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  • Amy Sessions

    Math Warm Up

  • Maureen Isenegger

    LOVE THIS! Great for math journals. Start with the ANSWER. Let them create problems! Could even be used for morning work...?

  • Haley Hall

    Math problem solving - give students the answer and they write the problem

  • Kim Shroyer

    Great for math journals. Start with the ANSWER. Let them create problems!I think this is a really good way have kids combine their writing skills with their math and problem solving skills- Kaitlyn Aceto

  • Susan Morris

    Marilyn this is great! This could start a whole new way of presenting math word problems. Great for math journals. Start with the ANSWER. Let them create problems!

  • DeNae VanWestrienen

    Summer math idea: Start with the ANSWER. Let them create problems!

  • Caitlin Cahill

    Great for math journals. Start with the ANSWER. Let them create problems! LOVE! Would be great for those kids who need enrichment.

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