We have been showing our growth mindset skills and working very hard solving problems with fractions.

When we found a calculation with a remainder, we had to go back and check our previous steps.

**Mild **

Kayleigh had 12 chocolates.

On Friday, she ate 1/4 of her chocolates and gave one to her mum.

On Saturday, she ate 1/2 and gave one to her brother.

On Sunday, she ate 1/3.

How many did she have left?

**Hot**

A little elephant had 50 peaches.

On the **first** day he decided to keep **1/2** of his peaches.

He gave the rest away. Then he ate one.

On the **second** day he decided to keep **2/3** of his peaches.

He gave the rest away. Then he ate one.

On the **third** day he decided to keep **1/3** of his peaches.

He gave the rest away. Then he ate one.

On the **fourth** day he decided to keep **3/4** of his peaches.

He gave the rest away. Then he ate one.

On the **fifth** day he decided to keep **1/2** of his peaches.

He gave the rest away. Then he ate one.

How many did he have left at the end?

**Spicy **

A little monkey had 60 peaches.

On the **first** day he decided to keep **3/4** of his peaches.

He gave the rest away. Then he ate one.

On the **second** day he decided to keep **7/11** of his peaches.

He gave the rest away. Then he ate one.

On the **third** day he decided to keep **5/9** of his peaches.

He gave the rest away. Then he ate one.

On the **fourth** day he decided to keep **2/7** of his peaches.

He gave the rest away. Then he ate one.

On the **fifth** day he decided to keep **2/3** of his peaches.

He gave the rest away. Then he ate one.

How many did he have left at the end?