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# Numberless Word Problems Fraction Problem Solving Activity

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My students loved this, it is great option for students on different levels. Prompts great mathematical discussions!
These numberless word problems are great for getting students to think about what needs to be done, and then adds numbers gradually for the to solve.
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2. Numberless word problems are an excellent way to get your students thinking about WHAT the word problem is asking and developing strategies for solving the problem. This bundle includes problem solving activities for addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, and fractions.Using these kinds o
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Numberless word problems are an excellent way to get your students thinking about WHAT the word problem is asking and developing strategies for solving the problem. Using these kinds of word problems in your class provides scaffolding that allows students the opportunity to develop a better understanding of the structure of word problems and how to make a plan to solve them.

Each â€śproblem setâ€ť in this reasoning with fractions resource contains 4 pages. The first page has the problem written without any numbers. Students are asked what they know and what they need to know. They then try to â€śsolveâ€ť the problem by deciding what operation they should use and substituting reasonable numbers into the equation.

The second page gives a little more information about the problem â€“ usually giving one number for the equation. Students are asked what changed about the problem, and then solve the problem again, substituting a reasonable number for the unknown.

The third page includes everything the student needs to know to solve the problem. Students solve the problem and explain their solution.

A fourth (and optional) page contains challenge questions related to the original problem. These â€śchallenge questionsâ€ť contain concepts in addition to the learning goal, so they are perfect for enrichment or review.

Included in this resource:

• 40 pages of problems (3 scaffolded problems per set plus one challenge page)
• Problem solving templates
• Challenge Question Template
• Learning Goal and Success Criteria
• Rubric
• Self-Reflection
• Peer and Teacher Feedback Form
• Lesson Suggestion Guide

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2 Weeks
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