*Wee ones:*If you smear a layer of melted chocolate, then a layer of peanut butter, then a top layer of chocolate, how many layers does your giant candy cup have?

*Little kids:*If the factory poured 9 buckets of melted chocolate for the bottom and 1 more than that for the top, how many buckets of chocolate did the top get?

*Bonus:*How many yummy buckets of chocolate did they use in total?

*Big kids:*If they’ve already dumped 400 out of 444 pounds of ingredients into the pool, how many more pounds do they have left to pour?

*Bonus:*If you wanted to make a whole bunch of 2-pound peanut butter cups with those 444 pounds of ingredients, how many could you make?

*The sky’s the limit:*If the amount of peanut butter is 2/5 the amount of chocolate, what fraction of the

*whole peanut butter cup*is the peanut butter? Answers:

*Wee ones:*3 layers of ingredients.

*Little kids:*10 buckets.

*Bonus:*19 buckets.

*Big kids:*44 pounds.

*Bonus:*222 candy cups.

*The sky’s the limit:*It’s 2/7 of the total. If there are 2/5 pound of peanut butter for every pound of chocolate, then we have 2/5 + 5/5 = 7/5 pounds total. 2/5 is 2/7 of 7/5. If you think of each fifth as a chunk, 2/5 will count as 2 of the 7 chunks.