Division—Supporting Students as they Create their Own Math Story Problems
This product is a BUNDLE that contains six of my products that are posted separately:
What's Your Division Fact Problem?
What's Your Division Story Problem? Two digits divided by One digit
What's Your Division Story Problem? Three digits divided by One digit
What's Your Division Story Problem? Three digits divided by Two digits
What's Your Division Story Problem? Four digits divided by One digit
What's Your Division Story Problem? Four digits divided by Two digits
This product focuses on division story problem creation so that the problems can be solved using one of the strategies above.
These problem solving activity cards allow students to insert personally meaningful information into word problem forms to create their own story problems. Each of the 14 problems in each product contained in this bundle are written in three versions (A-C) so that each version requires students to fill in successively more information as they complete different levels. Students are asked to fill in specific information (for example, a name, number, or place) on the left side of the activity card and then transfer the information to the story problem form on the right to create the problem. Please see the thumbnails for this product or see my free product for an example of the style that is used for each problem. (The free product focuses on subtraction but uses the same style.)
Teachers can allow students to be creative and write silly problems based on the information they choose to put into the problem form, or teachers can have students work hard to make sure that the problems they write are logical and make sense. Either way, the word problem forms are set up to make sure that all the problems written using them require students to solve them by using division and their knowledge of what division means.
Teachers can use the different versions to differentiate the activity based on the level of support a student needs. Once the student has filled in the information and made sure the problem makes sense, he or she will use the problem solving skills necessary to solve the problem.
A fourth version (D) provided for each problem is a completed example. The answers for the completed examples can be found in the answer key provided with this product.
This bundled product contains a total of 84 problems altogether--each written in the 4 different forms (A-D).
This product is appropriate for classroom use or home school use.
The product includes clip art from the following Teachers Pay Teachers stores.
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