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These 20 worksheets go along with the CUBES Math Strategy for Word ~ Story Problems Anchor Charts. There are two types of worksheets, one does not have any parts answered and other option has some parts of the worksheet already done for your students that need the extra scaffolding.
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These math posters were created upon the request of another teacher to display on her “Focus Wall” bulletin board as well as coordinate with her other classroom décor. Included in this download are the following items:♥4 mnemonic posters spelling out the word RICE♥4 color coordinating posters with

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With the shift to Common Core standards, I found that students were required to not only work math problems, but explain them as well. My students struggled with how to create an organized structure for these writing responses. This is when I came up with RAPS. I have seen multiple strategies that h

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This is the actual process students use when they use the S.T.A.R. strategy.
-S Search the word problem:
Read the problem carefully and ask questions like "what do I know?" and "what do I want to know?"
Write down the facts.
-T Translate the problem:
Translate the word problem into an equa

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Do your students know what their remainders mean after they divide? This Powerpoint presentation will give your students an acronym to help them remember the different ways that remainders can be interpreted.

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RIDGES Math Problem Solving Strategy RTI Research Based Intervention Poster and Mini Posters for individual desks. Tier 1, tier 2, tier 3, and tier 4 strategies.

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The PETS approach to solving math word problems was developed in an effort to guide students through the expectations for elementary students, enabling them to receive maximum credit on constructed response assessments. These resources were created to provide a mnemonic device, a checklist, and con

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Just what is this CUBES thing these kids are bringing home? It is merely and organizational tool to help with problem solving. Each letter represents a step in the process. Having an acronym to help students remember what to do, and in what order when solving math problems can be helpful.
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This is key word graphic organizer in the form of a four-fold foldable. Students will cut on the dotted lines and fold on the solid lines. Have students open the tabs to list the key words for each operation. My classes use this the whole year when working on word problems and add to their list o

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Here is my "UNDER" strategy that students can use when working on a word problem. This does not have to be for math only. This strategy can be used for any problem situation for any subject.Don't forget to follow me and rate this product!Use this with my related resource:Problem Solving: Setting Up

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My students and I developed this chart to tackle word problems in an organized and strategic manner. Using the mnemonic device "I Question Sam's Silly Actions," students break apart the word problem into 5 steps to help them manage the information in a word problem and correctly solve it. The mnem

This product helps students fully answer math tasks and short answer problems by having them "do the D.E.W." The "D" stands for draw a diagram/picture, the "E" stands for write an equation, and the "W" stands for show your answer in word form (often seen as writing a full sentence with your answer i

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This cute set supports the use of the CUBES mnemonic problem solving strategy. The pack contains strategy posters to explain and illustrate the method. Can also be laminated and used as a table top reminder.

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This graphic organizer helps students arrange the information they need to use in order to successfully solve word problems. This helps students deconstruct problems with a mnemonic device that is easy to remember for future purposes. Use the informational sheet inside interactive math notebooks and

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This is a mnemonic strategy to help students in approaching problem solving for math story problems. It is a helpful prompt for students who have difficulty breaking down the process.

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This is an alternative to the gallon man/gallon G. In this butterfly it is easier for students to see how many cups, pints, and quarts are in a gallon. Has two to a page to be able to glue into an interactive notebook.
Using a blank one can be approved for a supplemental aide for standardized tes

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Just what is this QDPAC thing these kids are bringing home? It is merely and organizational tool to help with problem solving. Each letter represents a step in the process. Having an acronym to help students remember what to do, and in what order when solving math problems can be helpful.
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This Rubik's Cube Math Poster uses the acronym to help students remember the important points to solving a story problem.
Used together with an actual Rubik's Cube will help jog your students' memories when solving these types of problems.
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This set supports the use of the CUBES, UPScheck and QUACK mnemonic problem solving strategy.
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7 anchor/ strategy posters to explain and illustrate the Q.U.A.C.K method.
3 anchor/ strategy posters to explain and illustrate the C.U.B.E.S method.
7 anchor/ strategy posters to expla

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Help students organize their thinking before solving word problems - something every student struggles with!
These are black and white, but can be printed on any color cardstock paper to match your classroom. They include two pieces each, to be arranged on a bulletin board as you choose! Also,

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A start to finish introduction or review of 4th grade division standards. Includes division as a concept (grouping), division with remainders, interpreting remainders, long division using the "Does McDonalds Serve Cheese Burgers" method and Ladder Method. 2 You tube videos links embedded for more in

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