IMPORTANT NOTE: you may notice that strategies used in solving problems are not always classic algorithms. For example  you will notice use of partial products and quotients. Please make sure that these are strategies that your student is using. These strategies are prerequisites to algebraic learning in grade 5 and above. If helping your child, please do not replace these strategies with rote algorithms.
RISING 5 WEEK 10
ESSENTIAL STANDARDS:
MAFS.4.NF 2.4

LEARNING TARGETS:

PORTFOLIO
TAKE NOTES

REMEMBER TO TAKE NOTES FOR LET'S LEARN
LET'S LEARN

LET'S EXPLORE 
SHOW YOUR LEARNING (portfolio items)
DAY 1
DAY 2
Use a fraction model to find a product of 5 x 1/2 and 3 x 1/7.
The 6 people at Mara’s birthday celebration will get onesixth of the cake each. Mara puts 36 candles on the cake so that each person gets the same number of candles on their piece of cake. How many candles will each person get on their piece of cake? Draw a picture to represent your thinking.

DAY 3
A high school basketball team scored a total of 108 points in their final game. Joanne scored exactly of all the points the team scored. Renee scored 42 points. How many points did the rest of the team score? _______________________ points
Explain your thinking with an explanation and number sentence. For a certain brand of orange soda, each can contains 4/5 cup of sugar.
