Now how do I convince her that she CAN keep her room clean?
High-Number Toss - 1 is designed to measure student understanding of place value as it is used in the Everyday Math Game of the same name.
Lucky Draw was designed to help students develop the concept of probability.
Students imagine cutting apart the letters of words and expressions, placing them in a bag, then calculating the probability of pulling different letters.
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.  Students must be familiar with the game to successfully solve the problem.High-Number Toss - 2 is designed to measure student understanding of place value as it is used in the Everyday Math Game of the same name.Another type of problem that's great for young learners is a two-step problem, which requires them to solve for one unknown before solving for another.Once young students have mastered basic word problems, they can practice two-step (and three-step) problems to work on more challenging concepts.[Grade 1] [Grade 2] [Grade 3] [Grade 4] [Grade 5] The Word Problems are listed by grade and, within each grade, by theme.I always find that providing a seasonal worksheet helps keep my daughter excited about doing her work.The Boardwalk Fun problem requires students to use a logic grid to figure out what each kid wants to do at the boardwalk.  An organized clue-by-clue solution is provided for help in using this logic grid for teachers who are not familiar with these kinds of logic problems.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.