Deeply-Digital Curricula for 3rd Grade

For 3rd grade, we currently have curricula for

  • ELA (aligned to MAISA)
  • Social Studies (aligned to MAISA/MC3)
  • Science (aligned to the NGSS, Next-Generation Science Standards)
  • Math (aligned to Eureka Math/EngageNY)

create an account at https://roadmap.center 

Check out the How-To Videos to learn how to use, modify, and share your Roadmap.

Sample Lessons Below Picture

Unit Roadmaps are “hierarchical” – and thus one Roadmap can expand and expand until the actual student lesson is reached. Note that the sample Roadmaps will open inside the Collabrify Roadmap Center. – see the Need Help? tab for further assistance.

 

 Social Studies Roadmaps Overview 

  • aligned with the Michigan Social Studies Standards
  • incorporates materials from the MIOpenBook and MAISA/MC3
  • four units about Michigan including Michigan’s Geography, Economy, Government, and Early History

 2020-2021 Teacher Version Roadmap of the Full Year Curricula for Social Studies 

This is the teacher version of the full year for Social Studies for the 2020-2021 school year.

Either click on the picture or click here to view the Roadmap. This will open your own copy of the Roadmap in https://roadmap.center that you can personalize and send to your students.

 Example Lesson of the Teacher Version of a Social Studies Roadmap 

This is a teacher version of the lesson: “How did the French and the Fur Trade Change Michigan?” 

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 Example Lesson of the Student Version of a Social Studies Roadmap 

This is a student version of the lesson: “How did the French and the Fur Trade Change Michigan?” 

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 Science Roadmaps Overview 

We gratefully acknowledge Lucas Education Research for its support of the Multiple Literacies in Project Based Learning Project (ML-PBL). PI: Dr. J. Krajcik, Michigan State University, MSU CREATE for STEM, Co-PI’s: Dr. Annemarie Palincsar, University of Michigan, and Emily Miller, Independent Consultant. As well, we wish to acknowledge the support of the National Science Foundation (#1123965, #1249312)

-aligned with the Michigan Science Standards and are based on the

NGSS – Next Generation Science Standards.

-four units including Squirrels & Stegosauruses, Building Toys, Birds, and Community Gardens

 2019-2020 Teacher Version Roadmap of the Full Year Curricula for Science 

This is the teacher version of the full year for Science for the 2019-2020 school year.
 For more about the updated version for the 2020-2021 school year please email us at [email protected]

Either click on the picture or click here to view the sample Roadmap. This will open your own copy of the Roadmap in https://roadmap.center that you can personalize and send to your students.

 Example of the Teacher Version of a Science Roadmap Unit 

This is a teacher version of the whole unit: “Toys”. 

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 Example Lesson of the Student Version of a Science Roadmap 

This is a student version of the lesson: “Explain Moving Toys” 

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 Math Roadmaps Overview 

  • aligned with the Michigan Mathematics Standards
  • materials from the EngageNY Math (formerly Eureka Math)

 2020-2021 Math Unit – Module 1 

This unit Roadmap is Module 1 of the Math Curricula for the 2020-2021 school year.

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 Example Lesson of the Teacher Version of a Math Roadmap 

This is a teacher version of the lesson: “How can I understand equal groups of as multiplication?” 

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 Example Lesson of the Student Version of a Math Roadmap 

This is a student version of the lesson: “How can I understand equal groups of as multiplication?” 

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 Take a Deep Dive into Two Roadmaps for EngageNY Math 3rd Grade with our Educators: 

Our team has streamlined and enriched EngageNY 3rd grade math lessons. Learn about the teacher resources in our ENY Math Roadmaps.
~Dawn Michalak

Explore the student-centered nodes on the 3rd Math EngageNY Roadmaps. Learn how the apps support tasks that foster mathematical practices for students to think deeply and DO math!
~Puja Mullins

 ELA Roadmaps Overview 

  • aligned with the Michigan Reading and Writing Standards
  • based on the MAISA units and Lucy Calkins’s workshops
  • incorporates individual and collaborative learning activities

 2020-2021 Reading Unit 1 – Launching Strong Reading Habits 

This unit Roadmap is Unit 1 of the Reading Curricula for the 2020-2021 school year.

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 Example Lesson of the Teacher Version of a Reading Roadmap 

This is a teacher version of the lesson: “Readers Predict What and How Details Will Happen”. 

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 Example Lesson of the Student Version of a Reading Roadmap 

This is a student version of the lesson: “Readers Predict What and How Details Will Happen”. 

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 2020-2021 Writing Unit 1 – Writing True Stories 

This unit Roadmap is Unit 1 of the Writing Curricula for the 2020-2021 school year. I

Either click on the picture or click here to view the Roadmap. This will open your own copy of the Roadmap in https://roadmap.center that you can personalize and send to your students.

 Example Lesson of the Teacher Version of a Writing Roadmap 

This is a teacher version of the lesson: “Readers Predict What and How Details Will Happen”. 

Either click on the picture or click here to view the sample lesson.

 Example Lesson of the Student Version of a Writing Roadmap 

This is a student version of the lesson: “Readers Predict What and How Details Will Happen”. 

Either click on the picture or click here to view the sample lesson.

create an account at https://roadmap.center 

Check out the How-To Videos to learn how to use, modify, and share your Roadmap.