Word Problems Bundle (Level B)
What if you could improve your students’ problem-solving abilities in just 15 minutes a day? What if your students actually began to look forward to those 15 minutes of problem-solving and even asked you for MORE????
No need to wonder . . . Daily Math Puzzlers is that program! These math problems were field-tested by dozens of teachers all over the world, and their kids were actually asking for more! The program helped students develop confidence in their problem-solving abilities. As a teacher, you’ll enjoy the step-by-step instructions for reviewing calculator skills, teaching problem-solving steps and strategies, and providing a variety of challenging and engaging math problems. Please download the preview and examine it carefully to see if this level is right for you.
New! Math Problem Solving: Mindsets Matter Webinar Bonus
I’ve added the Math Problem Solving: Mindsets Matter Webinar PD Pack as a bonus item to each of the Daily Math Puzzler books! In this webinar, I explained how to foster a growth mindset in math. If you’ve already purchased this Daily Math Puzzler product, download the zip file again to find the webinar pack.
New Editable Templates
I’ve just added a folder of editable PowerPoint Daily Math Puzzler templates and pages to customize. If you’ve already purchased this Daily Math Puzzler product, download the zip file again to find the webinar pack.
Daily Math Puzzlers Level B can be used with students in grades 3 – 5 depending on their skill level. You may preview the entire packet before purchasing to see if these lessons are right for your class. Download my Free Math Problem Solving Assessment Pack right here to help you determine the correct level for your class.
To preview the products in this bundle, view this bundle on TpT.
Need the International Versions Featuring the Metric System?
Two of the Daily Math Puzzler books are available in an international version that uses the Metric System. Obviously they can’t be truly international in terms of money systems.
I hope to have international versions of Levels C and D available one day, but it’s not in my plans for the next few months.