RISING GRADE 4 WEEK 7
ESSENTIAL
STANDARDS
MAFS.3.OA.4.8
MAFS.3.OA.4.9 
LEARNING TARGETS

TAKE NOTES

LET'S LEARN
PORTFOLIO ITEMS
DAY 1
Jake said that 5 times an even number always makes an even product. He also said that 5 times an odd number always makes an odd product.
Tell why you agree or disagree with Jake. Use what you know about patterns in multiplication and division to fill in the function table on the right.

Masha had 120 stamps. First, she gave her sister half of the stamps and then she used three to mail letters. How many stamps does Masha have left?

DAY 2
Jason says that 6 x 4 is the same as 5 x 4 and one more group of 4.
Tell why you agree or disagree with Jason. Show with drawing. 
Jake wants to buy a book about trains that costs $24. He earns $5 for yard work. He plans to save the rest from his weekly allowance of 3 dollars.
In how many weeks will he have saved enough? 
Complete division fluency practice sheet . You can create division fluency practice sheet on our fluency page.
As you practice math this summer, you will record your correct number . Remember that goal is to complete all problems correctly in 9 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.
 Set your timer for 9 minutes.
 Work as fast as you can. Put a line under the last problem you solved in 9 minutes.
 When you are done, have an adult check your answers.
 How many did you get right in 9 minutes? Record your number in addition fluency graph.
As you practice math this summer, you will record your correct number . Remember that goal is to complete all problems correctly in 9 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.
DAY 3
Suzy says an even number times an even number always makes an even product.
Tell why you agree or disagree with Suzy. Explain your answer and draw an explanation Mrs. Moore’s third grade class wants to go on a field trip to the science museum. *The cost of the trip is $245. The class can earn money by running the school store for 6 weeks. The students can earn $15 each week if they run the store.
1. How much more money does the third grade class still need to earn to pay for their trip? 2. Write an equation to represent this situation. 
1. Choose any two rows of the multiplication table below and highlight them.
2. Record your observations about each row, explaining a pattern you observe in each row. 3. Explain the pattern 4. Challenge: write an equation for that pattern 