# A train Made of toy penguin

Going places is great, but it could always be more fun. What if you built an entire train out of toy penguins? It would probably take a whole lot of toy penguins to make a full-size train. Do you think that vehicle could hit a top speed of 99 MPH? Even if it isn’t as fast as a normal train, it’s definitely more fun.

Wee Ones:

Wheels are circles. Can you find any circles near you?

Little Kids:

If you have 8 polka-dot squishy toys and you want to put an equal number on the right and left sides of your car, how many should go on each side?

Bonus:

If it takes you 3 hours to build your toy penguin train and 4 hours to drive it to the other side of town, and you start building at 11 am, what time do you get to the other side of town?

Big Kids:

You’re gathering toy penguins to build your train and are putting the toy penguins in piles of 6. If you have 54 total toys, how many piles are there?

Bonus:

How could you group those 54 toys into equal piles that leave 3 toys out at the end?

Wee Ones:

Circles might include balls, plates, buttons…

Little Kids:

4 polka-dot squishy toys on each side.

Bonus:

You get to the other side of town at 6 p.m.

Big Kids:

9 piles.

Bonus:

You could make 3 piles of 17 toys to total 51 toys, leaving 3 out.

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