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1 Grade 3 Math Expressions Vocabulary Words Unit 1, Book 1 Place Value and Multi-Digit Addition and Subtraction OSPI words not used in this unit: add, addition, number, more than, subtract, subtraction, ones, tens, hundreds, thousands, whole number, value, correct Link to Math Expression Online Glossary for some definitions: _/eglossary/eg_popup.html?grade=3 Lesson 1 / counting on strategy, make a ten strategy, place value drawing, ten-stick, hundred-box, thousand-bar Lesson 2 / digit, expanded form, standard form, pennies place, dimes place, dollars place, Secret Code Cards Lesson 3 / place value drawing Lesson 4 / counting on strategy, make a ten strategy, place value Lesson 5 / proof drawing, show all totals method, new groups below method, new groups above method Lesson 6 / counting on strategy, make a ten strategy, expression, proof drawing Lesson 7 / proof drawing, show all totals method, new groups below method, new groups above method Lesson 8 / grouping, make a thousand strategy Lesson 9 / grouping Lesson 10 / ungroup Lesson 11 / ungrouping Lesson 12 / ungroup

2 Lesson 13 / grouping, ungrouping, math mountain, partner, total Lesson 14 / ungroup Lesson 15 / total, math mountain, partner Lesson 16 / no vocabulary Unit 2 Lines, Line Segments, and Quadrilaterals OSPI words not used in this unit: attribute/property, model Lesson 1 / centimeter, line segment, horizontal, vertical, perimeter, triangle, quadrilateral Lesson 2 / line, line segment, endpoint, parallel, perpendicular, opposite, adjacent Lesson 3 / parallelogram, rectangle, square, rhombus, parallel, adjacent, perpendicular Lesson 4 / parallel, parallelogram, rectangle, square Lesson 5 / quadrilateral, parallelogram, rhombus, rectangle, square Unit 3 Addition and Subtraction Word Problems OSPI words not used in this unit: fewer than, fewest, information, problem, difference, conclude, conclusion, relation, most, represent, disagree, student, support Lesson 1 / unknown partner, equation, total, sum, partner, equality, inequality, addend, change plus, change minus, put together, take apart, expression Lesson 2 / change plus, change minus, take apart, put together Lesson 3 / unknown start, situation equation, solution equation Lesson4 / situation equation, difference, solution equation,

3 comparison problem, comparison bars Lesson 5 / unknown partner problem, make a ten, make a hundred, make a thousand, comparison problem, comparison bars, unknown amount Lesson 6 / situation equation, solution equation, inequality Lesson 7 / comparison problem, comparison bars Lesson 8 / no vocabulary Lesson 9 / no vocabulary Unit 4 Figures, Angles, and Triangles OSPI words not used in this unit: intersecting lines, point, figure, Lesson 1 / parallel, perpendicular, line of symmetry, symmetric figure, congruent Lesson 2 / diagonal, right angle, right triangle, vertex, vertices Lesson 3 / angle, right angle, acute angle, obtuse angle, hexagon, right triangle, acute triangle, obtuse triangle, octagon, polygon, equilateral triangle, isosceles triangle, scalene triangle, pentagon Lesson 4 / degree, straight angle, ray Unit 5 Use Addition and Subtraction OSPI words not used in this unit: add, addition, coin, round to the nearest, Lesson 1 / estimate, round Lesson 2 / round Lesson 3 / compare, equal to(=), greater than(>), less than(<) Lesson 4 / penny, nickel, dime, quarter, coin equivalents Lesson 5 / dollar, exact

4 Lesson 6 / change Lesson 7 / round, estimate, rounding rules Lesson 8 / table, row, column, cell, function table Lesson 9 / table, row, column, cell Lesson 10 / column, row, cell, table, survey, tally, data Lesson 11 / no vocabulary Lesson 12 / no vocabulary Lesson 13 / net gain Lesson 14 / Associative Property of Addition, Commutative Property of Addition, Identity Property of Addition Lesson 15 / vertical axis, horizontal axis, vertical bar graph, horizontal bar graph, maximum value, minimum value, pictograph, axes, mode, range, scale Lesson 16 / bar graph, axes, horizontal axis, vertical axis, scale Lesson 17 / frequency table, line plot, tally chart, mode, range Lesson 18 / no vocabulary Unit 6 - Patterns OSPI words not used in this unit: pattern, number pattern, Lesson 1 / flip, slide, turn Lesson 2 / repeating pattern Lesson 3 / growing pattern, shrinking pattern Unit 7 Multiplication and Division with 0-5, 9, and 10 OSPI words not used in this unit: divide, multiply, operation, order, Lesson 1 / count-by, multiplication, factor, product, multiplier Lesson 2 / repeated groups, in each, in every, per, equal shares drawing Lesson 3 / array, row, column, commutative property of multiplication

5 Lesson 4 / count-by, division, dividend, divisor, quotient Lesson 5 / count-bys, multiplier, pictograph, even number, odd number Lesson 6 / count-bys Lesson 7 / quick 9s, multiplier finger Lesson 8/ fast-array drawing Lesson 9 / product, multiplier, commutative, divisor Lesson 10 / area, array Lesson 11 / repeated-group, array, equal shares drawing, fast-array drawing Lesson 12 / repeated addition, multiplication, equal shares drawing, product, multiplier Lesson 13 / count-bys, fast array, 5s shortcut Lesson 14 / product, factors, dividend, divisor, multiplier, quotient, volume, Commutative Property of Multiplication, Associative Property of Multiplication, Identity Property of Multiplication, Zero Property of Multiplication Lesson 15 / organized list, dividend, divisor, quotient Lesson 16 / multiples, quotient, divisor Lesson 17 / no vocabulary Unit 8, Book 2 Area and Perimeter OSPI words not used in this unit: side, straightedge, measure, Lesson 1 / perimeter, area, square unit, square centimeter, square inch, square mile Lesson 2 / perimeter, area Lesson 3 / base, height, formula

6 Unit 9 Multiplication and Division with 6,7, and 8 and Problem Solving OSPI words not used in this unit: label, key, symbol, title, include, Lesson 1 / function table Lesson 2 / length, width, area, perimeter, fast-area drawing Lesson 3 / fast-array drawing Lesson 4 / array problem, repeated-groups problem, area problem, equation, variable Lesson 5 / no vocabulary Lesson 6 / times, fraction Lesson 7 / fraction Lesson 8 / square unit, area, square number Lesson 9 / square number, distributive property of multiplication Lesson 10 / square number, distributive property of multiplication Lesson 11 / expression, evaluate Lesson 12 / twice, half Lesson 13 / input, output, rule Lesson 14 / no vocabulary Unit 10 Time OSPI words not used in this unit: Lesson 1 / quarter-hour, half-hour, A.M., P.M. Lesson 2 / calendar, month, year, day, week, ordinal number, elapsed time Lesson 3 / degrees

7 Unit 11 Exploring Fractions, Decimals, Probability, and Division with Remainders OSPI words not used in this unit: graph, chart Lesson 1 / fraction, numerator, denominator, unit fraction Lesson 2 / set Lesson 3 / no vocabulary Lesson 4 / comparison Lesson 5 / comparison Lesson 6 / whole number, product, set, multiple Lesson 7 / circle graph Lesson 8 / likely, certain, equally likely, probability, event, experiment, outcome, unlikely, impossible, combination Lesson 9 / equivalent fractions, equivalence chain, denominator, numerator Lesson 10 / whole, equivalent fractions Lesson 11 / fraction, equivalent fraction, equivalence chain, fracture, simpler fraction Lesson 12 / equivalent fraction, equivalence chain, fraction, fracture, unit fraction, common multiplier Lesson 13 / fraction, equivalence chain, fracture, simplify, simpler fraction Lesson 14 / fraction, equivalent fraction, equivalence chain, unlike fraction, denominator, common denominator, unit fraction Lesson 15 / comparison problem, equivalent fraction, numerator denominator Lesson 16 / improper fraction, decimal Lesson 17 / decimals, tenths, hundredths, decimal point

8 Lesson 18 / fraction, numerator, denominator, improper fraction, mixed number Lesson 19 / division, remainder, count-by Lesson 20 / division, remainder, quotient, mixed number, numerator, denominator Lesson 21 / count-by, division, remainder, mixed number Lesson 22 / no vocabulary Unit 12 Three-Dimensional Figures OSPI words not used in this unit: closed figure, trapezoid, kite Lesson 1 / cube, net, two-dimensional, plane figures, three-dimensional, solid figures, face, edge, vertex Lesson 2 / two-dimensional, three-dimensional, volume, cubic unit Lesson 3 / prism, base, triangular prism, square prism, net, cylinder, rectangular prism, circumference, pyramid Lesson 4 / cone, cylinder Lesson 5 / circle, radius, diameter, circumference, sphere Unit 13 Measurement OSPI words not used in this unit: thermometer, Lesson 1 / inch (in.), foot (ft), ruler Lesson 2 / foot, yard, mile, benchmark Lesson 3 / centimeter (cm), decimeter (dm), meter (m), kilometer (km) Lesson 4 / perimeter, area

9 Lesson 5 / capacity, cup (c), pint (pt), quart (qt), gallon (gal) Lesson 6 / liter (L), milliliter (ml), capacity, cup (c), pint (pt), half-gallon, gallon (gal) Lesson 7 / improper fraction, mixed number, cup Lesson 8 / inch (in.), foot (ft), yard (yd), centimeter (cm), meter (m), cup (c), pint (pt), quart (qt), gallon (gal) Lesson 9 / pound (lb), ounce (oz), gram (g), kilogram (kg) Lesson 10 / degrees Fahrenheit (F), degrees Celsius (C) Lesson 11 / no vocabulary Unit 14 Directions and Locations OSPI words not used in this unit: diagonal, location, number line, Lesson 1 / map, route Lesson 2 / coordinate grid, ordered pair Lesson 3 / coordinate grid, ordered pair Unit E Extension Lessons Lesson 1 standard form, word form Lesson 2 product, array, Commutative Property of Multiplication, Associative Property of Multiplication, factor Lesson 3 factor, product Lesson 4 area, square units Lesson 5 Expanded Notation Method, Algebraic Notation Method Lesson 6 Expanded Notation Method, Shortcut Method

10 Lesson 7 Rectangles Sections Method, Expanded Notation Method, Algebraic Notation Method Lesson 8 Shortcut Method Lesson 9 dividend, divisor, quotient, factor Lesson 10 estimate, product, quotient, rounding frames, compatible numbers Lesson 11 no vocabulary Lesson 12 function table, line graph OSPI Math Vocab not covered in Math Expressions Add, addition, attribute/property, chart, closed figure, coin, complete, conclude, conclusion, correct, diagonal, difference, disagree, divide, fewer than, fewest, figure, graph, greatest, hundreds, include, information, intersecting lines, key, kite, label, least, location, measure, model, more than, most, multiply, number, number line, number pattern, ones, operation, order, pattern, point, population, problem, relation, represent, round to the nearest, side, straightedge, student, subtract, subtraction, support, symbol, tens, thermometer, thousands, title, trapezoid, value, whole number.

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