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  • Alaina Stansbury

    Classroom management so students are in control of their own Problem solving!

  • Lora-Joy Adzima

    Resolving Conflicts...wish I had this when I was teaching 6th grade

  • Shannon Sibert

    Problem solving conflict resolution

  • Amber Marsh

    Wheel of Choices - this should work great for the SMART board for beginning of the year talk

  • Megan Ann

    Classroom Management: teaching kids to be problem solvers

  • Sheila Blaisdell Walker

    Classroom problem solving - students are asked to try 3 of these activities before asking for teacher intervention

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Here's an editable problem-solving template that focuses on the strategies Draw a Picture, Find a Pattern, Choose an Operation, and Make a Table. There is room for students to show their work as well as write out the steps they followed to solve the problem.

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Problem Solving Start to Finish. 145 Task cards for the steps of problem solving for Older Elementary and Middle School students.

Persevere in solving problems? Want to see if your kids really know what they are doing when they are problem solving? Want to focus your kids into the process of problem solving? This simple one page problem solver includes a place for students to choose their strategy, to choose their math concept, to show their work, and to justify their answer. It also includes a

Ohhh my word this is a great idea. I am making one of these. I love that it states the obvious!!!!!!!! :)

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Problem Solving Song-Sung to the tune of "The Addams Family" TV show theme song.

So using this! Hopefully it will stop the tattling after recess is over and we're heading back to class