What’s Your Problem? Teaching Problem and Solution {with a FREEBIE}

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What’s Your Problem? Teaching Problem and Solution with anchor charts, book recomendations, and a FREEBIE

This activity helps students identify the problem and solution as part of story elements by reading the passages and write the problem and solution.

Story Elements Worksheet: Problem and Solution

This activity helps students identify the problem and solution as part of story elements. Students will read 4 short passages and write the problem and solution in the provided blanks. The activity can be used in or grade, or where appropriate.

Using mentor texts helps our students understand important literacy concepts. Too Many Pumpkins is a fun book to help students with problem and solution.

Too Many Pumpkins: A Mentor Text for Problem and Solution

Using mentor texts helps our students understand important literacy concepts. Too Many Pumpkins is a fun book to help students with problem and solution.

FREE problem and solutions set!

This pin is representative of the strength restorative because it goes to show how there can be multiple different ways to fix a problem. I tend to look at all of these ways.

Books with a Clear Problem and Solution Text Structure ~ perfect for teaching comprehension and story writing with fiction | This Reading Mama

Books with a Clear Problem and Solution

Teach Your Child to Read - Books with a Clear Problem and Solution Text Structure ~ perfect for teaching comprehension and story writing with fiction

Reading Comprehension: Focus on Problem and Solution

This product contains materials for teaching problem and solution to your students. The packet includes: - 2 Posters (one for problem and one for solution) - Problem and Solution Match-Up Center Activity (includes directions for assembly, directions for

Snickers is a lonely mouse in a petshop, craving to be bought by someone. But he’s got one big problem: his huge ears. The kids entering the store keep laughing…

Snickers is a lonely mouse in a petshop, craving to be bought by someone. But he’s got one big problem: his huge ears. The kids entering the store keep laughing at him. Will Snickers find the buddy he so desires, someone who will take him for who he is?

A Bad Case of Stripes FREEBIE

I am coming off of a 4 day weekend (double snow days) and feel charged and ready to take on the week! We are going to start the reading ski.

Story Map with problem and solution

First week of second grade: Reading and Math activities

Our first week of second grade was full of fun! From learning our classroom procedures, to team building we learned so much!

Second Grade Perks: Problem and Solution, Adding Details, and 2 Digit Addition

Just FYI I have posted all of my common core ELA and Math assessments in my TPT shop with versions that do not inclu.

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