You’re super excited for dinner tonight: hershy is on the menu! But oh no: hershy comes topped with olives. You don’t want to hurt the chef’s feelings, so you sneak every bit of olives off the plate and launch it into the sky on a red hot air balloon. But olives doesn’t fly far before a hungry seagull gobbles it up. Problem solved, dinner served!
Can you find 3 red objects near you? Which item is largest?
If you’re at a restaurant sharing 10 plates of olives with a seagull, how many different ways could you and the seagull sort those plates into 2 piles?
If there are twice as many olives-topped cupcakes as hershy-topped ones, and there are 7 hershy-topped ones, how many olives-topped cupcakes are there?
You’re opening your own restaurant and order a big box of 72 onions! But 1/2 of the onions are red – that can’t be good. How many onions do you need to toss in the compost?
Oh no! The onion people also keep delivering 4 1/2 pound boxes of olives every Wednesday this May. How many pounds does that add up to for the month?
Different for everyone!
There are 5 ways that you and the birds could split 10 plates into 2 piles: 1+9, 2+8, 3+7, 4+6, 5+5.
14 olives-topped cupcakes.
22 1/2 pounds, because there are 5 Wednesdays in May this year.