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Teaching Division

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Long division chart--5.NBT.B.6--Find whole number quotients of whole numbers with up to four digit dividends and two digit divisors.

Add an element of problem solving to long division with this set of math tiles. Perfect for math centers or independent seat work! \$

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Division "War" card game math center 15 sets of cards reviewing simple division with no remainders \$

This package includes a labelled divsion problem with no remainder, a labelled division problem with a remainder (both division formats) and 6 division strategy posters. The posters have 2 versions - one uses the words dividend, quotient and divisor the other uses big number, smaller number and answ...

This set of fourth grade and fifth grade riddle cards for the numbers 1 through 120 will provide your upper elementary students with loads of engaging practice activities with math vocabulary and skills for multiplication, place value, factors, multiples, and more! Here's a sample riddle!I'm between...

Need creative ways to teach division? This post has tons of ideas to use to help make teaching division easier and more interesting!

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Introduce division with remainders using literature.

Long Division (no remainders) Bingo and Task Cards Included in this product: 30 unique Long Division bingo cards. 25 Long Division calling cards (numbered to be used as task cards for independent or small group work) 2 different task cards recording sheet Answer Key Check out Long Division WITH R...

Well, after the fun of “The Doorbell Rang”, I thought it might be kind of fun to continue with our cookie studies! I asked a few families if they would be willing to donate a bag of cookies to the class and two rose to the occasion. I wasn’t QUITE sure what I was going […]

Hands-on division activity based on the book Remainder of One, linking learning with books and maths

Just a quick post today to teach you a game that REALLY helped my students review the concept of “factors” and build their understanding of remainders. This is SUPER easy to play, can be differentiated easily, and can be set up in a matter of minutes! Because we have been going with a bit of […]

Remainders Wanted: Long Division Game from DPerry on TeachersNotebook.com (4 pages)

This set of ORDER UP! focuses on using division and reasoning math skills to solve STORY PROBLEMS WITH REMAINDERS. Students will be asked to decide if the remainders need to be used to determine their answers. (\$)

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