T4T Gr 3 C1 C4 Task - Chairs for a Party

This is from Tools 4 NC Teachers. It is intended to be used in Clusters 1 or 4 of Grade 3.

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Part One: There are 24 chairs that need to be arranged for a party. What are the various ways that you can arrange the chairs into equal groups? You want to have between 3 and 13 chairs in each group. Draw pictures of the various groups of chairs and then write an equation for each solution.

Part Two: What if you had 40 chairs to arrange in groups? You want to have between 3 and 12 chairs in each group.

Part Three: Write a sentence explaining how you solved this task.

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