3rd Grade Math Interactive Notebook for Significant Cognitive Disabilities

3rd Grade Math Interactive Notebook for Significant Cognitive Disabilities
3rd Grade Math Interactive Notebook for Significant Cognitive Disabilities
3rd Grade Math Interactive Notebook for Significant Cognitive Disabilities
3rd Grade Math Interactive Notebook for Significant Cognitive Disabilities
3rd Grade Math Interactive Notebook for Significant Cognitive Disabilities
3rd Grade Math Interactive Notebook for Significant Cognitive Disabilities
3rd Grade Math Interactive Notebook for Significant Cognitive Disabilities
3rd Grade Math Interactive Notebook for Significant Cognitive Disabilities
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Every 3rd grade math Essential Elements Learning Target is represented with an interactive page and a data collection sheet.

“The Dynamic Learning Maps Essential Elements are specific statements of knowledge and skills linked to the grade-level expectations identified in the Common Core State Standards. The purpose of the Dynamic Learning Maps Essential Elements is to build a bridge from the content in the Common Core State Standards to academic expectations for students with the most significant cognitive disabilities.”

3rd Grade Math EE Learning Targets:

EE.3.OA.1-2. Use repeated addition to find the total number of objects and determine the sum.
EE.3.OA.4. Solve addition and subtraction problems when result is unknown, limited to operands and results within 20.
EE.3.OA.8. Solve one-step real-world problems using addition or subtraction within 20.
EE.3.OA.9. Identify arithmetic patterns.
EE.3.NBT.1. Use decade numbers (10, 20, 30) as benchmarks to demonstrate understanding of place value for numbers 0–30.
EE.3.NBT.2. Demonstrate understanding of place value to tens.
EE.3.NBT.3. Count by tens using models such as objects, base ten blocks, or money.
EE.3.NF.1–3. Differentiate a fractional part from a whole.
EE.3.MD.1. Tell time to the hour on a digital clock.
EE.3.MD.2. Identify the appropriate measurement tool to solve one-step word problems involving mass and volume.
EE.3.MD.3. Use picture or bar graph data to answer questions about data.
EE.3.MD.4. Measure length of objects using standard tools, such as rulers, yardsticks, and meter sticks.
EE.3.MD.4. Measure length of objects using standard tools, such as rulers, yardsticks, and meter sticks.
EE.3.G.2. Recognize that shapes can be partitioned into equal areas.

Dynamic Learning Maps Consortium (2013). Dynamic Learning Maps Essential Elements for Mathematics. Lawrence, KS: University of Kansas.

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