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# Story Problems - Compare Smaller Unknown to 10: Subtraction Word Problems

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Common Core Standards require students to know how to solve many different types of word problems. This 15 page set is aligned with Common Core State Standards to teach Compare - Smaller Unknown (fewer) Numbers to 10. In my experience, students learn how to better solve each story problem type when first taught in isolation. Later, students will know when and how to solve each addition and subtraction situation.

There are 2 versions in this packet (questions are the same, just change of word order). This will allow students to practice how to solve regardless of how the information is presented.

In compare - smaller unknown story problems, students subtract how many fewer to find the difference.

Example (version 1): Jill has 12 lemons. Sam has 5 fewer lemons than Jill. How many lemons does Sam have?

12 - 5 = 7

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Example (version 2): Sam has 5 fewer lemons than Jill. Jill has 12 lemons. How many lemons does Sam have?

12 - 5 = 7 or 5 + ____= 12

Students will solve by drawing a picture, using a number line, writing an equation, and filling in the answer in sentence form.

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