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Fall Themed I Have, Who Has? Division Game
This is a fall themed I Have, Who Has? division game for your students to play. There are 20 cards, as well as 4 blank ones with the leaves in each color on them should you want to make more facts for your deck. The facts in this deck are for up to 100. Thanks for purchasing :) **Please leave me f
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Math Mania- I Have, Who Has? Division Edition!
This is a review game intended to help reinforce simple division facts through the use of mental math. It is very easy and can be used as a time filler at the beginning or end of your math lesson! Instructions: Cut out and laminate each card; this way you can reuse them multiple times for years to
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Patriotic Owl Themed I Have Who Has Division
This game goes through quotients 0 to 25. It's a great game to teach mental math with some higher numbers that are included. Be sure to also check out my Multiplication I Have Who Has Game with the Patriotic Owl theme and my set of Place Value games for 4th grade! Thank you for shopping with me!
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Easter I Have Who Has Division
Here's the ever popular I Have Who Has game with a Division format! It has 25 cards and answers go up to 25. Some of the cards are more difficult than others so if you have a 3rd grade class give those to your advanced 3rd graders! Most of the higher numbers I did make divisible by 2, 3, or 4 to
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I Have, Who Has Division (2 Levels)
I Have, Who Has Division is a fun way to practice math fluency in the classroom by using a game. These are great for review, practicing fluency, mental math, centers, and rainy days. My games focus on Common Standard: CC.3.OA.C.7 Fluently multiply and divide within 100, using strategies such a
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I Have Who Has Division Facts
A game students can play over and over! Great for activating prior knowledge, as an opening or closing activity for a lesson, as a diagnostic or formative assessment or for review. This activity could also be used with a small group of students who need extra practice or as an activity if class work
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I Have, Who Has? Division Facts 2-12
This pack includes 13 sets of the I Have, Who Has? game for division facts 2-12. Each game has 14 cards. Each set is color coded. Since there are only 14 cards you can make 2 sets of each and break your class in half and have them battle each other. This aligns directly with the common core standa
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St. Patrick's Day I Have Who Has Division
St. Patrick's Day themed I Have, Who Has Division is a fun engaging whole class game math game. This game can also be played in small groups with each children getting several cards. There are 32 cards. Other products you may enjoy: Multiplication Facts Bump Fluency St. Patrick's Day Vowel Pairs
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I have who has division game 2
This is the second game for division facts. This covers division facts through 12. The students use mental math skills to solve the problem. This is good practice for students to learn their facts more quickly.
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I Have... Who Has... Division With Remainders
This game of “I have... Who has…” is an interactive way for students to practice dividing whole numbers and writing their remainders as a whole numbers (example 5 R 2). Students can play this game as a review, sponge activity, or sorting activity. The game can be used with the whole class, groups
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I have ... Who Has Division (Quotients Written as Decimals)
This game of “I have... Who has…” is an interactive way for students to practice dividing whole numbers and writing their quotients as decimals. Students can play this game as a review, sponge activity, or sorting activity. The game can be used with the whole class, groups in a station/rotation or
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I have, Who Has - Division Bundle
I have, Who Has - Division Bundle includes these products: 3-Digit and 1-Digit Division - I Have, Who Has 4-Digit and 1-Digit Division - I Have, Who Has 4-Digit and 2-Digit Division - I Have, Who Has When purchased individually, the cost of these products totals $6.00
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Am I Divisible By Tic Tac Toe Challenge
Help students review the divisibility rules through this interactive Tic Tac Toe Power Point game. Students can compete against each other in teams or in pairs, Students can even use this Power Point as an independent study tool. This game will work great on your Smart Board. Game directions incl
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I Have Who Has division facts
This fun resource is met for reviewing division facts. It allows kids to practice their facts in a motivating way. Perfect for whole group or small group work.
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I Have... Who Has... Division (Remainders Written as Fractions)
This game of “I have... Who has…” is an interactive way for students to practice dividing whole numbers and writing their remainders as fractions in the simplest form. Students can play this game as a review, sponge activity, or sorting activity. The game can be used with the whole class, groups i
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I Have Who Has Division Practice
Great game to help students review division fact in a fun and exciting way. I have who has will have them racing to remember their division fact! Can be used as a whole class activity or in a math center.
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I have... who has... division
I have... who has... for division. There are two sets included in this document. This activity is great for centers or small groups so that students may practice their division skills. When you print the document, the cards are in order starting with the top left and making its way down. The bottom
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I Have, Who Has Division Cards (Up to 4 digit by 1 digit with remainders)
Great review before division assessment. A set of 50 cards for division. Cards contain 3 to 4 digit dividends by one digit divisors with remainders. No answer key needed. Cards are in original order.
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Three I Have... Who Has... Division Games
This set of “I have... Who has?” games are an interactive way to for students to practice dividing whole numbers and writing remainders as whole numbers (5 R 2), fractions and decimals. The questions repeat across all three sets, so you can differentiate student practice or mix and match so student
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I Have, Who Has? Division
This is a game to help students practice quick division. In a small group, students read from a series of cards (there are 12 in this set). Each card leads students to the next card until everyone has had a turn.
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I Have Who Has division facts
This fun resource is met for reviewing division facts. It allows kids to practice their facts in a motivating way. Perfect for whole group or small group work.
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I Have Who Has division facts
This fun resource is met for reviewing division facts. It allows kids to practice their facts in a motivating way. Perfect for whole group or small group work.
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{BUNDLED} I Have Who Has Division Facts games
This bundled resource has a game for each of the sets of facts. Use this game for review of facts in a fun and engaging way. Perfect for whole group or small group. Each of these is also listed separately here: I Have, Who Has division facts I Have, Who Has division facts I Have, Who Has divi
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"I Have, Who Has" Division Game
This "I Have, Who Has" game involves division without remainders. It consists of 12 different cards. It can be used as a quick review before a test or quiz, as a math center where the students have to put the cards in order, or as a small group activity. Since this game is free, all I ask is that y
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