We did the following real-life word problem in Math: Mrs. Mason volunteers to make one prize ribbon for each of the forty-seven students who will attend math camp. Mrs. Mason will decorate each prize ribbon with sequins. Mrs. Mason buys packages of sequins. Each package holds one-fourth of a pound of sequins. Each package has enough sequins to decorate six prize ribbons. How many packages of sequins does Mrs. Mason need to buy to make the prize ribbons? How many pounds of sequins does Mrs. Mason have to buy to make the prize ribbons? What part of a pound of sequins will be used to make each prize ribbon? Show all your mathematical thinking.
We also did a problem about a snowflake about what angles are the outer points on a snowflake.