Feeling Better and Getting Lots Accomplished!

I hope all of you had a great weekend . . . I put myself in a better mood and tried to get lots done!  I worked outside for a while (FINALLY a beautiful day here!) and got lots of little things done.  I was able to get TWO sets of word problems set to put in my stores--my students have been doing LOTS of word problems lately!  I love to watch how much better they have gotten at tackling the unknown.  I am working on an organization system for myself (insert sympathetic smile here . . . ) so that next year I can have all these problems printed, cut, and ready to access at any point.  Got any suggestions?

Anyhoo . . . I love writing word problems, and I know not everyone does!  If you are looking for more word problem resources, I'd love for you to take a peek at some of mine!  I have finished the first 4 sets and have 4 more in the works.  Let me know if you can think of a "need" that I haven't thought of--but coming soon will be some mixed computation problems, elapsed time problems, and decimals!

Here are the ones that I've already published!

I hope all of you have a restful, relaxing Sunday.  I am going to try to tidy up around here and do some lesson planning!  


  1. These look beautiful! I can't wait to go check them out! I'm so glad that you had a wonderful day outside. You should come visit and do my yard... I'll pay you back with delicious food and drinks!
    Mathematically yours,

    1. I wish I could, Jamie! It is 73 degrees here and after a LONG and miserable winter...we are SO grateful!

  2. We're mostly lucky here in Alabama with the weather thing. Thank goodness since I'm sooooo cold natured.

    I sure do wish you taught 6th grade because I might be teaching 6th grade math next year-for the 1st time. YIKES!

    These word problems look fantastic. Thanks for sharing!


    1. Hi Shannon! I appreciate your kind words--and it sounds like you are a little anxious about teaching 6th grade math! Just remember--the CONTENT is changing but the kids aren't...good teaching is good teaching whether they are 8 or 12 . . . once you get the content under control you will love it!