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39.89 MB | 8 videos (20 - 40 sec each), BLM, Student Self-Assessment Rubric pages
This file includes 8 cartoon math word problems for the beginning of grade 1. The problems focus on addition and subtraction up to 20.
A new cartoon can be used daily as a fun and engaging way for students to work through challenging word problems and the skills within the math curriculum.
The 8 videos included are:
Birds of a Feather
Three birds were sitting on the fence. If 6 more come join them, how many birds will be sitting on the fence?
Claire had some baseball cards. After she gave 9 to Mark she had 14 left. How many cards did Claire start with?
Mary invited 18 classmates to the movies for her birthday. Mary’s mom could only drive 7 classmates in her van. How many more needed a ride to the movies?
Morph Loves Apples
Morph was told that an apple a day keeps the doctor away. So he decided to eat 5 apples a day for three days. How many apples did he eat altogether?
Mrs. Clarke Reads
Mrs. Clarke loves to read! If she reads 2 books each day, how many books will she read in a week?
Nancy collects butterflies. If she had 6 butterflies now, how many more butterflies does she need so she has 11 butterflies?
Terry’s Pizza Party
Terry bought 3 pizzas for his birthday party. A small pizza with 6 slices, a medium pizza with 8 slices and a large pizza with 10 slices. How many slices of pizza will there be for the party?
Travis is having a party. He bought 8 balloons for decoration. Dr. Morph accidentally melted 3 with his x-ray eyes! How many balloons does Travis have left?
All videos are between 20 and 40 seconds long and can be replayed as many times as needed for students.
Also included in this file is...
-"Bulls Eye" Student Self-Assessment rubric (focusing on making connections, Representation, Communication and Reasoning and Proof)
- Answer Key
- The Daily Check Recorder Sheet black line master where students can complete their work.