1st grade

my 1st grader is completing his homework it says write a problem for the picture and it has a picture of 2 bones and 3 dogs what kind of answer are they looking for?

asked by Tanya
  1. I don't know but it might be something like this.
    How many objects are in the picture? 3 dogs + 2 bones = 5 objects.

    posted by DrBob222
  2. My child has the same type of homework and I didn't understand it at first. All it is is adding or subtracting.

    posted by 1C2S
  3. fine the rule

    posted by jason
  4. my son has that exact question!.. its problem solving using objects.. the examples they give are.. 1-Alyssa bakes 6 cookies.. so u draw 6 cookies.. 2-Farah buys 7 pens.. draw 7 pens.. this question gets me?? WRITE A PROBLEM FOR THE PICTURE.
    (picture of a bone.dog.dog.dog.bone.?

    posted by naomi
  5. 2+3= 5

    posted by Anonymous
  6. u should write 3 dogs wanted bones but one of the dog wasmean so only the 2 nice dogs got the bones

    posted by sofia
  7. 2 bones + 3 dogs is 5 objects
    or 2 bones - 3 dogs = -1 bones

    posted by bob
  8. maybe it means 5 dogs who eat the bones so 3-2 equals 1

    posted by toby
  9. Maybe 3 divided by two so that the two bones can be split up between the three dogs.

    posted by Janel
  10. there were 3 dogs and only two bones oh no,what shall we do!!

    posted by claudia
  11. I think 3 divided by 2 would work.

    posted by 🐕
  12. It is probably the dogs plus the bones or will the dogs all get a bone.

    posted by 🐕
  13. My son is in the first grade and he got this same exact math sheet. Guess our chidlren go to the same school Lol or we all in the same curricullum no mattter the school or teacher they all have the same lesson plan go figure. Well I just let my son write the math problem bout himself simply saying "He had 3 dogs and 2 bones" that simple look they are just first graders.

    posted by Michelle
  14. My first grader have a home work about writing a poem about one object

    posted by Anikea
  15. My son is gay and i whip him

    posted by James
  16. JUST ADD

    posted by HEHEHEHE

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