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This resource includes an assortment of math, reading, writing and critical thinking activities, all involving different aspects of the 52nd Super Bowl on February 4. It's perfect for upper elementary and middle school students who need activities that allow them to review concepts while engaging th

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This set of 25 Multiplication and Division Word Problems with Too Much Information Task Cards are perfect to have kids practice looking through a word problem to find the relevant info for solving the problem. A student recording sheet and answer key are also included.
Ever have kids that just see

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This packet includes 12 Halloween themed story problems with missing, hidden, or too much information using numbers within 20. There are also 12 more difficult problems to DI! The cards are set up in groups of 6. You can have your students solve the problems by setting the cards up around the ro

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Each problem has either missing or extra information. Students must decide what information is necessary when solving a word problem.

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This worksheet targets the comprehension skill of word problems with missing information. Students are asked to read the word problem, focusing on what the question is asking for. Then they list what information the problem does NOT give them. Questions are presented in two formats.

These festive task cards require students to determine what information is MISSING in each mathematical question. To complete these task cards, students will need to have an understanding of addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. These cards do not ask students to solve for an answer,

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Also included in: 50% OFF TODAY! Holiday Elves Math Task Cards BUNDLE

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This activity requires students to answer questions based on the information in the picture graph. Many of the questions require math computation. Here are a few of the questions: * How many more Hershey Bars than Milky Way Bars did Goofy Goblin collect?* Which did Goofy Goblin Collect more of Sn

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This worksheet gives students the opportunity to practice reading and word problems that have extra information in them. Specific skills targeted are listing all the information in the problem and then identifying which information is NOT needed in order to solve.

Could you be a Real Life Flat Stanley? Be a Real Life Flat Stanley Math and Writing Fun is an interesting, fun Common Core Standard aligned informational reading, math, and writing activity that can be completed in connection with the reading of the Flat Stanley novel by Jeff Brown, or independent o

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This set is perfect to practice addition & subtraction story problems with too much (extra) information, as well as problems without enough information to solve. Critical thinking can easily be practiced with these Common Core aligned practice task cards! There are so many ways to use task cards

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Help your students pull out essential information in a math word problem to solve by working through this math packet. These 10 word problems include either too much or too little information to solve. Answer key included!
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This packet contains Addition and Subtraction Story Problems that have 3 digit numbers. There is extra information in each problem. Each question is scaffolded so that teachers can present the question, identify the key words, and then show the answer. This works great with story problem key words a

This packet contains Addition and Subtraction Story Problems that have 3 digit numbers. There is extra information in each problem. Each question is scaffolded so that teachers can present the question, identify the key words, and then show the answer. This works great with story problem key words a

This set is perfect to practice multiplication and division story problems with too much (extra) information, as well as problems without enough information to solve. Critical thinking can easily be practiced with these Common Core aligned practice task cards! There are so many ways to use task ca

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This activity has students mixing around the room working with their peers until the teacher calls time or their worksheet is complete.
When your students have been sitting to long and need time process information this provides students an opportunity to clear their mind. This is an excellent br

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Students read story problems and determine which information is not relevant. Students then solve the problem.

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Print, laminate, and cut these cards to create a math center. Students enjoy working to solve each of the word problems in this set!

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These story problems require students to think critically about the information provided. Is there too much or too little information to solve the problem at hand?
My students always enjoyed solving these silly story problems and thinking critically about the information that was at hand.

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Included in this product are an open ended work mat for 10 different scenarios and 2 sets of 12 task cards. In the open ended problems, students identify the extra information, the missing information, and show how to solve the problem. If possible, students also develop an equation that can be us

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No preparation required! This set has four worksheets with word problems involving multiplication and division (with and without remainders) with too much information (TMI!). Uses problem solving situations that all students can relate to: animals at the zoo, bicycles, and others. Especially useful

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Students are directed to fold a piece of manila paper into fourths. On the front side, glue information piece 1 in the center and the 4 questions in each of the corners. Use the information to solve each question, showing all of your work. Then students will repeat this same process on the back w

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If you’ve enjoyed my other nonfiction units like Ben Franklin, Komodo Dragons, or Earthworms, than this perfect for you and your Community of Learners. This awesome set of activities is all based on informational text about Kepler-22b.
The content of this article explains the discovery of the plane

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Being a great problem-solver means you know what information is needed!
Let your students take the lead with these three student-centered problems.
Students use the visual model to help them figure out what information is needed. These are great problems to do as a whole class or in small groups

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In this interactive slide show, students will be guided through how we solve problems with extra or missing information.
Problem-Solve-a-Thon: Extra and Missing Information by Amy Merk is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License.

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