The student's strategy of making a diagram of six gingerbread men and 12 raisin eyes works to solve the problem. The student indicates a correct answer, "12" and states, "See, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 raisins for the eyes," in scribing.

The student has a systematic approach and the diagram supports her/his thinking.

The student correctly uses the mathematical terms *diagram, key, more than*.

The student recreates the problem by adding raisin buttons and states, "I made raisin buttons, I got 18. That is more than the eyes."

The student's diagram is appropriate and accurate. A key is provided for the gingerbread men, and the raisins are defined in the scribing