Completely revised in 2019 to reflect grade-level standards, Daily Word Problems is the perfect resource to improve students’ problem-solving skills. The all-NEW word problems are written to support current math standards and expectations and provide consistent spiral review of math concepts. Students’ problem-solving skills improve as they participate in meaningful, real-life math practice.
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.
What’s new in the revised edition of Daily Word Problems?
All-new word problems to support current standards
New weekly themes that present problems in the context of real life
Day-by-day skills list to help teachers identify skills practiced
Grade 1 math skill practice includes: (The bullets in this list are smaller than the ones above; I’m not sure how to fix. This applies throughout the document.)
addition and subtraction facts
2- and 3-digit addition and subtraction
counting by 2s, 5s, and 10s
writing number sentences
shapes, length, equal shares
graphs, charts, tally marks
Includes scope and sequence chart and an answer key.