Students use a problem solving grid to help them break apart the problem into four parts: writing the question, finding clues from the problem, solving the problem, and successfully answering the problem.
Purpose: To approach word problems using a consistent method that increases the probability of continued accuracy when solving them.
1. Commonly used subtraction key words chart.
2. Three problem solving grids - one with instructions, one with an example, and a blank student work grid.
3. Differentiated subtraction word problem worksheets for high (multiple step challenge problems involving money/making change), mid (subtraction with regrouping), and low students (math facts to 20).
4. Low and Mid Leveled Worksheets come in two formats: open answer and multiple choice.
Uses: small group instruction, independent practice, workshop/centers, etc.
Great for state test preparation.
Also available for addition, multiplication, and division.