Tying the Equation to a Word Problem - Section 2: Guided Practice

  Tying the Equation to a Word Problem
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Writing Subtraction Word Problems

Unit 12: Super Subtraction
Lesson 2 of 3

Objective: SWBAT write and solve a subtraction word problem using drawing, a number line, and an equation.

Big Idea: Sometimes the idea of students WRITING a word problem seems overwhelming. This student-centered lesson makes the process simple, effective, and fun!

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