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Grade 3, Unit 1, Lesson 1
Find the pattern in these numbers: 0, 9, 18, 27, 36, 45.
Grade 3, Unit 1, Lesson 2
Dulal, Lien and Kate have either the bird, the cat, or the fish. Dulal does not have the bird. Lien does not have the cat. Kate does not have the fish or the cat. Which pet does each person have?
Grade 3, Unit 1, Lesson 3
Can you name two whole onedigit numbers that have a sum of 16 and a difference of 1? Why or why not?
Grade 3, Unit 1, Lesson 4
Mark cut a ribbon in half. He kept one half and gave of the other half to each of 2 people. Juan got 4 inches. How much ribbon did Mark have to begin with? Explain how you found your answer.
Grade 3, Unit 1, Lesson 5
Tyler, Kyra, and Emily finished the race in first, second, and third places. Tyler finished 1 second behind Emily. How many different ways could they have finished the race?
Grade 3, Unit 1, Lesson 6
Felipe created a threedigit number. The hundreds digit is 3 greater than the ones digit. The product of the tens and the ones digits is 6. The sum of the hundreds and the ones digits is 9. What is the 3digit number?
Grade 3, Unit 1, Lesson 7
How many possible products can you get using any combination of two of these factors? 2, 5, 10
Grade 3, Unit 1, Lesson 8
Tom finished the race 4 seconds behind Jane. Lou finished 7 seconds ahead of Tom. Write the order in which they finished the race.
Grade 3, Unit 1, Lesson 9
Jan has 5 times the number of dimes as she has nickels. She has half the number of nickels as she has pennies. Jan has 20 pennies. How many nickels does Jan have? How many dimes does Jan have?
Grade 3, Unit 1, Lesson 10
Write the number 18 on the board. Have students write multiplication expressions that equal this product.
Grade 3, Unit 1, Lesson 11
At the park, there are birds and dogs. Altogether there are 6 animals and 16 legs. How many birds and dogs are at the park? Show your work.
Grade 3, Unit 1, Lesson 12
Jake ran around a two mile track 3 times. Luke ran around the two mile track 5 times. The boys said together they ran 16 miles. Are the boys right? Explain how you know.
Grade 3, Unit 1, Lesson 13
Carls teacher asked him to arrange 12 chairs in rows. She gave him these directions: place an equal number of chairs in each row and place more than 2 chairs in each row. What are some ways that Carl could arrange the chairs?
Grade 3, Unit 1, Lesson 14
Bella, Tom, Juan, and Katie are different heights. Their heights are 6 feet, 5 feet, 4 feet, and 3 feet. Bella is not 6 feet or 5 feet tall. Tom is not 6 feet or 4 feet tall. Katie is 3 feet tall. How tall is Juan?
Grade 3, Unit 1, Lesson 15
Brians basketball team will use twodigit numbers on their uniforms. Each player can choose a 1 or a 2 for the first digit. The second digit must be a 0, 1, 2, or 3. What are the possible uniform numbers?
Grade 3, Unit 1, Lesson 16
Taylor is thinking of a number that is greater than 20 but less than 30. The product of the digits is 10. What is the number?
Grade 3, Unit 1, Lesson 17
The bookstore is advertising a special buy 2 books and get 1 free sale. The regular price for one book is $9. How much would it cost to buy 6 books while they are on sale?
Grade 3, Unit 1, Lesson 18
Brad has 7 coins worth 32. What are the coins? Explain.
Grade 3, Unit 1, Lesson 19
The first two digits of a three digit number is the product of 7 and 9. The first and last digits of the three digit number are the same. What is the three digit number?
Grade 3, Unit 2, Lesson 1
Two pens cost 30 in all. One pen costs 10 more than the other pen. How much does each pen cost? Explain how you found your answer.
Grade 3, Unit 2, Lesson 2
Will made a sign by cutting a board into 2 equal sections. Then he cut 3 inches off the piece he wanted to use. This gave him a sign that was 11 inches long. How long was Wills original board?
Grade 3, Unit 2, Lesson 3
Raphael has homework in Math, English, and Social Studies. How many different ways can he complete his assignments?
Grade 3, Unit 2, Lesson 4
An extra large popcorn costs 89, and a large popcorn costs 81, and medium popcorn costs 73. If the pattern continues, how much will the small popcorn cost? Explain.
Grade 3, Unit 2, Lesson 5
Alex, Josh, and Julie have either a bike, skateboard, or rollerblades. Josh does not have the skateboard. Alex does not have the rollerblades or the skateboard. Which does each person have?
Grade 3, Unit 2, Lesson 6
Tom has 5 coins worth 66. What are the coins? Explain.
Grade 3, Unit 2, Lesson 7
A function machine divides each input by 8. What is the output when the input is 16? 80? 8? 64?
Grade 3, Unit 2, Lesson 8
When Josh, his cat, and his dog all stand on the scale together, the scale reads 107 pounds. When Josh and his cat stand on the scale, it reads 82 pounds. When Josh and his dog stand on the scale, it reads 95 pounds. How much does Josh weigh?
Grade 3, Unit 2, Lesson 9
There are 2 books on the first shelf, 4 books on the second shelf, 6 books on the third shelf, and 8 books on the fourth shelf. How many books are on the seventh shelf? Give the rule for the pattern and find the number of books on the 7th shelf.
Grade 3, Unit 2, Lesson 10
Mr. Rajs garage contains 3 bicycles and a tricycle. How many wheels are there altogether?
Grade 3, Unit 2, Lesson 11
Jordan plans to eat a banana for three days in a row, then an apple for two days, and then an orange for two days. If he eats the first banana on Tuesday, which day of the week will he eat the first orange?
Grade 3, Unit 2, Lesson 12
Use the clues to find the three digit mystery number.
The digit in the ones place is the largest one digit square number.
The digit in the tens place is the product of 5 and 0.
The digit in the hundreds place is the smallest odd whole number.
What is the number?
Grade 3, Unit 2, Lesson 13
The sum of two numbers is 12 and their difference is 2. What is the product of the two numbers?
Grade 3, Unit 2, Lesson 14
Keisha bought a package of pencils. She can place the pencils into equal groups of 2, 3, or 4. How many pencils could be in the package? Explain.
Grade 3, Unit 2, Lesson 15
Ashley had a long piece of ribbon. She cut an 8inch length from one end of the ribbon. Then she cut the rest of the ribbon into four equal lengths of 10 inches each. How long was the original piece of ribbon?
Grade 3, Unit 3, Lesson 1
Tell whether each statement is true or false. If it is false, give an example that shows why it is false.
If you multiply two even numbers, the product will be even.
If you multiply an odd and an even number, the product will be odd.
If you multiply two odd numbers, the product will be odd.
Grade 3, Unit 3, Lesson 2
Rhonda cut one string into two equal pieces. Next she cut 11 inches off one piece. That gave her a piece of string that was 29 inches long. How long was the whole piece of string? Use paper strips to act out the problem.
Grade 3, Unit 3, Lesson 3
The store uses soup cans to make displays. The first display uses 45 cans. The second uses 51 cans. The third uses 57 cans. If the pattern continues, how many cans are in the fourth display?
Grade 3, Unit 3, Lesson 4
Pablo cut string into 4 equal pieces. Then, he cut each piece in half. Now, each piece has a 2inch length. What was the length of the whole string?
Grade 3, Unit 3, Lesson 5
Nate, Pamela, Tom, and Robin are friends. Tom is taller than Robin. Nate is shorter than Tom but taller than Robin. Pamela is taller than Tom. List the friends in order from shortest to tallest.
Grade 3, Unit 3, Lesson 6
The tens digit of a twodigit number is two more than the ones digit. If you reverse the digits, you get a number that is a multiple of both 4 and 6. What is the original number?
Grade 3, Unit 3, Lesson 7
In Mr. Porters class, there are 15 students on the basketball team or the football team (or both). If 6 students are on the basketball team and 12 students are on the football team, how many students are on both the basketball and football team?
Grade 3, Unit 3, Lesson 8
Dis sister is 3 years older than Di. The sum of their ages is 19 years? How old is Di? How old is her sister? Explain how you found your answer.
Grade 3, Unit 3, Lesson 9
Madison wears a uniform to work. Her uniform has two different colored shirts, red and blue. The uniform has two pairs of pants in different colors, tan and black. She can mix the shirts and pants to make different outfits. How many different outfits can Madison make?
Grade 3, Unit 3, Lesson 10
A flight monitor in an airport shows that a plane departed at 1:34 p.m. and arrived at its destination at 4:14 p.m. How long was the flight?
Grade 3, Unit 3, Lesson 11
Sarah spent $5 from her savings to buy a book. Then, she spent half of her remaining savings when she paid $9 for a shirt. How much money did Sarah have in savings before she bought the book and the shirt?
Grade 3, Unit 3, Lesson 12
Zach bought a carton of 8 bottles of water. Each bottle holds 2 liters. How many liters of water did Zach buy altogether?
Grade 3, Unit 3, Lesson 13
Harper, Luke, and Jolie either drive a car, truck, or van. Luke does not drive the truck. Jolie does not drive the car or truck. Which does each person drive?
Grade 3, Unit 3, Lesson 14
Becky is placing pennies in rolls of 50. If a penny weighs about 3 grams, about how much will a roll of 50 pennies weigh?
Grade 3, Unit 3, Lesson 15
Gray finished her band practice at 4:40 p.m. She practiced for 1 hour and 10 minutes. What time did band practice start?
Grade 3, Unit 4, Lesson 1
Aretha is taller than Sean. Sean is shorter than Hamid. Aretha is the tallest student. Order the students from shortest to tallest.
Grade 3, Unit 4, Lesson 2
Field hockey practice started at 10:30 A.M. and ended at 1:00 P.M. How long was field hockey practice?
Grade 3, Unit 4, Lesson 3
Cole created a threedigit number. The hundreds digit is 5 greater than the ones digit. The product of the tens and ones digits is 8. The sum of the hundreds and the one digits is 9. What is the threedigit number?
Grade 3, Unit 4, Lesson 4
A function machine adds 3 to each input. What is the output when the input is 3? 8? 12? 25?
Grade 3, Unit 4, Lesson 5
A palindrome is a number that is the same whether it is read from the left to right or from right to left, such as 121. Use the digits 5 and 6 to make all possible threedigit palindromes. Digits can be repeated within a number. Explain how you found your answer.
Grade 3, Unit 4, Lesson 6
Luis, Evan, Zoey, and Layla lined up to get their picture taken. Zoey did not have her picture taken first or second. Luis was last to have his picture taken. Layla had her picture taken before Evan. In what order did they line up?
Grade 3, Unit 4, Lesson 7
Three people ran in a race. Jo finished the race after Paul. Paul finished the race before Hanh. Hanh was not last. Who finished the race first? Who finished the race last?
Grade 3, Unit 4, Lesson 8
A childrens museum had two crafts days. They had enough supplies for 125 projects. On the first day, 65 children made a project. On the second day, 51 children made a project. The museum had supplies for how many projects left?
Grade 3, Unit 4, Lesson 9
Akio has 4 dollars, 8 quarters, and 20 nickels. How much money does he have? He spends $5. How much money does he have left?
Grade 3, Unit 4, Lesson 10
Write the number 134 on the board. Have students write this number in as many different ways as possible, such as an addition or subtraction expression.
Grade 3, Unit 4, Lesson 11
Hirva, Sammy, and Garrett have have a red, a blue and a yellow balloon. Garret is not holding the yellow balloon. Hirva is not holding the blue or a yellow balloon. Which color balloon is each person holding?
Grade 3, Unit 4, Lesson 12
JiSun bought eight items. She paid with a $5 bill and got $1 in change. If the store sells pens for 50 each, pencils for 25 each, and a set of markers for $1 each, which 8 items did she buy?
Grade 3, Unit 4, Lesson 13
Riley cut a piece of ribbon into 5 equal pieces. Then she cut each piece in half. Now each piece has a 6inch length. What was the length of the whole piece of ribbon?
Grade 3, Unit 4, Lesson 14
Mia buys barrettes that cost a total of 67 cents. She gives the clerk three quarters. How much change should Mia receive?
Grade 3, Unit 4, Lesson 15
Three students can sit on each of the two long sides of the rectangular picnic table. One student can sit at each end of the table. How many students could be seated if three tables were connected end to end? Make a drawing to help you solve the problem.
Grade 3, Unit 4, Lesson 16
Xavier weighed a bag of apples. Then he added 2 more pounds of apples to the bag. After taking 4 pounds of apples out, the bag weighed 5 pounds. How much did the bag of apples weigh in the beginning?
Grade 3, Unit 4, Lesson 17
How many different ways can Avery, Isabella, Tanisha, and Sophia stand in line if Avery is always first?
Grade 3, Unit 4, Lesson 18
Teresa scored 26 points in 10 volleyball games. In each game, she scored either 2 or 3 points. In how many games did she score 3 points? Explain how you found your answer.
Grade 3, Unit 5, Lesson 1
A palindrome is a number that is the same whether read from left to right or from right to left, such as 121. Use the digits 5 and 6 to make all possible threedigit palindromes. Digits can be repeated within a number. Explain how you found your answer.
Grade 3, Unit 5, Lesson 2
Luis, Evan, Zoey, and Layla lined up to get their picture taken. Zoey did not have her picture taken first or second. Luis was last to have his picture taken. Layla had her picture taken before Evan. In what order did they line up?
Grade 3, Unit 5, Lesson 3
A function machine subtracts 5 from each input. What is the output when the input is 8? 12? 20? 115?
Grade 3, Unit 5, Lesson 4
Have students write the number for eight hundred forty and find the number that is 100 more.
Grade 3, Unit 5, Lesson 5
On Saturday, Payats family arrived at a street fair at 1:15 in the afternoon. They left the fair at 5:35 the same afternoon. How much time did they spend at the fair?
Grade 3, Unit 5, Lesson 6
Seth had some marbles that he shared equally with Josh. The Josh gave half his marbles to his sister Elaine. If Elaine received 4 marbles, how many marbles did Seth start with?
Grade 3, Unit 5, Lesson 7
Mr. Kaku has a CD storage unit that holds 63 CDs. Each shelf of his CD storage unit holds 9 CDs. All but 3 of the shelves are full. How many shelves are full?
Grade 3, Unit 5, Lesson 8
A 36inch board is cut into two pieces. One piece is 4 inches longer than the other. How lond is the shorter piece? How long is the longer piece?
Grade 3, Unit 5, Lesson 9
Carlie collected 17 box tops for a class project. That was 9 more box tops than Brooke collected. How many box tops did Brooke and Carlie collect altogether?
Grade 3, Unit 5, Lesson 10
A small drink is 72, a medium drink is 77, and a large drink is 82. If the pattern continues, how much is an extra large drink likely to cost? Explain.
Grade 3, Unit 5, Lesson 11
Mr. Jackson watched his daughter play in a soccer tournament. He arrived at 9:30 in the morning. He and his daughter went home at noon. How long was Mr. Jackson at the soccer tournament?
Grade 3, Unit 6, Lesson 1
Logan has a collection of trading cards. His friend gave him 6 more cards. Logan sold 12 cards at a trade fair. Then he bought 20 cards. Logan now has 50 cards. How many cards did he have to start with?
Grade 3, Unit 6, Lesson 2
There were 687 people at a school play. Round the number of people to the nearest ten and to the nearest hundred.
Grade 3, Unit 6, Lesson 3
Jack created an art piece using marbles. The first row of the art piece has 1 marble. The second row has 3 marbles. The third row has 6 marbles. The fourth row has 10 marbles. If the pattern continues, how many marbles will be in the eighth row? Explain.
Grade 3, Unit 6, Lesson 4
Kylie is 6 years younger than her brother. The sum of their ages is 22. How old is Kylie? How old is her brother?
Grade 3, Unit 6, Lesson 5
Liam, Shay, Mason, and Noah have different numbers on their jerseys. The numbers are 23, 24, 25, and 26. Liams number is an even number. Shays number is a multiple of 5. Noahs number is not an even number. Masons number is a multiple of 4. What number does each boy have on his jersey?
Grade 3, Unit 6, Lesson 6
Fill in the blank with always, sometimes, or never. The opposite sides of a parallelogram are ___________________ parallel. Parallelograms ___________________ have 3 sides. A parallelogram _______________________ has right angles.
Grade 3, Unit 6, Lesson 7
Mrs. Yoshira wants to buy pens and pencils for her 24 students. Pencils are sold in packs of 8 pencils for $2. Pens are sold in packs of 6 pens for $2. How many packs of pens and pencils should she buy? How much will it cost?
Grade 3, Unit 6, Lesson 8
Alicai started the drive to her grandmothers house at 11:30 a.m. She arrived at 2:45 p.m. How long was Alicias drive?
Grade 3, Unit 6, Lesson 9
Decide if the second number is 10 more or 10 less than the first number.
1. 108 98
2. 914 924
3. 296 306
Grade 3, Unit 6, Lesson 10
Pat wants to make rectangular cards with a perimeter of 12 inches. How many different cards can Pat make that have a different length and width? Make drawings of each card and label the length and width.
Grade 3, Unit 6, Lesson 11
Ishwar plans to carpet a square section of his room. The length and width of this section are 5 feet. How much carpet does Ishwar need for this section of his room?
Grade 3, Unit 7, Lesson 1
Jay has a triangle, a square, and a circle. He wants to make a pattern using each figure. How many different patterns can he make without repeating a figure? Explain.
Grade 3, Unit 7, Lesson 2
Tamara has a rectangular garden with an area of 20 square feet that she would like to put a fence around. What is the length and width of the rectangle that would have the greatest perimeter? Explain how you found your answer.
Grade 3, Unit 7, Lesson 3
Kevin has a dog and a cat. The dog weighs 10 pounds more than the cat. Together they weigh 40 pounds. How much does the cat weigh? How much does the dog weigh?
Grade 3, Unit 7, Lesson 4
Write true or false for each sentence.
All trapezoids are quadrilaterals.
Some quadrilaterals are squares, rectangles, parallelograms, and triangles.
Grade 3, Unit 7, Lesson 5
The students voted for their favorite color. Three students voted for blue, five students voted for red, two students voted for green, and six students voted for orange. Create a line plot using the data. Then, write a conclusion about the data.
Grade 3, Unit 7, Lesson 6
The students voted for their favorite sport. 4 students voted for baseball. 5 students voted for soccer. 3 students voted for tennis. 6 students voted for football. Create a line plot using the data. Then, write a conclusion about the data.
Grade 3, Unit 7, Lesson 7
How many eighths are in three fourths? Write an equation and use a fraction model to explain why the fractions are equivalent.
Grade 3, Unit 7, Lesson 8
Kai, Todd, and Jun chose blue, red, or green as their favorite color. No one chose the same color. Jun does not like blue. Kai does not like green or blue. Which color did each choose?
Grade 3, Unit 7, Lesson 9
Eli and Oanh each ordered the same size pizza. Eli at of his pizza and Oanh ate 3/5 of his pizza. Who ate more pizza? Explain.
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