To solve these problems, students will need to have an understanding of how to count money.is divided into Units, which are divided into Lessons.
To solve these problems, students will need to have an understanding of how to count money.
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Word problems allow students the opportunity to apply their math skills in authentic situations.
All too often, children who are able to solve numeric problems find themselves at a loss when faced with a word problem.
Some of the best problems to work with are those in which the unknown factor is located in either the beginning or the middle of the problem.
For example, instead of saying, "I have 29 balloons and the wind blew eight of them away," and then asking "How many do I have left? " Or, "I had 29 balloons, but the wind blew some away, and I only have 21 now. " As teachers and parents, we're often very good at creating or using word problems in which the unknown value is located at the end of the question.
They should also be encouraged to read the question again to be certain that they actually understand what the question is asking them to solve for.
This worksheet features a set of intermediate word problems for young students who have already mastered basic skills.
In the upper-left corner of the Home Link, you should see an icon like this: The Unit number is the first number you see in the icon, and the Lesson number is the second number.
In this case, the student is working in Unit 5, Lesson 4.