RISING 5 WEEK 2
ESSENTIAL STANDARDS:
MAFS.4.NBT.2.4
MAFS.4.OA.1.1 MAFS.4.OA.1.2 
LEARNING TARGETS:

PORTFOLIO
TAKE NOTES

REMEMBER TO TAKE NOTES FOR LET'S LEARN
DAY 1
LET'S LEARN

LET'S EXPLORE 
SHOW YOUR LEARNING (portfolio items)
Write a subtraction problem for which the difference equals 1,557. Show your work.
Write an addition problem in which an addend is 1,557. Show your work . 
Find the sum of 4,518 and 648.
Show your work Find the difference between 3,428 and 8,254. Show your work . 
DAY 2
please note that problem 1 is continuation of DAY 1
LET'S LEARN

LET'S EXPLORE

SHOW YOUR LEARNING (portfolio items)
Bob solved a math problem this way:
632 178 546 Is his answer correct ? Use pictures, numbers, and words to show your reasoning. 
Madeline has three times as many fish as Mallory. If Madeline has 18 fish, how many fish does Mallory have? Use pictures and/or words to explain your answer.
Mallory has _______ fish 
DAY 3
LET'S LEARN 1

LET'S LEARN 2

SHOW YOUR LEARNING (portfolio items)
Eric and Bryan live next door to each other and are best friends. They love to play Wii each afternoon after school. Eric just got his Wii and has 9 video games. Bryan has 54 video games! How many times more video games does Bryan have than Eric?
Bryan has _______________more video games than Eric. Explain how you found your answer 
Joey weighs 45 pounds. His older brother, Scott, weighs 3 times as much as Joey and 5 times as much as their little brother, Nick. List the weights of each brother and explain how you solved below.

3. Abby and her friend Chris each ran a lemonade stand on their streets. When Abby and Chris compared what they had earned, Chris said, “Wow! You made $200! That’s 4 times as much as I earned!” This made Abby wonder how much Chris earned. Look at the two models below that Abby drew to figure out how much Chris earned.
Explain why you think the model you chose best represents the relationship between Abby and Chris’s earnings.