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Terry's Taco Shack: What Does "How Many More" Mean?

Unit 4: Tables
Lesson 3 of 4

Objective: SWBAT solve comparison problems using addition or subtraction strategies.

Big Idea: Students oftentimes struggle with comparison problems since there is no "action" in the problem (i.e: nothing is getting taken away or added). In this lesson, students practice strategies for solving comparison problems.

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Subject(s):
Math, Data collection / Organization / Display, addition, subtraction, tables, comparison
  50 minutes
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