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Common Core Standards: 3.G.1

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**New York State Common Core Math Grade 3, Module 7, Lesson 4**

Lesson 4 Application Problem

The third-graders raised $437 in a fundraiser. The fourth-graders raised $68 less than the third-graders. How much money did the two grade levels raise altogether?

Definitions:

** Side**: Outside edge between 2 angles

** Parallel Sides**: Sides that will never cross

**Right Angle**: Angle that is the same as the corner of a piece of paper

**Quadrilateral**: 4-sided shape

**Polygon**: Many sided shape

**Trapezoids**: Quadrilaterals that have at least one set of parallel sides.

**Parallelograms**: Four-sided
polygons that have two sets of parallel sides.

**Diagonal**: A line between opposite corners

Lesson 4 Homework

1. Complete the chart by answering true or false.

2. a. Each quadrilateral below has at least 1 set of parallel sides. Trace each set of parallel sides with a colored pencil.

b. Using a straightedge, sketch a different quadrilateral with at least 1 set of parallel sides.

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Common Core Standards: 3.G.1

Related Topics:

Lesson Plans and Worksheets for Grade 3

Lesson Plans and Worksheets for all Grades

More Lessons for Grade 3

Common Core For Grade 3

Lesson 4 Application Problem

The third-graders raised $437 in a fundraiser. The fourth-graders raised $68 less than the third-graders. How much money did the two grade levels raise altogether?

Definitions:

Lesson 4 Homework

1. Complete the chart by answering true or false.

2. a. Each quadrilateral below has at least 1 set of parallel sides. Trace each set of parallel sides with a colored pencil.

b. Using a straightedge, sketch a different quadrilateral with at least 1 set of parallel sides.

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