Week 8 measuring and counting activities Liz is making sushi and needs

Week 8 measuring and counting activities
 Liz is making sushi and needs to cook ½ cup of rice.  She uses ¾ cup of water in a pan, then adds the ½ cup of rice.  What is the total amount in the pan?
Addition, Join (add to) – results unknown½ cup + ¾ cup =?
Liz needed to cook rice for sushi, she has ¾ cup of water and a total of 1 ¼ cup volume in the pan.  How much rice was in the pan?
Addition, join (add to) – change unknown ¾ cup + ___ cup = 1 ¼ cups
Liz has a pan that holds a volume of 1 ¼ cup in it.  ½ cup is rice, how much water is in the pan?
Separate, (Subtraction), – results unknown 1 ¼ cup – ½ cup =?  
Liz has a total of 1 ¼ cups in a pan, ¾ cup of water is in the pan.  How much rice is in the pan?
Join (add to) -start unknown ___ + ¾ cup = 1 ¼ cup
Sara has a measuring cup that holds ¼ cup.  How many ¼ cups would she need to make 1 ¼ cup altogether? Show your answer in equal groups.
 
Addition (part- part whole), ¼, ¼, 1/4, ¼, ¼   each group is a different color.  For addition you can count up, adding ¼ cup each time till you total 1 ¼ cup. ¼ + ¼ + ¼ + ¼ + ¼ =?
 
Multiplication (equal group) there are 5 groups of ¼ therefore it would be written 5 x ¼ =?  
 
Terry is making chicken soup for a party.  She uses 6 cartons of chicken broth weighing a total of 13 ¼ pounds.  How much does one carton weigh?
Equal group – partitive Division, 13 ¼ pounds / 6 =?
Jim is playing with 1000 links.  There are six different colors for the links, each measuring 4.3 cm long.  If there are equal amounts of each color, how many links will there be of each color?
Area and array – Division, 1000 / 6 =?
 Dick and Sam are building a rope using 1000 links.  Each link measures 4.3 cm long.  How long will the rope be when all of the links are connected?
Multiplication, 1000 x 4.3cm =?  
Bob and Kate are connecting 1000 links end to end.  Each link is 4.3 cm long.  If they lose 4 links how long will the chain be when they run out of links?  
Step 1. Compare – difference unknown (how many less) Subtraction, 1000 – 4 =?   
Step 2.  Equal group – (measurement Multiplication), answer from step one x 4.3cm =?