Daily Word Problems Math

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Grade 1:
Daily Word Problems is the perfect resource to improve students’ problem-solving skills as they participate in meaningful, real-life math practice. The word problems are written to support current math standards and expectations and provide consistent spiral review of math concepts.
 
The 36 weeks of activities provide practice of grade-level math concepts such as addition, multiplication, fractions, logic, algebra, and more.
 
Each week focuses on a theme and provides a daily word problem within the context of a real-life situation.

  • Monday–Thursday’s activities provide a one- or two-step word problem.
  • Friday’s format is more extensive and requires multiple steps. The multi-step problems require students to incorporate higher-order thinking skills by applying their understanding within a different context.
  • Reproducible pages provide plenty of room for students to solve using the strategy of their choice.
  • Day-by-day skills lists identify the skills practiced in each unit.

Grade 1 math skill practice includes:

  • addition and subtraction facts
  • column addition
  • 2- and 3-digit addition and subtraction
  • counting by 2s, 5s, and 10s
  • place value
  • making comparisons
  • writing number sentences
  • shapes, length, equal shares
  • graphs, charts, tally marks
  • ordering numbers
  • patterns
  • fractions
  • time
  • money
  • measurement

Includes scope and sequence chart and an answer key.


Grade 2:
Daily Word Problems is the perfect resource to improve students’ problem-solving skills as they participate in meaningful, real-life math practice. The word problems are written to support current math standards and expectations and provide consistent spiral review of math concepts.
 
The 36 weeks of activities provide practice of grade-level math concepts such as addition, multiplication, fractions, logic, algebra, and more.
 
Each week focuses on a theme and provides a daily word problem within the context of a real-life situation.

  • Monday–Thursday’s activities provide a one- or two-step word problem.
  • Friday’s format is more extensive and requires multiple steps. The multi-step problems require students to incorporate higher-order thinking skills by applying their understanding within a different context.
  • Reproducible pages provide plenty of room for students to solve using the strategy of their choice.
  • Day-by-day skills lists identify the skills practiced in each unit.

Grade 2 math skill practice includes:

  • addition and subtraction facts
  • 2- and 3-digit addition and subtraction
  • skip counting within 1,000
  • 2- and 3-digit addition and subtraction with regrouping
  • place value
  • graphs, charts, and maps
  • reading and writing numbers and number words
  • fractions
  • time
  • money
  • measurement

Includes scope and sequence chart and an answer key.


Grade 3:
Daily Word Problems is the perfect resource to improve students’ problem-solving skills as they participate in meaningful, real-life math practice. The word problems are written to support current math standards and expectations and provide consistent spiral review of math concepts.
 
The 36 weeks of activities provide practice of grade-level math concepts such as addition, multiplication, fractions, logic, algebra, and more.
 
Each week focuses on a theme and provides a daily word problem within the context of a real-life situation.

  • Monday–Thursday’s activities provide a one- or two-step word problem.
  • Friday’s format is more extensive and requires multiple steps. The multi-step problems require students to incorporate higher-order thinking skills by applying their understanding within a different context.
  • Reproducible pages provide plenty of room for students to solve using the strategy of their choice.
  • Day-by-day skills lists identify the skills practiced in each unit.

Grade 3 math skill practice includes:

  • addition and subtraction within 1,000
  • using multiplication and division facts
  • multidigit addition and subtraction with and without regrouping
  • multiplication with and without regrouping
  • division with and without remainders
  • logical thinking
  • perimeter, area
  • volume, mass, length, width
  • rounding
  • telling time
  • money
  • fractions
  • graphs, charts, and maps
  • logical thinking and patterns
  • comparing numbers

Includes scope and sequence chart and an answer key.


Grade 4:
Daily Word Problems is the perfect resource to improve students’ problem-solving skills as they participate in meaningful, real-life math practice. The word problems are written to support current math standards and expectations and provide consistent spiral review of math concepts.

 
The 36 weeks of activities provide practice of grade-level math concepts such as addition, multiplication, fractions, logic, algebra, and more.
 
Each week focuses on a theme and provides a daily word problem within the context of a real-life situation.

  • Monday–Thursday’s activities provide a one- or two-step word problem.
  • Friday’s format is more extensive and requires multiple steps. The multi-step problems require students to incorporate higher-order thinking skills by applying their understanding within a different context.
  • Reproducible pages provide plenty of room for students to solve using the strategy of their choice.
  • Day-by-day skills lists identify the skills practiced in each unit.

Grade 4 math skill practice includes:

  • addition and subtraction facts
  • multiplication
  • factors and multiples
  • multidigit addition and subtraction with and without regrouping
  • multiplication with and without regrouping
  • division with and without remainders
  • rounding and estimating
  • telling time
  • money
  • decimals
  • fractions
  • logic problems
  • perimeter and area
  • liquid volume, mass, measurement
  • graphs, charts, and maps
  • patterns

Includes scope and sequence chart and an answer key.


Grade 5:
Daily Word Problems is the perfect resource to improve students’ problem-solving skills as they participate in meaningful, real-life math practice. The word problems are written to support current math standards and expectations and provide consistent spiral review of math concepts.

 
The 36 weeks of activities provide practice of grade-level math concepts such as addition, multiplication, fractions, logic, algebra, and more.
 
Each week focuses on a theme and provides a daily word problem within the context of a real-life situation.

  • Monday–Thursday’s activities provide a one- or two-step word problem.
  • Friday’s format is more extensive and requires multiple steps. The multi-step problems require students to incorporate higher-order thinking skills by applying their understanding within a different context.
  • Reproducible pages provide plenty of room for students to solve using the strategy of their choice.
  • Day-by-day skills lists identify the skills practiced in each unit.

Grade 5 math skill practice includes:

  • addition and subtraction
  • multiplication
  • division
  • estimation
  • factors and multiples
  • rounding and estimating
  • time
  • money
  • decimals (multiplication and division)
  • comparing fractions
  • fractions (addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division)
  • logical thinking
  • patterns
  • perimeter and area
  • liquid volume, mass, measurement
  • weight and capacity
  • volume
  • graphs, charts, and maps
  • coordinate planes
  • geometry

Includes scope and sequence chart and an answer key.


Grade 6:
Daily Word Problems is the perfect resource to improve students’ problem-solving skills as they participate in meaningful, real-life math practice. The word problems are written to support current math standards and expectations and provide consistent spiral review of math concepts.
 
The 36 weeks of activities provide practice of grade-level math concepts such as addition, multiplication, fractions, logic, algebra, and more.
 
Each week focuses on a theme and provides a daily word problem within the context of a real-life situation.

  • Monday–Thursday’s activities provide a one- or two-step word problem.
  • Friday’s format is more extensive and requires multiple steps. The multi-step problems require students to incorporate higher-order thinking skills by applying their understanding within a different context.
  • Reproducible pages provide plenty of room for students to solve using the strategy of their choice.
  • Day-by-day skills lists identify the skills practiced in each unit.

Grade 6 math skill practice includes:

  • positive and negative numbers
  • addition and subtraction
  • multiplication and division
  • factors and multiples
  • fractions
  • decimals
  • percentages
  • ratios and rates
  • inequalities
  • time and temperature
  • linear measurement
  • weight and capacity
  • perimeter and area
  • surface area and volume
  • statistics
  • coordinate plane
  • graphs, charts, and maps
  • logical thinking
  • spatial reasoning
  • expressions and equations

Includes scope and sequence chart and an answer key.

 

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