Harry Potter's back with a strong math challenge when students are asked to solve word problems involving percentages. Whether your students have read Harry Potter and The Order of The Phoenix or not, they may still be challenged through these original problems written by a true Potter fan.
Challenge your bright students with these math word problems with a Harry Potter theme. This product will engage students while they work to solve multi-step word problems involving fractions and division.
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Math Word Problems about Books to Accompany Novel Studies
You will find math word problems about eight literary novels for bargain savings.
1. Diary of a Wimpy Kid
Five math word problems involving the characters from the Diary of a Wimpy Kid book series. All of the problems involve fractions.
2. Harry Potter
Here are some challenging math word problems with a Harry Potter theme. Fractions, division, multi-step
3. Walk Two Moons
Students are asked to complete four math word problems related to the novel "Walk Two Moons" by Sharon Creech. Division
Students are asked to complete four math word problems related to the novel "Savvy" by Ingrid Law. Each problem requires multiple steps to solve and contains humor, too. Division, one fraction problem
5. Indian in the Cupboard
Students are asked to complete four math word problems related to the novel "Indian in the Cupboard" by Lynn Reid Banks. Each problem uses multiple steps to solve. Variety - Fractions, money, critical thinking
Students are asked to solve five math word problems to go along with a literary unit for the novel, Shiloh by Phyllis Reynolds Naylor. Basic operations.
7. Number the Stars
This page contains four math word problems involving the addition and subtraction of fractions with unlike denominators. Each problem relates to what students have read from Number the Stars.
This page contains five math problems to accompany the novel The BFG by Roahl Dahl. Fractions, division, addition, rounding, geometrical shape.