Thursday, March 3, 2011

Daily Editing Word Problems for the week of 3/7

I had quite a few people tell me they really liked my daily editing word problems that I posted last week and some even asking to buy them!  So, here are the ones I made for next week. I  looked at a calendar of "holidays" and observances to included timely topics like the Iditarod, Girl Scout Day, Guinea Pig Adoption Day, and Bubble Gum month. Hope you can use them.

3-7 Daily Editing Word Problems

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12 comments:

  1. Wow! You are terrific! What an awesome way to connect math and reading.
    Thanks so much for sharing.
    Claire
    www.firstgradesmarties.blogspot.com

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  2. These are amazing!! I have been trying to come up with meaningful Wake Up work for when the children come in while the others unpack. I don't like "busy work", but these are not anything of the sort! I will def be using these so THANK YOU!!

    First Grade Serenade

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  3. TY so much for sharing this!! WOOHOOOO!

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  4. I love this! If you are able to, I'd think that lots of us would LOVE to see your year's collection of these - I am interested to see how simple they are at the beginning of the year. This may be a new morning work idea for my kiddos next year!! (And putting them up for purchase isn't a bad idea, either, should you want fair compensation!!)

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  5. Those are great.

    Jenna
    fancyinfirst.blogspot.com

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  6. These are great! Thanks for sharing!

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  7. Jenn,

    I have been struggling with finding a meaningful wake up work activity. My principal's middle name is Rigor and he just frowns on any work sheet. I started your Sr. Suess ones this week and he happened to walk thru when we were fixing it together using my doc camera. I loved what he saw!!! Thanks so much. I can't wait to use the next set. Oh and they are challenging for my group. But they will be better for it. And they are most worthy of paying for. :)

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  8. Thanks so much for sharing your ideas! This is my 12th year of teaching and I'm finally learning how to blog. I am very thankful for all the ideas tht I have found! Hopefully I will be able to get my blog up and running so I can reciprocate!

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  9. Love these! We did some of the Dr. Seuss one's you made and I'm amazed at how many of my kiddos don't see the sentences...thanks for helping me to help them learn to listen to the words they are reading and punctuate!!!!
    Appreciate all your talent!

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  10. Iditarod! Yay! I'm an Alaskan outside of her homeland and I am always excited when people know about this amazing race! Good job!

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