# Story Problems Bundle - Color Coded Story Problems

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This bundle includes three of my story problem products. Purchasing each product separately would cost \$6.50, purchase the bundle for \$5.00!

Included in this bundle are:
Story Problems for Beginners with sums up to 5: These color coded story problem mats are perfect for helping beginners visualize the question asked by a story problem. The blue circle represents the student, and it contains the number of cookies that he or she has (according to the story problem). The green circle represents the other child named in the story problem, and it contains the number of cookies that he or she has (according to the story problem). The red circle represents the total number of cookies that both children have. This circle is empty and children can either write in the number or use the included cookie shapes to count out the total number of cookies.

Each segment of the story problem is written in corresponding colors so that the students can visually see which parts of the sentence belong to which circles. For example “You have 1 cookie” is written in blue, so the student knows that he or she has one cookie, and can then see one cookie in the blue circle.

This set also includes mats that have empty blue, green, and red circles, along with cookie shapes that can be cut out, so that students can count out each part of the story problem. These could also be used for additional math practice, and the children could make up their own story problems.

Story Problems for Beginners with sums up to 8: These color coded story problem mats are perfect for helping beginners visualize the question asked by a story problem. The blue circle represents the student, and it contains the number of muffins that he or she has (according to the story problem). The green circle represents the other child named in the story problem, and it contains the number of muffins that he or she has (according to the story problem). The red circle represents the total number of muffins that both children have. This circle is empty and children can either write in the number or use the included muffin shapes to count out the total number of muffins.

Each segment of the story problem is written in corresponding colors so that the students can visually see which parts of the sentence belong to which circles. For example “You have 1 muffin” is written in blue, so the student knows that he or she has one muffin, and can then see one muffin in the blue circle.

This set also includes mats that have empty blue, green, and red circles, along with muffin shapes that can be cut out, so that students can count out each part of the story problem. These could also be used for additional math practice, and the children could make up their own story problems.

Story Problems for Beginners with sums up to 10: These color coded story problem mats are perfect for helping beginners visualize the question asked by a story problem. The blue circle represents the student, and it contains the number of ice cream cones that he or she has (according to the story problem). The green circle represents the other child named in the story problem, and it contains the number of ice cream cones that he or she has (according to the story problem). The red circle represents the total number of ice cream cones that both children have. This circle is empty and children can either write in the number or use the included ice cream cone shapes to count out the total number of ice cream cones.

Each segment of the story problem is written in corresponding colors so that the students can visually see which parts of the sentence belong to which circles. For example “You have 1 ice cream cone” is written in blue, so the student knows that he or she has one cookie, and can then see one ice cream cones in the blue circle.

This set also includes mats that have empty blue, green, and red circles, along with cookie shapes that can be cut out, so that students can count out each part of the story problem. These could also be used for additional math practice, and the children could make up their own story problems.

Story Problems for Beginners build your own: This set is meant to be used as a companion to my other Story Problems for Beginners sets. If you are looking for additional practice, an extra challenge, or you want to personalize your story problems a bit more, then this set is for you. It includes all three of my Story Problems for Beginners sets, but the numbers from each problem have been removed. You can fill in the numbers, our you can have the students do it. Then they get to build the problems themselves using the included picture pieces.

I suggest laminating the problem cards so that you can write on them with dry erase markers and change the numbers over and over again. This set provides the perfect opportunity for differentiation and is ideal for working with small groups because you can tailor the work to your students’ needs.

If you would like to see how these sets are used, take a look at this blog post.

If you like this product please be sure to check out my Roll and Graph All Year Round Pack!
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