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SOLVING WORD PROBLEMS WITH PICTURES

Give students a fool-proof strategy for solving word problems with this complete math program, by PCI's Kristina Swann. The addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division problems are presented...

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Give students a fool-proof strategy for solving word problems with this complete math program, by PCI's Kristina Swann. The addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division problems are presented in 155 high-interest, "real-life" stories. While solving the basic problems in this 160-page, reproducible binder, students learn and practice a simple, six-step process that can be used to attack any word problem. Stories are written at a low reading level to accommodate beginning and struggling readers and are appropriate for students of all ages.

STUDENTS VISUALIZE THE MATH
A unique aspect of this program is the requirement that students visualize and draw a picture to represent the problem. Creating a visual representation of the word problem helps students clearly understand what the problem is about. When students understand what a word problem is about, they can plan an appropriate way to solve it.

FOUR LEVELS
As students progress through each level, new challenges appear. Level 1 begins with the most basic problems, which contain no extraneous information to distract students. In Level 2, students identify the distractor in each problem and choose the correct operation from two choices. In Level 3, students choose the correct operation to solve each problem from four choices. In Level 4, students solve problems in a standardized test format.

INCLUDES
A 160-page Binder with Instructions, Practice Problems, 155 Word Problems, a Math Keywords page, and an Answer Key.

Product Type: Binder/Worksheets
Code: PCI1721
Author: Kristina Swann
Copyright: 2004
Age-Appropriate For: Elementary and Secondary
Reading Level: 3.0-3.9
Reproducible: yes
Number of Pages: 160
Teacher's Guide: Binder includes instructions, practice problems, word problems, keywords, and an answer key.

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"SOLVING WORD PROBLEMS WITH PICTURES" by TeachElementary  Tuesday, June 24, 2008

I really like the approach to solving basic math problems presented in this program. By having the students repeat the same six steps to complete problems provides them with a valuable tool that they can apply to other mathematical concepts and problems. I feel that the strategy of drawing pictures is a great way to utilize different learning styles and tap into different strengths of students of varying abilities. The directions, stories, and activities are on a low reading level so even struggling readers can be successful with this program.

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"SOLVING WORD PROBLEMS WITH PICTURES" by TeachElementary  Tuesday, June 24, 2008

I really like the approach to solving basic math problems presented in this program. By having the students repeat the same six steps to complete problems provides them with a valuable tool that they can apply to other mathematical concepts and problems. I feel that the strategy of drawing pictures is a great way to utilize different learning styles and tap into different strengths of students of varying abilities. The directions, stories, and activities are on a low reading level so even struggling readers can be successful with this program.

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