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Equivalences

Third Grade Lessons
  1. All Things Being Equal II - The equals sign signifies that amounts on each side are the same. The students will use Unifix blocks and the corresponding equations to represent equalities between additive amounts.
  2. All Things Being Equal III - The students will write equations to represent verbal statements and successive transformations that maintain or do not maintain the equality.
  3. Comparing Different Functions - The students will discuss, represent, and solve a verbal problem involving the choice between two functions.
  4. Dots Problem - We present to the students a problem dealing with a growing pattern over time. To begin, there is one dot. With each passing minute four more dots are drawn around the previous dot(s).
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