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    • Taina Stenström

      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

    • Robin Griffin

      Great Math idea. Could use different problems created by students later in the year, too. Kids would love to see their problems being presented to the class.

    • Steph Huisman

      Giving the solution of a math problem to students, having them make up the problem. I feel like this would be fantastic to see what kids come up with

    • 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!

    • Lauren Mullen

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

    • Shannon Joanne

      Great for math journals. Start with the ANSWER. Let them create problems! I'd be the obnoxious kid who would come up with "if daddy seal can eat 12 penguins, how many can mommy seal eat?"

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