Hello! Thanks so much for taking the time to read and comment! Chris, I think a Think Math board would work well for any grade level. The "answers" you come up which can vary by grade level.
For those who would like to know where my questions come from, I honestly just make up the "answers" as I go! I don 't have a set or written list of statements that I pull from. Sometimes I will use different key words in my answers to get students to write a question with a particular operation, such as "...the sum is 13 grapes, the difference is 10 cupcakes or the product is 24 pencils..." Other times, I leave it very open ended to see what my students come up with on their own. I love doing this because it teaches my third graders that there can be more than one way to get the correct answer. In fact, with hunk math I tell them there could be 28 (or however many students I have) right answers! Take care, Genia
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