A Day on the Slopes A Day on the Slopes 3rd Grade Winter Break Activities to Support Literacy at Home Activity: Read every day for 30 min. Choose a question below to discuss with a family member or respond to the question through writing. Fiction Texts Informational Texts ● What is this story about? ● What evidence from the text helps you to know what the story or poem is about? ● What is the lesson learned in the story? What evidence from the text supports your response? ● What is the central message of the text? What evidence from the text supports your response? ● What is the main character's most important personality trait? How does this impact their actions? ● Which sentence describes the character's feelings at the beginning/middle/end of the story? What happens because of the character's feelings? ● What does the author's word choice make you think of? ● Identify the narrator. Support with evidence from the text. ● How does this chapter/paragraph build on the previous chapters/paragraphs? ● How does this chapter/paragraph impact the problem/solution of the story? Winter Break Homework Packet December 21st – January 3rd Due Monday, January 4, 2020 Jayden M. Tabb Student’s Name________________________________________ Ms. C. watson Teacher________________________________ Grade 3 ● What is the main idea of the text? ● What key ideas, specific details, and events help me to determine the main idea? ● What questions are you asking yourself that help you to better understand what you read? ● How are the ideas and details in the text related? ● Does the author use key words that identify time, sequence, and cause/effect to describe the relationship between the events, ideas, concepts, or steps in a technical procedure? ● How are the ideas and details in the text related? If you come across a word you don’t know ● What words in the text help you determine the meaning of the unknown word/phrase? Conversation helped distract him. He loved meeting people from all over the country, and even the world, on the chairlift. Games helped distract him, too. "I spy in my little eye, something...orange," Bobby challenged. "The plastic fence down there," guessed Dad. "Want to try skiing the glades?" Dad asked when they had stopped for a rest mid-trail. Dad nodded to where a path veered off the trail and into the woods. Bobby saw a few skiers follow the path into the trees. About 10 seconds later, they popped out a little ways down the trail. "Nope." Bobby felt nervous and excited. "Let's do it!" he said with a grin. "The stripe on that guy's jacket in front of us." "Okay, you go, and I'll be right behind you. Don't go too fast. Keep your eyes on the trail, and try to stay focused and relaxed." "Nope." "Here we go!" Bobby hollered as he glided to the side of the trail, his skis falling in line with a path on the left that gradually curved into the woods. There were trees on either side of Bobby, and the narrow path dipped down and then up a bit, down and then up. It felt like a waterslide but better, because he was in control. There was one last bump on the path, where it exited the woods. When Bobby got to it, he had gained some speed and even got a few inches of air. He wobbled for a second, but quickly regained his balance. "The writing on the band of your goggles!" "Awesome!" he thought. "Tricky, tricky. I'll stump you next time." They were near the bottom of the hill, and the lifts were about to close. Bobby loved winning, but he was no longer focused on playing "I Spy." They were close to the top. "Up for one more run?" Dad asked. "Ready?" Dad asked. "No time for talking!" Bobby said, hurrying back to the chairlift. "Ready," Bobby replied, removing his hands from the bar and skis from the little footrests connected to the bar between his legs. ReadWorks.org · © 2014 ReadWorks®, Inc. All rights reserved. A Day on the Slopes - Comprehension Questions ReadWorks.org · © 2014 ReadWorks®, Inc. All rights reserved. A Day on the Slopes - Comprehension Questions 5. What is this story mostly about? A Day on the Slopes - Comprehension Questions Bug Power He feel happy and glade that he went on the ride and faced his fears . A. Bobby and his dad spend the day skiing. B. Bobby gets over his fear of the chairlift. Teamwork C. Bobby's dad teaches him how to ski. B. snowboarding D. Bobby and his dad play "I Spy" on the chairlift. How do some insects work together? C. sledding D. snowshoeing 2. Bobby gets frightened when he rides the chairlift. How does Bobby deal with this problem? A. Bobby closes his eyes. 6. Read the following sentences: "No matter how many times Bobby rode the chairlift, he always got frightened when he looked down. If he stared down long enough to get that tingly feeling, he'd grip the bar in front of him, take stock of the bar between his two legs, and reassure himself that he was secure." As used in this sentence, what does the word "reassure" most nearly mean? B. Bobby hums to himself. 10. "Bobby is an adventurous boy who tries new things." Explain whether you agree or disagree with this statement and why. Support your answer using details from the passage. A. to believe something false D. Bobby holds on to his dad. B. to do something that makes you stop worrying Bob is an adventurous because even if he scare he still do it and that made him want to try more scary rides that are scary Ants often live in underground nests. The nests have thousands of rooms connected by tunnels. Millions of ants may live together in a nest. It can contain more than one queen. Worker ants take care of all the other ants. Larger worker ants are called soldier ants. Their job is to guard the nest. C. to do something that makes you scared and uneasy A. "Luckily, there was lots of powdery Colorado snow on this mountain, and definitely not as much ice as there was on the mountains he had skied in New England." D. to face your fears 7. Choose the answer that best completes the sentence below. __________ Bobby gets frightened when riding chairlifts, he goes on the lifts anyway. B. "During his first time skiing, Dad taught him how to do the 'pizza,' skiing with his skis in a wedge like a slice of pizza. Bobby had advanced since then and could now do the 'french fries,' skiing with his skis parallel and straight like two french fries side by side." A. Therefore C. "When he felt himself going too fast, he would point his skis to the side instead of down the mountain. That would help bring him to a stop." C. Above all D. "When Bobby got to it, he had gained some speed and even got a few inches of air. He wobbled for a second, but quickly regained his balance." What do termites, ants, and honeybees have in common? They are all social (SOH-shuhl) insects. Social insects live together in large groups called colonies. Social insects always have at least one queen. The queen is the mother. She lays the eggs. The rest of the group divides the work. Amazing Ants C. Bobby plays games and talks. 3. Bobby has gotten better at skiing since the first time he skied. What evidence from the passage best supports this conclusion? Bug Power 9. How does Bobby feel before and after skiing the glades? Name: ___________________________________ Date: _______________ A. skiing Normally, Bobby stayed far away from the forest, while avoiding big groups of people and ice. Luckily, there was a lot of powdery Colorado snow on this mountain and definitely not as much ice as there was on the mountain he had skied in New England. "The square with the number on that pole," Dad said, pointing to one of the big poles holding up the chairlift. "Okay, fine. I give up!" Dad said, throwing his head back in defeat. Copyright © 2020 by School District of Palm Beach County, Teaching and Learning 1. Which winter sport are Bobby and his dad doing? This was Bobby's second time skiing, and he was getting the hang of it. During his first time skiing, Dad taught him how to do the "pizza," skiing with his skis in a wedge like a slice of pizza. Bobby had advanced since then and could now do the "french fries," skiing with his skis parallel and straight like two french fries side by side. When he felt himself going too fast, he would point his skis to the side instead of down the mountain. That would help bring him to a stop. "Nope!" "No way. The sun looks more yellow than orange right now, Dad." ● Can you use the root word or affix to figure out the meaning of the unknown word? ● Is there a part of this word that you know the meaning of? Does it sound like any words you already know? It is important for students to read books daily through the winter break. Stay safe and we’ll see you next year! by Jaclyn Einis No matter how many times Bobby rode the chairlift, he always got frightened when he looked down. If he stared down long enough to get that tingly feeling, he'd grip the bar in front of him, take stock of the bar between his two legs, and reassure himself that he was secure. "Um...the sunshine?" If you come across a word you don’t know Parent Signature ________________________________________ A Day on the Slopes Dad pulled the bar up and over their heads, and they looked forward. Skis straight and poles held tightly, they pushed themselves away from the seat and down the small hill their skis touched at the top. Busy Bees B. Meanwhile D. Even though 8. Before the beginning of this story, how many times has Bobby gone skiing? Bob has ben on the ride one time 4. How can Bobby best be described? A. timid B. crafty C. aggressive D. adventurous Gerry Ellis/Getty Images ReadWorks.org · © 2019 ReadWorks®, Inc. All rights reserved. ReadWorks.org · © 2019 ReadWorks®, Inc. All rights reserved. Bug Power Life in a honeybee hive is busy. Up to 60,000 bees may live together. Only one queen bee lives in a hive. Worker bees do all the chores. They care for the young bees and the queen. They clean and guard the hive and control the hive's temperature. The workers also make food for all the bees in the hive. ReadWorks.org · © 2019 ReadWorks®, Inc. All rights reserved. Bug Power - Comprehension Questions Bug Power - Comprehension Questions 4. Based on the information in the text, how are worker ants and worker bees similar? Name: ___________________________________ Date: _______________ 1. According to the text, what do termites, ants, and honeybees have in common? ReadWorks.org Copyright © 2009 Weekly Reader Corporation. All rights reserved. Used by permission.Weekly Reader is a registered trademark of Weekly Reader Corporation. Bug Power - Comprehension Questions 8. Social insects always have at least one queen. What does the queen do? She just stay back at the nest and lay eggs A. Worker ants and worker bees both care for the other insects in their colonies. B. Worker ants and worker bees both lay eggs for their colonies. A. They are all social insects. C. Worker ants and worker bees both build homes for their colonies. B. They are all antisocial insects. D. Worker ants and worker bees both make food for their colonies. C. They are all worker insects. Talented Termites 5. What is a main idea of this text? D. They are all soldier insects. 2. To organize this text, the author divides it into sections with subheadings. What does the author describe in the section with the subheading "How do some insects work together?" A. Soldier termites protect the colony. 9. Describe the work of worker ants, worker bees, and worker termites. B. Social insects always have at least one queen. Support your answer with evidence from the text. C. Social insects live and work together in colonies. The queen is at the nest and lay eggs and when she lay the eggs they go with the group and they find food for the queen. D. Ants often live in underground nests. A. what social insects are B. an ant colony's underground nest 6. Read this sentence from the text. and then when she eat the lay eggs and then they do it again. C. all of the chores that worker bees do "How do some insects work together?" D. the job of soldier termites Why might the author have begun the text with this question? 3. Read these sentences from the text. Oxford Scientific/Jupiter Images A. to introduce a key question that the text will answer Termites build tall nests in wood or soil. A nest can be up to 40 feet high. Millions of termites may live in one nest. Every colony has a king and a queen. They make the eggs. Worker termites build the nest and care for the eggs. Soldier termites protect the colony. "Ants often live in underground nests. The nests have thousands of rooms connected by tunnels. Millions of ants may live together in a nest. 10. Worker insects are just as important as queen insects. B. to signal an argument that the text will be making C. to persuade readers to answer the question Form an argument for or against this statement. D. to show the author's confusion about how insects work together [...] Support your answer with evidence from the text. 7. Choose the answer that best completes the sentence. Termites build tall nests in wood or soil. A nest can be up to 40 feet high. Millions of termites may live in one nest." Because they both lay eggs and they help there queen get food to last them though the hole winter An ant nest can contain more than one queen, __________ a beehive only contains one queen. Based on this information, how are ants and termites different? A. like A. Ants live underground, whereas termites live above ground. B. if B. Ants live in nests, whereas termites live in hives. C. but C. Ants only have one queen, whereas termites can have more than one queen. D. then D. Ants have soldier ants that protect the colony, whereas termites do not. ReadWorks.org Copyright © 2009 Weekly Reader Corporation. All rights reserved. Used by permission.Weekly Reader is a registered trademark of Weekly Reader Corporation. ReadWorks.org · © 2019 ReadWorks®, Inc. All rights reserved. ReadWorks.org · © 2019 ReadWorks®, Inc. All rights reserved. ReadWorks.org · © 2019 ReadWorks®, Inc. All rights reserved. 3rd grade MAFS Study Guide 3rd Grade MAFS Study Guide 3rd Grade MAFS Study Guide 3rd Grade MAFS Study Guide MAFS.3.OA.1.1; MAFS.3.OA.1.2; MAFS.3.OA.2.6; MAFS.3.OA.1.3; MAFS.3.OA.3.7 Day 1 MAFS.3.OA.1.1; MAFS.3.OA.1.2; MAFS.3.OA.2.6; MAFS.3.OA.1.3; MAFS.3.OA.3.7 Day 2 MAFS.3.OA.1.1; MAFS.3.OA.1.2; MAFS.3.OA.2.6; MAFS.3.OA.1.3; MAFS.3.OA.3.7 Day 3 MAFS.3.OA.1.1; MAFS.3.OA.1.2; MAFS.3.OA.2.6; MAFS.3.OA.1.3; MAFS.3.OA.3.7 Day 4 1) What is another way to show 3 x 6? a. 6 + 6 + 6 + 6 + 6 + 6 b. 3 + 3 + 3 + 3 + 3 + 3 + 3 c. 6 + 6 + 6 d. 3 + 3 + 3 2) Megan put her books on shelves in her room as shown below. 4) Which of these questions can be answered with the number sentence 36 ÷ 6? a. Megan has 36 crackers. Robert has 6 crackers. How many crackers to do they have in all? b. Robert has 36 pencils. He gives 6 pencils to his friend. How many pencils does Robert have left? 1) What is another way to show 8 x 7? a. 7 + 7 + 7 + 7 + 7 + 7+ 7 b. 8 + 8 + 8+ 8 + 8 + 8 + 8 + 8 c. 8 + 8 + 8 + 8 + 8 + 8 d. 7 + 7 + 7 + 7 + 7 + 7 + 7 + 7 2) Megan put her books on shelves in her room as shown below. c. Megan has 36 paper clips. Robert has 6 times as many paper clips as Megan. How many paper clips does Robert have? a. 2 x 5= 10 5) Mr. Williams has 48 books he must pack in boxes. Each box holds 8 books. How many boxes will he need? a. 3 boxes b. 3 x 8= 24 b. 4 boxes c. c. 5 boxes 2 x 8= 16 d. 4 x 4= 16 3) Megan has five $10 bills. Which expression shows how much money she has? a. 10 ÷ 5 d. 6 boxes 6) Select all the equations that can be used to solve 27 ÷ 9. a. 9 X 3 = 27 b. 10 -5 b. 9 X c. 10 + 5 c. 3 X 8 d. 10 x 5 d. 27 ÷ 3 = 27 = 24 3 =9 a) Megan has 48 paper clips. Robert has 8 times as many paper clips as Megan. How many paper clips does Robert have? b) Robert has 48 trading cards. He gives an equal number of cards to each of 8 friends. How many cards does each friend get? c) Megan has 48 crackers. Robert has 8 crackers. How many crackers to do they have in all? d) Robert has 48 pencils. He gives 8 pencils to his friend. How many pencils does Robert have left? d. Robert has 36 trading cards. He gives an equal number of cards to each of 6 friends. How many cards does each friend get? Which number sentence shows how the books are placed on the shelves? 4) Which of these questions can be answered with the number sentence 48 ÷ 8? 5) Mr. Williams has 54 books he must pack in boxes. Each box holds 6 books. How many boxes will he need? Which number sentence shows how the books are placed on the shelves? a. 3 x 4 = 12 b. 3 x 8= 24 c. 4 x 6 = 24 a. 3 boxes b. 9 boxes c. 5 boxes d. 7 boxes d. 4 x 4= 16 6) Choose two equations that can be used to solve 42÷7. 3) Megan has six $20 bills. Which expression shows how much money she has? a. 20 ÷ 6 b. 20 + 6 c. 20 x 6 d. 20 - 6 a. 7 X 6 = 42 1) Robert told Megan he planted 8 x 4 flowers. How might Megan describe the arrangement of flowers in Robert’s rectangular shaped garden? a. 3 rows of 4 flowers b. 8 rows of 4 flowers Design 2 c. 6 rows of 8 flowers Design 3 d. 2 rows of 4 flowers 6 2 4 12 1) A multiplication problem is shown. 6x3=? 7) Robert has to plant 36 flowers in the garden. Complete the table to show 2 different designs for how Robert could plant the flowers. Number Number of of Rows columns What is the value of the unknown number? a. 12 Design 1 b. 18 Design 2 c. 21 7 5 4 9 d. 24 2) Select all the situations that can be represented by 64 ÷ 8. a. Robert has 64 baseballs and places an equal number of baseballs into 8 bags. 5) Megan has 12 apples and 6 bags. She places an equal number of apples in each bag. How many apples are in each bag? a. 3 b. Robert has 64 baseballs and gives 8 of them to a friend. b. 4 c. Robert has 64 baseballs and his friend gives him 8 more. d. 2 d. Robert has 8 baseballs and needs more baseballs to deliver to the school. e. Robert has 64 baseballs and gives each of 8 teams an equal amount. 3) Robert told Megan he planted 48 flowers in the rectangular-shaped garden. Select all the correct expressions Megan could use to describe how the flowers were planted. a. 48 ÷ 6 = 48 b. 6 x 7 c. 42÷ 6 = 7 d. 6 X 7 = 35 c. 9 x 2 b. 8 X 7 4) Robert has to plant 24 flowers in the garden. Complete the table to show 3 different designs for how Robert could plant the flowers. Number Number of of Rows columns Design 1 6 4 d. 6 x 8 c. 6 6) Robert has 12 oranges in total. Select all the ways he can divide his oranges? a. b. 2) A division problem is shown. 72 ÷ ? = 9 6) The bag has 48 hair clips, and Megan and her three friends want to share them equally. How many hair clips will each person receive? a. 3 What is the value of the unknown number? a. b. c. d. 3) Bert, the monkey, loves bananas. Megan, his trainer, has 24 bananas. If she gives Bert 4 bananas each day, how many days will the bananas last? a. b. c. d. b. 14 8 7 6 5 5 3 6 4 c. 6 d. 12 7) Robert has 16 color pencils in total. Which shows a way he can equally divide his color pencils? a. b. c. d. e. 48 ÷ 5 4) There are some students at recess. The teacher divides the class into 4 lines with 6 students in each line. Select all the equations that shows how many students are in the class. b. 24 ÷ 4= 6 e. c. a. 5 x 6=30 c. 3 x 7= 21 d. 4 x 6= 24 e. 20 ÷ 6 = 4 d. 3rd Grade MAFS Study Guide 3rd grade MAFS Study Guide MAFS.3.OA.1.1; MAFS.3.OA.1.2; MAFS.3.OA.2.6; MAFS.3.OA.1.3; MAFS.3.OA.3.7 Day 5 MAFS.3.OA.2.5; MAFS.3.OA.3.7 Day 1 1) A multiplication problem is shown. 6x9=? What is the value of the unknown number? a. 12 5) Ms. Patterson has 18 desks that she wants to arrange in her classroom. She wants to have the same number of desks in each group. Complete the table to show 2 different arrangements for how Ms. Patterson can arrange her desks in her classroom. b. 36 1) An equation is shown. 4x9=9x 56÷7 c. c. b. 6 + (2 x 5) c. d. 10 x 6 e. (6 x 8) x (6 x 2) a. Robert has 18 baseballs and places an equal number of baseballs into 3 bags. c. 3 x 5= 15 b. 6 c. 5 3) Select all the expressions that could be used to find 6 x 5. c. 6 x 12 = 72 a. 5 + (3 + 3) c. (5 x 2) x 5 d. 72 ÷ 12 = 6 b. (5 + 1) x 5 d. 10 x 5 e. 9 x 8 = 72 c. (5 x 2) x 5 d. 30 ÷ 6 = 5 e. 10 + (2 x 3) 7) Tom is giving airplane rides over the lake. His plane has 6 seats in each row. The seat row numbers go up to 9. Part A: How many passengers can Tom’s plane hold? d. (2 x 3) x 5 8) Mary made an array with stars as shown below. a. 54 e. 5 x 6 b. 63 4) Which expression is equal to 6 x (2 + 4)? a. (2 + 4) x 3 c. 48 d. 31 a. (6 x 2) x (6 x 4) b. (2 + 4) x (2 + 3) b. (6 x 2) + (6 x 4) Which two equations represent Mary’s array? Which two equations represent Mary’s array? e. 30 ÷ 6 = 5 a. 4 7 x ( 2 x 4) d. 3 a. 8 x 9 = 72 c. (2 x 4) + (2 x 3) d. (7 x 2) x (7 x 3) 6) Tom has 15 candy bars. He wants to put them into 5 bags so there are the same number of candy bars in each bag. How many candy bars should go in each bag? . d. (7 + 2) x 4 b. (5 x 3) x (2 x 2) d. (2 x 4) x (2 x 3) 3 and 8 1 and 12 3 and 6 3 and 4 2 and 6 c. c. 7 x 6 = 42 c. (7 + 2) x 3 a. b. c. d. e. b. ( 7 x 2) + 4 b. 5 x 6 = 30 4) Which expression is equal to 2 x (4 + 3)? 5) Select all the factors pairs that equal 12. a. (7 + 2) + 4 7) Mary has 8 bags of basketballs. Each bag has 9 basketballs in it. Select all the equations to show how many basketballs she has in all. a. 6 x 7 = 42 e. 2 x 21 = 42 e. Robert has 18 baseballs and gives 6 of them to a friend. d. 4 x 6= 24 2) Which expression is equal to (7 x 2) x 4? b. 72 ÷ 6 = 12 b. (7 + 2) x (7 + 3) d. Robert has 18 baseballs and needs more baseballs to deliver to the school. b. 24 ÷ 4= 6 6) Select the factor pairs that equal 30. a. 10 and 3 b. 5 and 6 c. 6 and 4 d. 7 and 5 e. 5 and 4 (2 x 2) + (3 x 2) (2 + 3) x 2 (2 + 2) x 3 3 + (2 x 2) a. 10 x (2 + 3) 8) Mary made an array with stars as shown below. a. (7 x 2) + (7 x 3) c. Robert has 18 baseballs and his friend gives him 6 more. a. 6 x 5=30 3) Select all the expressions that could be used to find 5 x 10. 4) Which expression is equal to 7 x (2 + 3)? b. Robert has 18 baseballs and gives each of 6 teams an equal amount. 4) There are some students at recess. The teacher divides the class into 6 lines with 5 students in each line. Select all the equations that shows how many students are in the class. (6 x 2) x 5 a. b. c. d. (2 + 3) + 9 d. 2 x ( 3 x 9) 7) Mary has 6 bags of basketballs. Each bag has 7 basketballs in it. Select all the equations to show how many basketballs she has in all. a. 6 x (2 x 5) d. 12 7) Select all the situations that can be represented by 18 ÷ 6. 6 3 5 4 c. Quotient 9 b. (2 x 3) + 9 6 and 3 e. 6 and 4 3) Select all the expressions that could be used to find 6 x 10. c. 6 54÷6 a. (2 + 3) x 9 d. 7 and 4 3+4+ 5 a. 9 3) Bert, the monkey, loves bananas. Megan, his trainer, has 48 bananas. If she gives Bert 8 bananas each day, how many days will the bananas last? b. 6 2) Which expression is equal to (2 x 3) x 9? b. 4 and 8 d. (3 x 5) + 4 b. 4 15÷3 c. 1) Mary bought 2 pencils and Tom bought 3 pencils. Each pencil cost $2. Which expression shows how much money Mary and Tom spent altogether? 81÷9 a. 7 d. 8 b. 3 x (4 x 5) 6) The bag has 36 hair clips, and Megan and her three friends want to share them equally. How many hair clips will each person receive? Problem What is the missing value? a. 3 and 8 MAFS.3.OA.2.5; MAFS.3.OA.3.7 Day 3 5) Complete the table to find the quotients □ 6) Select all the factor pairs that equal 24. a. (3 + 4) + 5 8 7 6 5 Quotient 9 2) Which expression is equal to (3 x 4) x 5? What is the value of the unknown number? a. b. c. d. 63÷9 b. 5 d. 13 56 ÷ ? = 8 6x7=7x 64÷8 Arrangement 2 2) A division problem is shown. a. b. c. d. Problem a. 4 c. Arrangement 1 d. 54 □ 3rd Grade MAFS Study Guide MAFS.3.OA.2.5; MAFS.3.OA.3.7 Day 2 5) Complete the table to find the quotients What is the missing value? Number Number of of Rows columns c. 21 3rd Grade MAFS Study Guide 1) An equation is shown. c. (6 + 2) x 4 d. (6 + 2) x (6 + 4) Part B: If Tom schedules 2 rides on Monday, how many passengers would have rode in Tom’s plane? a. 2 x 12 = 24 a. 169 a. 6 x 3 = 18 b. 3 x 8 = 24 b. 108 b. 3 x 4 = 12 c. 24 ÷ 4 = 6 c. 5 x 3 = 15 d. 8 x 3 = 24 d. 15 ÷ 5 = 3 ccslh_g3_lg_6.1_i_2.02.11_link4.1.indd Page 1 18/07/11 9:24 AM s-087 c. 120 d. 56 e. 4 x 6 = 24 /Volumes/114/GO00867/CCSS_LITERACY_EHANDBOOK/OHIO/ANCILLARY/CCSS_LITERACY_EHANDBOO /Volumes/114/GO00867/CCSS_LITERACY_EHANDBOOK/OHIO/ANCILLARY/CCSS_LITERACY_EHANDBOOK... ccslh_g3_lg_6.1_i_2.02.11_link4.1.indd Page 2 18/07/11 9:24 AM s-087 /Volumes/114/GO00867/CCSS_LITERACY_EHANDBOOK/OHIO/ANCILLARY/CCSS_ e. 12 ÷ 3 = 4 3rd Grade MAFS Study Guide 3rd Grade MAFS Study Guide MAFS.3.OA.2.5; MAFS.3.OA.3.7 Day 4 MAFS.3.OA.2.5; MAFS.3.OA.3.7 Part A: How many passengers can Tom’s plane hold? 3 + (5 + 2) (3 + 5) x 2 (3 + 2) x 5 3 x (5 + 2) a. b. c. d. a. 36 b. 32 7 x 5 = (a x 5) + (b x 5) b) a = 5; b = 2 a. (4 + 8) x 2 c) a = 3; b = 3 b. (4 x 8) x 2 d) a = 2; b = 4 c. (2 + 8) x 4 c) a = 8; b = 2 a. 3 x (7 + 5) d) a = 3; b = 2 b. (7 x 5) + 3 a. 6 x 4 b. (2 x 2) + (2 x 3) c. 4 + 6 c. 6 x 8 d. (2 + 2) x 6 e. d. (2 x 4) x 6 4) Which expression is equal to 4 x (7 + 3)? a. d. (4 x 7) x (4 x 3) ccslh_g3_lg_6.1_i_2.02.11_link4.1.indd Page 3 18/07/11 9:24 AM s-087 c. 4. players _______________ 5. chef _______________ (2 x 8) x 4 a. 6 x 8 c. 9 x 8 d. 5 x 6 a. (6 x 5) + (6 x 3) b. (6 + 5) x 3 c. b. (6 + 5) x (6 + 3) d. (6 x 5) x (6 x 3) d. /Volumes/114/GO00867/CCSS_LITERACY_EHANDBOOK/OHIO/ANCILLARY/CCSS_LITERACY_EHANDBOO /Volumes/114/GO00867/CCSS_LITERACY_EHANDBOOK/OHIO/ANCILLARY/CCSS_LITERACY_EHANDBOOK... ccslh_g3_lg_6.1_h_2.02.11_link1.1.indd Page 1 18/07/11 9:25 AM s-087 /Volumes/114/GO00867/CCSS_LITERACY_EHANDBOOK/OHIO/ANCILLARY/CCSS_LITERACY_EHANDBOO /Volumes/114/GO00867/CCSS_LITERACY_EHANDBOOK/OHIO/ANCILLARY/CCSS_LITERACY_EHANDBOOK... ccslh_g3_lg_6.1_h_2.02.11_link1.1.indd Page 2 18/07/11 9:25 AM s-087 Part 6 LANGUAGE Apostrophes 2 A. 1. dear aunt juana, 2. I enjoy listening to the (readers) voices. 2. “do you like spiders?” asked louis. Write your answers on the lines and then print this page. 1. Mark drove to ﬂorida last week. 5. The story (is not) my favorite. 5. very truly yours, 4. Mark took route 1 to the end. 5. The trip over seven mile bridge was exciting. Write the sentences. Use capital letters correctly. Copyright © McGraw-Hill Education, a division of The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. 10. My friend and I (cannot) wait until the next story hour. 10. Today’s deerﬁeld recorder has a story about president kennedy. Copyright © McGraw-Hill Education, a division of The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. Copyright © McGraw-Hill Education, a division of The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. 9. My book (does not) have many pictures. 9. This holiday comes in february. 3. The atlantic ocean was bright blue. 4. Tina said, “spiders catch harmful insects.” B. 8. Next monday is presidents’ day. 2. mark enjoyed visiting miami beach. 4. The story is about many (pirates) treasures. 6. My favorite story (does not) have pirates. /Volumes/114/GO00867/CCSS_LITERACY_EHANDBOOK/OHIO/ANCILLARY/CCSS_LITERACY_EHANDBOO /Volumes/114/GO00867/CCSS_LITERACY_EHANDBOOK/OHIO/ANCILLARY/CCSS_LITERACY_EHANDBOOK... ccslh_g3_lg_6.1_h_2.02.11_link1.1.indd Page 6 18/07/11 9:25 AM s-087 /Volumes/114/GO00867/CCSS_LITERACY_EHANDBOOK/OHIO/ANCILLARY/CCSS_LITERACY_EHANDBOO /Volumes/114/GO00867/CCSS_LITERACY_EHANDBOOK/OHIO/ANCILLARY/CCSS_LITERACY_EHANDBOOK... ccslh_g3_lg_6.1_h_2.02.11_link1.1.indd Page 7 18/07/11 9:25 AM s-087 6. Our family visited uncle chet on his ranch. 7. mom and i rode horses for the ﬁrst time. 8. I helped aunt ida clean the stalls. 9. The vet, dr. brand, treated a sick horse. 10. My uncle’s neighbor is named k. c. whitby. /Volumes/114/GO00867/CCSS_LITERACY_EHANDBOOK/OHIO/ANCILLARY/CCSS_LITERACY_EHANDBOO /Volumes/114/GO00867/CCSS_LITERACY_EHANDBOOK/OHIO/ANCILLARY/CCSS_LITERACY_EHANDBOOK... ccslh_g3_lg_6.1_h_2.02.11_link1.1.indd Page 5 18/07/11 9:25 AM s-087 3 1 2 /Volumes/114/GO00867/CCSS_LITERACY_EHANDBOOK/OHIO/ANCILLARY/CCSS_ 3 Part 6 LANGUAGE Part 6 LANGUAGE Part 6 LANGUAGE Part 6 LANGUAGE 6.1 Conventions of Standard English 6.1 Conventions of Standard English 6.1 Conventions of Standard English 6.1 Conventions of Standard English Name __________________________________ Name __________________________________ Name __________________________________ Capitalization 3 B. Capitalization 4 Write each sentence. Use capital letters correctly. 11. Today is ﬂag day. Practice Name __________________________________ 5. We had to recite “the spider and the ﬂy” today in class. Practice Write your answers on the lines and then print this page. Write your answers on the lines and then print this page. 12. We read a book called our ﬁrst ﬂag. A. 7. Our teacher, ms. Choi, showed the ﬁ lm famous presidents. Write the sentences. Use capital letters correctly. 3. some people are afraid of spiders. 3. Someone read my (friends) favorite book. 6. My class at deerﬁeld school is reading a book called all the presidents. Practice Write each item. Use capital letters correctly. 1. My friend and I went to my (schools) story hour. Part 6 LANGUAGE 6.1 Conventions of Standard English Name __________________________________ Capitalization 2 Write your answers on the lines and then print this page. Write each sentence. Change each word or words in parentheses ( ) to show possession or to show a contraction. 2 Part 6 LANGUAGE Practice Write your answers on the lines and then print this page. /Volumes/114/GO00867/CCSS_LITERACY_EHANDBOOK/OHIO/ANCILLARY/CCSS_ 6.1 Conventions of Standard English Name __________________________________ Capitalization 1 Practice 8. My friend (did not) see the pictures. 1 6.1 Conventions of Standard English Name __________________________________ 7. I like the story about a (girls) adventure at sea. /Volumes/114/GO00867/CCSS_LITERACY_EHANDBOOK/OHIO/ANCILLARY/CCSS_LITERACY_EHANDBOO /Volumes/114/GO00867/CCSS_LITERACY_EHANDBOOK/OHIO/ANCILLARY/CCSS_LITERACY_EHANDBOOK... ccslh_g3_lg_6.1_h_2.02.11_link1.1.indd Page 3 18/07/11 9:25 AM s-087 Part 6 LANGUAGE 6.1 Conventions of Standard English Name __________________________________ ccslh_g3_lg_6.1_h_2.02.11_link1.1.indd Page 4 18/07/11 9:25 AM s-087 10. people _______________ b. 8 x 7 b. (4 + 7) x (4 + 3) (4 x 7) + (4 x 3) 3. women _______________ 6) Tom sold 7 tickets to each of 8 football games. He used the expression 7 x 8 to determine the total number of tickets he sold. What could be another expression Tom can use to determine the number of tickets he sold? 4) Which expression is equal to 6 x (5 + 3)? a. (4 + 7) x 3 c. 9. artist _______________ d. 3 x (7 x 5) Which could also be Mary’s array of stars? (2 x 3) x 5 2. teacher _______________ c. (7 + 5) x 3 3) Select all the expressions that could be used to find 4 x 6. b. (5 + 1) x 6 8. students _______________ d. 40 b) a = 3; b = 7 6) Mary made an array of start to represent 3 x 5 as shown below. 1. birds _______________ Part B: If Tom schedules 3 rides on Monday, which expression could he use to determine how many passengers would have rode in his plane? a) a = 4; b = 5 d. (2 x 4) + 8 7. Mrs. Rivera _______________ Write the possessive form of each noun on the line. Then use that possessive form in a sentence. b. 30 9 x 3 = (a x 3) + (b x 3) a) a = 4; b = 2 e. Write your answers on the lines and then print this page. a. 48 2) What values for a and b would make the equation true? Part B: If Tom schedules 2 rides on Monday, which expression could he use to determine how many passengers would have rode in his plane? 6. elephants _______________ Practice c. 35 d. 51 a. 8 x (3 + 3) 2 + (3 + 3) (2 + 3) x 3 (2 x 3) + (3 x 3) 2 x (3 + 3) Name __________________________________ Apostrophes 1 Part A: How many passengers can Tom’s plane hold? c. 48 2) What values for a and b would make the equation true? 3) Select all the expressions that could be used to find 8 x 6. Name __________________________________ 5) Tom is giving airplane rides over the lake. His plane has 7 seats in each row. The seat row numbers go up to 5. 6. Do you know all the words to “the star-spangled banner”? Rewrite each sentence, making sure the titles are written correctly. Write each proper noun correctly. 1. That theater is showing an old musical called my fair lady. 1. tuesday 13. On wednesday, we will read another book. 7. “the legend of sleepy hollow” is a famous American short story. 2. labor day 14. Ms. davis wrote the book. 3. rio grande 2. There is a story about the snowstorm in the new york times. 15. It is called state ﬂags. 4. chicago 8. alice in wonderland was on television last week. 3. The secret garden is one of my favorite books. 16. Did you know betsy ross made the ﬁrst ﬂag? 5. april 17. The ﬂag of the united states has stars and stripes. 4. Mike delivers the san francisco chronicle every day. 6. abraham Lincoln 7. Thomas jefferson 8. December 9. Thursday 10. san diego zoo 4 Copyright © McGraw-Hill Education, a division of The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. Copyright © McGraw-Hill Education, a division of The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. 18. We celebrate this holiday in june. 19. I read the book salute to ﬂags to our class. 20. We will have no school on friday. 5 Copyright © McGraw-Hill Education, a division of The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. a. b. c. d. Day 5 1) Mary has 2 pages with 3 stickers on each page. Tom has 3 pages with 3 stickers on each page. Which expression shows how many stickers Mary and Tom have altogether? 5) Tom is giving airplane rides over the lake. His plane has 4 seats in each row. The seat row numbers go up to 8. Part 6 LANGUAGE 6.1 Conventions of Standard English Copyright © McGraw-Hill Education, a division of The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. 1) Mary, Tom, and Tim collect stamps. Each of them collected 5 green stamps and 2 red stamps. Which expression shows how many stamps Mary, Tom, and Tim collected altogether? Part 6 LANGUAGE 6.1 Conventions of Standard English 6 7 Part 6 LANGUAGE Part 6 LANGUAGE 6.1 Conventions of Standard English Name __________________________________ 6. Donna did you ﬁnd what you wanted? Practice Write your answers on the lines and then print this page. Print this page and then write your answers. 6.1 Conventions of Standard English Name __________________________________ Commas 2 Practice Part 6 LANGUAGE 6.1 Conventions of Standard English Name __________________________________ Commas 1 A. Part 6 LANGUAGE 6.1 Conventions of Standard English Name __________________________________ End Punctuation 1 7. Yes I found poems stories and novels. Practice 8. Kathy did you see all the cooking magazines? Decide if each sentence is a statement , a question , a command , or an exclamation . Write the type of sentence on the line. Write your answers on the lines and then print this page. Rewrite each sentence. Add commas where they are needed. Add commas where they belong in each sentence. 1. Donna Hal and Kathy are at the library. 1. You could ﬁnish your homework now or you could wait until later. 2. There are carrots potatoes and onions in the stew. 1. Do you want to play ball? 9. Yes I can’t wait to try all these recipes. 2. There are books magazines and DVDs on the shelves. 3. At camp, we can play games hike on the trails or swim in the lake. 4. Anna will set the table and her brother will wash the dishes. 2. What a great idea that is! 10. Everyone let’s gather our books before the library closes. 5. We saw lions giraffes and zebras at the zoo. B. Add commas where they are needed in each item. 3. Hal do you want books on animals? 3. I ll get my ball and my glove. 4. No I want books on baseball soccer and hockey. 4. Bring your new bat, Ashley. 6. 453 Main St. Trenton New Jersey 7. Your friend 5. Wear your team shirts. 8. January 1 2002 ccslh_g3_lg_6.1_i_2.02.11_link1.1.indd Page 2 18/07/11 9:25 AM s-087 /Volumes/114/GO00867/CCSS_LITERACY_EHANDBOOK/OHIO/ANCILLARY/CCSS_LITERACY_EHANDBOO /Volumes/114/GO00867/CCSS_LITERACY_EHANDBOOK/OHIO/ANCILLARY/CCSS_LITERACY_EHANDBOOK... ccslh_g3_lg_6.1_i_2.02.11_link3.1.indd Page 1 18/07/11 9:24 AM s-087 1 Copyright © McGraw-Hill Education, a division of The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. Copyright © McGraw-Hill Education, a division of The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. Kent Ohio Copyright © McGraw-Hill Education, a division of The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. 5. I used to like animals but now I like sports. 9. Dear Uncle Al 10. 76 Third Ave. /Volumes/114/GO00867/CCSS_LITERACY_EHANDBOOK/OHIO/ANCILLARY/CCSS_LITERACY_EHANDBOO /Volumes/114/GO00867/CCSS_LITERACY_EHANDBOOK/OHIO/ANCILLARY/CCSS_LITERACY_EHANDBOOK... ccslh_g3_lg_6.1_i_2.02.11_link3.1.indd Page 2 18/07/11 9:24 AM s-087 2 6. The sun is very bright today. 7. Please wear your caps. 8. Take water with you. 9. When will the game begin? 10. How pretty the park looks today! /Volumes/114/GO00867/CCSS_LITERACY_EHANDBOOK/OHIO/ANCILLARY/CCSS_LITERACY_EHANDBOO /Volumes/114/GO00867/CCSS_LITERACY_EHANDBOOK/OHIO/ANCILLARY/CCSS_LITERACY_EHANDBOOK... ccslh_g3_lg_6.1_i_2.02.11_link3.1.indd Page 3 18/07/11 9:24 AM s-087 3 /Volumes/114/GO00867/CCSS_LITERACY_EHANDBOOK/OHIO/ANCILLARY/CCSS_ 1 Part 6 LANGUAGE Part 6 LANGUAGE Part 6 LANGUAGE Part 6 LANGUAGE 6.1 Conventions of Standard English 6.1 Conventions of Standard English 6.1 Conventions of Standard English 6.1 Conventions of Standard English Name __________________________________ Name __________________________________ End Punctuation 2 Name __________________________________ Practice Rewrite each sentence correctly by adding commas and quotation marks where they belong. Fill in the missing quotation marks and commas in the following dialogue. 1. Ray visited the Alamo 7. Mother called back You are doing great! Write your answers on the lines and then print this page. Print this page and then write your answers. Write each sentence with the correct punctuation. 6. Mother, watch me swim I called. Practice Practice Write your answers on the lines and then print this page. Name __________________________________ Quotation Marks 2 Quotation Marks 1 1. “Does anyone want to go swimming? Mother asked. 8. I cannot hear you! I shouted. 1. It is a nice day for swimming Mother said. 2. We will go swimming” my sister and I answered. 2. Have you been to the Alamo 9. You are doing great! my mother repeated. 3. “Loni, get the towels” Mother said. 2. Mother warned Don’t go out too far. 4. I will get the sunscreen I said. 3. The Alamo is in Texas 10. Let’s come to the pool again tomorrow my sister said. 5. “I will make some lunch Mother added. 3. We won’t my sister and I promised. 6. “Can we have turkey sandwiches? my sister asked. 4. Point to Texas on the map 7. Mother replied “Yes. 4. Do you want to race? my sister asked. 8. I’m ready now, my sister shouted. 5. How hot it is there 9. I said So am I! 5. No running! the lifeguard yelled. 10. Let’s go! we exclaimed. 9. The Mexican general Santa Anna fought there 10. Find out more about the Alamo 2 1 Copyright © McGraw-Hill Education, a division of The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. 8. What a place the Alamo is Copyright © McGraw-Hill Education, a division of The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. 7. The Alamo was once a mission Copyright © McGraw-Hill Education, a division of The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. 6. Did Davy Crockett ﬁght at the Alamo 2 3