1. Life

2. Family and Friends

3. School and Teachers

4. Food

5. Books

6. Plants and Trees

7. Words

8. Popsicles

9. Internet

10. The Earth

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## My Top Ten Gratitude List

## Cupcake Math

## Concept Map

## Math problems

## Thunderstorms

## A Few Things I’m Grateful For and My Rock

## My Math Problems

## Different Sounds

## Blizzards

## My Windproof House

1. Life

2. Family and Friends

3. School and Teachers

4. Food

5. Books

6. Plants and Trees

7. Words

8. Popsicles

9. Internet

10. The Earth

6 times 4 = 26

4 times 6 = 26

26 divided by 6 = 4

26 divided by 4 = 6

There were 26 pencils. Each kid got 4 pencils.

How many kids were there?

This is the concept map that I made:

6 times 6 = 36 6 times 6 = 36

36 divided by 6 = 6 36 divided by 6 = 6

There were 36 carrots. Some bunnies ate 6 carrots.

How many bunnies were there?

Thunderstorms are storms with lightning and thunder. The way the cloud forms is air keeps rising from the ground and makes the cloud bigger and bigger. Sometimes the clouds are ten miles high!

A few things I’m grateful for are my family, food, and life.

I think 28 divided by 7 matches with C because your sharing 28 donuts evenly with 7 students. And I think the answer is 4. And I think 4 times 9 matches with B because there are 4 logs and 9 turtles on each log, and that’s 4 times 9. And I think the answer is 36.

There were 42 crayons. A kid split them equally between 6 friends. How many did each friend get?

There were 36 people. They split into 4 groups. How many people were in each group?

Leaves are blowing around in the wind, some TVs and cars in the background.

I like things made by hand,

But I’d rather watch animals run around on the ground.

Blizzards are big snow storms and they can last for a very long time. The snow in blizzards can get so high, that you can’t even open your front door! And it’s usually hard to see, because the wind is blowing the snow everywhere.

These are a couple pictures of my house and it stayed together when I put tape connecting the roof and house together, and by putting toothpicks in it to make stay in place!