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Making Stuffing

by Margaret Quill

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Act One

  • Margaret Quill

    Margaret Quill

    November 30, 2014

    How many bread cubes for my stuffing recipe can I get from this one loaf of bread?

Act Two

  • 1.

    What are the dimensions of the loaf of bread?

  • 2.

    How large should each bread cube be?

  • VideoBread dimensions
  • Teacher note
    This lesson is intended to be completed using fractions.

    The bread dimensions are approximately 10 1/2 by 6 1/2 by 4 inches when you take into consideration that the bread isn't a perfect rectangle.

    This problem is setup to use the sequel as an extension of the original problem. given this, have students use an initial cube measurement of 1 1/2 inches (total volume of 3 3/8 cu.in)

    For differentiation for a lower level class, either use the cube size above or use the final cube size (true size) of 3/4 inches (volume of 27/64 cu.in)

Act Three

Sequel

  • Videonew cube size
  • 3.

    Each original 1 1/2 in cube was too large. I could make 8 cubes from each original cube. For what size cube should I update my recipe?

  • 4.

    How many of these new cubes can I make from one loaf of bread?

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