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Miss Ward

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Maths: What Is The Problem?

Today we are doing Maths backwards! Instead of reading a question and then finding the answer, you are going to read the answer and then think of your own question that might match that answer. Look at my example! You can make it as challenging as you'd like, as long as your answer is the one at the top of the box! 1. Tap plus Add response. 2. Think of your own word problem that has the answer that is at the top of the page. For example, if the answer is 3, then the problem I could write could be "If I had 7 biscuits and then my naughty dog gobbles up 4 of them, how many do I have left?" 3. Use label or drawing tools to show the problem. Add emojis, if you want to! 4. mic Record yourself explaining how you could work out the answer to the the problems. 5. check Click the tick to add to your journal.

2nd Grade, 1st Grade, 3rd Grade, Math
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