Sara and Jane are having fun playing with their toys, but when Mary comes to join them they don't have enough toys for all three of them. Can they use their problem solving skills and find a way for all three of them to play together?
That sounds like fun, let's go. I just got two new dolls for us to play with!
Hey Sara! Can we go to your room and play with your dolls?
This is so much fun, I can't wait for Mary to get here.
There are three of us, and only two dolls. Lets play with something else.
Mary, Laura and Sara are best friends. Mary and Laura were both coming over to play at Sara's house and Laura was the first one to arrive.
We all cant play on that. This is not fair!
Sara and Laura played with the two dolls together as they waited for Mary to show up. But when she did, they realized they didnt have enough dolls for all three of them.
This made Mary feel very sad and left out, but Sara had an idea. What if they played outside instead?
But that wasnt much better. Only two can play on the teeter totter. Mary was mad, it felt like they didnt want to play with her. But Laura had an idea.
Laura said they should all work together to see what toys they can all play with. They thought about the swing, but that can only fit one. They thought about the horns but that still wasn't enough. They need enough for all three.
Looking around the yard, they found the ball. If they take turns and throw it to each other, they all can play! By working together they solved their problem and can all have fun!
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