# Problem Solving Keyword Sort Freebie

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This is a freebie from my larger "Problem Solving Activity Pack". This is a great way to review different words or phrases associated with the four operations: Add, Subtract, Multiply, and Divide. Words include: sum, how many more than, total, product, combining equal groups, and more.

The complete problem solving activity pack is geared toward 3rd and 4th graders. It includes activities to practice identifying operations and solving one-step word problems with addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. Useful for reviewing for state exams!
Subtraction Problems include subtracting numbers up to 3 digits
Multiplication up to 2 digit by 1 digit
Division only includes fact families - no remainders

This pack includes...
*Problem Solving Strategy Song
*6 math actions posters
*Keywords Tree Map Sort & sorting cards
*Problem Solving Foldable Directions, Pictures, and cards for students to sort and build foldable
*Problem Solving Sorting Activity: Identify the Operation. 12 Addition/Subtraction Cards, 12 Multiplication/Division Cards & 2 Sorting Mats
*5 pages of problem solving practice (Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, Division, and Mixed Review) + Answer Key
*Bonus: Create-a-Problem: Mad-Libs like Activity to build problems

Feedback and/or a rating is appreciated!

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jglam7
Can you make this for just addition and subtraction for me?
August 31, 2012

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