetry
Explores and experiments with color and is able to identify primary, secondary, tints and shades on color wheel
Creates artwork that is of presentation quality and recognizes craftsmanship
Recognizes and Identifies important artists and their style
Creates 2D and 3D artwork from observation
MUSIC
Sings in tune
Sings using appropriate techniques for sound production
Plays recorder with steady beat, correct rhythm and fingering
Plays recorder using appropriate techniques for sound production
Reads standard symbols of notation, rhythm and pitch
COMPUTERS
Uses tools appropriately and independently
Uses digital media to communicate and work collaboratively
Locates, organizes and evaluates information from a variety of digital resources and media
Practices safe and responsible use of technology
Transfers current knowledge to learning of new technology

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