# Math key words

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### Facebook0Tweet0Pin0 Most students sigh at the sight of a story problem. Why? Because they require both reading and math and often involve multiple computations. This is constantly an area data shows students need to grow in. Here are a couple of tips and a resource you can use to support your students in mastering story problems. 1. Identify Key Words Story problems need to be turned into equations in order to be solved. The only way to do that is to identify the important information. It is…

Lynn Montgomery saved to Math

### This past week, we started working on multi-step word problems using the 4 operations. My students always have a hard time with this concept because they get overwhelmed having to incorporate and figure out which of the 4 operations they need to solve for as well as having to perform two different operations in one problem. Too often I see them just guessing rather than really thinking each problem through about what is actually happening in the problem. This week, we did some math skits…

Devarani Naidoo saved to Projects to Try

### Use this resource to create large, vivid, and beautiful math bulletin board posters! You can create these anchor charts with any printer! Great posters for any middle school or upper elementary mat…

Rachel Blicker saved to Too Cool for School

### When working with word problems, a good place to start is to identify which operation you need to use. Students can often figure this out by looking for some key vocabulary words that indicate the...

Mary Mahoney saved to Learning

### Use this resource to create large, vivid, and beautiful math bulletin board posters! You can create these anchor charts with any printer! Great posters for any middle school or upper elementary mat…

sneha pande saved to class VII maths

### Students need a strategy and organized method of approaching math story problems to avoid the overwhelming feeling of fear and dread. Learn about using CUBES and CUBED for students.

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