Problem Solving with 2 Steps

posted Oct 20, 2014, 4:17 PM by Patrick Johnson
Below are examples of problems we have been working on that need more than one step to solve (for example, you need to find the total amount of the coins, then you need to round it to find the best estimate).

Two different versions of the same problem where students need to first find the total number of skipping ropes and then they need to round the number to the nearest ten.