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Here’s a step by step guide that will help your kids get through those tough math problems. We’ll use a grade 3 addition word problem as an example to clarify: Pinky the Pig bought 36 apples while Danny the Duck bought 73 apples and 14 bananas.
A math word problem is a math problem in which the information needed to solve the problem is provided using words rather than numbers or symbols. It requires you to read or listen before solving.
The most commonly used problem-solving model is Polya’s four-step model which is: understand the problem, make a plan, carry out the plan, and look back to check the results (Polya, 1945). When using this model, children should be given flexibility to use a strategy of their choice or creation during the make a plan and carry out a plan section.
Polya’s Problem Solving Techniques In 1945 George Polya published the book How To Solve It which quickly became his most prized publication. It sold over one million copies and has been translated into 17 languages. In this book he identi es four basic principles of problem solving. Polya’s First Principle: Understand the problem.
Plainville has adopted a rather unique approach to tackling the issue of students being successful on pencil-and-paper math work but falling down on problem solving. Three years ago we realized that our students were not understanding what the problem-solving tasks were asking them to do, and students often failed to develop a well-thought-out plan to solve the tasks.