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 6
ESSENTIAL STANDARDS:
MAFS.4.NF 1.1
MAFS.4.NF 1.2 
LEARNING TARGETS:

PORTFOLIO
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SHOW YOUR LEARNING (portfolio items)
DAY 1
DAY 2 and 3 COMPARING FRACTIONS
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DAY 3
Order these fractions from greatest to least.
The chart shows the amount of sugar used to make one quart of different flavored ice cream Which list shows the amount of sugar in each ice cream in order from least to greatest?
A. Chocolate, Vanilla, Cookie Dough, Mint
B. Chocolate, Cookie Dough, Mint, Vanilla
C Mint, Vanilla, Chocolate, Cookie Dough
D Mint, Vanilla, Cookie Dough, Chocolate
b)Strawberry ice cream has more sugar than the other ice cream flavors. How many cups of sugar could be in strawberry ice cream?
c) Rocky Road ice cream has less sugar than cookie dough ice cream but more sugar than vanilla ice cream. How many cups sugar could be in Rocky Road ice cream?
A. Chocolate, Vanilla, Cookie Dough, Mint
B. Chocolate, Cookie Dough, Mint, Vanilla
C Mint, Vanilla, Chocolate, Cookie Dough
D Mint, Vanilla, Cookie Dough, Chocolate
b)Strawberry ice cream has more sugar than the other ice cream flavors. How many cups of sugar could be in strawberry ice cream?
c) Rocky Road ice cream has less sugar than cookie dough ice cream but more sugar than vanilla ice cream. How many cups sugar could be in Rocky Road ice cream?