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~~I’m still working on that ~~ [It’s done! :D] Here are the 20 best *Best of Blog* page.** Let’s Play Math!** blog articles about solving word problems (also known as

*story problems*)…

## Solving Word Problems

- Algebra: A Problem in Translation
- How to Solve Math Problems II
- Word Problems in Russia and America
- Reading to Learn Math
- Writing to Learn Math
- Writing to Learn Math II
- Elementary Problem Solving: The Tools
- The Case of the Mysterious Story Problem
- Story Problem Challenge Revisited
- How Can We Teach Problem Solving?
- Mathematics and Imagination

More recent posts tagged ‘Word problems’

## Bar Diagrams Help Students Think

- Narnia Math: Elementary Problem Solving 4th Grade
- Elementary Problem Solving: Review
- Christmas in July Math Problem
- Solving Complex Story Problems II
- Ben Franklin Math: Elementary Problem Solving 3rd Grade
- Penguin Math: Elementary Problem Solving 2nd Grade
- Elementary Problem Solving: The Tools
- Solving Complex Story Problems
- Number Bonds = Better Understanding

More recent posts tagged ‘Bar diagrams’

## Other Post in the *Best of Blog* Series

### Update: My New Book

You can help prevent math anxiety by giving your children the mental tools they need to conquer the toughest story problems.

Check out *Word Problems from Literature: An Introduction to Bar Model Diagrams*—now available at all your favorite online bookstores!

And there’s a paperback *Student Workbook,* too.

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Denise,

YOU ARE FANTASTIC,

I love how you explain math…My girls are 5 and 3, I was very bad at math when I was young, but I’m loving math as days pass…am I sane?

I do want my girls to have a different experience, and blogs like yours, and places like living math, etc. help me with that.

thanks

Why, thank you, Silvia. You make me blush!

Seriously, that’s my favorite thing about homeschooling — the chance to learn to love the things I hated in my school days. For me, it’s history: horrid, dead, boring in textbooks, but wonderful to learn about from real books.