Every type of word problem is included in these labels. There are over 60 problems(in class sets of 30) ready to print on address labels!This will save a ton of planning and instruction time!
This packet includes:
Pages Type of Word Problem
4- 14 Part- Part Whole ( whole known)
15- 24 Separate Result Unknown
25-29 Join Result Unknown
30-34 Join Change Unknown
35-39 Separate Change Unknown
40-44 Part-Part Whole ( part unknown)
45-49 Join initial unknown
50-54 Separate initial unknown
Why labels?I started using labels in my classroom for word problems in our math notebook at the beginning of the year for a few reasons.
1) Primary students write really slow!
2) Primary students write pretty sloppily.
3) When I tried gluing the problems, the pages got stuck together!
Labels fixed all of the above. It also helped to have them pre-made so I didnÃƒï¿½Ã‚Â¢ÃƒÂ¯Ã‚Â¿Ã‚Â½ÃƒÂ¯Ã‚Â¿Ã‚Â½t have to think of new problems all the time.
I would use these non-thematic word problems as a way to introduce the types of problems and the strategies to figure them out. Then, I would make some more of the same type of problem integrating content and the experiences of your students. These problems mostly deal with sums to 10 and a few sums to 12 and 13. Once students are successful within 10, move to within 20 if in first grade.
Teaching the different types of word problems ( Join, Separate, Part-Part Whole and Comparison) meets CCSS: K.OA.2, 1.OA.1
Thanks for making these easy to print on labels. Saves so much time!
May 7, 2013
love the common core material
February 16, 2013
So wonderful to have the labels to print! Makes math journals so much nicer looking! Just some of the problems didn't fit exactly on the entire page of labels (ex: first row or last row was partially off the label). But there were plenty of labels on one page that it worked just fine for my number of students!
February 10, 2013
What a timesaver for me!!! These are a perfect go-to for problem of the day - thank you!!!
I can't thank you enough! I started a math journal last year and quickly gave up because the children couldn't write the problems. So this year I tried again with strips for the children to glue in, BIG MESS. I can't wait to get them started again with the labels! Yeah!!
which pages are not lining up? I printed a set that worked fine. I had one other person with this problem and want to know if it is certain pages or all of them. I have noticed that it was better for me to print multiple pages at a time because my printer did not feed the first label page very well but after the first one it was fine. My email is firstname.lastname@example.org.Please keep me updated and if possible let me know which pages are not lining up. Thanks!