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Pam Rountree
Pam Rountree • 2 years ago

$3.50 Perfect for 4th & 5th Grade Students! Students can practice their understanding of solving addition and subtraction of unlike fractions with these word problems. The work space encourages students to show their work, draw models, and to explain their thinking. Students will use critical thinking skills by doing error analysis. This is a great way to implement common core standards!

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