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Lesson 8 - Drawing a Picture to Solve a Problem
Use these interactive activities to encourage students to have fun on the Web while learning about drawing a picture to solve a problem. Students can try these activities on their own or in pairs.
Describe and explain strategies used to solve problems with more than 1 step.
Instructions for Use
Draw a Picture to Solve a Problem helps students to understand a problem solving strategy.
To use Draw a Picture to Solve a Problem, have students watch and listen to the animations. When a screen is completed, click the arrow at the bottom of the page and move to the next screen.
Base Ten Block Subtraction lets students practice subtraction with and without regrouping.
To use Base Ten Block Subtraction, drag a red block over a blue block of the same size to cancel the red block out. When you have more red blocks than blue blocks in a column, drag a larger blue block from the column to the left into the column that has more red blocks than blue blocks. The block will automatically break up into smaller blocks. You can now cancel out the remaining red blocks in that column. Once you have cancelled out all of the red blocks in all of the columns, the subtraction solution will appear in the area on the far left.