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  • Author:
    Jill Norris,Marilyn Evans,Don Robison
  • ISBN:
    1557998132
  • ISBN13:
    978-1557998132
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  • Publisher:
    Evan Moor Educational Publishers; Teacher ed. edition (October 1, 2001)
  • Pages:
    112 pages
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    Schools & Teaching
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We also have, but haven't started, the Evan Moor Math Daily Word Problems Grade 2. Both books seem to be quite at a similar level.

We also have, but haven't started, the Evan Moor Math Daily Word Problems Grade 2. You might be able to use this one, the Grade 1, as summer bridge math work before your child starts Grade 2, but you'd still have to skip some questions (some fractions, multiplication). One person found this helpful.

Daily Word Problems, Grade 1 Math. Daily Math Practice, Grade 2. Evan Moor. There are five daily problems spread over 36 weeks and covers computation, word problems, patterns, understanding numbers, geometry, graphing, and measurement. My daughter enjoys working on the problems in this book as there's variety in the way the problems are structured.

Daily Word Problems Grade 1 book. Each week of problems for first grade centers on a different animal. Published October 1st 2001 by Evan Moor Educational Publishers. Accurate facts about the animal are presented to make the problems more realistic. Daily Word Problems, Grade 1. ISBN. 1557998132 (ISBN13: 0023472030016).

Daily Warm Ups: Word Problems - Book - Grade 3 by Rosenberg Mary. NEW - Daily Word Problems, Grade 1 Math by Jill Norris.

Evan-Moor Educational Publishers 3001 Daily Word Problems, Grade . Features: Product Type: -Classroom Book.

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The premise behind Daily Word Problems is simple and . Jo Larsen, Jill Norris, Marilyn Evans. This is more than just a grade level book. It goes beyond simple word problems introducing children to more complex thinking

Jo Larsen, Jill Norris, Marilyn Evans. Play and Learn with Your Four Year Old (Play and Learn (Evan-Moor)). It goes beyond simple word problems introducing children to more complex thinking. There are plenty of repetitions of similar problems, so by the end of the book a child will master and sharpen his or her math skills. My son is 6 and I give him a page a day instead of only one problem a day. He is doing really well.

Daily math problems are an excellent way for primary and elementary . Math centers are a mainstay in many first through fifth grade classrooms.

Daily math problems are an excellent way for primary and elementary classroom teachers, math educators and homeschoolers to get kids thinking. Word problems, especially multi-step ones are often difficult for students. They are even utilized in middle school.

Joy Evans, Jo Ellen Moore.

Title: Giant Write Every Day Grades 1-6 By: Jo Ellen Moore, Jill Norris, Marilyn Evans Format: Paperback Number of Pages: 176 Vendor: Evan-Moor Educational Publishers Publication Date: 1997. Dimensions: 11 X . 0 (inches) ISBN: 1557996040 ISBN-13: 9781557996046 UPC: 023472007759 Stock No: WW96040. Joy Evans, Jo Ellen Moore. Evan-Moor Educational Publishers, 1997, Trade Paperback. The Most Comprehensive writing resource a teacher can own 300 "Quickwrites"; a calendar of 25 topics each month for short, daily practice; 209 story starters and titles for longer, more formal writings; 151 reproducible writing forms.

Daily Math Practice Grade 5. Uploaded by Trang Bu. Daily Math Practice Friday 7 Mrs. Sage will print a copy of the class alphabet book for each student. Uploaded by Trang Bui. Daily math practice for kids. to your state’s standards. Desktop: Carolina Caird 18 Lower Ragsdale Drive, Monterey, CA 93940-5746. The book is formatted in pages with a title page, a page for each letter, and an end page. If there are 70 students, how many reams of paper will Mrs. Sage need for the books?

Word problems are an essential part of grade 3 common core standards. Word problems allow students the opportunity to apply their math skills in authentic situations.

Word problems are an essential part of grade 3 common core standards. They help students master basic math and problem-solving skills. All too often, children who are able to solve numeric problems find themselves at a loss when faced with a word problem. Some of the best problems to work with are those in which the unknown factor is located in either the beginning or the middle of the problem.

Each week of problems for first grade centers on a different animal. Accurate facts about the animal are presented to make the problems more realistic. Mathematic skills practiced include: addition and subtraction facts, column addition, 2- and 3-digit addition and subtraction, counting by 2s, 5s, and 10s, reading and interpreting graphs and charts, reading and writing numbers and number words, fractions, time, money, and measurement.

Malaris
Excellent, but as other reviewers have detailed a fair number of the problems are not at the Grade 1 level. There is no way a teacher could use this book for Grade 1 warm-ups. My son is in Grade 1, a bit advanced (I wouldn't say gifted) and we are almost through this book. I work through each problem with him and even so, a few are just way up in second term Grade 2 so we end up discussing and then skipping those. Overall, I'm happy. We also have, but haven't started, the Evan Moor Math Daily Word Problems Grade 2. Both books seem to be quite at a similar level. You might be able to use this one, the Grade 1, as summer bridge math work before your child starts Grade 2, but you'd still have to skip some questions (some fractions, multiplication).
Bearus
This is great for a child with a shorter attention span- quick and to the point. It offers a great mix of different skills, without being repetitiously boring. The weekly animal themes are fun, and can provide an intro into doing a unit study based on the the weekly theme- you could add a more in-depth animal study, geography, reading and writing. A great value for the money!!
Chinon
Our son (6.75 years) loves the daily word problems. He is redoing them this summer before 2nd grade because he requested that I get copies from his teacher. Despite his enthusiasm for doing these problems, he can only do half of them independently. To solve these problems, he needs frequent teacher/parent direction and uses an aid from Using Visual Grids for Solving Math Word Problems.

Because he loves these problems and they are challenging for him, I give the book 4 stars.

Because this workbook cannot be done independently by most first graders, I subtracted a star. It can still be done in a classroom. Our son was an emerging reader until April and jumped to third grade level in June. His teacher spent one-on-one time helping him do these problems all year. He loved it, but his teacher felt that it took too much of her time. I thought that since he is now a fluent reader and has had a lot more practice in mathematics that these problems would be easier. Some are easy for him, but many like the following are too challenging for him to set up by himself.

"A llama eats one bale of hay each week. How much hay will five llamas need for a three-week supply?"

"The baby squirrel needs to eat every two hours. How many times will it eat in 12 hours?"

"This chimp is four feet tall. When it puts its arms out to the sides, its reach is 1 and 1/2 times as long as it is tall. How wide is the chimp's arm span?"
Karon
Nice way to keep the daily practice of word problems, since they are a struggle for many kids. This keeps the concept fresh in their minds and a great supplement to any other math curriculum.
Monam
I used this book with my older daughter 3 years ago when she was in first grade. She really enjoyed solving the problems in this book. There were a few problems she needed help with, but that's expected in any workbook. The drawings were nice, and the layout is kid-friendly. There is space to work out the problems.

Now that my younger daughter is ready for this material, I am back to reorder another one and decided to write this review. This workbook is probably not suitable for a child who is struggling with word problems, but one who enjoys challenges.
Zinnthi
I homeschool twin six year old boys. I started this book with one of my more math advanced sons. In the beginning the problems were great but the other reviews are correct the book requires parent set up on many of the math problems. Mathematical concepts such as multiplication and division are necessary. We use our math manipulatives from our other math program to visually set up the problem. One of my sons like it but he needs set up help with explanation of higher order math. It is a first grade book expecting some 3rd and 4th grade level math skills. The book is nice but I will not be using it for his twin brother it is way to advanced for him. If a child likes a challenge and the parent has time to work with them this is a great book. If you have a mathematically challenged fist grader this book would be too complicated as well as discouraging. There are way too many other books to supplement a mathematically challenged child that are more appropriate. I would recommend Mathematical Reasoning books from Critical Thinking Company for a good supplement.
Sennnel
Looks great! Just what I was expecting.
I think word problems are so important, and that it's a shame that so many people do not know how to do math contextually. The first few pages of this book were great, but we quickly hit up math that was too advanced for my child. So we set the book down until she was halfway through 2nd grade (Singapore) math. Every now and then, there is still a problem that stumps her, but she has basically whizzed through the book. It took a while for her to get into the groove of word problems, but it is great to see her ease at figuring out what is being asked of her. It was the reason I ordered the book in the first place! Now that we have only a few pages left, I've ordered the 2nd grade book. I suspect we'll have to put it aside, too, but I have a feeling it will be wonderful once she is ready.

So, my advice would be to BUY THIS BOOK, and use it once your child is ready.