# Diagram/Key

Students determine how dogs can be walked in equal size groups.

Given three sets of numbers, students determine the total number of birds that come to a birdbath.

Students determine the number of bunnies, given the number of bunny ears.

Students count to answer how many sneakers are worn by four friends.

Students determine how many less apples are in a bowl than on a tray.

Students determine how many tiles Mr. Gomez needs to make a tile border along his kitchen walls.

Given a cost per pair of skateboard wheels, students determine how much money is needed to buy 846 skateboard wheels.

Students determine how many nuts Sam the squirrel hides under a rock.

Students count to determine the number of raisin eyes needed for six gingerbread men.

Students determine how many boxes of tile Mrs. Garcia needs to put a tile border along one side of her kitchen wall.