# 3rd Grade Scope and Sequence

In order to homeschool third grade successfully and allow your child to reach all their objectives, it’s important to know what to teach and when. Since many concepts build on each other, teaching them in the right sequence will help students gain a thorough understanding before they move on to more advanced concepts.

Time4Learning provides the 3rd grade scope and sequence for math, language arts, science and social studies, and this page will give you an overview of what you can expect your child to learn with our award-winning curriculum.

## 3rd Grade Math Scope & Sequence

#### Lesson 1: Expanded Form

Convert numbers containing two to six digits from standard form to expanded form and vice versa.

#### Lesson 2: Writing Numbers

Write numbers up to six digits using oral and written cues.

#### Lesson 3: Comparing and Ordering Numbers

Order numbers up to six digits and compare numbers using the symbols <, >, and =.

#### Lesson 4: Rounding to the Nearest 10

Round numbers up to the ten-thousands to the nearest ten. Use number lines and knowledge of place value.

#### Lesson 5: Rounding to the Nearest 100

Round numbers up to the ten-thousands to the nearest hundred. Use number lines and knowledge of place value.

#### Lesson 6: Rounding Numbers

Round numbers to the nearest ten, to the nearest hundred, and to the nearest thousand.

#### Lesson 1: Addition

Add three or more single digit addends. (grouping property) Add 2- and 3-digit numbers. (with and without regrouping)

#### Lesson 2: Subtraction

Subtract 2-and 3-digit numbers. (with regrouping) Subtract 2- and 3-digit numbers when minuend has multiple zeros. (with regrouping)

#### Lesson 3: Estimate Sums and Differences

Estimate sums and differences using rounding.

#### Lesson 1: Introduction to Multiplication

An introduction to multiplication (0-12 x 0-12) including multiplication by 0 and 1, using arrays and tables.

#### Lesson 2: Multiples and Arrays

Define and list multiples of a given number (1-10). Explore multiplication as repeated addition and arrays.

#### Lesson 3: Multiply 2-digits by 1-digit

Multiply two whole numbers with and without regrouping in which one factor is a one-digit number and the other is a 2-digit number. Multiply mentally by 10, 100, and 1000.

#### Lesson 4: Multiply by a Multiple of Ten

Multiply one-digit whole numbers by multiples of 10 in the range 10 – 90 using strategies based on place value and properties of operations.

#### Lesson 5: Introduction to Division

An introduction to simple division problems including divisions involving 0 and 1 and divisions involving remainders using tables and other manipulatives.

#### Lesson 6: Division Facts

Recognize and use basic division facts to 100 ÷ 10, and identify dividend, divisor, and quotient. Describe these division properties: you cannot divide by 0, and any number divided by 1 equals that number.

#### Lesson 7: Interpreting Quotients

Represent and solve problems involving division. Interpret quotients of whole number as the either the number of objects in each share when objects are partitioned equally, or as the number of shares.

#### Lesson 8: Division Word Problems

Represent and solve problems involving division. Use division within 100 to solve word problems in situations involving equal groups by using drawings and equations with a symbol for the unknown number to represent the problem.

#### Lesson 9: Divide 2-digits by 1-digit

Divide two-digit dividends by one-digit divisors, with and without remainders.

#### Lesson 1: Identifying Patterns on an Addition Table

Identify arithmetic patterns using an addition table.

#### Lesson 2: Identifying Patterns on a Multiplication Table

Identify arithmetic patterns using a multiplication table, and explain them using properties of operations.

#### Lesson 1: Multiplying and Dividing to Solve Word Problems

Solve a multi-step word problem using multiplication and division.

#### Lesson 2: Understanding Division as an Unknown-Factor Problem

Understand division as an unknown-factor problem.

#### Lesson 3: Using Strategies to Multiply Within 100

Understand multiplication and use strategies to fluently multiply within 100.

#### Lesson 4: Using Strategies to Divide Within 100

Understand division and use strategies to fluently divide within 100.

#### Lesson 1: Understanding Fractions of a Whole

Recognize fractions as part of a whole and understand the meaning of the numerator and the denominator.

#### Lesson 2: Representing Fractions on a Number Line

Identify the fraction shown by a point on a number line and learn how to place a fraction on a number line.

#### Lesson 3: Understanding Equivalent Fractions with Models and Number Lines

Understand two fractions as equivalent if they are the same size, or the same point on a number line.

#### Lesson 4: Comparing Two Fractions with the Same Numerator or Denominator

Compare two fractions with the same numerator or the same denominator using fraction models.

#### Lesson 1: Parts of a Set or Whole

Identify parts of a set and parts of a whole with equivalent fractions with denominators up to 10.

#### Lesson 2: Equivalent Fractions

Identify equivalent fractions. (1/2 = 2/4)

#### Lesson 3: Compare and Order Fractions

Order fractions with like denominators and compare fractions using the symbols <, >, and =.

#### Lesson 4: Relate Fractions and Decimals

Explore the relationship between fractions and decimals. (tenths and hundredths)

#### Lesson 5: Write Decimals to Hundredths

Identify decimals to the hundredths place. Read and write decimals to the hundredths.

#### Lesson 6: Compare and Order Decimals

Order decimals to the hundredths place, and compare decimals using the symbols <, >, and =.

#### Lesson 1: Bills and Coins

Count collection of coins and bills up to \$50. Add and subtract dollar amounts. (dollar and cents)

#### Lesson 2: Word Problems

Solve word problems that involve the value of coins, bills, and making change.

#### Lesson 3: Unit Price

Solve problems involving unit price of items.

#### Lesson 1: Repeating Patterns

Identify and extend repeating patterns and apply pattern rules using shapes, colors and numbers.

#### Lesson 2: Numeric Patterns

Identify and extend patterns and apply pattern rules using a sequence of related numbers.

#### Lesson 3: Apply Pattern Rules

Apply the appropriate rule to complete a chart including input/output tables.

#### Lesson 1: Numeric Expressions

Represent and evaluate written relationships as numeric expressions.

#### Lesson 2: Solving for an Unknown in Multiplication Equations

Determine the unknown whole number in a multiplication equation relating three whole numbers.

#### Lesson 3: Solving for an Unknown in Division Equations

Determine the unknown whole number in a division equation relating three whole numbers.

#### Lesson 4: Equations

Solve for an unknown quantity in an equation. Example: 3 + __ = 7.(Example: missing addend or missing factor)

#### Lesson 5: Properties of Multiplication

Understand properties of multiplication and apply these properties as strategies to multiply.

#### Lesson 6: Properties of Division

Understand properties of division and apply these properties as strategies to divide.

#### Lesson 7: Properties of Addition and Multiplication

Use the Order (Commutative) and Grouping (Associative) Properties of Addition and Multiplication to find equivalent expressions or equations containing an unknown quantity.

#### Lesson 1: Segments, Lines and Line Pairs

Describe line segments, lines, and line pairs.

#### Lesson 2: Classifying Angles

Identify and classify angles as right, acute, or obtuse.

#### Lesson 3: Attributes of Polygons

Identify the attributes of polygons (sides and angles) and sort by particular characteristics of the plane figure.

#### Lesson 4: Attributes of Solid Figures

Identify the attributes of solid figures (edges, vertices, and faces) such as cubes, rectangular prisms, rectangular pyramids, cones, cylinders, and spheres and sort by particular characteristics.

#### Lesson 5: Nets

Identify and create a two-dimensional representation of a three-dimensional figure.

#### Lesson 1: Distance Between Two Points

Find the horizontal or vertical distance between two points on a coordinate grid.

#### Lesson 2: Ordered Pairs

Plot a point on a coordinate grid given an ordered pair and write the ordered pair of a point shown on a coordinate grid.

#### Lesson 3: Follow Directions on a Grid

After being given navigational directions from the initial point, identify the ordered pair of the final point.

#### Lesson 1: Congruent Shapes

Given a plane figure, identify the congruent shape and create a congruent shape using other plane figures.

#### Lesson 2: Slides, Flips, Turns

Apply a slide, flip, or turn to a plane figure and predict the result. Identify the image of a plane figure as a slide, flip, or turn.

#### Lesson 3: Line and Point Symmetry

Use line and point symmetry to identify and create symmetrical figures.

#### Lesson 1: Telling Time

Define, tell, and show time to the hour, half hour, and quarter hour. Define, tell, and show time to the 5 and 1 minute intervals.

#### Lesson 2: Elapsed Time

Find elapsed time using minutes, hours, days, and weeks. Develop measuring skills and demonstrate understanding of concepts related measuring time.

#### Lesson 3: Solving Problems of Elapsed Time Using a Number Line

Solve problems of elapsed time using a number line.

#### Lesson 4: Time Schedules

Interpret time schedules using minutes, hours, days, and weeks.

#### Lesson 1: Length

Define units of length. (inch, foot, yard, mile) Estimate and compare length. Measure to the nearest half-inch.

#### Lesson 2: Customary Units of Capacity

Define units of capacity. (cup, pint, quart, gallon) Estimate and compare capacity.

#### Lesson 3: Customary Units of Weight

Define units of weight. (ounce, pound) Estimate and compare weight.

#### Lesson 4: Temperature

Read thermometer to nearest 5-degree interval.

#### Lesson 1: Metric Units of Length

Define units of length. (centimeter, decimeter, meter) Estimate and compare length. Measure to the nearest centimeter.

#### Lesson 2: Metric Units of Capacity

Define units of capacity. (milliliters, liters) Estimate and compare capacity.

#### Lesson 3: Estimating and Comparing Mass

Define units of mass. (grams, kilograms) Estimate and compare mass.

#### Lesson 4: Temperature

Read thermometer to nearest 5-degree interval.

#### Lesson 1: Estimating and Measuring Volume

Estimate volumes of objects in liters and milliliters by comparing to benchmark objects.

#### Lesson 2: Solving Problems Involving Mass and Volume

Solve real-world problems involving mass in kilograms and grams, and volume in liters.

#### Lesson 1: Measuring the Area of a Rectangle Using Unit Squares

Measure the area of a rectangle using unit squares.

#### Lesson 2: Measuring Areas by Counting Unit Squares

Find the area of a figure by counting unit squares.

#### Lesson 3: Using Tiles to Measure Area of a Rectangle

Find the area of a rectangle by tiling and by multiplying the side lengths.

#### Lesson 4: Interpreting y = mx + b as a Linear Function

Interpret y = mx + b as a linear function.

#### Lesson 5: Multiplying to Find the Area of a Rectangle

Find the area of a rectangle by multiplying the length and width.

#### Lesson 6: Finding the Area of a Rectangle by Dividing into Smaller Rectangles

Find the area of a rectangle by dividing it into two smaller rectangles.

#### Lesson 7: Decomposing Shapes to Find Area with Multiplication and Addition

Find area by decomposing composite shapes into rectangles and adding the areas.

#### Lesson 1: Perimeter

Find perimeter by counting units and by adding lengths. Measure to find the perimeter. Select appropriate label for measurement.

#### Lesson 2: Area

Find area by counting units. Multiply to find area. Select appropriate labels of measurement.

#### Lesson 3: Comparing Perimeter and Area

Compare perimeter and area.

#### Lesson 1: Pictographs

Display and interpret data in pictographs.

#### Lesson 2: Bar Graphs

Display and interpret data in vertical and horizontal bar graphs.

#### Lesson 3: Tables

Display and interpret data in tables including tally, data, and frequency tables.

#### Lesson 4: Frequency Tables

Display and interpret data in frequency tables using two attributes.

#### Lesson 1: Certain, Possible, Impossible

Determine the certainty, likelihood, and fairness of events.

#### Lesson 2: Possible Outcomes

Determine and list all the possible outcomes of an event.

#### Lesson 1: Solving 2-Step Problems

Use Polya’s four-step method to solve two-step word problems using the four operations. Represent these problems using equations with a letter standing for the unknown.

#### Lesson 2: Solving 2-Step Problems and Assessing Reasonableness

Solve two-step word problems using the four operations. Assess the reasonableness of answers using mental computation and estimation strategies including rounding.

## 3rd Grade Language Arts Scope & Sequence

#### Lesson 1: Synonyms – 4 Activities

The student will demonstrate knowledge by determining the meaning of synonyms from grade level appropriate vocabulary, by correctly choosing a given word or phrase that means the same thing, in reading.

#### Lesson 2: Antonyms – 4 Activities

The student will demonstrate knowledge by determining the meaning of antonyms from grade level appropriate vocabulary, by correctly choosing a given word or phrase that means the opposite, in reading.

#### Lesson 3: Prefixes – 4 Activities

The student will be able to analyze and determine the correct meaning of a word, based on the prefix of the root word or how the prefix is used in the context of a passage.

#### Lesson 4: Suffixes – 4 Activities

The student will be able to analyze and determine the correct meaning of a word, based on the suffix of the root word or how the suffix is used in the context of a passage.

#### Lesson 5: Homophones – 4 Activities

The student will be able to identify and select the appropriate homophone or word that sounds the same, based on the context of a passage which fits the best meaning of the given word or phrase.

#### Lesson 6: Idioms – 4 Activities

The student will be able to identify and analyze the author’s use of idioms, based on the context of a passage and how these expressions are used in literal and interpretative information.

#### Lesson 1: Think Aloud Level 1 – 4 Activities

Use the reading comprehension process skills of summarizing, predicting, visualizing, questioning, and clarifying with extensive scaffolding and support, through think aloud prompts.

#### Lesson 2: Think Aloud Level 2 – 3 Activities

Use the reading comprehension process skills of summarizing, predicting, visualizing, questioning, and clarifying with scaffolding and support, through think aloud prompts.

#### Lesson 3: Think Aloud Level 3 – 2 Activities

Use the reading comprehension process skills of summarizing, predicting, visualizing, questioning, and clarifying to independently read and comprehend texts with minimal think aloud support.

#### Lesson 1: Making Inferences and Drawing Conclusions – 6 Activities

Use knowledge, information, and ideas from literary or expository texts to make inferences about the text (e.g., make inferences, draw conclusions, make generalizations, and infer sequence of events.

#### Lesson 2: Main Idea and Theme: Fiction – 3 Activities

Identify the main idea(s) or theme(s), distinguishing them/it from supporting details in a literary text.

#### Lesson 3: Summarizing – 3 Activities

Develop summaries or paraphrase information from literary or expository text containing context clues.

#### Lesson 4: Characters – 3 Activities

Identify characters and compare and contrast characters within a literary text.

#### Lesson 5: Setting – 3 Activities

Identify and describe the setting(s) in a literary text

#### Lesson 6: Plot – 3 Activities

Identify plot by using story elements including the main problem and solution.

#### Lesson 1: Main Idea and Supporting Details: Nonfiction – 4 Activities

Identify the main idea(s) using the supporting details in an expository text.

#### Lesson 2: Text Features & Nonliteral Meanings (A) – 6 Activities

Students will be introduced to variations in language, specifically how common phrases like “spilled the beans” can have nonliteral meanings.

#### Lesson 3: Text Features & Nonliteral Meanings (B) – 9 Activities

Students will understand some variations in language, specifically how common phrases like “penny pincher” can have nonliteral meanings, and that digital texts have specific features, like hyperlinks.

#### Lesson 4: View, Shades & Context Clues (A) – 10 Activities

Students will be introduced to the concepts of shades of meaning, point of view, and context clues. They will apply these skills when reading two authentic nonfiction texts, “Homesick” and “Wall of Wonder”.

#### Lesson 5: View, Shades & Context Clues (B) – 9 Activities

Students will review shades of meaning, point of view, and context clues. They will apply these skills when reading an authentic nonfiction text, “Cats versus Dogs: Who makes a better friend?”

#### Lesson 6: View, Shades & Context Clues (C) – 7 Activities

Students will review shades of meaning, point of view, and context clues. They will apply these skills when reading an authentic nonfiction text, “Food Fight.”

#### Lesson 7: Author’s Purpose – 3 Activities

Identify and use knowledge of the author’s purpose to comprehend the writing of a literary or expository text.

#### Lesson 8: Charts and Graphs – 3 Activities

Read and interpret charts and graphs.

#### Lesson 9: Compare and Contrast – 6 Activities

Compare and contrast characters, settings, ideas, information and/or plot within a text or between two or more genre sources (literary or expository) that include figurative language such as similes.

#### Lesson 10: Comparing & Academic Vocabulary (A) – 10 Activities

Students will be introduced to scientific vocabulary and high utility academic words. Main idea and details will be reviewed before students compare and contrast these elements in two nonfiction texts.

#### Lesson 11: Comparing & Academic Vocabulary (B) – 11 Activities

Students will be introduced to scientific vocabulary and high utility academic words. Main idea and details will be reviewed before students compare and contrast these elements in two nonfiction texts.

#### Lesson 12: Comparing & Academic Vocabulary (C) – 9 Activities

Students will be introduced to scientific concepts, high utility academic words, and root words. Students will compare and contrast the main ideas and details in two nonfiction texts about ice.

#### Lesson 13: Sequential Order – 4 Activities

Identify literary or expository text that is organized in sequential/chronological order using words (first, next, last, then, finally, etc.) or phrases (to begin with, in addition to, etc.).

#### Lesson 14: Fact and Opinion – 3 Activities

Distinguish between fact and opinion in an expository text.

#### Lesson 15: Cause and Effect – 3 Activities

Identify and distinguish between cause and effect in expository and literary texts.

#### Lesson 1: State Simulation Test – 3 Activities

Students will demonstrate knowledge of comprehension skills on grade level appropriate literary and expository passages, with questions that simulate a high-stakes assessment.

#### Lesson 1: Reading & Responding – 4 Activities

The student will learn thematic content through discovery, and achieve comprehension by reading literature with emphasis on vocabulary. Authentic fiction literature is included.

#### Lesson 2: Language Arts – 3 Activities

Through a series of learning activities focused on discovery, recognition, and application, the student will practice language arts skills.

#### Lesson 1: Reading & Responding – 4 Activities

The student will learn thematic content through discovery, and achieve comprehension by reading literature with emphasis on vocabulary.

#### Lesson 2: Language Arts – 3 Activities

Through a series of learning activities focused on discovery, recognition, and application, the student will practice language arts skills.

#### Lesson 1: Reading & Responding – 4 Activities

The student will learn thematic content through discovery, and achieve comprehension by reading literature with emphasis on vocabulary.

#### Lesson 2: Language Arts – 3 Activities

Through a series of learning activities focused on discovery, recognition, and application, the student will practice language arts skills.

#### Lesson 1: Reading & Responding – 4 Activities

The student will learn thematic content through discovery, and achieve comprehension by reading literature with emphasis on vocabulary.

#### Lesson 2: Language Arts – 3 Activities

Through a series of learning activities focused on discovery, recognition, and application, the student will practice language arts skills.

#### Lesson 1: Reading & Responding – 4 Activities

The student will learn thematic content through discovery, and achieve comprehension by reading literature with emphasis on vocabulary.

#### Lesson 2: Language Arts – 4 Activities

Through a series of learning activities focused on discovery, recognition, and application, the student will practice language arts skills.

#### Lesson 1: Reading & Responding – 4 Activities

The student will learn thematic content through discovery and achieve comprehension by reading literature with emphasis on vocabulary. Authentic Caldecott-winning fictional literature is included.

#### Lesson 2: Language Arts – 3 Activities

Through a series of learning activities focused on discovery, recognition, and application, the student will practice language arts skills.

#### Lesson 1: Reading & Responding – 4 Activities

The student will learn thematic content through discovery and achieve comprehension by reading literature with emphasis on vocabulary. Authentic fiction literature is included.

#### Lesson 2: Language Arts – 3 Activities

Through a series of learning activities focused on discovery, recognition, and application, the student will practice language arts skills.

## 3rd Grade Science Scope & Sequence

#### Chapter 1: Forces

Changes in Motion focuses on motion and the forces (like gravity and friction) that can change it as well as patterns of motion that can be predicted.

#### Electricity & Magnetism

Electricity & Magnetism focuses on the invisible forces of static electricity and magnetism as well as conductors and insulators and current electricity.

#### Life Cycles

Life Cycles focuses on the fact that all living things (plants and animals) have a unique life cycle but that they all include the stages of birth, growth and development, reproduction, and death.

#### Inheritance & Environment

Inheritance & Environment focuses on traits of living things and how they can be inherited or acquired, or influenced by the environment.

#### Adaptations & Variations

Adaptations & Variations focuses on changes in behavior and physical characteristics that can happen in a species, based on their needs and their environment.

#### Weather & Climate

Weather & Climate focuses students’ attention on designing solutions for weather related hazards as well as weather patterns and the affects of weather on our every day lives.

#### Our Solar System

Our Solar System focuses on the sun, our eight planets and other smaller bodies orbiting within our solar system.

## 3rd Grade Social Studies Scope & Sequence

#### Introduction: Earth’s Physical Features

Students are introduced to geography.

#### Geography

Students will explain how a globe can help us understand our world.

#### Water

Students will use a globe to identify the oceans and other bodies of water on Earth.

#### Land

Students will use a globe to identify the continents and other land features of Earth.

#### Earth’s Climate

Students will use a globe to recognize characteristics of major climate regions.

#### Vearl’s Report and Test: Earth’s Physical Features

Students will review Vearl’s summary of information taught in the chapter and then will answer questions to check their understanding of the material.

#### Introduction: Maps: Tools for Exploring Earth

Students are introduced to the understanding that maps are tools used to explore Earth.

#### Maps

Students will compare information found on globes and maps.

#### Using Maps

Students will use map features to read and understand maps.

Students will understand how GPS and satellites are used to plan routes.

#### Vearl’s Report and Test: Maps: Tools for Exploring Earth

Students will review Vearl’s summary of information taught in the chapter and then will answer questions to check their understanding of the material.

#### Introduction: People on Earth

Students are introduced to considerations people make when deciding where to live.

#### Natural Resources

Students will identify some natural resources and connect how they relate to needs.

#### Geography and Settlement

Students will describe how the environment, people, and activities in an area can affect decisions about where to settle.

#### Regions

Students will identify five US regions and describe how environmental and human characteristics make states in the same region similar.

#### Vearl’s Report and Test: People on Earth

Students will review Vearl’s summary of information taught in the chapter and then will answer questions to check their understanding of the material.

#### Introduction: North America and the Colonies

Students are introduced to history.

#### North America

Students explore what North America was like before Europeans arrived.

#### Tools for Studying the Past

Students examine primary sources to learn about what happened in the past.

#### The New England Colonies

Students use primary sources to learn about the Pilgrims and their journey to and colonization of Plymouth.

#### The Middle Colonies

Students explore the origins of and what life was like in the Middle Colonies.

#### The Southern Colonies

Students explore the origins of and what life was like in the Southern Colonies.

#### Vearl’s Report and Test: North America and the Colonies

Students will review Vearl’s summary of information taught in the chapter and then will answer questions to check their understanding about what was taught in the chapter.

#### Introduction: The Road to Revolution

Students are introduced to the understanding that there was a series of events that led to the building of a new nation.

#### No Taxation Without Representation

Students will explain the colonists’ reactions to taxes imposed by the British government.

#### The Boston Tea Party

Students will explain how the Boston Tea Party was a protest against the British government.

#### The Colonists Unite to Help Boston

Students will describe how the British responded to the Boston Tea Party.

#### The First Battles

Students will describe why it was difficult for the British to surprise the American colonists.

#### A New Nation

Students will examine how decisions about war led to the building of a new nation.

#### Vearl’s Report and Test: The Road to Revolution

Students will review Vearl’s summary of information taught in the chapter and then will answer questions to check their understanding of the material.

#### Introduction: Forms of Government

Students are introduced to forms of government.

#### Government

Students will explore the purpose and work of government and three different forms of government: monarchy, autocracy, and democracy.

#### Democracy and the Constitution

Students will investigate the choices made to build a government for the United States, identify the three branches of the federal government, and learn about checks and balances in government.

#### Democratic Customs

Students locate democratic countries in the world and compare election day traditions.

#### Vearl’s Report and Test: Forms of Government

Students will review Vearl’s summary of information taught in the chapter and then will answer questions to check their understanding of the material.

#### Introduction: Rules and Laws

Students are introduced to rules and laws.

#### Federal Laws

Students explore the steps needed for a bill to become a federal law.

#### States and Their Laws

Students learn how state governments are organized and how they make laws.

#### Local Rules and Laws

Students learn how local governments are organized and how they make laws.

#### Vearl’s Report and Test: Rules and Laws

Students will review Vearl’s summary of information taught in the chapter and then will answer questions to check their understanding of the material.

#### Introduction: US Rights and Responsibilities

Students are introduced to rights and responsibilities.

#### Rights and Responsibilities

Students will identify some rights that all people deserve, and their responsibilities to others.

#### Changing the US Constitution

Students will describe how the US Constitution can be changed.

#### Rights and Slavery

Students recount instances when people were denied their rights.
##### Women Win the Vote
Students will describe how women in the United States got the right to vote.
###### Vearl’s Report and Test: US Rights and Responsibilities
Students will review Vearl’s summary of information taught in the chapter and then will answer questions to check their understanding of the material.

#### Introduction: Consumers and Producers

Students are introduced to economics.

#### Consumers

Students will explore how consumers meet their wants and needs.

#### Producers

Students will explore how producers offer goods and services.

#### Scarcity and Surplus

Students will explore how scarcity and surplus affect economic decisions.
##### Vearl’s Report and Test: Consumers and Producers
Students will review Vearl’s summary of information taught in the chapter and then will answer questions to check their understanding of the material.

#### Introduction: Prices, Markets, and Technology

Students will examine ways that prices affect markets.

#### Prices and the Market

Students will answer questions to check their understanding about the topic and lesson vocabulary.

#### Technology

Students will consider ways technology affects business.

#### Vearl’s Report and Test: Prices, Markets, and Technology

Students will review Vearl’s summary of information taught in the chapter.

#### Introduction: Money and Savings

Students are introduced to the understanding that money can be spent or saved.

#### What is Money?

Students will discover how systems of money were developed and learn about some of the money used around the world.

#### Saving and Investing Money

Students will discover ways to save money and learn how investing works.

#### Vearl’s Report and Test: Money and Savings

Students will review Vearl’s summary of information taught in the chapter and then will answer questions to check their understanding of the material.

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