RISING GRADE 4 WEEK 2
ESSENTIAL
STANDARDS
MAFS.3.OA.1.1
MAFS.3.OA.1.2
MAFS.3.OA.1.3

LEARNING TARGETS

WEEK 2 PORTFOLIO
TAKE NOTES

PROBLEM SOLVING STRATEGIES
PORTFOLIO ITEMS
DAY 1
Show 6 x 3 in 2 different ways. You can show it with an array, equal groups, repeated addition, jumps on a number line, or with the area of a rectangle.
Complete addition fluency practice sheet “add2”.
As you practice math this summer, you will record your correct number . Remember that goal is to complete all problems correctly in 8 minutes. If you need to practice, check the FLUENCY tab in your summer learning web site. Practice daily until you reach this goal. I know you can do it.

Write a multiplication sentence for the array below:
Draw an array for the following problems. Write the product for each equation.
3 x 5 = _____ 2 x 8 = _____ 
LET'S LEARN
DAY 2
Show 32 ÷ 4 in 2 different ways. You can show it with an array, equal groups, repeated subtraction, jumps on a number line, or with the area of a rectangle.
Solve this problem. Use equations or drawing to show your answer.
Nina can practice a song 6 times in an hour. If she wants to practice the song 30 times before the recital, how many hours does she need to practice? 
How many groups of 6 are in 24? Use the hearts and write an equation to show how you found your answer.
_______________________ groups of 6
equation : ____________________ 
DAY 3
Solve this problem. Use equations or drawing to show your answer.
Maria has 12 feet of ribbon and wants to wrap some gifts that need 3 feet of ribbon each. How many gifts can she wrap using the ribbon? Solve this problem. Use equations or drawing to show your answer.
Caleb’s dad bought 12 hotdogs for Caleb and his 3 friends. How many hot dogs can they each have? ______________ Explain how you know your answer is correct. 
Solve this problem. Use equations or drawing to show your answer.
Susan wants to give her 5 friends 4 balloons each. How many balloons must she buy? ______________ Explain how you know your answer is correct. 