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Use your antlers and cereal. Then write the math problem and answer!
Rudy the Reindeer had 7 pieces of cereal on one antler and 7 pieces on the other. How many pieces of cereal does Rudy have in all?
Rudy has 18 pieces of cereal on his antlers. He ate 12 pieces. How many pieces are left?
Problem Solving:
Rudy has twelve pieces of cereal on his antlers. He wants to share them evenly with his best buddy Ralph. How can he do this? Draw your answer below.
5. Estimate how many cereal pieces Rudy can put on his antlers and record your estimate _________________. Now use the cereal to find out the actual number and record it here _________________.
Name __________________ Date;_______
Use the brown pipe cleaners to make antlers for Rudy the Reindeer. Then use your antlers and cereal to solve the problems below!
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