Today we did some higher level crayon puzzles like the one we had done on Friday with one difference; The crayon puzzles that had an added rule. The rule that the puzzles had said that there was more of one color. An example would be: Rosa had 3 crayons. Some were blue. Some were red. Rosa had more blue crayons. How many of each color could Rosa have? For these problems I will accept just one answer instead of requiring all of them. However, I will ask some of the students to extend their thinking and ask for more answers.