﻿ Divide it up: puppies
Divide it up: puppies
Divide it up: puppies How to use
There are 20 toys
to share among 6 puppies.
There are 28 biscuits
to share among 6 puppies.
28 toys need to be put into packets. Each packet will hold a group of 6 toys.
28 biscuits need to be put into packets. Each packet will hold a group of 6 biscuits.
How many toys do you think each puppy will get?
How many biscuits do you think each puppy will get?
How many packets do you think you will need?
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How many toys are left over?
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Use the arrows to choose the number of toys you think each puppy will get.

Then select OK.

Now move the biscuits to the puppy to make your first group. Move one biscuit at a time until the puppy has its share of biscuits.

Then select Try to see if the other puppies get an equal share.

Move this group of biscuits to fill
the first packet.

Then select Try to see if the rest of
the biscuits fill the other packets.

Now move the toys to the puppy to make your first group. Move one toy at a time until the puppy has its share of toys.

Then select Try to see if the other puppies get an equal share.

That's right!

The puppies will get
0 toys each.

Now use the arrows to choose the number of toys left over.
Then select OK.

Next

That's not it.

You don't have enough toys to
give each of the puppies 6 toys.

Try again.

Not really ... you can't
cut up a toy!

Next

Complete the sentence, then select OK.

The puppies have
toys each. There are

toys left over.

Complete the sentence, then select OK.

The puppies have
whole biscuits and
of a biscuit each.

Complete the sentence, then select OK.

s divide into groups of will fill
packets. There is of a packet left over.
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