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Common Core Standards require students to know how to solve many different types of word problems. This 15 page set is aligned with Common Core State Standards to teach Compare - Difference Unknown: How many more? Numbers to 20 . In my experience, students learn how to better solve each story proble

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BUNDLE AND SAVE!!!! 330 page set!! On sale for $15 for a limited time. This set includes this product and 22 other story problem products! 11 Different Story Problem Types. Bought separately would cost $33.00!!
Common Core Standards require students to know how to solve many different types of wo

BUNDLE AND SAVE!!!! 330 page set!! On sale for $15 for a limited time. This set includes this product and 22 other story problem products! 11 Different Story Problem Types. Bought separately would cost $33.00!!
Common Core Standards require students to know how to solve many different types of wo

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BUNDLE AND SAVE!!!! 330 page set!! On sale for $15 for a limited time. This set includes this product and 22 other story problem products! 11 Different Story Problem Types. Bought separately would cost $33.00!!
Common Core Standards require students to know how to solve many different types of wo

How Many More? (Numbers 1-20) is a fun collection of ten math problems. These pages challenge students to develop an understanding of the math concept of “How many more?”
The math problems use fun, silly and descriptive language to engage students.
I recommend these pages for grades two through fo

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How Many More? (Numbers 1-10) is a fun collection of ten math problems. These pages challenge students to develop an understanding of the math concept of “How many more?”
The math problems use fun, silly and descriptive language to engage students.
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How Many More? (Double digit no regrouping) is a fun collection of ten math problems. These pages challenge students to develop an understanding of the math concept of “How many more?”
The math problems use fun, silly and descriptive language to engage students.
I recommend these pages for grades

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These worksheets are great work practicing CDU style or how many more story problems. Great for homework, do nows, spiral review and interventions. The sheets are broken up as follows:
2 Questions - Open Ended
2 Questions - Multiple Choice (Numeral Answers)
2 Questions - Multiple Choice (Pictor

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**My best seller with lots of positive reviews! ** Review: "We need a lot of practice with this concept, and the many scaffolded resources that you provide are much appreciated." -Teacher**Review: "It was so hard to find resources that covered this material and my kiddos needed it desperately. T

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How Many More to Make Five? {addition to 5 with part-part-whole and ten frames}
“How Many More to Make Five?” includes math materials for two days (or more!) of lessons on teaching children how to find out how many more objects or pictures are needed to make a set of five. Children learn to use the

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This resource will provide the practice that most first and even second grade students often need in solving comparison math problems. Beginning with the strategy of using a diagram and matching (one to one correspondence) to show how many more, students will move to independently writing equation

This is an Activestudio flipchart for use on a Promethean Board. It teaches the key concept of "How many more?" and "How many less?" with a natural progression from very simple picture matching to data analysis and problem solving.
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- 4 simple slides where students compare 2 sets of imag

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Picture graph, bar graph, tally table, frequency table! Kids will practice with ready-made graphs first and then create their own festive graph! Using pictures based on the song "Twelve Days of Christmas."30 pages of quick printable WORKSHEETS: Includes 3 finished picture graphs with great graphi

This is a concept many of my first graders struggle with. My school uses the GO Math curriculum and I found this game very helpful to use in conjunction with more/fewer lessons in Chapter 2. It’s helpful to bring back and play again in the Chapter 10 Graphing as well.
This game helps students unde

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My first graders struggle with this concept every year. They know how to subtract, but are easily confused by phrases like: How many more ____? How many less did so and so have?
This is a worksheet I made for extra practice! I do the first couple problems whole group on the projector, and then hav

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A center for 1-4 kids focusing on the question "How many more?" and "How many fewer". It has the kids put the number of pieces on the board and match them up so that they can easily see how many more or less there is for each one.

This game will help students to answer those tricky How Many More? and How Many Less? questions.
For example: There are 3 apples and 7 bananas. How many more bananas than apples are there?
Each question card says “How many more?” or “How many less?” Students identify the larger or smaller number (d

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How Many More? This is an 8 page mini Math Book to use during small group or to place in your Math center. The children will read the sentences, draw pictures, and fill in the blanks to complete the story problems.

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This download includes 14 word problems that have children solve "How Many More?" questions. (Great for 2nd Grade Investigations - Unit 6 Investigation 2) Print on colored paper and cut into slips for the students to solve. I use this as a "SCOOT" activity in the classroom and let my students wor

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This interactive Smart Notebook resource provides modelled, guided and independent activities for students to learn how to find 'how many more' are needed when added to a number, to reach a total. There are also a number of written word problems at the end.
Included in this resource is an interact

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This is a power point to be used as a math warm up for a lesson on how many more. It uses ten frames and math word problems to help you introduce your lesson.

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Use as a center game to practice the concept of "How many more?".

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I use these task cards to help my students understand how to solve word problems. I use them in whole group instruction, small group, centers, and to reteach the lesson to my struggling students. I use them with manipulative. My students love using the QR codes to self check their learning.

Want a fun way to practice subtraction with your students? This pack includes subtraction word problem cards that promote critical-thinking skills to solve:
~Find the missing part word problems
~Take-away word problems
~How many more word problems
~A set of cards where you can input the numbers to

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