3.G-2 using the attributes and properties of plane figures to model, identify, compare, or describe plane figures (circles, rectangles, squares, and triangles)and solid figures (cubes, cylinders, or spheres)
3.G-7 using directional terms (inside, outside, right, left, horizontal, vertical) to describe relative location of objects in a picture
3.G-8 drawing real-world objects that consist of geometric shapes (squares, rectangles, triangles, or circles)
3.S&P Formulate questions, gather and interpret data, and make predictions
3.M6.1.1 Collect, record, organize, display, and explain the classification of data.
3.M6.1.2 Describe data from a variety of visual displays including tallies, tables, pictographs, bar graphs, and Venn diagrams.
3.M6.1.3 Use the terms "maximum" and "minimum" when working with a data set.
3.M6.1.4 Find and record the possibilities of simple probability experiments; explain differences between chance and certainty, giving examples.
3.M6.1.5 Conduct a survey and tally the results.
3.S&P-1 designing an investigation and collecting, recording, organizing, displaying, or explaining the classification of data in real-world problems (e.g., literature, self, or family), using bar graphs, and Venn diagrams
3 Form and use appropriate methods to define and explain mathematical relationships
3.M8.1.1 Translate problems from everyday language into math language and symbols.
3.M8.1.2 Use manipulatives, models, pictures, and language to represent and communicate mathematical ideas.
3.M8.1.3 Use everyday language to explain thinking about problem solving strategies and solutions to problems.
3.PS-2 representing mathematical problems using manipulatives, models, pictures, and/or everyday language; or using everyday language to explain thinking about the problem-solving strategies and solutions to problems