If you have students that find word problems challenging, this resource will help. It provides systematic word problem view and is a perfect resource for RTI (Response to Intervention), differentiating instruction, and review.
What is Guided Math?
For years, educators have used systematic reading review to build reading skills and help students progress at their own levels. Resources such as these have been absent for math until now. This guided math resource provides word problem review at different levels.
Each level in this document is progressive and provides thorough practice. Did you know that word problems can be organized in more than 10 different ways? Understanding how word problems are organized is helpful with improving word problem skills. This document poses word problems in multiple ways to provide THOROUGH practice and review. After a student masters one guided math level, they can move on to the next level.
Students determine which operation to perform in order to answer a word problem.
Students solve one-step addition and subtraction problems that contain small numbers.
Students solve one-step addition and subtraction problems that contain larger numbers.
Students solve two-step addition and subtraction problems.
The document includes:
-FOUR different guided math resources for leveled practice
-Progress monitoring sheets
-Printable boxes for each level
-Student recording forms
Possible Uses Include:
-Place the printable boxes in a math center station for small group review.
-Send home a printable box with a student that needs extra practice.
-Use this as RTI practice
-Use this for text prep.
This is excellent for Common Core, assessment practice, and for RTI (Response to Intervention)