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  • Karin Screws

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

  • Brooke Beach

    awesome way to encourage critical thinking and problem solving!

  • Brooke Bates

    Critical Thinking Activity- math warm up

  • __Tonez .

    Teaching math. problem solving station...LOVE having them create the problem!

  • Vicki May

    problem solving- morning work

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