HOW TO TEACH 3RD GRADE FLORIDA BEST STANDARD MA.3.NSO.1.2

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Is this your first time teaching the 3rd grade Florida BEST Standard MA.3.NSO.1.2 to your students?

I put together a teacher guide for you to use as you create lesson plans for your students. You will find resources, anchor charts, math journal examples, vertical alignment and much more.

Save this post if you teach 3rd grade math because I’ll continue to add ideas to it as I collect them.

What is MA.3.NSO.1.2?

MA.3.NSO.1.2-Compose and decompose four-digit numbers in multiple ways using
thousands, hundreds, tens and ones. Demonstrate each composition or
decomposition using objects, drawings and expressions or equations.

Vocabulary Florida BEST Standard MA.3.NSO.1.2

  • Expression-is a number statement that does not have an equal sign
  • Whole Number-The natural numbers and zero
  • Compose-to make or form by combining parts
  • Decompose-to separate into parts

Florida BEST Standard MA.3.NSO.1.2 Vertical Alignment

(MA.2.NSO.1.2) Student learned to compose and decompose three-digit numbers in multiple ways using hundreds, tens and ones. Demonstrate each composition or decomposition with objects, drawings and expressions or equations.

(MA.4.NSO.1.1 and MA.4.NSO.1.2) Students will express how the value of a digit in a multi-digit whole number changes if the digit moves one place to the left or right. Also next year they will, read and write multi-digit whole numbers from 0 to 1,000,000 using standard form, expanded form and word form.

Anchor Chart Example

Florida BEST MA.NSO.1.2 anchor chart on floor with markers

Florida BEST Standard MA.3.NSO.1.2 Misconceptions

One common misconception with place value is students not conceptualizing the value of a digit within a number. Base ten blocks and place value disc are a great way for students to overcome this misconception. If you don’t have access to these resources, then make an anchor chart with the value of the place values on display for students to reference throughout the lesson. Encourage students to draw place value disc to build their understanding of place values.

Another common misconception is that students think decomposing numbers in different ways changes the value of the number. Again, using base ten blocks and counters will help students understand 59 tens is the same as 5 hundreds and 9 tens.

DOWNLOAD YOUR FREE 3RD GRADE FLORIDA BEST PLACE VALUE LESSON

If you’re looking for resources to help teach and review Florida BEST Standard MA.3.NSO.1.2 with your students, then check out the interactive math journal pages from my TPT shop.

You can download a FREE 3rd grade Florida BEST math journal lesson from start to finish here.

There is also a BUNDLE option available for you to check out for the best deal on ALL the 3rd Grade Florida BEST standards.

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MA.3.NSO.1.2 Exit Tickets and Assessments

Here are 4 assessment questions you can use to assess this standard with your students.

1. Select all the ways that express the number 8,601.
a. 8,000 + 600 + 11
b. 8,000 + 600 + 1
c. 861 π‘œπ‘›π‘’π‘ 
d. 8 π‘‘β„Žπ‘œπ‘’π‘ π‘Žπ‘›π‘‘π‘  + 6 β„Žπ‘’π‘›π‘‘π‘Ÿπ‘’π‘‘π‘  + 0 𝑑𝑒𝑛𝑠 + 1 π‘œπ‘›π‘’
e. 8 π‘‘β„Žπ‘œπ‘’π‘ π‘Žπ‘›π‘‘π‘  + 6 𝑑𝑒𝑛𝑠 + 1 π‘œπ‘›π‘’
2. The number 3,260 can also be expressed
as 32 hundreds and 6 tens.
Is this true or false?
a. True
b. False

Suggested Manipulatives

I highly recommend teaching place value in a concrete way that leads to conceptual understanding.

  • Base ten blocks are a great visual for students to help them learn the value of each digit. I like this set because it includes the thousands cube. I use the block to introduce the concept to my students, but it can get expensive to represent larger numbers with multiple thousands.
  • Place value disc are also a great cost-effective option. There is a greater variety with the place values, from one to millions. Each set also has 280 pieces so if you purchase a few sets there should be enough for your students to get their hands on the disc while exploring the lesson.
  • DIY Place Value Mats-Put a piece of card stock in a sheet protector and give students a dry erase marker. The dollar store has ones with erasers attached which is awesome. Students can draw place value charts on their DIY place value mats to help them during a lesson. Also saves time if students only have to draw the place value chart once and can switch out the numbers.

DOWNLOAD YOUR FREE 3RD GRADE FLORIDA BEST DATA TRACKING SHEETS

I’ve created a free downloadable β€œI Can” printable for you to use in your classroom.

3rd grade Florida BEST I can Sheet for standards

The data sheets are great for data notebooks with students to date and score standards throughout the year. Your teacher data notebook is another place to use the data sheets to monitor your classes’ progress towards mastery of the 3rd grade Florida BEST math standards.

Honestly, I enjoyed putting it together and seeing all of the β€œI Can” statements for each standard written out by domain. There we so many similarities that the transition is less overwhelming and more manageable than I expected.

Don’t forget to download your free copy today!

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