A few more word problems for students to solve using
addition, subtraction, multiplication and repeated addition.
I gave this sheet to my students for homework at least twice a week. Every night my class was required to read for at least 30 minutes. I would often give them this 3 question worksheet to quickly assess their knowledge of their book. Keep in mind, several of my students were well below reading level and still reading picture books. This sheet works well with shorter books students can read in one sitting or I'm sure you can use introduce it once readers have completed a chapter book.
Students are asked to identify each number sentence as either TRUE or FALSE.
4 pages, 15 questions
Students are asked to solve word problems involving basic
addition, subtraction, multiplication and division skills.
Read each of the following math problems carefully.
Re-read the problem to make sure you understand.
Show your work and circle your final answer.
For this quick assessment, I included the definitions of maximum, minimum and median at the top to remind students of the difference. When teaching special education, I often provided students with just a little more information than usual to help them feel more confident about completing activities.
Now that you have read the story “The Boy Who Cried Wolf”, think about the author’s purpose of this non-fiction tale. Why do you think the author wrote this particular fable? What moral do you think the author wants readers to learn from this story? Why do you think nobody believed the boy at the end of the story? Use supporting details from the story to support your answer.
In your answer, be sure to:
Check your writing for correct spelling, grammar, capitalization, and punctuation.
The Three Little Pigs is about a wolf who wants nothing more than to eat three little pigs. Now, think about the wolf in the tale of Little Red Riding Hood. After thinking about the two characters, tell how the two wolves are alike. Afterwards, tell how they are different. Use supporting details from both stories to support your answer.
In your answer, be sure to
2 pages, 12 addition problems each
These pages are great for students who have difficulty with spacing and lining up their numbers.