The next day, the class project is nearly done. The boys show their report to Mrs. Chimp. Chimp is very proud of himself, and show his Mom a page about bananas and another page about apples.
“These are really good Chimp,” his Mom says. “You did a good job.”
Benny is happy with his work too, and wants to show Mrs. Chimp all that he’s done.
“Look at my drawings,” he says while holding them up. “I made these even better than before.”
Mrs. Chimp smiles at Benny, and tells both of the boys that they did good work. That they worked together as a team, and did good teamwork.
This makes both Benny and Chimp happy. Now they have a report that they can be proud of. Chimp remembers how he wanted a poster to show the class. Just like Tedds had a poster on his favorite subject.
“Hey Benny, do you want to make a poster for our project too?” Chimp suggests.
“I guess we could,” Benny answers. He’s getting tired and hoped that they would be finished.
“Like what?” Benny asks Chimp.
“Look at this,” Chimp says. He shows Benny all the fruit he has cut out. Chimp divides them into five piles. The fruits go into five color groups: red, orange, yellow, green and blue-purple. “We could sketch five fruit trees - in five different colors - and glue the five fruit colors onto each of the trees.”
“What do you mean?” Benny looks at all the fruit that Chimp is playing with.
”Like this. See? I put the apple, the cherries, the watermelon and the raspberries all on one tree.” Chimp says while placing all the red fruits into the branches of the same tree.
Benny watches this. He still wasn’t sure. “That doesn’t make sense. Watermelons grow on vines and berries grow on bushes. How can we show them in the same tree with an apple?” he asks.
Chimp thinks about what Benny has said. He knows that all these kinds of fruit do not grow on one tree. Still, to make a game of it, he wants to group the fruit by color. So, he thinks about it some more.
All at once Chimp jumps off of his stool.
”I GOT IT! I GOT IT! I have a GREAT idea!” Chimp shouts. “We can make a game out of this. Look, first we cut out all the pieces. Then we make five fruit trees. Then you have to stick all the fruit pieces to the trees and make it a race. See which side can do it faster.”
“I guess,” Benny says. He wishes that he had a game too and now was feeling sort of jealous.
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