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## 1. C.U.B.E.S.

- Why I like it: Gives students a very specific ‘what to do.’
- Why I don’t like it: With all of the annotating of the problem, I’m not sure that students are actually reading the problem. None of the steps emphasize reading the problem but maybe that is a given.

## 2. R.U.N.S.

- Why I like it: Students are forced to think about what type of problem it is (factoring, division, etc) and then come up with a plan to solve it using a strategy sentence. This is a great strategy to teach when you are tackling various types of problems.
- Why I don’t like it: Though I love the opportunity for students to write in math, writing a strategy statement for every problem can eat up a lot of time.

## 3. U.P.S. CHECK

U.P.S. Check stands for understand, plan, solve, and check.

- Why I like it: I love that there is a check step in this problem solving strategy. Students having to defend the reasonableness of their answer is essential for students’ number sense.
- Why I don’t like it: It can be a little vague and doesn’t give concrete ‘what to dos.’ Checking that students completed the ‘understand’ step can be hard to see.

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- Know: This will help students find the important information.
- Need to Know: This will force students to reread the question and write down what they are trying to solve for.
- Organize: I think this would be a great place for teachers to emphasize drawing a model or picture.
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- Solution: This is where students will ask themselves if the answer is reasonable and whether it answered the question.

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## 6. Question: How tall is the table?

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## Answer: 18.

## 14. Question: Add 8.563 and 4.8292.

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Below you can link to hundreds of middle school-level math worksheets throughout our website. These worksheets and printable activities will help students to learn about the absolute value of numbers. Includes identifying values, opposite numbers, ordering, and comparing. Work with basic algebraic expressions, equations, and inequalities.

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