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These word problems are a medley of addition practice; scholars add prices, chew toys, pages read, miles, and more. For each, there is a box for learners to show their work. Remind your class to read the question carefully- some of the information may not be necessary! There are six problems on each of the two worksheets, and all answers are provided. Do one of these with your scholars as a model so they are aware of how to show their work.
Third graders solve word problems and transform them into number sentences. In this problem solving lesson, 3rd graders are split into four groups and each group identifies the facts of the word problem. Students are shown another word problem, and practice putting the word problem into a number sentence. There are various word problems included with this lesson.
Sixth graders create word problems. In this sixth grade mathematics lesson, 6th graders use digital cameras to photograph interesting events around school and create word problems for their photographs that address the key concepts taught within the fourth grade curriculum. The sixth graders share their problems with the fourth grade classes.
Fifth graders solve word problems. In this data collection and analysis lesson, 5th graders solve math word problems using a graphic organizer. This lesson includes an evaluation, adaptations, and 5 word problems that accompany the book, Wild, Wet, and Windy by Claire Llewellyn.
Students analyze multi-step division word problems. For this problem solving lesson, students review division facts and demonstrate the solution on the board. Students discuss the steps of solving a word problem and choose the correct operation to use. Students then write the problem in a number sentence.
In order to solve word problems, learners have to be able to identify the keywords that will enable them to solve the problem. This lesson plan delves into a discussion of keywords, and has them create their own word problems using educational software. They then share with their classmates.