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# Multi-Step Word Problems Addition & Subtraction 4th Grade Math 4.OA.A.3 NO PREP

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This great math packet has 20 printable worksheets just for fourth grade (and 16 of them are 2 pages!) - and they ALL support 4.OA.A.3 Multi-Step Word Problems (addition and subtraction only). They can be used in so many ways! It is a generic theme packet, so it will be perfect for your lessons all year! Please download the preview to see everything you will be getting.

This will be perfect for your math centers, morning work, homework, RTI, or even for enrichment for those early finishers you have!

It is a print and go packet, meaning that you can print and hand out - no prep needed. Every sheet is labeled with an, "I Can" statement so that your students can easily see their learning goals for the day. Answer keys are included for all sections, so you can easily check work or even allow students to evaluate their own work. Thank you so much for checking out this packet and I hope that you will look in my store for other activities and packets!

Clipart is from Creative Clips, Whimsy Clips, Melonheadz, and DJ Inkers (license number 0414198675).

If you need great ready-to-go activities and PowerPoints to teach this unit, please check out our other set here: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Multi-Step-Add-Subtract-Word-Problems-Fourth-Grade-4OAA3-Activity-Unit-2499039

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I Can Solve Multi-Step Equations With Addition and Subtraction - Students will solve equations using addition and subtraction with three two-digit numbers.

I Can Solve Multi-Step Equations With Addition and Subtraction - Students will solve equations using addition and subtraction with three three-digit numbers.

I Can Use a Letter to Represent an Unknown Number - Students will write out what an equation with a letter actually means. For example, x-1=4 means "a number minus one equals four."

I Can Use a Letter to Represent an Unknown Number - Students will write out an equation to match a written out number sentence using a letter. For example, "a number minus seven equals one" means x-7=1.

(2) I Can Solve Multi-Step Addition/Addition Word Problems - Students will answer prompts to help them solve each word problem, including what the question is, a space to draw it out, and a place to solve.

(2) I Can Solve Multi-Step Addition/Addition Word Problems - Students will solve word problems with no guided spaces (just a space to show their thinking).

(2) I Can Solve Multi-Step Subtraction/Subtraction Word Problems - Students will answer prompts to help them solve each word problem, including what the question is, a space to draw it out, and a place to solve.

(2) I Can Solve Multi-Step Subtraction/Subtraction Word Problems - Students will solve word problems with no guided spaces (just a space to show their thinking).

(4) I Can Solve Multi-Step Addition/Subtraction Word Problems - Students will answer prompts to help them solve each word problem, including what the question is, a space to draw it out, and a place to solve.

(4) I Can Solve Multi-Step Addition/Subtraction Word Problems - Students will solve word problems with no guided spaces (just a space to show their thinking).
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