Our purpose is to help students develop key 21st Century Skills and master popular application software. Rather than present and teach computer concepts in isolation, the Kto8 lessons teach computer skills and apply them to core reading, writing, and math objectives. As a result, students gain meaningful reinforcement of key academic concepts while progressing toward technology literacy.

 

Third Grade Objectives

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The third grade academic objectives are listed below:

  • Recognize and understand greater than, less than, and equal to (<, >, =) using numbers from 0-9,999
  • Identify and compare fractions
  • Identify and compare decimals - tenths, hundredths
  • Repeat multiplication facts and solve basic problems
  • Round numbers to the nearest 10 and 100
  • Demonstrate an understanding of measurements (length - inches, feet, yards, centimeters, meters)
  • Demonstrate an understanding of measurements (liquids - cups, pints, quarts, gallons, liters)
  • Evaluate time - to the nearest minute, also days, months, years
  • Read a thermometer
  • Identify the operation necessary to solve a story problem
  • Interpret information in bar graphs, tables, and pictograms
  • Add and subtract different quantities of money
  • Locate positions on a grid or map using coordinates
  • Add and subtract - 2 and 3-digit numbers, regrouping
  • Divide simple numbers
  • Find perimeter and area of a given diagram or object
  • Read to identify setting, characters, events
  • Organize information logically
  • Write about what is read
  • Describe characteristics of folks tales, biographies, and autobiographies
  • Demonstrate an understanding of synonyms and antonyms
  • Identify multimeaning words and their individual meanings
  • Distinguish between fact and opinion
  • List characteristics of descriptive paragraphs
  • Edit writing for grammar, capitalization, punctuation, spelling
  • Use dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference books
  • Identify different parts of writing such as nouns, pronouns, and adjectives