Saturday, March 2, 2013

Spring Math Word Problems with a FREEBIE!

I just finished our Spring set of Math Word Problems (Color, Cut and Paste)!  You can download an addition and subtraction FREEBIE from this pack by clicking the "Download Preview" button in our shop!

When teaching in the classroom, kids ALWAYS seemed to struggle with word problems.  It was an area of math that they just couldn't master and the test scores inevitably showed a lack of understanding.  This is exactly why I wanted to create a set of word problems that helped students understand the math concepts AND master them!

Often times we ask kids to draw pictures for their word problems to show their work.  After about 2 word problems, that gets a bit boring and tiresome.  I certainly don't want kids to feel frustrated when doing word problems, which is why I created the color, cut and paste option.  This pack has built in mantipulative for every problem!  There are 2 months worth of math problems in this pack (addition and subtraction).

Student read the word problem, cut and paste the appropriate number of items onto their sheet to show their work! Key addition and subtraction problems are included so kids learn to recognize the wording needed to solve the word problem.  Easy, fun and effective!

Head on over to our shop and click the Download Preview button to grab these FREEBIES!  

Check out our Spring Math Word Problems product in our shops below!

                                                             Yay for Spring!


Miss Kindergarten said...

Love it Annie! So much fun and so educational!

Annie Moffatt said...

Aw...thanks Miss Kindergarten!! :)

simply_zu said...

They are adorable..Thanks :)

Annie Moffatt said...

You're welcome!! Thanks so much Shazra!

Sara Gaitan said...

Ooo! I love these! These are perfect for my preschoolers! I am focusing on simple addition and subtraction in the coming weeks! I must have these!


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FirstGradeBlueSkies (Jennifer) said...

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Traci - Dragonflies in First said...

What a cute, fun and hands on way to tackle a tough concept! LOVE IT!

Mrs. Ryan said...

These look great! Thanks for sharing! Your pack is now on my wish list. :)

vicky1970 said...

Annie - the cut and paste's are soo cute. I love how there is a variation ( draw or cut and paste ) I'm sure your cute girls love these!
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Mrs. C said...

My kids will be soooo excited to use these! Thanks so much!

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