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• SO SIMPLE - how to teach long division in 3 minutes or less Are you KIDDING ME?! Definitely need this to help with 4th grade math homework!

• I am literally speechless. This technique may save my sanity: "SO SIMPLE - how to teach long division in 3 minutes or less ohmyword - where has this been my whole life?! " WOW! I hope I can remember this when my kids start this stuff!!

• SO SIMPLE - how to teach long division in 3 minutes or less. This method works great unless you have craptastic teachers like I had who lived by the motto, "SHOW YOUR WORK!" This probably wouldn't fly with them. I'll still show my kids this.

• SO SIMPLE - how to teach long division in 3 minutes or less #homeschool #education #math For my upper grades teacher friends. :)

• SO SIMPLE - how to teach long division in 3 minutes or less ohmyword - where has this been my whole life?! #homeschool #math

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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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Division Anchor Chart...as much as I hated math growing up, I might want to just teach math when I go back to work-2nd or 3rd grade math, but math none the less.

Steps to Division math journal @ Runde's Room---for my 5th and 6th grade teacher friends...maybe need to do it with some of my 7th graders who struggle with long division

Simple Tricks that Make You Look Smart - well, I'm not sure how smart they will make you look, but there are some good tips in here :)

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