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Addition, subtraction, multiplication & division Meets VA SOL standards 3rd & 4th grade Write your own word problems for the given equations. Higher Level Thinking More rigorous
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A template for students to write their own word problem. Using a picture, tens frame, number line, equation, number sentence, and answer. Can be a journal activity.
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Have students write their own math word problems to share with friends! This is both the planning and drafting portion of the process. The box at the left cut in half is for students to appropriately draw the part-part-whole model for their equation. I then let students write their problems in a boo
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This is a great activity to challenge your students! I had been teaching my students how to solve both adding and subtracting word problems (without regrouping). My students picked up this math strategy so fast, that I wanted to push them to write their own word problems! This would show me which st
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This is a great activity to challenge your students! I had been teaching my students how to solve both adding and subtracting word problems (with regrouping). My students picked up this math strategy so fast, that I wanted to push them to write their own word problems! This would show me which stude
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In this activity, students write their own addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division word problem (it can be with whole numbers, decimals, or fractions). A word bank containing key words that signal each operation is included in each box. For example, when students write their addition wor
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This is for Promethean Whiteboards. This mini-lesson investigates the difference between multiplication and division looking at key words/actions in word problems. My class is split into three groups each with their own set of numbers. Students are asked to write their own word problems using a s
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Many times students who are weak in language struggle when writing their own word problems. This set of word problems hopes to eliminate this struggle and avoids unnecessarily complex language to allow students to demonstrate their mathematical understanding easily. Simply print and laminate each
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Use this while teaching word problems in math. Students write their own then trade with a partner and then solve each other's problems. Could be used with addition, subtraction, or multiplication.
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This useful package is designed to evaluate pupils understanding in designing a 2 step word problem. Pupils are required to complete the word problem with numbers that work. In doing so, pupils are tested on their mathematical thinking, reasoning and reasonableness.
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This is a simple worksheet that allows students to write a word problem and have another student solve it. It could be used as a year-round math center/math workshop option or an activity to do after learning a new skill to make sure students understand the concept well enough to create their own s
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This template helps students write their own word problems using ANY skill.
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A template for students to write word problem and represent by drawing
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You will use this simple page over and over, as students develop the skill of creating their own word problems and drawings to solve them. A fun math center activity for pairs of students, and a colorful bulletin board display. Adapts well to simpler or more challenging equations; have kindergarte
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Graphic organizer that takes students step-by-step through the process of creating their own word problem. Great way to differentiate by having one group choose an addition or subtraction problem and others multiplication/division. Students write their problems, choose a mathematical keyword to cor
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Integrate math and writing using this graphic organizer. Students can "show what they know" by creating their own original word problems. Students may solve their own problems or trade math stories with a friends for a cooperative activity. Print multiple copies and create a shared writing Math S
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Use these cards in a center to have students create and solve their own word problems. Students pick 2 number cards (0-11 are included), an operation card ( +. -. and x are included) and a topic card (12 are included...4 Thanksgiving, 4 fall and 4 random) to write their own word problem and show
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This worksheet was used in our class as a division assessment. Students had to write their own division word problem (with a remainder), solve, interpret the remainder and then explain their thinking. It is a great way to assess students knowledge of interpreting and understanding the different type
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21 book pages to make word problem book 1st, 2nd graders can make word problems using repeated addition. 3rd and 4th graders can use multiplication to make word problems. Common Core Math Activity You can also extend thinking by requiring students to use adjectives when writing word problems. Makes
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Teachers provide students with two bags. One bag is full of slips of paper with random fun items (muffins, ninjas, puppies, etc.) and the other is full of slips with math concepts (adding and subtracting negative integers, area, volume, etc.). Students choose two random item slips and one math conc
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Students can create their own word problems. (My students drew a picture in the box and wrote a story problem to match it. I had my students write it in question form. Ex: I had 11 balloons. 3 of the balloons flew away. How many balloons were left?)
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I created this worksheet to help my algebra students extend their knowledge of linear equations. The worksheet walks students through 4 steps, (1) creating a scenario that can be modeled by a linear equation (examples are provided), (2) creating a table of values, (3) writing a function to model the
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This resource is a follow-up assignment that I gave my 4th grade students after teaching them about the different types of math story problems using numberless story problem examples from a free resource online. After going through the examples and creating our own word problems verbally and in no
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Students can use their creativity to write comparison problems using "how many more" and "how many fewer".
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