Warm Up 1.Break the 26 x 5 array into two smaller arrays that could help you solve the problem. Label the new dimensions (factors). Write the equation.

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Warm Up 1.Break the 26 x 5 array into two smaller arrays that could help you solve the problem. Label the new dimensions (factors). Write the equation to show how you broke apart the array. 2. Sara is putting a fence AROUND her garden. The garden is 15 feet long by 4 feet wide. How many feet of fence will she need? InOut 212 424 6 848 10 3.Complete the chart. What is the rule? 4. The Men’s fun run had 1,486 participants. The women’s fun run had 1,635 participants. How many more women participated than men? 5 22

TQ-Monday Cameron has 5 binders that he uses to hold photographs of family and friends. The first binder has 60 photographs. The second binder has 66 photographs. The third binder has 54 photographs. The fourth binder has 48 Photographs. The cost of each binder is \$8, and the cost for each page is \$2. All of the photographs in Cameron’s binders are the same size. Each page in a binder will hold 6 photographs. The fifth binder has 10 full pages. What is the total number of photographs in the 5 th binder?

TQ-Tuesday Exactly how many pages are in the 2 nd binder? Cameron has 5 binders that he uses to hold photographs of family and friends. The first binder has 60 photographs. The second binder has 66 photographs. The third binder has 54 photographs. The fourth binder has 48 Photographs. The cost of each binder is \$8, and the cost for each page is \$2. All of the photographs in Cameron’s binders are the same size. Each page in a binder will hold 6 photographs.

Today’s Tasks 1.Array Poster- Complete as a Class Step by Step (See next slide for directions) 2.Spiral Assessment #6 3.Multiplication Migration

Activity: Breaking apart Arrays Assign students arrays. Have students title their manila paper with their assigned array. In square 1, 2, and 3 students will demonstrate three different ways to break apart the array with grid paper. In square 4, students will write the steps they followed to break apart the array. 4 x 9 (4 x 4) + (4 x 5) 16 + 20 36 1. Draw array and label dimensions (factors) 2.Select factor to break apart. 3.Break factor in to two numbers that equal original factor when added together 4.Create partial equations 5.Solve for partial products 6.Add partial products together to solve 4 945 (2 x 9) + (2 x 9) 18 + 18 36 4 9 2 2 (4 x 7) + (4 x 2) 28 + 8 36 4 972

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