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Two-step word problems can be tricky for third and fourth graders. But with a little bit of creativity, you can make teaching them fun! Here are tips to get your students engaged and excited about solving two-step word problems.
When teaching my students how to write a personal narrative, I always teach them to start with writing a strong introduction, also known as an opening hook. This can be anything from starting in the middle of the action, to asking a question, to giving a surprising fact. The important thing is that it will make the reader want to keep reading to find out more! Learn 5 of my favorite hooks to use when introducing a personal narrative!