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In this math word problems learning exercise, students work backwards to find the answers to problems with one digit numbers. Students complete 6 problems.
In this math worksheet, students learn to solve word problems by working backwards and turning the operations into their inverse partners. There are 25 questions.
Could anyone really eat 15 feet of a sub sandwich in one day? That's how much this math problem says he ate. He actually started out with a bigger sub sandwich. How big was it to start? The instructor uses a table to illustrate how you can work backwards to find the answer.
In this math worksheet, students learn to solve word problems by working backwards. Students read the 20 word problems and solve them, choosing the best answer from 4 choices. There are helpful hints on the page to clue students to work backwards. Note: The directions refer students to "page 13" which is not included here; problems can be solved without this page.
Sixth graders make up their own math problems. There is only one restriction. That is, the answer has to be the one you are going to give them in a sealed envelope. The problems that they make up can be anything they like. Let Students work on the problem together in small groups. Help the ones who are having trouble. Those who finish quickly could be asked to make up another problem using another envelope.
For this working backward worksheet, students solve 5 story problems in which they work backward to arrive at the correct answer.
In this problem solving activity, students solve 3 problems in which a story is presented. Students must work backward to solve each problem.
In this problem solving learning exercise, students use the work backward strategy to write the steps for solving the word problem. Students write four short answers.
In this working backwards ELL worksheet, students review definitions for the words forward and backward. Students then read the paragraph and work backwards to complete each item.
In this working backwards worksheet, students review the understand, plan, solve, and look back problem solving strategy to help them work backwards and solve the word problems.
In this working backwards worksheet, students read the word problem and use the problem solving strategy to help them work backwards and solve the problem. Students solve two problems.
For this working backwards worksheet, learners learn to use the problem solving strategy of working backward to solve the six math word problems.
In this problem solving challenge worksheet, students work backward to solve a set of 5 word problems. Answers are included on page 2.
In this working backwards instructional activity, students read the four word problems and then solve each problem by working backwards. Students show their work.
In this working backwards worksheet, students use the read it, picture it, solve it strategy to help them solve the two word problems. Students try to work backwards and use a model to help them solve the problems.
In this working backwards activity, students read the word problems and use the problem solving strategy of working backwards to solve the problems.
For this working backwards worksheet, 4th graders use the problem solving strategy of working backwards to help them solve the word problem. Students then explain the method and how they checked their answer.
In this problem solving worksheet, 4th graders solve each of 6 word problems by working backwards. They use the strategy while working with money and decimals.
In this working backwards worksheet, students read the word problem and then complete the understand, plan, solve, and look back steps to solve the problem. Students work backwards to solve the problem.
It's all about working backwards in this problem-solving worksheet, which has mathematicians examining 6 scenarios and writing out their calculations to solve each. The first 2 are started to guide scholars in this concept, which includes adding and subtracting fractions to get their answers.