Students struggling with long division? Mine were, so I created these scaffolded graphic organizers to help. They start off using color to illustrate each step at a time. Once students are comfortable with these, you can move onto the black and white version. Finally, move to the ones with fewer boxes. These really help students visualize what long division should look like. Also great for kids with spatial issues. This packet also includes several sample problems. 20 pages altogether - contains a variety of formats for different problems.
Is there any way you can make problems with double digit divisors and triple digit dividends in color? Please let me know. I am teaching 5th grade SPED and this is what we are working on. Great resource for resource thank you
May 9, 2013
Love these! I plan to laminate them for repeated use.
May 1, 2013
Good template for starting long division so students can keep the numbers lined up.
Nice... Useful for those students who struggle with lining up the digits
November 25, 2012
Loved the idea! I used the templates during my formal evaluation and recieved high rating. Thanks for the ideas.
November 17, 2012
I added a column on the side for my students to write multiples of the divisor before they start, as well as a "Check Your Answer" box. I printed the sheets and put them in plastic sleeves so they could use dry erase markers. Wonderful! Thanks!
November 14, 2012
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November 10, 2012
These are very well done. I wish there were some directions and complete examples.
November 8, 2012
November 8, 2012
Such a good graphic organizer for third graders just learning long division.
October 20, 2012
Nice orgainizer, could be smaller.
October 16, 2012
Great resource for introduing divison. Made it so much easier to explain/understand!
October 4, 2012
Very awesome for kids who are learning to divide or have trouble!
October 1, 2012
Very helpful- I printed a class set in colour and laminated them for students to use until they felt they didn't need them anymore.
Thanks for creating this. However, I felt it was a little off from how I was teaching my students, so I drew in some extra boxes.
March 12, 2012
My students are feeling so much more supported! In no time, they have challeged themselves to use less and less support. Thanks you for such a beaurtiful and valuable tool.
January 27, 2012
Thanks for saving me the time to make something like this--it really helps my kids keep their digits lined up, and the color coding helps them remember the steps. I like having both color and b&w pages--we'll start with the color then move to b&w once they are more confident. Great product!
October 20, 2011
Saved me hours by not having to create these sheets myself!! It is just about impossible to find this type of worksheet on the Internet. I would have liked a copy without color - just dark lines separating numbers and lines...........
December 8, 2010
I do not feel this was worth $6.00 because there are no explanations as to how you used the color-coding with your students. You should provide some directions as to how the color coding is explained to students. I assumed that there would be some explanation in the 20 pages somewhere.
I am a blended special education teacher and have taught at variety of grade levels. Most of my materials are designed to work for a variety of grade levels as I have often worked with more than one grade level at a time.