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 4
ESSENTIAL STANDARDS:
MAFS.4.NBT.2.6

LEARNING TARGETS:

PORTFOLIO
TAKE NOTES

REMEMBER TO TAKE NOTES FOR LET'S LEARN
DAY 1
LET'S LEARN
DIVISION USING PARTIAL QUOTIENTS

SHOW YOUR LEARNING (portfolio items)
1. Seven friends are having ice cream sundaes with chocolate chips on top. There are 30 chocolate chips. Each friend will get an equal number of chocolate chips. Draw a model shows how the chocolate chips could be divided among the 4 friends.
Will there be any chocolate chips left over? ____ left over 
2. Write a story problem for 48 ÷ 6.
Show how you would solve the problem in two different ways.. 3. Solve using partial quotients. Show your work.
88 divided by 8 120 divided by 6 258 divided by 5 
DAYS 2 and 3
LET'S LEARN
VISUALLY UNDERSTANDING LONG DIVISION

DIVISION WITH AREA MODELS
LONG DIVISION WITH REMAINDERS

LET'S EXPLORE
SHOW YOUR LEARNING (portfolio items)
DAY 2

DAY 3

1. Six friends are sharing a game with 360 cards. Each friend gets the same number of cards. How many cards does each friend get? Show two ways of finding this answer.
2. Draw an array or area model to represent how you could solve this problem: 78 ÷ 3 = ?
3. Solve each problem. Show your work 138 ÷ 6 = __________ and 852 ÷ 3 = __________

1. Solve each problem. Show your work. 1476 ÷ 4 = and 3836 ÷ 7 =
2. There were 98 kids who signed up for the summer basketball league. The organizers are going to make 14 teams. How many kids will play on each team?
Write an equation to represent this problem. Use K to represent kids. Solve the equation. Show your work. 3. Write a division problem using a 3digit dividend and a 1digit divisor that results in a quotient with a remainder. Solve the problem. Show your work.
