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You are all math detectives! By the end of today, you will be able to draw pictures and use reasoning to solve word problems. PROBLEM SOLVING

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There is no reason to be apprehensive of word problems! PROBLEM SOLVING

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Mystery #1 Patty made a picnic lunch for her animal friends. She made 6 sandwiches. Three of the sandwiches were turkey. There is 1 fewer chicken sandwich than roast beef. How many of each type of sandwich can her friends choose from? Detectives! Help solve this mystery for Patty the Platypus!

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Mystery #1 Patty made a picnic lunch for her animal friends. She made 6 sandwiches. Three of the sandwiches were turkey. There is 1 fewer chicken sandwich than roast beef. How many of each type of sandwich are there?

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Mystery #1 Patty made a picnic lunch for her animal friends. She made 6 sandwiches. Three of the sandwiches were turkey. There is 1 fewer chicken sandwich than roast beef. How many of each type of sandwich are there? T T T T T T

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Mystery #1 Patty made a picnic lunch for her animal friends. She made 6 sandwiches. Three of the sandwiches were turkey. There is 1 fewer chicken sandwich than roast beef. How many of each type of sandwich are there? T T T T T T

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Mystery #1 Patty made a picnic lunch for her animal friends. She made 6 sandwiches. Three of the sandwiches were turkey. There is 1 fewer chicken sandwich than roast beef. How many of each type of sandwich are there? T T T T R R T T

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Mystery #1 Patty made a picnic lunch for her animal friends. She made 6 sandwiches. Three of the sandwiches were turkey. There is 1 fewer chicken sandwich than roast beef. How many of each type of sandwich are there? T T T T R R T T C C

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Mystery #1 Patty made a picnic lunch for her animal friends. She made 6 sandwiches. Three of the sandwiches were turkey. There is 1 fewer chicken sandwich than roast beef. How many of each type of sandwich are there? T T T T R R T T C C R R

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Mystery #2 Dusty has ten bracelets that she wants to organize, but she is not sure how. She has twice as many cloth bracelets as metal bracelets. She has 2 bracelets made of metal. She has as many plastic bracelets as cloth. How many of each type does Dusty have? Detectives! Help solve this mystery for Dusty the Donkey!

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Mystery #2 Dusty has ten bracelets that she wants to organize, but she is not sure how. She has twice as many cloth bracelets as metal bracelets. She has 2 bracelets made of metal. She has as many plastic bracelets as cloth.. How many of each type does Dusty have?

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Mystery #2 Dusty has ten bracelets that she wants to organize, but she is not sure how. She has twice as many cloth bracelets as metal bracelets. She has 2 bracelets made of metal. She has as many plastic bracelets as cloth. How many of each type does Dusty have? M M

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Mystery #2 Dusty has ten bracelets that she wants to organize, but she is not sure how. She has twice as many cloth bracelets as metal bracelets. She has 2 bracelets made of metal. She has as many plastic bracelets as cloth. How many of each type does Dusty have? M M C C C C

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Mystery #2 Dusty has ten bracelets that she wants to organize, but she is not sure how. She has twice as many cloth bracelets as metal bracelets. She has 2 bracelets made of metal. She has as many plastic bracelets as cloth. How many of each type does Dusty have? M M C C C C P P P P

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Mystery #2 Dusty has ten bracelets that she wants to organize, but she is not sure how. She has twice as many cloth bracelets as metal bracelets. She has 2 bracelets made of metal. She has as many plastic bracelets as cloth. How many of each type does Dusty have? M M C C C C P P P P

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Turn to your elbow partner! 1.What is the first step?

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Turn to your elbow partner! 1.What is the first step? How many items are there is all? Draw them!

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Turn to your elbow partner! 1.What is the first step? 2.What is the second step?

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Turn to your elbow partner! 1.What is the first step? 2.What is the second step? Find the item that tells you the exact amount. Label it!

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Turn to your elbow partner! 1.What is the first step? 2.What is the second step? 3.What do you do next?

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Turn to your elbow partner! 1.What is the first step? 2.What is the second step? 3.What do you do next? What can you solve now? Label it! Do this until everything is labeled!

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I HAVE 10 PAPERCLIPS. I HAVE TWICE AS MANY GREEN THAN BLUE. I HAVE 2 LESS RED THAN BLUE. I HAVE 3 BLUE.

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You are great! Turn to p. (67 x 2) Do problems 4 – 10. PROBLEM SOLVING

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