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# Ohio's Academic Content Standards in Mathematics

 Results 1 - 10 of 13: Return to Grade 3 Indicators Ohio Standard: Number, Number Sense and Operations StandardGrade Level Indicator: (Grade: 3) 14. Multiply and divide 2- and 3-digit numbers by a single-digit number, without remainders for division.
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Factor Game
ORC# 397
Resource Information
Resource Type: Lessons
Discipline: Mathematics
Grades: Grades 3–6
Professional Commentary: The Factor Game engages students in a friendly contest in which winning strategies involve distinguishing between numbers with many factors and numbers with few factors. Students are guided through an analysis of game strategies and introduced to the definitions of prime and composite numbers....
2
Understanding Factoring through Geometry
ORC# 1480
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Resource Type: Lessons
Discipline: Mathematics
Grades: Grades 3–4
Professional Commentary: Using square unit tiles, students work with a partner to construct all rectangles whose area is equal to a given number. After several examples, students see that prime numbers are associated with exactly two rectangles, whereas composite numbers are associated with more than two rectangles....
3
Multiplication: It's in the Cards 2: Looking for Calculator Patterns
ORC# 10564
Resource Information
Resource Type: Lessons
Discipline: Mathematics
Grades: Grades 3–5
Professional Commentary: This lesson is the?second in a 4-lesson unit focusing on beginning multiplication. In this lesson, students learn to make their calculator or a web-based calculator skip count, and?they use the results to begin filling in the basic multiplication chart.?From the chart they notice that multiplication is commutative.?The calculator applet, a?worksheet?of the blank multiplication chart, questions for...
4
Multiplication: It's in the Cards 1: Looking for Patterns
ORC# 10563
Resource Information
Resource Type: Lessons
Discipline: Mathematics
Grades: Grades 3–5
Professional Commentary: This lesson is the first in a 4-lesson unit focusing on beginning multiplication. In this first lesson, students skip count and color multiples on a 0-99 board....
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NAEP Assessment Item, Grade 4: Solve a multi-step division problem
ORC# 5652
Resource Information
Resource Type: Assessments
Discipline: Mathematics
Grades: Grades 3–4
Professional Commentary: Students must solve a multi-step division problem. This multiple-choice question is a sample test item used in grade 4 in the?2005 National Assessment of Educational Progress (see About NAEP)....
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NAEP Assessment Item, Grade 4: Give a pair of factors of 126
ORC# 2889
Resource Information
Resource Type: Assessments
Discipline: Mathematics
Grades: Grades 3–5
Professional Commentary: Students must find two numbers, each greater than 2, whose product is 126. They have the option of using a calculator....
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NAEP Assessment Item, Grade 4: Solve a multi-step money problem
ORC# 2886
Resource Information
Resource Type: Assessments
Discipline: Mathematics
Grades: Grades 3–5
Professional Commentary: Students must solve a multi-step word problem involving whole numbers in the context of money. They have the option of using a calculator....
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NAEP Assessment Item, Grade 4: Solve a multi-step word problem
ORC# 2706
Resource Information
Resource Type: Assessments
Discipline: Mathematics
Grades: Grades 3–5
Professional Commentary: Students must identify the correct answer to a multi-step word problem. This multiple-choice question is a sample test item used in grades 4 and 8 in the 2003 National Assessment of Educational Progress (see About NAEP)....
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NAEP Assessment Item, Grade 4: Given a context, identify a multiple of 6
ORC# 2705
Resource Information
Resource Type: Assessments
Discipline: Mathematics
Grades: Grades 3–5
Professional Commentary: Students identify which of four 2-digit numbers is a multiple of 6, in the context of a word problem. This multiple-choice question is a sample test item used in grades 4 and 8 in the 2003 National Assessment of Educational Progress (see About NAEP)....
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NAEP Assessment Item, Grade 4: Find the Result When You Add Two Numbers and Then Divide by 3
ORC# 1767
Resource Information
Resource Type: Assessments
Discipline: Mathematics
Grades: Grades 4–5
Professional Commentary: Students must identify the result when the sum of 39 and 66 is divided by 3. They have the option of using a calculator....
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