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Lesson 6 - Solve Problems Using Organized Lists
To encourage your child to have fun on the Web while learning about Solving Problems Using Organized Lists, here are some games and interactive activities they can do on their own or in pairs.
Use an organized list to solve problems.
Student Book pages 226-227
Instructions for Use
Possible Combinations prompts your child to make organized lists.
To use Possible Combinations, have your child can read and attempt to solve the questions. Step-by-step answers to the questions are obtained by clicking on the "Let's Practice!" link at the bottom of the Web page.
Disguise Combinations prompts your child to look at different combinations within an organized list.
To use Disguise Combinations, drag the wigs and beards onto Matt. How many combinations can you list?