vicki
This set includes twelve multiplication problems. For each problem students will show the answer as groups of, an array, jumps on a number line, an equation and in a sentence. Using multiple strategies to find and show the answer helps students to visualize and understand how and why multiplication works. All the problems in this set have products of 100 or less. There are three problems where students need to find the missing factor. $

vicki
This set includes twelve multiplication word problems. For each problem students will show the answer as groups of, an array, jumps on a number line, an equation and in a sentence. Using multiple strategies to find and show the answer helps students to visualize and understand how and why multiplication works. All the problems in this set have products of 50 or less. There are three problems where students need to find the missing factor. $ #MultiplicationWordProblems

vicki
This set includes twelve multiplication word problems. For each problem students will show the answer as groups of, an array, jumps on a number line, an equation and in a sentence. Using multiple strategies to find and show the answer helps students to visualize and understand how and why multiplication works. All the problems in this set have products of 50 or less. There are three problems where students need to find the missing factor. $

Rhonda Vaughn
This Addition and Subtraction Word Problems Grouped by Problem Type is a year-long resource for problem solving. Total of 156 problems. This packet makes a distinction between procedures (steps in solving a problem), models (which show the relationship between the numbers in the problem) and strategies for computation (such as count on, breaking part a number, etc.). Included are six different models to use with students (all based on inverted-v and bar models).

suzanne
This Addition and Subtraction Word Problems Grouped by Problem Type is a year-long resource for problem solving. Total of 156 problems. This packet makes a distinction between procedures (steps in solving a problem), models (which show the relationship between the numbers in the problem) and strategies for computation (such as count on, breaking part a number, etc.). Included are six different models to use with students (all based on

shelia
FREE Valentine's Day Math Multiplication Memory Game makes practicing sixes and sevens multiplication facts fun! Included are 45 memory cards for students to match the multiplication array, multiplication fact, and product. This is a perfect Valentine's Day activity for small groups and centers!

shelia
FREE Winter Multiplication Memory Game makes practicing fours and fives multiplication facts fun! Included are 45 memory cards for students to match the multiplication array, multiplication fact, and product. This is a perfect activity for small groups and centers during the winter season!

Ntokozo Hlubi
FREE Valentine's Day Math Multiplication Memory Game makes practicing sixes and sevens multiplication facts fun! Included are 45 memory cards for students to match the multiplication array, multiplication fact, and product. This is a perfect Valentine's Day activity for small groups and centers!

shelia
Winter FREE: This winter math game makes practicing fours and fives multiplication facts fun! Included are 45 memory cards for students to match the multiplication array, multiplication fact, and product. This is a perfect activity for small groups and centers during the winter season!

marquita
This set of 10 interactive readers provides students with an opportunity to practice practicing using sight words over and over again in a hands on way. Each book highlights one word to study. In each book, students will “find the sight word”, “trace the sight word”, “rainbow write the sight word”, “block the sight word”, “bingo dab the sight word”, “highlight the sight word”, “read the sight word in a sentence” and finally, “answer a comprehension sentence”.

suzanne
Teaching Students How to Solve Problems Back to school is upon us and it is so important to use those first few weeks to set up your expectations rules and procedures. I always spent time at the beginning of the year teaching problem solving strategies. That way we could refer to them all year long when students were having a social problem at school. In this freebie I've included an anchor chart practice scenarios a checklist and lesson ideas. Click HERE to grab your freebie. back to school b

suzanne
Problem Solving Strategies, Your students will learn the STAR steps (Stop, Think, Act, Review) to use with the 8 strategies for solving work problems. Check out the posters and practice problems for each strategy.---Crockett's Classroom

gianna.messovoulou
How to say I'm sorry. This chart helps my kindergarten students solve their problems independently. It has provided many tools and strategies for them!

cora
YES! Love this visual representation of Multiplying and Dividing by Powers of Ten. Free "place value sliders" that students can use to help visualize and understand the concept.

graciela
Comprehension Skills & Reading Strategies Bookmarks Printable - help students monitor their comprehension and use academic language to ask and answer questions about the text. The bookmarks include graphics organizers and vocabulary in addition to sentence frames.

Corlo
Money Counting Lite ($0.00) Lots of fun with this, an amazing educational app that teaches how to count money using any of the following 3 games: Drag Coing to Piggy Bank. Count the groups and type the answer below. Find the right answer for given group of coins. You can set the sound on or off.

leila
This is a fun, interactive, and very useful activity that helps students understand the difference between nouns, verbs, and adjectives and how they are used in a sentence. There are 18 different pictures (photographs) that are interesting to look at and have unique colors, actions, objects, and settings. Students are asked to choose words that describe the pictures from a group of words and place them on an organizer.

sybil
Subjects and predicates go together like peanut butter and jelly! This is the first lesson of an effective Step-by-Step Writing Program that is full of engaging lessons and resources that last the whole year. It uses a scaffolding approach, which helps students understand how writing builds from basic sentence structure to a polished essay. This writing workshop will have your students begging to write! Click to learn more! #interactivenotebooks#writingworkshop#narrativewriting

rosebud2
I like to use problem solving journals with my kiddos. This is a journal that they use only for problem solving. I use a small 8 x 7 journal with blank pages that I order through our district print shop. I like this size because it gives kids a good amount of space to “show their work” for each problem. They do one problem per page and I find this helps them focus on the problem and to do their work in a neater, more organized way that is easy to read and understand.

Miranda4
Multiplication Array Cards & Division Array Cards $ These cards help students make connections between the facts they are trying to learn and the concept of multiplication and division.

maggie
You need as many Post-its as problems you will give, a Sharpie marker, and a pencil. Write the the first problem on the front of a Post-it note at the start (maybe this one is a different color). Now write the answer on another Post-it with a new problem on the underneath (in pencil). Students have to work problems and then search for the answers. Great way to get students doing math and get them up and moving!

cora
Would you like your students to have extra addition and subtraction practice for word problems? I love how task cards are just the right thing for independent practice in centers, small groups or playing scoot. I've made these cards to use with AND without QR Codes! Do your kids love QR? Mine do! There are 40 cards to this lesson (plus 40 cards with the QR code), an answer key, and recording sheet. $

shelia
Equivalent Fractions Duck Poke Cards - Students poke the right answer, turn the card around or show a friend, and check to see if their answer has a circle around it or not. Self-checking and fun! This engaging, self-checking game allows students to practice finding the missing number in two pairs of equivalent fractions.

rosanne
Math Spoons - Teams of 3 or 4. Each S has a worksheet. Each team member has a letter. On a table in the front of the room are cards w/ answers to the worksheet's problems. There is one less answer card per problem than the # of teams playing. Teacher calls out a worksheet problem #. Ss have 2 mins to work individually then can talk to their groups. T calls out a player letter and that person goes to search for the correct answer card. They keep the card. Count the cards at the end for the score.

leona
Students solve multi-step radical equations in this task cards activity. Each of the 20 cards has 1 radical equation for students to solve. After solving, students should check their answers for extraneous solutions (3 cards have extraneous solutions). Students record their answers on an answer sheet. An answer key is included.