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# Name: __________________________________________ Due: November 14 , 2014

## Problem Solving Choice Board

During the next 2 weeks of school, students should choose 1 problem to solve from the choice board
below each day. Some problems have 2 options of numbers to use. Students should choose the pair of
numbers they feel most confident to use. Math homework should only be for 15 minutes each day.

Problem Solving
Solve the problem on a separate
sheet of paper.

Before you begin, remember to
think of what important
information you need to

Afonso had 8 marbles. Mia gave
him 4 more marbles. How many
marbles does Afonso have now?
After you solve the problem, write
about which strategy you used to
Subitizing: Dot to Dot Game
Use the attached sheet to play
the Dot to Dot game. The
instructions on how to play the
game are on the sheet.

Have Fun!

Problem Solving
Solve the problem on a separate
sheet of paper.

Before you begin, remember to
think of what important
information you need to

Cheikh had 9 star stickers. He
went to the shop and bought 2
more star stickers. Now how
many stickers does he have?
After you solve the problem, write
about which strategy you used to

Solve the problem on a separate
sheet of paper.

Choose the pair of numbers to use
in the problem that you are most
comfortable with.

Monday and ___ books on
Tuesday. How many books did

4, 7 14, 7
Solve the problem on a
separate sheet of paper.

Choose the pair of numbers to
use in the problem that you are
most comfortable with.

Yago ate ___ carrots and ___
beans. How many vegetables
did he eat all together?
6, 5 6, 9
Solve the problem on a separate
sheet of paper.

Choose the pair of numbers to use
in the problem that you are most
comfortable with.

Anna had ___ stickers. She got __
more stickers. Now how many
stickers does she have?
2, 10 12, 10

Problem Writing
On a separate piece of paper,
write or draw your own story
problem that fits the number
sentence below.

5 + 7 = ____

Problem Writing
On a separate piece of paper,
write or draw your own story
problem that fits the number
sentence below.

8 + 2 = ____
Pattern Problem Solving

There are a lot of fish in a pond.
Karen put her net into the pond
and 3 fish swim into it. She puts
her net in again and 6 fish swim
into it. She puts her net in again
and 9 fish swim into it. If she puts
her net in again, how many fish
would swim into it?
o Write the number. _______
o What is the rule? ___________
o Is it a repeating or growing
pattern? _________________

My child completed the activities crossed out above and work is stapled to this page.

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