Jacie, a sassy little princess, wants to plan the perfect tea party but disaster strikes. Jacie’s trouble-making brother and his fellow plunderers decide to disrupt the “all girl – no boys allowed” party plans by stealing some food. What will Jacie do? Will the party go on or will it be a royal flop? Math of a Princess is written as a problem solving unit and includes six exclusive problems plus six projects/activities. Higher-order/critical thinking (HO/CT) questions are in blue at the end of each page within the manuscript (for use by the reader to promote critical thinking). A lesson in character building is interwoven in the story. Chockfull of developmentally appropriate vocabulary, CCSS correlations, HO/CT questions, recipes for making lip gloss and other items, as well as real-world math problems (rubrics included), Math of a Princess appeals to teachers who are willing to step out on a limb and read to their math classes. This file contains the PowerPoint as well as six unique problems that extend the activity and assist students in working through the 4-Step Plan for Problem-Solving. Be sure to click on each piece of unique clip art. They are linked to real-world problems. Also, at the end of the story, there are connections to Social Studies, Science, English/Language Arts, and Math.