Start with the number 88. Count on 3 more. What number do you end with? How did you figure it out?
91; Possible explanation: I used my fingers to count on.
Is the white circle cut in equal parts? Explain.
Yes; each part is the same size.
Is the green circle cut in equal parts? Explain.
No; each part is not the same size.
How can you cut a circle into quarters?
Answers vary depending on how students position the lines. Show students that the lines should make an “x” within the circle.
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