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Tuesday Sept. 17, 2013 [ Day F ] English Science Social Studies Exploratory LUNCH -LOCKER TIME- Exploratory Math

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Tuesday Sept. 17, 2013 [ Day F ] ACTIVATOR (1)Put H.W. on the side of desk. (2)Take out your MATH notebook & binder. (3) In notebook, solve: Ms. Pan has 48 chocolate chip cookies to put into bags. How many bags can she fill if she puts the same number of cookies in each bag and uses all the cookies? Find all the possibilities. Explain your reasoning. Ms. Pan has 48 chocolate chip cookies to put into bags. How many bags can she fill if she puts the same number of cookies in each bag and uses all the cookies? Find all the possibilities. Explain your reasoning.

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Tuesday Sept. 17, 2013 [ Day F ] ACTIVATOR Ms. Pan has 48 chocolate chip cookies to put into bags. How many bags can she fill if she puts the same number of cookies in each bag and uses all the cookies? Find all the possibilities. Explain your reasoning. cookiesbags

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Tuesday Sept. 17, 2013 [ Day F ] ACTIVATOR Ms. Pan has 48 chocolate chip cookies to put into bags. How many bags can she fill if she puts the same number of cookies in each bag and uses all the cookies? Find all the possibilities. Explain your reasoning. cookiesbags 148

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Tuesday Sept. 17, 2013 [ Day F ] ACTIVATOR Ms. Pan has 48 chocolate chip cookies to put into bags. How many bags can she fill if she puts the same number of cookies in each bag and uses all the cookies? Find all the possibilities. Explain your reasoning. cookiesbags 148 1

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Tuesday Sept. 17, 2013 [ Day F ] ACTIVATOR Ms. Pan has 48 chocolate chip cookies to put into bags. How many bags can she fill if she puts the same number of cookies in each bag and uses all the cookies? Find all the possibilities. Explain your reasoning. cookiesbags 148 1 224 2

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Tuesday Sept. 17, 2013 [ Day F ] ACTIVATOR Ms. Pan has 48 chocolate chip cookies to put into bags. How many bags can she fill if she puts the same number of cookies in each bag and uses all the cookies? Find all the possibilities. Explain your reasoning. cookiesbags 148 1 224 2 316 3

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Tuesday Sept. 17, 2013 [ Day F ] ACTIVATOR Ms. Pan has 48 chocolate chip cookies to put into bags. How many bags can she fill if she puts the same number of cookies in each bag and uses all the cookies? Find all the possibilities. Explain your reasoning. cookiesbags 148 1 224 2 316 3 412 4

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Tuesday Sept. 17, 2013 [ Day F ] ACTIVATOR Ms. Pan has 48 chocolate chip cookies to put into bags. How many bags can she fill if she puts the same number of cookies in each bag and uses all the cookies? Find all the possibilities. Explain your reasoning. cookiesbags 148 1 224 2 316 3 412 4 68 86

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Tuesday Sept. 17, 2013 [ Day F ] ACTIVATOR Ms. Pan has 48 chocolate chip cookies to put into bags. How many bags can she fill if she puts the same number of cookies in each bag and uses all the cookies? Find all the possibilities. Explain your reasoning. cookiesbags 148 1 224 2 316 3 412 4 68 86 There are ten different ways to fill the bags. She can fill 48 bags with one cookie in each bag. Or she can fill one bag with 48 cookies. See table.

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OBJECTIVE(s)S): Students will be able to: Solve word problems using either the L.C.M or G.C.F.

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Ticket To Leave In your agenda, solve this problem: Ms. Pan has 12 Oreos cookies to put into bags. How many bags can she fill if she puts the same number of cookies in each bag and uses all the cookies? Find all the possibilities.

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