This interacitve book is a supplement to "The Doorbell Rang" by Pat Hutchins. Explore division and equal sharing while simultaneously reading the book, individually, in small groups or as a reteach or intervention activity! Pages follow story and have room for students to show groups and write division sentences that match the division problems that arise every time the doorbell rings!
This freebie is from a set that includes twelve division problems. For each problem students will show the answer as groups of, an array, jumps on a number line, an equation and in a sentence. Using multiple strategies to find and show the answer helps students to visualize and understand how and why division works. All the problems in this set have dividends of 50 or less. #DivisionWordProblems
TPT $4.00 Division: Puzzles for practice of division facts. Self-Checking Please note that this resource is included in a bundle that includes multiplication and division products. Purchasing the bundle will save you $2 compared to buying each product individually!
Are you teaching division to your students? Here is a great way to start teaching long division. This template works well for 2-digit by 1-digit division. I would recommend laminating it so that students can write on it with dry erase markers and do multiple problems on the same template. The steps for division are included in the corner as a reminder.
Materials: cards labeled with cookie scenarios sanitized egg carton, labeled as shown beans paper For this division-readiness center, a child draws a card and counts out beans to equal the total number of cookies. She divides the beans equally into egg carton cups to represent the number of friends. To learn how many cookies each friend gets, she counts the beans in one cup. Then she describes the scenario and her solution on her paper.
Division Strategies Foldable $2.50. Students create a foldable to help them remember all the strategies they can use to solve division problems. Great for whole group or as a math center. Can be used for test prep.
Teaching Division using Inverse Repeated addition and subtraction provided a great segway into inverse operations as students were able to make the connection between multiplication and division on their own. It is great when students can make these connections as you see the lightbulb switch in their head.