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Concept: Early Division Take a handful of candy and use one of the sorting mats to work out how many pieces go in each jar when shared fairly. Place the candy evenly in the jars. Any remaining candy that cannot be shared evenly is placed in the box labelled ‘Remaining Candy’. The division sum can th
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This is a bubble map I use for multiplication. I say a multiplication problem (up to 12) and they figure out the answer using the counters they place in the middle. I say 4X2 and they place 2 counters in 4 circles. If I use it for divsion I tell them the number of counters to put in the middle and t
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Print these out and put on on each side of a page protector. -helps students concretely understand the relationship of multiplication and division as it relates to division. -use beans, or dry erase markers
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Players are given a number of seeds to share fairly among their chickens. Any left over seed is placed in the ‘remaining seed’ box. For example: If a player has the Fair Share (between two) board and is given five pieces of seed then he or she would give each chicken on the board two pieces of seed
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A fun and engaging hands on activity to help students understand division. Each set of cards (groups 2-10) allows for differentiation of instructions as well as the initial group size. Can be used with a set number of counters or using a 1-6, 1-10, 1-12, or 1-20 sided dice to determine the initial g
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Emphasizing place value is important to helping students understand long division. Instead of learning the algorithm without understanding, students use the mats to make sense of the algorithm by focusing on the place values that are being divided into equal group. Place the mat into plastic sleev
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A fun and engaging hands on activity to help students understand division. Each set of cards (groups 2-10 or 2-5)) allows for differentiation of instructions as well as the initial group size. Can be used with a set number of counters or using a 1-6, 1-10, 1-12, or 1-20 sided dice to determine the i
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This mat highlights the inverse relationship between the operations of multiplication and division using the terminology of multiplication as equal groups and division as equal shares.Easy for students to manipulate and rotate around. BEST TO BE PRINTED ON A3 AND LAMINATED!
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A fun and engaging hands on activity to help students understand division. Each set of cards (groups 2-5) allows for differentiation of instructions as well as the initial group size. Can be used with a set number of counters or using a 1-6, 1-10, 1-12, or 1-20 sided dice to determine the initial gr
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Sharing mats for early years simulating division with concrete materials and helping to develop mathematical language with scaffolded number sentences. Included in this pack is sharing mats with 2,3 and 4 groups. Looks amazing when printed on coloured paper! Please remember to follow my account and
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A fun and engaging hands on activity to help students understand division. Each set of cards (groups 2-5) allows for differentiation of instructions as well as the initial group size. Can be used with a set number of counters or using a 1-6, 1-10, 1-12, or 1-20 sided dice to determine the initial gr
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A fun and engaging hands on activity to help students understand division. Each set of cards (groups 2-10) allows for differentiation of instructions as well as the initial group size. Can be used with a set number of counters or using a 1-6, 1-10, 1-12, or 1-20 sided dice to determine the initial g
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A fun and engaging hands on activity to help students understand division. Each set of cards (groups 2-5) allows for differentiation of instructions as well as the initial group size. Can be used with a set number of counters or using a 1-6, 1-10, 1-12, or 1-20 sided dice to determine the initial gr
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A fun and engaging hands on activity to help students understand division. Each set of cards (groups 2-5) allows for differentiation of instructions as well as the initial group size. Can be used with a set number of counters or using a 1-6, 1-10, 1-12, or 1-20 sided dice to determine the initial gr
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A fun and engaging hands on activity to help students understand division. Each set of cards (groups 2-5) allows for differentiation of instructions as well as the initial group size. Can be used with a set number of counters or using a 1-6, 1-10, 1-12, or 1-20 sided dice to determine the initial gr
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A fun and engaging hands on activity to help students understand division. Each set of cards (groups 2-5) allows for differentiation of instructions as well as the initial group size. Can be used with a set number of counters or using a 1-6, 1-10, 1-12, or 1-20 sided dice to determine the initial gr
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I use these mats to help my 2-5th graders multiply and divide. The multiplication side uses the window method of multiplication and the division side helps students to keep all of their digits lined up.
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My multiplication mat (Get it here!) really helped my students learn the steps to multiplying multi-digit numbers, so I made one for division as well! Slip it into a plastic sleeve and have students use dry-erase markers, so it can be reused over and over!
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*By request, I have created a 2-digit divisor mat! (Get the 1-digit divisor version here)! Slip it into a plastic sleeve and have students use dry-erase markers, so it can be reused over and over!
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Great way for students that struggle with long division. This is great for modifications for your students.
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Use this mat to help students with partial quotients. Color coded to aid students with processing.
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The idea for this Interactive Long Division packet came to me as I was struggling to explain to my Intervention students where “that number” came from. That morning, I pulled out the Post It notes and painstakingly wrote out the numbers and laid it out for them on the white board. They loved it, a
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THIS IS A BUNDLED SET OF 7 OF MY INDIVIDUAL LISTINGS. Buy them together here at a 20% discount! This set of Interactive Notebook Activities will keep your fifth grade students engaged and excited about math this year! This set focuses on fraction concepts and is aligned with Common Core standards i
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These January Math Stations include a variety of concepts that you can use to review and teach concepts to your third graders! You will get 10 different math stations and 5 different math printables! Concepts covered include: -Addition and Subtraction (triple digit-regrouping) -Multiplication fact
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