The Weekly Word problems allow students to practice their word problem skills each day. The January version contains a mixture of addition, subtraction, multiplication, an division word problems. In this activity, students have to solve 3 word problems a day, and on Fridays they write their own word problem for a specific operation. There are 4 weeks worth of word problems in this product. I've also included a skill sheet that is a combination of the week's word problems which can be used as an end of the week assessment. All of the word problems have a winter related theme.
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January 23, 2013
Each morning my students do one row for morning work. The parents like them, too!
January 22, 2013
Thanks fo much!
January 21, 2013
I love these weekly math problems, especially the Friday blank box. I think this is very important for kids to be able to create their own math problems. The only suggestion I have for January is to rephrase "big balls of snow" to "snowballs". I teach 3rd graders, and some of them found the phrase "big balls" to be quite funny! :)
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Could you bundle your weekly word problems by month into ONE set of all the months? I really like these! Thanks!
January 18, 2013
I purchased your January Weekly Word Problems and it is not downloading properly. It is the frame of the document and all lines, not words. Could you possibly send it to me?