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 3
ESSENTIAL STANDARDS:
MAFS.4.NBT.2.5

LEARNING TARGETS:

PORTFOLIO
TAKE NOTES

REMEMBER TO TAKE NOTES FOR LET'S LEARN
DAY 12multiplication with 1 digit
LET'S LEARN
2 DIGITS x I DIGIT WITH PARTIAL PRODUCTS

2 DIGITS x 1 DIGIT WITH PLACE VALUE



LET'S EXPLORE
SHOW YOUR LEARNING (portfolio items)
DAY1
DAY 2
LET'S LEARN
2D x 2D with PARTIAL PRODUCTS
2D x 2D using arrays

KHAN ACADEMY 2D x 2D MULTIPLICATION ALGORITHM
LET'S EXPLORE

SHOW YOUR LEARNING (portfolio items) DAY 3
1. Multiply 33 by 19. Show you work in two different ways.
3. Choose two ways to solve this problem.
The dancing bear family loves when their trainer gives them little treats to reward them for a good performance. If the trainer gives the dancing bear family 34 treats each show, how many treats will the trainer need for 22 shows? 
2. Jackson used an area model to show how he multiplied 37 x 16. Draw lines and write numbers to show how he might have multiplied the 2 numbers using an area model.
