I want to bake blackberry cobbler. The recipe calls for a 9″ pie pan. All I have are rectangular ones.
How many of us remember the double-digit interest rates of the early 1980s? What do you notice in the story below? What are you wondering about? Leave a comment to tell us your thoughts!
One year, on December 31, Curtis, who doesn’t trust banks, put $1000 in a can and buried it in his back yard. He plans to continue adding $1000 to the can on the last day of each year until he’s ready to retire.
On the same day, Bill invested $1000 in a bank account that will pay 10% interest annually on the last day of the year. Unlike Curtis, he does not plan to continue investing more money each year.
The end of the summer is a great time for a ride around the neighborhood. What do you notice in the story below? What are you wondering about? Leave a comment to tell us your thoughts!
One fourth of the vehicles at Danielle’s Cycle Shop are tricycles. The rest are bicycles. Danielle counted a total of 45 wheels in her shop.
Raquel and Esperanza were asked to count Dr. Dolittle’s ostrichs and pushimi-pullyus. Raquel counted 67 heads, while Esperana counted 134 legs.
You don’t have to speak French in order to Notice and Wonder about this bit of architectural design! Leave a comment to tell us your thoughts (French is optional)!
A voussoir is a trapezoidal piece of stone often used to build arches.
It’s your ten-year high school reunion and committees have been formed to help plan the celebration. Each committee will meet in person once before the reunion.
Food: Rachel, Angie, Aubrey, Dan, Sean, Ryan
Invitations: Katie, Gavin, Dan, Jason, Ryan
Entertainment: Eric, Kyle, Tosin, Rachel, Julie, Sean
Lodging: Jennifer, Amber, Travis, Tosin, Anne
Decorations: Robert, Travis, Jason, Gavin, Matt
Alumni Directory: April, Zach, Robert, Eric, Matt
Hector says to Larissa, “If you give me $2, we will have an equal amount of money.” Larissa responds, “That’s true, but on the other hand if you give me $2, I will have twice as much money as you.”