**wasn't very high on my list. This problem is a great platform for having students visualize the problem before they start to solve it. Lots of ways to incorporate the CCS PRACTICE standards here!**

*thinking*Priscilla was making gift baskets. Each basket would contain three soaps and two bottles of lotion. Priscilla had 293 soaps and 167 bottles of lotion. How many gift baskets could Priscilla complete?

If I think about it, I realize I don't have to do all the division. I can just estimate first. I can make just under 30 baskets using the soaps and just over 80 baskets using the lotion. Since I only want complete baskets, I need to figure out the exact number of baskets using lotion. Wish I'd thought of that before I did all this work.

This problem also highlights the issue of remainders in division. Do I round up? Do I discard? Do I make it a fraction or decimal? It makes this problem really interesting.

All in all, a great problem. Wish I'd thought about it before I solved it. But isn't that what your students would do?