SUBTRACTION WORD PROBLEMS
Think Boards – BUNDLE
Think Boards are a great, visual device for helping children to solve Math word problems. They encourage the use of different strategies to solve problems. Armed with the knowledge and experience of using a variety of strategies, the children will start to make their own decisions as to the most appropriate strategy for them to use at any one time. This bundle brings together four types of subtraction word problems:
There are four packages of subtraction word problems in this BUNDLE.
You will find:
- posters showing the strategies used on the Think Boards for you to print and display in the classroom – choice of 4 different backgrounds
- 40 Think Boards – (2 per page) featuring each of the four different types of subtraction word problems – numbers to 20
- 16 Think Boards where the number sentence (equation) is provided and students must create the number story – 4 for each type of problem
- 8 Assessment Worksheets – each with 5 word problems.
If you would like to look at the individual packages, please click on the links below:
- Subtraction Word Problems – Think Boards – Result Unknown
- Subtraction Word Problems – Think Boards – Change Unknown
- Subtraction Word Problems – Think Boards – Start Unknown
- Subtraction Word Problems – Think Boards – Compare
ACMNA015, ACMNA030, ACMNA036
(Source: Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority (ACARA), downloaded from the Australian Curriculum website on (26/4/17).
Year 1 and 2
Digital Resource – PDF
Number of Pages
Other resources you may be interested in:
- Addition Word Problems – Think Boards – Sums to 10 – BUNDLE
- Addition Word Problems – Think Boards – Sums to 10 – Result Unknown
- Addition Word Problems – Think Boards – Sums to 10 – Change Unknown
- Addition Word Problems – Think Boards – Sums to 10 – Start Unknown
- Addition Word Problems – Think Boards – Sums to 10 – Compare
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