Remember when we were in the middle of our fraction unit and we were dividing? Think about the problem about bows: Avery had 6 yards of ribbon. He’s making bows for packages, and each bow uses 1/3 of a yard of ribbon. How many bows can he make? Then think about how we all said 1/18 for the answer? I’ll remind you of how we solved it:
Today your job is to create a fraction problem with division. I’m not going to tell you what the answer has to be–I want you to figure out that part, too! You can divide a whole number by a fraction (like this one), or you can divide a fraction by a whole number if you remember how to do that. Remember to make sure your story makes sense, that you have an answer that is LOGICAL, and that you sign your names so we know who’s amazing thinking it is! Good luck, friends!
Bob had 6 friends he invited them over to a party there was 1/4 of pie left. How much pie did each person get?
–Seamus,Zoe, Rebekah, Sophia, Jernandra
Joe has 6 pounds of flour for some cakes. He needs 1/3 of flour for each cake. How many cakes can he make.
~Owen, Aiden, Keelan, and Luke.
Bob had 8 pieces of paper. He need half a piece of paper to make a crane, how many cranes can he make?
~Aiden, Owen, Keelan, Luke.
Annie had a play to do, and she had to use 10 1/2 chocolate bars for the show. In the play she needs to share a 1/5 of the chocolate with 2 other friends. How many does each person get?
Anna K. , Don, Rosalee, and Jack Fearn
I had a gallon of french vanilla ice cream. There were 5 people in all that we had to share it with. How much ice cream would each person get?
. I made lasagna. I shared with my class every one got 1\10 of the lasagna.How much do I have?
Hi Mrs.Bearden. I got the kid blog app and I don’t know how to use it. It asks for the URL code can you send it to me??
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Never mind I figured it out
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