All word problems are dynamic (in other words, they regenerate a new problem each time you open them or click refresh on your browser).
The words in the particular problem will not change but the numbers will.
Now how do I convince her that she CAN keep her room clean?
And I can even do, just so it looks nice, the little leafy part of the carrots.
So if you have 12 rows and each of those rows have 6, this is really 12 times 6.
They tell us he plants a total of 12 rows-- 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12. Well, you could do this exercise and then try to count all of these carrots. Luckily for us, we have multiplication as a tool that we can use.
With my eldest daughter, once I realized how much she struggled with math when it wasn't written down in a nice neat equation, I often walked through a math problem with her (doing most of the work myself) and then provided her a few regenerations of the same problem with different numbers for her to do solo.
After a few weeks of this, she was able to do them without the walkthrough from mom. " fairly quickly so confidence building is important -- if she thinks she can't do something she can't -- if she thinks she can do something she can.
Key words encourage students to ignore meaning and look for a formula.
Mathematics is about meaning (Van de Walle, 2012).\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003e\u003cstrong\u003e Solving Problems Relies on Thinking and Making Sense.