 Southwest Elementary Global Academy
 Units of Study
Tysinger, Michelle

Third Grade Math
3rd Grade Math Lessons and Links
Standard  Day
Links
NBT.2 Place Value
Lesson: NBT.2 Place Value  Day 1 Video: https://youtu.be/Tai2tpaT2Xw
Lesson: NBT.2 Place Value  Day 2 Video: https://youtu.be/gt1pVERbxMc
Lesson: NBT.2 Place Value  Day 3
NBT.2 Add/Subtract
Lesson: NBT.2 Add/Subtract  Day 1 Video: https://youtu.be/q3fKWGpxzbY
Lesson: NBT.2 Add/Subtract  Day 2 Video: https://youtu.be/N5R1_daPOx0
Lesson: NBT.2 Add/Subtract  Day 3 Video: https://youtu.be/MQ84K6sIZgk
Lesson: NBT.2 Add/Subtract  Day 4 Video: https://youtu.be/onOkR5ylKmk
Lesson: NBT.2 Add/Subtract  Day 5 Video: https://youtu.be/cgHB1LTOe2A
Standard  Day
Links to Lesson and Video
OA.1
Solve M/ D Problems
Lesson: OA.1 Solve Multiplication and Division Problems  Day 1
Video: https://youtu.be/kpYzgGHlihk
Lesson: OA.1 Solve Multiplication and Division Problems  Day 2
Lesson: OA.1 Solve Multiplication and Division Problems  Day 3
Video: https://youtu.be/Z7wYsnWUWVU
Lesson: OA.1 Solve Multiplication and Division Problems  Day 4
Standard  Day
Links
OA.3
1 Step Multiplication Problems 
Lesson: OA.3 Solve One Step Multiplication Problems  Day 1
Video: https://youtu.be/P5kSmPB2wQA
Lesson: OA.3 Solve One Step Multiplication Problems  Day 2
Video: https://youtu.be/Y0x76vgUFZM
Lesson: OA.3 Solve One Step Multiplication Problems  Day 3
Video: https://youtu.be/GrSklBePtAI
Lesson: OA.3 Solve One Step Multiplication Problems  Day 4
Video: https://youtu.be/YYVxcrwCEOs
Standard  Day
Links
OA.9
Patterns in Multiplication
Lesson: OA.9 Patterns in Multiplication  Day 1
Video: https://youtu.be/BvyCLoVjfNc
Lesson: OA.9 Patterns in Multiplication  Day 5
Video: https://youtu.be/Yu7HoR87nuk
Standard  Day
Links
OA.8 Problem Solving
Lesson: OA.8 Problem Solving  Day 1 Video: https://youtu.be/lQYy7Cghwg4
Lesson: OA.8 Problem Solving  Day 2 Video: https://youtu.be/8Bc8wut9uU0
Lesson: OA.8 Problem Solving  Day 3
Lesson: OA.8 Problem Solving  Day 4
Lesson: OA.8 Problem Solving  Day 5
Lesson: OA.8 Problem Solving  Day 6
Standard  Day
Links
MD.3
Read/Interpret Data
Lesson: MD.3 Read/Interpret Data  Day 1
Video: https://youtu.be/SsxobTAj24
Lesson: MD.3 Read/Interpret Data  Day 2
Lesson: MD.3 Read/Interpret Data  Day 3
Video: https://youtu.be/FkQShyLid0E
Lesson: MD.3 Read/Interpret Data  Day 4
Lesson: MD.3 Read/Interpret Data  Day 5
Standard  Day
Links
NBT.3 Multiples of 10
Lesson: NBT.3 Multiples of 10  Day 1 Video: https://youtu.be/ydMvNOwcbnI
Lesson: NBT.3 Multiples of 10  Day 2 Video: https://youtu.be/PG2PXnYfACU
Lesson: NBT.3 Multiples of 10  Day 3
Lesson: NBT.3 Multiples of 10  Day 4
Lesson: NBT.3 Multiples of 10  Day 5
Lesson: NBT.3 Multiples of 10  Day 6
Standard  Day
Links
OA.2 Division
Lesson: OA.2 Division  Day 1 Video: https://youtu.be/E8WREMG6nVU
Lesson: OA.2 Division  Day 2
Lesson: OA.2 Division  Day 3 Video: https://youtu.be/DPp2TCv_N0c
Lesson: OA.2 Division Day 4
Lesson: OA.2 Division  Day 5 Video: https://youtu.be/UqzYYkKfR7E
Lesson: OA.2 Division  Day 6
Lesson: OA.2 Division  Day 7
Lesson: OA.2 Division  Day 8
Lesson: OA.2 Division  Day 9
Standard  Day
Links
OA.3 M/D Word Problems
Lesson: OA.3 M/D Word ProblemsDay 1 Video: https://youtu.be/I1KMZytOknk
Lesson: OA.3 M/D Word Problems  Day 2
Lesson: OA.3 M/D Word ProblemsDay 3Video: https://youtu.be/Ql7XQ7vpvZU
Lesson: OA.3 M/D Word Problems  Day 4
Lesson: OA.3 M/D Word Problems  Day 5
OA.3 M/D Word Problems  Day 6
Lesson: OA.3 M/D Word Problems  Day 6
Standard  Day
Links
OA.7 M/D Facts
Lesson: OA.7 M/D Facts  Day 1 Video: https://youtu.be/GKjcCCfBrYQ
Lesson: OA.7 M/D Facts  Day 2 Video: https://youtu.be/6h92yjhYomY
Lesson: OA.7 M/D Facts  Day 3
Lesson: M/D Task Cards with QR Codes Division Task Cards with QR Codes
Lesson: OA.7 M/D Facts  Day 5
Standard  Day
Links
OA.6 Unknown Factors
Lesson: OA.6 Unknown Factors  Day 1 Video: https://youtu.be/jiVIOZk3w
Lesson: OA.6 Unknown Factors  Day 2 Video: https://youtu.be/P9sCoxJ45c
Lesson: OA.6 Unknown FactorsDay 3 Answer Key
Lesson: OA.6 Unknown Factors  Day 4
Lesson: OA.6 Task Cards OA.6 Game
Standard  Day
Links
OA.8 2 Step Word Problems
Lesson: OA.8 2 Step Word Problems  Day 1
Video: https://youtu.be/EKbmmm51M
Standard  Day
Links
G.1 Attributes of Shapes
Lesson: G.1 Attributes of Shapes  Day 1 Video: https://youtu.be/q1uTVAoSk4
Lesson: G.1 Attributes of Shapes  Day 2 Video: https://youtu.be/j8waZ7b98E
Lesson: G.1 Attributes of Shapes  Day 3 Video: https://youtu.be/HfaXRZvtAuI
Lesson: G.1 Attributes of Shapes  Day 4 Video: https://youtu.be/_me0ojbNUcs
Standard  Day
Links
MD.7 Area
Lesson: MD.7 Area  Day 1 Video: https://youtu.be/YOqoWUpoOwk
Lesson: MD.7 Area  Day 2
Lesson: MD.7 Area  Day 3 Video: https://youtu.be/Pp1ohwH2oZo
Lesson: MD.7 Area  Day 4
Lesson: MD.7 Area  Day 5 Video: https://youtu.be/zNv6gbGDDYQ
Lesson: MD.7 Area  Day 6 Video: https://youtu.be/I1NzazQpm7c
Lesson: MD.7 Area  Day 7
Standard  Day
Links
NF.1 Introduction to Fractions
Lesson: NF.1 Intro to Fractions  Day 1Video: https://youtu.be/CWmbxL8no64
Standard  Day
Links
NF.2
Fractions on a Number Line
Lesson: NF.2 Fractions on a Number Line  Day 1
Video: https://youtu.be/SDieX1fPN4
Lesson: NF.2 Fraction on a Number Line  Day 2
Video: https://youtu.be/DgGIwELt0q8
Lesson: NF.2 Part of Group with Unit Fractions  Day 4
Video: https://youtu.be/Faq8As5YClc
Lesson: NF.2 Whole Group with Unit Fractions  Day 5
Video: https://youtu.be/bcS76SuSJmo
Standard  Day
Links
NF.3 Equivalent Fractions
Lesson: NF.3 Equivalent Fractions  Day 1Video: https://youtu.be/IxKTF5XeipE
Lesson: NF.3 Equivalent Fractions  Day 4 Video: https://youtu.be/lXZljYbVPak
Standard  Day
Links
NF.4 Compare Fractions
Lesson: NF.4 Compare FractionsDay 1 Video: https://youtu.be/9eHtmePTAwg
Lesson: NF.4 Compare Fractions  Day 2
Lesson: NF.4 Compare FractionsDay 3 Video: https://youtu.be/kVvpQHSnxLc
Lesson: NF.4 Compare Fractions  Day 4
Lesson: NF.4 Compare Fractions  Day 5
Lesson: NF.4 Compare Fractions  Day 6
Lesson: NF.3 Fractions Review  Day 7
Standard  Day
Links
MD.1 Telling Time
Lesson: MD.1 Telling TimeDay 1 Video: https://youtu.be/ulbVUOmvhWM
Lesson: MD.1 Telling TimeDay 2
Lesson: MD.1 Time ProblemsDay 3 Video: https://youtu.be/_l7mhuKBoxQ
Lesson: MD.1 Solve Time ProblemsDay 4
Standard  Day
Links
MD.8 Perimeter
Lesson: MD.8 PerimeterDay 1 Video: MD.8 PerimeterDay 1
Lesson: MD.8 PerimeterDay 2 Video: https://youtu.be/1sTNdS6ksK4
Lesson: MD.8 PerimeterDay 3
Lesson: MD.8 PerimeterDay 4
Lesson: MD.8 PerimeterDay 5
Standard  Day
Links
MD.5 Area
Lesson: MD.5 AreaDay 1 Video: https://youtu.be/xXYeN4z1hY
Lesson: MD.5 AreaDay 2 Video: https://youtu.be/3tdJ1v1bFho
Lesson: MD.5 AreaDay 3
Lesson: MD.5 AreaDay 4
Standard  Day
Links
MD.2 Measurement
Lesson: MD.2 MeasurementDay 1 Video: https://youtu.be/59RlD7xGFTQ
Lesson: MD.2 MeasurementDay 2 Video: https://youtu.be/rm02f8SCNpo
Lesson: MD.2 MeasurementDay 3 Video: https://youtu.be/faNCUYuhQYE
Lesson: MD.2 MeasurementDay 4
Lesson: MD.2 MeasurementDay 5
Lesson: MD.2 MeasurementDay 6
Lesson: MD.2 MeasurementDay 7

NCDPI ELA Question Stems
Grade 3 Reading Literature StandardsKey Ideas & Evidence
RL.3.1 Question Stems
Ask and answer questions to demonstrate
understanding of a text, referring explicitly to the
text as the basis for the answers.● What are the major events that happen in the story?
● What happens in the poem?
● Who are the characters and how are the characters influenced by the
major events?
● What evidence (words, phrases, illustrations) from the text helps you
know this?
● What is the setting of the story?
● What are the most important details?
● Which details from the text can you point out that support your ideas?RL.3.2 Question Stems
Recount stories, including fables, folktales, and
myths from diverse cultures; determine the
central message, lesson, or moral and explain
how it is conveyed through key details in the text.● Is this a myth, fable or folktale? How do you know?
● What happens in the beginning, middle and end of the story?
● What is the central message, lesson or moral of the story? What details
from the text does the author use to convey this?RL.3.3 Question Stems
Describe characters in a story and explain how
their actions contribute to the sequence of
events.● What are the traits of the main character and/or characters in the story?
What does the author want you to know about _______
(motivations/feelings)?
● What is the problem the main character is trying to solve?● What are the actions of ________that help resolve the problem in the
story? How do the characters respond?
● How does _______ (character’s feeling) about _______contribute to
the story?
● What are the sequence of events in the story?Craft & Structure
RL.3.4 Question Stems
Determine the meaning of words and phrases as
they are used in a text, identifying words that
impact the meaning in a text.● What words do you know in the sentence that can help you figure out
the meaning of that word or phrase?
● What clues does the author provide?
● What are the most important words and phrases in this text? How do
these words influence the meaning of the text?
RL.3.5 Question StemsRefer to parts of stories, dramas, and poems
when writing or speaking about a text, using
terms such as chapter, scene, and stanza;
describe how each successive part builds on
earlier sections.● What are the elements of stories, poems, and dramas and how do the
elements function?
● If you were recounting a story, what parts would you speak or write
about to tell about the beginning, middle, and end?
● What happens in the first scene in a drama? How does each scene
build on the previous one and move the action forward?
● What is the poem about from the first stanza?
● How do the stanzas build on one another to create meaning?RL.3.6 Question Stems
Distinguish their own point of view from that of
the narrator or those of the characters.● Who is telling the story?
● What is the main character’s story and what is he/she like?
● What is the main character’s point of view _______ (in particular
chapters, or the whole text)? What details help you know this?
● How is the narrator’s or main character’s point of view different than
yours?
● Are there other characters that share your point of view?Integration of Ideas & Analysis
RL.3.7 Question Stems
Explain how specific aspects of a text’s
illustrations contribute to what is conveyed by the
words in a story.● What is the story about?
● What do the illustrations tell you about the characters, the setting, the
plot?
● How do the illustrations help create mood?
● How do the illustrations contribute to what the words are saying in the
story?
● What do the illustrations tell you that the words do not?
RL.3.9 Question StemsCompare and contrast the themes, settings, and
plots of stories written by the same author about
the same or similar characters.● How are the themes in the stories similar? How are they different?
● How are the setting and plots in the stories similar? How are they
different?
● Do you come away with the same or similar feelings about the
characters in each story?Range of Reading & Level of Complexity
RL.3.10 Question Stems
By the end of grade 3, read and understand
literature at the highend of the 23 text
complexity band proficiently and independently
for sustained periods of time. Connect prior
knowledge and experiences to text.● Are you reading a range of literary texts – stories, dramas, and poetry?
● What prior knowledge do you have about _______?
● How does what you know connect to what is happening in the text?
● What support do you need to read and comprehend this text on your
own?
● What strategies, prior knowledge and experiences would be helpful for
reading and comprehending a more challenging text on your own?NCDPI ELA Question Stems
Grade 3 Reading Informational StandardsKey Ideas & Evidence
RI.3.1 Question Stems
Ask and answer questions to demonstrate
understanding of a text, referring explicitly to the
text as the basis for the answers.● Who is this text about?
● What happens in this text?
● What specific details in the text help you understand the main topic?
● How do the words, pictures, and headings help you understand the
text?RI.3.2 Question Stems
Determine the main idea of a text; recount the
key details and explain how they support the
main idea.● What is the main idea of this text?
● What key details support the main idea?
● What do you need to include in a recounting of the key details?
● How do the key details support the main idea?
RI.3.3 Question StemsDescribe the relationship between a series of
historical events, scientific ideas or concepts, or
steps in technical procedures in a text, using
language that pertains to time, sequence, and
cause/effect.● Is the text you are reading about people and/or events in history, does
it explain a scientific idea or topic, or outline steps in a process or
procedure?
● What is the first, second, third step in this procedure?
● How are these two ideas (events, scientific concepts) related/different?
● What was the result of _______?
● What were the contributing factors that led to _______?● How are _______ and _______ connected?
● Which keywords does the author use to signal _______ (time,
sequence, or cause/effect)?Craft & Structure
RI.3.4 Question Stems
Determine the meaning of general academic and
domainspecific words and phrases in a text
relevant to a grade 3 topic or subject area.● What is this text mainly about?
● How can the photos and captions help you understand the text?
● How can other text features such as titles, bolded words, and headings
help you figure out what is happening in the text?
● Can you read the sentences around the _______ (word/phrase) to help
you understand the meaning?
● Can you read the words surrounding the _______ (word/phrase) to
help you understand its meaning?
● Is there a part of the word you already know?
● Did the author use any clues such as providing an example or a
synonym for the word?RI.3.5 Question Stems
Use text features and search tools to locate
information relevant to a given topic efficiently.● What specific information do you need to know? What is the purpose
for reading this text?
● Can you identify important words that will help you find the information
for your topic?
● How can you use organizational features such as the table of contents,
headings, subheadings and the index to locate information?
● How can you use informational features such as diagrams, charts,
maps, illustrations, captions, bold, italics, and colored print, and the
glossary to help locate information?● How can you use electronic features such as a menu, sidebar, icons,
search terms, and hyperlinks to help locate information?RI.3.6 Question Stems
Distinguish their own point of view from that of
the author of a text.● What is the topic of this text?
● Why do you think the author wrote this text?
● How does the author feel about the topic?
● How do you feel about this topic?
● Do you agree or disagree with the author? Why or why not?Integration of Ideas & Analysis
RI.3.7 Question Stems
Use information gained from illustrations and the
words in a text to demonstrate understanding of
the text.● What is the topic of this text?
● What visual information is used in the text? How does it give you a
better understanding than the text alone gives?
● How do the visual information and the text work together to help you
understand when, where, why, and how events happen?RI.3.8 Question Stems
Describe how the author connects ideas between
sentences and paragraphs to support specific
points in a text.● What is the topic of this text?
● What are the main ideas the author wants you to consider in this text?
● How did the author organize the text?
● How does the author connect the sentences and paragraphs?34
● Can you identify which words in the text help you know that the text is
organized by cause/effect? Using comparison? Sequential?RI.3.9 Question Stems
Compare and contrast the most important points
and key details presented in two texts on the
same topic.● What is the topic of this text?
● What are the most important points in each text?
● Where can you look to support your ideas about what is important?
● What are the similarities about the most important points?
● What are the differences about the most important points?Range of Reading & Level of Complexity
RI.3.10 Question Stems
By the end of grade 3, read and understand
informational texts at the highend of the 23 text
complexity band proficiently and independently
for sustained periods of time. Connect prior
knowledge and experiences to text.● Are you reading a range of informational texts – biographies;
autobiographies; texts about social studies, history, science, the arts,
and technical texts?
● What prior knowledge do you have about_____?
● How does what you know connect to what is happening in the text?
● What support do you need to read and comprehend this text on your
own?
● What strategies, prior knowledge and experiences would be helpful for
reading and comprehending a more challenging text on your own?