RISING GRADE 4 WEEK 1
ESSENTIAL
STANDARDS MAFS.3.NBT.1.1
MAFS.3.NBT.1.2
MAFS.3. OA.4.8

LEARNING TARGETS

WEEK 1 PORTFOLIO
TAKE NOTES

LET'S LEARN

LET'S EXPLORE

PORTFOLIO ITEMS
DAY 1
Round each number to the nearest 10 and the nearest 100
Add. Show your work.
Write 2 numbers that round to 480 when rounded to the nearest 10. Use a number line to explain your response. _________________ __________________
Write 2 numbers that round to 800 when rounded to the nearest 100. Use a number line to explain your response. ___________________ _____________________ 
Complete addition fluency practice sheet “add1”.
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.

DAY 2
Subtract. Show your work
The table shows the weight of animals at the zoo. Use the table to answer the questions below. Show your work
How much do the polar bear and gorilla weigh together?
How much more does the tiger weigh than the zebra?
There were 501 building blocks in a tub. Jackson used 245 to build a truck How many blocks were left? Show your work.
How much do the polar bear and gorilla weigh together?
How much more does the tiger weigh than the zebra?
There were 501 building blocks in a tub. Jackson used 245 to build a truck How many blocks were left? Show your work.
DAY 3
Josie needs 85 cupcakes for a birthday party. She has 31 strawberry cupcakes and 16 chocolate cupcakes. How many more cupcakes does she need? Show your work using equation or model.
Vincent is reading a book that has 260 pages. He read 35 pages on Monday night, and 40 pages on Tuesday night. Let p stand for how many pages Vicente has left to read? Write an equation. Then, solve the problem. Show your work.

Amanda has 14 fewer stuffed animals than Beth. Beth has 40 stuffed animals. How many stuffed animals does Amanda have?
a) Write an equation that represents this problem. Use a symbol for the unknown number b) Solve the problem. Use words, numbers or pictures to explain your reasoning. 