Weekly Word Problems for December, January, and February

Weekly Word Problems for December, January, and February
Weekly Word Problems for December, January, and February
Weekly Word Problems for December, January, and February
Weekly Word Problems for December, January, and February
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In this packet, it contains 4 weeks of themed word problems for the months of December, January, and February! The students will complete 1-3 word problems each day of the week depending on the skill, except on Fridays the students can create and solve their own word problem.

The skills covered in this file are problems to help your students with:
December: Subtraction with the differences between 0-20

January: Addition/Subtraction with the sums/differences up to 20

February: Solving addition problems with 3 addends and making Bar Graphs or Tally Tables with data from the word problems

Using these types pf problems will help students to understand how to solve a plethora of problems on math skills taught between the month of December, January, and February.

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(LOVE these for your students? More will be coming by January for other months!)
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46
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3 Months

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Weekly Word Problems for December, January, and February
Weekly Word Problems for December, January, and February
Weekly Word Problems for December, January, and February
Weekly Word Problems for December, January, and February