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FREE! 3rd Grade Word Problem Review with QR Codes and Video! These are perfect for centers, group activities, and homework to help your students no matter what their ability level. They will allow all students to review various types of word problems and then solve them using bar models!

How do you teach students to truly understand word problems? By helping them to understand the relationship of the numbers and the context of the problem. Some great strategies for teaching word problems.

Great for teaching bar modeling. Posters for the room, steps for students to use and examples.

Brain teaser - Number And Math Puzzle - Number series puzzle - There are five number series puzzles on the picture. Each series continues with some number (replace the question mark with your number).

Learn how to get started with project-based learning in your classroom.

Algebra and Beyond - Blog

Love a good little Cinderella Story!? Why not a Cinderella story problem.Mini-book includes cover and 7 story problems on 2-3rd grade level. Incl...

Down Home: Singapore Math Tips: Level 3

The 22-page Problem Solving Assessment Pack includes two tests, a pretest and a posttest, designed to help you assess your students' math problem-solving abilities. The pretest data will enable you to determine where to begin with your problem-solving instruction; the posttest data will help you track their progress later.

95% will fail to answer this Counter Strike Puzzle – Math Puzzles Only for Geniuses

Ramblings of a fifth and sixth grade teacher....: Fractions with Manipulatives-Pattern Blocks

Model Drawing for Challenging Word Problems: Finding Solutions the Singapore Way for grades 6-9. Covers fractions, ratios, distance, percent, two unknowns and algebra!

Pan Balance Problems

Pan balance problems - difference between m+2=8 and 2m=8

Multiplication fact memorization might be easier than you or your students think! This blog post tells how to show kids that they really only have 21 "new" facts to learn and has a link to a free product for your classroom. There is also a link to a paid product that focuses on memorizing those 21 new facts using pictures and rhymes.