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50 Fill-in Math Word Problems: Grades 4-6: Engaging Stories by Bob Krech

By Bob Krech

Those humorous and fascinating “mad lib” worksheets supply childrens a enjoyable method to perform fixing be aware difficulties. ability subject matters correlate to the NCTM criteria and comprise multiplication, department, size, chance, algebra, and many extra. they're excellent for companion and small-group studying. to be used with Grades 4-6.

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He said each of us had to pick a friend and then share the gifts evenly among all of us. Question: How many of the gifts should each of you get? ” I went there (name of boy in the class) , and . At the snack bar I bought a large cup to drink. It cost (liquid) (one-digit number) dollars. I also bought a bag of 24 chocolate (plural noun) candy and shared it evenly with my friends. Question: What fraction of the bag did you get? _____________________ How many pieces of candy did you get? ___________________ 34 50 Fill-in Math Word Problems: Grades 4-6 © Bob Krech and Joan Novelli, Scholastic Teaching Resources Number and Operations Fractions of a Whole Name Date Pizza and Video Games We are having pizza from (name of person in the class) ’s Pizzeria PIZZA, PLEASE!

First, I (adjective) the carpet, and then I put away my (two-digit number) (past-tense verb) my bed. Then, I . I found (plural noun) (two-digit even number) (past-tense verb) of them. They had to be put evenly into two drawers. Question: How many did you put in each drawer? ___________________ 32 50 Fill-in Math Word Problems: Grades 4-6 © Bob Krech and Joan Novelli, Scholastic Teaching Resources Number and Operations Two-Digit Division Name Date Uncle Joe’s Visit Uncle Joe came all the way from He had to take a and very to get here.

Place) . My brothers, (plural noun) (name of boy in the class) and , as well as my (name of girl in the class) , were just as happy as I was to see Uncle Joe. He always gives us a present. Last time it was (three-digit number) was so cool! This time he gave us (adjective) (plural noun) . That (three-digit number with zero in the tens place and zero in the ones place) (plural noun) ! He said each of us had to pick a friend and then share the gifts evenly among all of us. Question: How many of the gifts should each of you get?

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