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It’s A Dog’s World. Student’s Name Class Date. Farmer Jones raises dogs. He needs to feed his puppies. There are 12 puppies in his barn. One bowl will feed 4 puppies. How many bowls of food does Farmer Jones need to fix?.

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It’s A Dog’s World

Student’s Name

Class

Date


Farmer Jones raises dogs. He needs to feed his puppies. There are 12 puppies in his barn. One bowl will feed 4 puppies. How many bowls of food does Farmer Jones need to fix?

Solve the problem and then click on the right arrow buttons to see the author’s solution.


There are 12 dogs in the barn.

  • Click once on the screen to see 1 group of ten.

  • Click a second time on the screen to see 2 ones.


One bowl will feed 4 dogs.

Click once on the screen to see the dogs at their bowl.

12 – 4


Use one more bowl to feed 4 more dogs.

Click once on the screen to see these dogs at their bowl.

12 - 4 - 4


Use one more bowl to feed 4 more dogs.

Click once on the screen to see these dogs at their bowl.

12 - 4 - 4 - 4


There are no dogs left in the barn. We subtracted 3 groups of 4 dogs.

12 - 4 - 4 - 4 = 0


Farmer Jones will need to use 3 bowls to feed his dogs.

12 - 4 - 4 - 4 = 0


Comments from the Author

I enjoyed this activity……...

I learned that division is actually a shortcut for repeated subtraction.

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