Students need a variety of word-problem experiences to master these text-rich questions. Missing addend word problems differ from transition “Find the sum/difference” word problems as 1 part and the whole are presented. Students are then asked to find the missing part. Unlike traditional word problems, missing-addend problems are not easily solved with a picture.
In this resource you’ll find 20 different missing-addend word problems presented in 3 different ways.
These different presentations offer you, as the teacher, the freedom to decide how to practice with your students.
* 20 journal prompts (8 copies to a page to save paper) - perfect for interactive math journals or small-group practice.
*Full-page color prompts - perfect for whole-class math talks,
*Task cards - perfect for scoot or solve the room.
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