Lesson 2 Share More Sandwiches
Let’s use diagrams and expressions to represent division situations.
Warm-up Estimation Exploration: Name that Fraction
The large rectangle represents 1. What fraction of the large rectangle is shaded?
Record an estimate that is:
Activity 1 One Sandwich
Jada’s family made sandwiches to share at a family celebration.
Complete the table to show much sandwich each person gets.
sandwiches being shared
number of people sharing sandwiches
amount of sandwich each person gets
Choose one row from the table and represent your thinking with a diagram.
What patterns do you notice in the table?
Activity 2 Card Sort: Sandwich Match
Your teacher will give you a set of cards. Match each representation with a situation and expression. Some situations and expressions will have more than one matching representation.
Choose one set of matched cards.
Show or explain how the diagram(s) and expression represent the number of sandwiches being shared.
Show or explain how the diagram(s) and expression represent the number of people sharing the sandwiches.
How much sandwich does each person get in the situation?
4 hikers equally share 3 liters of water. How many liters of water does each hiker drink? Explain or show your reasoning.
4 hikers equally share 5 liters of water. How many liters of water does each hiker drink? Explain or show your reasoning.