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Ann Ingham

Student Instructions

The answer is 11, what could the question be? Holiday Edition!

1. Click the add button. 2. Read the answer and think of a math story that would give the answer you see. 3. Then, use the label or :draw: draw tools to show the equation. 4. Be sure to record your story (keep it short no more than one minute). 5. When you have finished, press the green button to submit it. Remember your story needs to include numbers and a question that would lead someone to solve your work. • What must my word problem equal to? • What math operation will I use? • Does this equation equal to the number I need? • What items or characters will be featured in my word problem? • What will happen to the items or characters in my word problem?

3rd Grade, Math
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