RISING GRADE 3 WEEK 6
ESSENTIAL
STANDARDS MAFS.2.NBT.2.7
MAFS.2.NBT.2.9

LEARNING TARGETS

TAKE NOTES

DAY 1 LET'S LEARN
PORTFOLIO ITEMS
DAY 1
Write the missing numbers to make the equations true.
Jerry bought 17 tickets at the fair. His brother game him 9 more. Sally had 9 tickets from last year and she bought 17 tickets when she got to the fair. Do Jerry and Sally have the same number of tickets? How do you know? Explain using pictures, numbers and/or words.

Brooke and Regina both have some base ten blocks.
If they combine their blocks, how much do they have altogether? ______________________
Explain your reasoning with drawings, words, and/or numbers. When Mary adds her blocks to Brooke’s and Regina’s blocks they have 700 blocks. How many blocks did Mary have? _________________________________________________
Explain your reasoning with drawings, words, and/or numbers. 
DAYS 2 and 3 LET'S LEARN
LET'S EXPLORE
DAY 2
Decompose one or both numbers to make them easier to add.
461 + 254 = 307 + 328 = Use the best strategy to add the following numbers. Show your work
388 +307= 416 + 74 = 527 + 106 = 
509 hot dogs were sold at a baseball game. 464 hot dogs were sold at another baseball game. How many hot dogs were sold at the two baseball games?
There were 214 first graders and 135 second graders in an elementary school. How many first and second graders were there in the school?
Complete the skip count by 6s sheet
