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This bundle includes 3 of my word problem products for 3rd grade:
"Two-Step Word Problem Unit" -
This is a comprehensive unit addressing CCLS 3.OA.D.8, solving two-step word problems. The package comes with a complete 5 day, fish-themed unit plan, 12 word problems and solutions, 6 word problems for students to analyze, a student Planning Sheet, and a 4-question assessment with solutions. Students will learn strategies for solving two-step problems through modeling and scaffolding. They will be asked to determine operations, use strategies to solve problems, show work, and analyze completed problems to see if solutions are correct. They will then take an assessment on day 5 which can be used to drive your instruction.
"Determining Operations in Two-Step Word Problems" -
This activity is aligned with Common Core Learning Standard 3.OA.D.8 and challenges students to determine the appropriate operations in two-step word problems. It can be used as a whole group lesson, a center activity, daily math journal problems or as a workbook. This package comes with tips and suggestions for teachers, word problem cards, answers, a work mat, workbook pages and a chart for students to record information. PDF file was created in landscape orientation so be sure to choose the landscape orientation in your print menu!
"3rd Grade Word Problems" - Meet Allie Oops!
She solves single and multi-step word problems and makes many mistakes to give your students the chance to correct her work ;) I believe that a child demonstrates true understanding when he/she is able to recognize and fix someone else's mistakes.
This product is aligned with CCLS 3.OA.D.8: Solve two-step word problems using the four operations.
*Teacher directions and info
*40, half-page word problems
*40, half-page solutions for teachers
*Problems force students to find Allie's mistakes, correct them and include a written response.
*Problems are easier at first (single-step) and increase in difficulty towards the end of the packet (two-step).
*Use them as problems of the week for your class.
*Run all problems and staple into books for each student.
*Students can glue the problems into math journals or notebooks.
*Assign problems for homework to encourage math discussions at home.
Use them as you wish. The possibilities are endless!
Be sure to choose the landscape option in your print menu!