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Math Word Problem Task Cards - Addition, Subtraction, Divi

This Word Problem Task Cards Pack includes 80 different word problems for varying abilities levels. There are addition, subtraction, division and multiplication task cards. These task cards are designed for Kindergarten, First Grade and Second Grade.

Teaching Resources at www.LauraCandler.com - Online file cabinet of ready-to-use lessons and freebies for teachers

Powerful Teaching Made Easy is an online "filing cabinet" that holds activities, lessons, resources, and printables for teachers.

Make a simple DIY paper plate addition game to help your child practice their addition and even subtraction skills

Make a simple paper plate addition game to help your pupil practice their addition and even subtraction skills. Place buttons (using pincer grip) onto the plate to show the sum and the answers.

Helpful ideas no matter what grade you teach!

Beaded number rods for subtraction! Great visual for students with special needs. Adding concrete materials when performing simple operations, helps build number sense to ensure students are relating quantities to symbols (numbers).

This simple activity is a great way to help kids see the connection between addition and subtraction, as well as practice writing addition and subtraction number sentences! Perfect for first grade!

This simple roll and write activity is great for kids to practice writing addition and subtraction number sentences, as well as understanding subtraction.

Addition/Subtraction Sticks! Great way to check for understanding with word problems.

Pin This activity uses plus and minus sticks when working on addition/subtraction word problems and stories.

Math Word Problem Task Cards. Includes 80 different addition, subtraction, multiplication and division cards suited to kindergarten, first grade and second grade. Includes 3 word problem mat options.

Pin 6 *literacy* Materials: task cards and dry erase markers Description: the children read the problem, they draw it using pictures or symbols, then they write the word problem below.