Two statements that can be found in almost any math curriculum are:
Students learn best if they are actively involved in their learning.
Students should be able to apply various strategies to solve problems.
This Mixed Problems unit gives students opportunities to solve problems using different strategies.
The unit begins with a worked example, showing different strategies for solving the same problem.
Each of the 30 colorful, interesting problems comes with a reminder of the 8 strategies covered in Math Problem Solving Strategies Units 1 through 8. All problems come with on screen hints, and solutions using alternative strategies.
This unit can be used on its own or after students have completed some, or all of the units covering the 8 problem solving strategies.