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    Division Man Anchor Chart and other math ideas

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    Long Division Man Anchor Chart... Add compare between subtract & bring down

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    Division Man anchor chart. Here 4th grade friends.

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    Great Math charts on this blog like this Division Man Anchor Chart by darla

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I get this answer alot... I think I'll make this chart so that we can be a little more creative and communicate a little more clearly.

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Easy way to remember the steps of long division (Oh my goodness! I taught my kids this exact thing when they were little - Dad, Mom, Sister, Brother. ~Marty)

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I will have to add a "less than" symbol (<) after "subtract" to show that they must compare the difference to the divisor, but I think this can work! Mrs. Sims & Ms. Mathis' 4th Grade Math Website

I love this idea for the place value! I learned it a similar way with the houses living next to each other its a fun way for children to remember, place values! 4.NBT.3: Generalize place value understanding for multi-digit whole numbers. This chart is useful to hang in your future classrooms because it allows students a visual to reference examples for place values

Teach this poem to class as a way of remebering the steps in subtracting numbers. This will be a fun and helpful way students can solve subtraction problems independently.