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Fractions, PEH, and more

Hello again! This week I am going to answer some questions Nancy printed out to help people with writing blogs.


So, during PEH this week I worked on fractions a lot with Nancy. I really enjoy doing them with her. I have sorted them out in a number line from biggest to smallest using brownies as an example.

Next week I plan to color some mandalas, make more bathbombs (hopefully), and have fun!

I felt really good when I completed the fractions correctly.





Question: Pretend you have $100, but you were not allowed to keep it for yourself. You have to give it to charity or a person. Who would you give the money to? What would you want the person to do with it?


Answer: I would give $50 to charity and I would give $50 to the #onecampus fund raiser. I would want the charity to help homeless people and people with no food. I would want the school to put it towards buying the new campus.

One comment

  1. NancyT says:

    I have a lot of fun working with fractions with you too 🙂 I LOVE fractions. It feels really good to understand what they mean visually. It was neat to put them out on the number line and think about what they mean. Like when we thinking about if 8/9 or 9/10 is bigger. 9/10 is only 1/10 away from a whole. 8/9 is 1/9 away from a whole. So 9/10 is bigger because it’s closer to being a whole than 8/9 is!

    Also, that’s sweet that you would give money back to the school and people in need. I know that you care a lot about the school and other people, I am really grateful to have you in my life!

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