Getting Ready for a Trip!

Hello friends! How is your spring break going? I had a hard time packing for my trip, can you help me out? Here’s my problem:

Pablo eats two cups of food each day. We will be in Florida for 8 days. He will eat one of the cups of food before we leave. How many cups of food do I need to pack for Pablo?


Remember over spring break to cuddle up with a great chapter book. I’m reading an adult book called Beautiful Ruins by, Jess Walter. I can’t put this book down because of its great story! Walter has included many similes and metaphors in his book. He said that the, “…clothes on the bedroom room floor were a pile of autumn leaves.” I know he is comparing the clothes to autumn leaves because the clothes are in a pile that is bright, colorful, and on the ground! Isn’t figurative language the best?!

So what are you doing on your break? What friends have you visited? What math games have you played? What books have you cuddled up with? Have you made any art or written any stories or reports? Leave us a comment so we can hear about your adventures!

3 thoughts on “Getting Ready for a Trip!

  1. Pablo will eat 16 in 8 days and mrs. felter I read a books calls My first read and learn book of prayers ,the story of the first easter I miss you mir. felter I just sayed at home playing with my sisers I am at mexico mrs. felter it cool mrs. felter when I got to bed and prayer god answers me he said I am right beside you. can you hear me speaking listen as I say, I am always with you,each and every day and that is my day.

  2. Pablo eat 17 because you said he eat one so he eat 17 and mrs.felter I thing I will sayed at Mexico at Monday mrs .felter I miss you

  3. Hay!!thats easy all you have to do is put something that’s sounds like you knows it’s a metaprous or simille. Like your head is big as a coconut .or you are the apple of my mind.

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