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    Word Problems --> Awesome way to get them to work it out :)

    A great problem solving template for word problems! This would work great for simultaneous RoundTable, then everyone is writing their own problem, then checking and solving others.

    Keys to Math signs

    Math problem solving strategies

    A list of math code words my students place in their math journals to refer to when working on word problems....

    Problem solving

    Properties foldable

    Smiling and Shining in Second Grade: Second Grade Common Core Math Standards

    Math Stations for any topic problems, increase in difficulty... like!!

    Preschool Math Word Problems- use with counting bears....each child gets a baggy of 5 bears and an envelope. 5 bears are in your bag. Put 2 bears in the envelope. How many bears are left in your bag?

    Area math game: Roll the dice and draw the area array on your own grid - first to fill it wins. Or 2 players choose a different coloured pen each, use one grid and the player who cannot complete the last array is the loser. Like it!

    Best Math Notebook

    One week to Math Centers! How to start guided math and math centers- one week introduction!

    Setting up math problem-solving notebooks

    STAAR Math Anchor Chart

    Key Words Used In Math Word Problems #Math #MathTutors

    Prove it! {4th grade Common Core math problems}.....could be differentiated for other grade levels. I like the space for writing an explanation!!! More free #math ideas here:

    Math Word Walls ~ Five free tips for using them effectively.

    This would be great for accommodating students who need visual supports for problem solving. Turning Words into Math Graphic Organizer

    These simple money math word problems help the young child begin solving story problems. This Montessori Material contains money word...

    This packet has word cards for important vocabulary words in the Math Common Core State Standards for 3rd Grade. The cards are illustrated to help students understand the meaning of each word. They are also color-coded by domain. $