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Domain: Geometry K.G.1 . CATHY JONES Secondary Math Instruction Specialist Center for Mathematics and Science Education Arkansas NASA Education Resource Center 346 N. West Avenue, Room 202 Fayetteville, Arkansas 72701 (479) 575-3875

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Domain: Geometry K.G.1

CATHY JONES

Secondary Math Instruction Specialist

Center for Mathematics and Science Education

Arkansas NASA Education Resource Center

346 N. West Avenue, Room 202

Fayetteville, Arkansas 72701

(479) 575-3875

(479) 575-5680 (FAX)

E-mail: cej001@uark.edu

Web: cmase.uark.edu

Wiki: cmasemath.pbworks.com

The Order of Pumpkins

on the Fence

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The Order of Pumpkins

on the Fence Row

What color is a pumpkin?

Orange, of course …or sometimes white.

Did you know that pumpkins come in other colors, too?

They can be tan, or red, or even blue.

Unripe pumpkins are green and some are yellow, at least for a while, on their way to being fully ripe.

That’s 7 different pumpkin colors!

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The Order of Pumpkins

on the Fence

The orange pumpkin ~ the most common color ~ should be placed in front of all the other pumpkins.

Put the pumpkins in the correct order along the fence.

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The Order of Pumpkins

on the Fence

The blue pumpkin, grown in Australia, is exactly in the middle of the row of pumpkins on the fence.

Put the pumpkins in the correct order along the fence.

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The Order of Pumpkins

on the Fence

The unripe colors, greenand yelloware neither first nor last. The yellow one is located next to the first pumpkin and the greenone is located next to the last pumpkin along the fence.

Put the pumpkins in the correct order along the fence.

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The Order of Pumpkins

on the Fence

The tan pumpkin, commonly used for canning, can be found between the green and blue pumpkins.

Put the pumpkins in the correct order along the fence.

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The Order of Pumpkins

on the Fence

The white pumpkin is really not so unusual. It can be found at the end of the row of pumpkins along the fence.

Put the pumpkins in the correct order along the fence.

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The Order of Pumpkins

on the Fence

The red pumpkin, a very new pumpkin color is located immediately after the yellow one.

Put the pumpkins in the correct order along the fence.

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Print this slide in color. Give each person a strip of 7 pumpkins. Have them cut them apart on the black lines.

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The Order of Pumpkins

on the Fence

ANSWERS

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Print this page onto the back of the previous slide, so that students can take it home and parents and see what they had to do.