## Word Problem of the Day

**Back to school!! — and back to the word problems you love. This word problem will “wake up your student’s brain” after a long summer! Don’t forget to subscribe so you can get notification of the detailed solution when it is posted.**

## Detailed Solution for Word Problem of the Day

** Four simple steps are all that is needed to understand and solve this problem. Read the exciting detailed steps**

## Word Problem of the Day

**Give this classic SAT rate problem to your students T-O-M-O-R-R-O-W. I actually love these, and if your students can fully understand these types of problems, then they’re off to a great start! Don’t forget to subscribe so you can get notification of the detailed solution when it is posted.**

## Detailed Solution for Word Problem of the Day

** “…y is 40,000% of x…”. Read the exciting detailed solution here and share with your students!**

## Word Problem of the Day

**A thought provoking question: How well do your students really understand percents? Check out this advanced word problem. This is a typical ACT & SAT problem that your students must be ready for. Don’t forget to subscribe so you can get notification of the detailed solution when it is posted.**

## Detailed Solution for Word Problem of the Day

** Solution to the last Word Problem of the Day… read to see how important it is to translate the words into math expression! Share with your students…**

## The Hidden One

**Students sometime forget the fact that the number one (1) is part of a term within an equation or math expression. However, the number one (1) is often not shown in written math. There are several instances where knowing & understanding this fact is important. I put together a few wall chart posters that illustrates where these “hidden ones” are lurking & to help reinforce this important math concept. **

## Word Problem of the Day

**Nowadays too many students are “memorizing procedures” without fully understanding the key-concepts behind some of the most critical math concepts that are introduced in middle school. Here is a twist on the previous word problem of the day…**