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This resource includes bookmarks (in four colors) and a mini-poster showing the steps to division using the "Does McDonald's Serve Cheese Burgers" saying to assist students in remembering the steps. I've also included a notes page that shows an example of how this is used with a long division proble

A helpful way to remember long division - Dead Mice Smell Bad! (Divide, Multiply, Subtract, Bring Down).
This works brilliantly to help students remember the different steps of long division.
This bundle gives you a poster to display and also bookmarks to put on their desks or in their maths books

ROBOTS' INTRODUCTION to LONG DIVISION has everything you need to introduce the long division process to your students—step-by-step instructional posters, graphic student reminder cards, long division terms flashcards, differentiated graphic computation sheets, and task cards!
The neat thing about

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I was looking for a specific skill sheet for division and was having trouble finding it, so I made my own. I hope this helps you other wonderful teachers out there!
This pack includes:
Worksheets for division vocabulary (dividend, divisor, quotient)
Fortune teller
Pyramid
Pentagon Foldable
Song
Pos

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This product includes a digital Google Slides presentation with a PearDeck add-on. The slides can be used alone for a class presentation but are meant to be used with the Pear Deck add-on. Simply open the slides, make a copy, go to Add-ons → Pear Deck and then click the green “start lesson” button

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Apply and extend previous understandings of division to divide unit fractions by whole numbers and whole numbers by unit fractions.
This foldable will allow students to identify the steps to divide fractions. They will cut and paste the steps onto the correct flap.
Will serve as a great re

Here is a "Cheat Sheet" that I let students use as a reference tool when doing long division.

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Students generally find that whole number adding and subtracting is much easier than multiplying and dividing, and assume that the same will be true for fraction operations. These flow charts make clear that the opposite is true: multiplication and division of fractions is MUCH simpler than adding a

Looking to introduce your students to the standard algorithm for long division with remainders? This resource includes six pages of printable worksheets as well as a guide that outlines long division step-by-step! A digital version for online learning is also included in the form of a fillable PDF.

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Also included in: Long Division Mini Bundle - Slideshow, Worksheets, and Guide

This colorful and bold poster will help your students remember the steps of division. Your students will never forget the steps to division again!
Daddy - Divide
Mommy - Multiply
Sister - Subtract
Brother - Bring down
Rover - Remainder
Cousin - Check
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Colorful Division Poster
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These are instructional slides to help students analyze word problems for the operations of multiplication and division. There are many visuals that model how to go through the 6 steps to solve word problems and identify which operation they will need to use to solve the problem successfully.

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This is a practice / quiz / homework that can be used to assess students' ability to make sense of and solve one step, multiplication and division word problems. Each problem has an extension part that will help them get in the habit of using the information in the previous problem to work toward ma

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5th Grade Step-by-Step Guided Division NotesEnd of Module 2 EngageNY/Eureka MathCCSS: 5.NBT.2, 5.NBT.5, 5.NBT.6, 5.NBT.7 Notes with examples and opportunities for students to practice as you move through the division unit. Topics Included:1. Division Vocabulary 2. Relating Division to Multiplication

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Multiply and Divide to 100 on LADDERS: 30 multi-step ladders, 6 problems on each
Great review activity for early finishers, center work, SCOOT Game, or homework.
Try something DIFFERENT!! DOWNLOAD the PREVIEW for EXAMPLES.
Practice with MATH LADDERS helps students
Fluently Multiply and Divid

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Amazing 27-slides that teach students how-to-divide (step by step) long division, along with division practice on problems and word problems. Also included is Divisibility-Rules and practice on what larger numbers are divisible by. Click on Preview to see a pic of all slides included. You'll LOVE th

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**Steps to Long Division Flip Book**
This flip book helps students in 4th grade and up with the steps to long division.
Color text instructions for visual learners to glue in flip book, pictures of each step in flip book
How to make the flip book?
-4 sheets of construction paper (I used 4 9x12 pi

Your students will love this simple division poster on how to solve a problem. This is great for teaching beginning division. The poster will provide students with step-by-step instructions. Great to place in Math Journals or hang in a Math Station.

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This math "tool" can be utilized by students to learn and follow the steps to a long division problem. The visual is color coded to support understanding and features graph paper background to promote the lining up of numbers.

This is an excellent way to introduce solving one step equations with multiplication or division to the whole class. It would also be suitable to have a students work on independently if they missed the lesson or to put on your webpage as a review resource. Please be sure to rate & leave feed

A fun, student-created mnemonic device to help students remember the steps to long division. It is a mini poster with pictures and an example for each step.

I use this resource as a fill-in page for my students' interactive math notebooks. There are blanks after each step (DMSCBR) for your students to come up with their own mnemonic devices to help them remember the steps to solve a long division problem. Here are a few that my students have come up wi

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Also included in: Division with 2-Digit Divisors BUNDLE

Students can use this as a guide to work through division problems with remainders. Teachers can also use this as their anchor chart and hang it in their rooms.

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Bright Colorful cutouts that help students remember the 6 steps to take when dividing numbers