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This unit includes lessons to teach the very basics of division with making models, sorting, drawing pictures, etc.! Here's what you'll find in this pack: -Anchor Chart Idea -3 Digit Division Posters -3 worksheets for Drawing Division Problems -Booklet to use with the book "The Doorbell Rang" -Mons
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Teach your students the 3 methods of division using a 1 digit divisor and 3 digit dividends. Base Ten Blocks, Open Arrays, and Partial Product! Take your students through easy to understand steps for each division method. It is set up as a gradual release model. You teach a problem, they try a prob
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This short and sweet Division Packet is a great way to teach your students long division. I started using this method in my classroom last year and the students caught on very fast! They were excited about division because they didn't have to worry about losing their place in the long division proce
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I love creating "out of the box" ways for teaching tough concepts. Division is one of those concepts that may be challenging for children to learn, especially children who are more "right brain" learners. This division resource includes directions for using a cute Mrs. Owl who has had a great fa
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In Teaching Division Using LEGO® Bricks, Dr. Shirley Disseler has developed activities that work to help students learn the basics of division, using a common toy available in most classrooms and homes—LEGO® bricks! True understanding of division goes far beyond memorizing facts. Modeling the proces
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“Divide, Multiply, Subtract, Bring down…..” Sound familiar? The long division algorithm is here to stay – because it works. We only need to make sure that we make sense of it for our students. This is a simple process of illustrating each step in long division. Students see what it means to m
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INCLUDED: Vocabulary I can Statements Sorts Rules Practice Foldable Lessons: - Multiplying by Multiples of 10 and 100 (Practice) -Using Fact Families to Connect Multiplication and Division with Multiples of 10 and 100 (Rules) - Using Fact Families to solve Division Problems (sort) - Using
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There are 4 lesson plans dealing with divisibility of numbers by 2,5,10, 3,4 and 8. There are lots of ideas for teaching divisibility through real life scenarios, pictures and manipulatives.
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This bundle contains a series of graduated lessons for development of division skills beginning with equal apportioning of concrete objects and concluding with multiple representations of division problems. Also included are teaching tips for division as well as posters for guiding correct usage of
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This grade 3 math fluency unit provides an overview and explanation of strategies for both teachers and students: Teaching Division Strategies demonstrates and defines strategies for teachers, and Division Strategies may be reproduced as a classroom poster or given to individual students.
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Use this fantastic resource to teach kids about division by actually showing how decomposition works. The hundreds can be easily broken into ten tens. Then the tens can be broken into singles units. Clearly shows the link between dividing with concrete materials and the algorithm. Includes ten
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This math fluency unit for grades 4-6+ provides directions and information to teachers about teaching division strategies plus a page of strategies that may be reproduced for a classroom poster and/or given to each student.
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This is a 30 page Smartboard lesson covering the division property of exponents. The lesson describes how you will subtract the exponents. Some of the examples give you negative answers, some of the problems have coefficients greater than one, and all include answers.
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Print these little half sheets for yourself and your students. Follow the steps using the mnemonic- Dad Loves Mom Sister Brother Family. Works well with long division.
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This study takes an in-depth look at one student who is on the autism spectrum with severe language delay and who received focused instruction in mathematics over a 5-month period for 52 sessions. Twenty-nine of these sessions included instruction around division. The strategies and representations
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Using the idea of animal herds to introduce division concepts. Starter activity + word problems where students can draw a picture to solve.
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Visit www.brickmath.com for more information about this ground-breaking new series by Dr. Shirley Disseler about teaching division using LEGO® bricks. Dr. Disseler thinks there’s no such thing as a student who is “bad at math." They just need to be taught using techniques that are “good for teachi
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Visit www.brickmath.com for more information about this ground-breaking new series by Dr. Shirley Disseler about teaching division using LEGO® bricks. Dr. Disseler thinks there’s no such thing as a student who is “bad at math." They just need to be taught using techniques that are “good for teachi
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Enrich your multiplying and dividing decimals unit with these fun and engaging resources! Students use fun and colorful menus (print great in black and white, too) to practice their multiplying and dividing decimals skills! You can use this is an independent project, homework, math centers, or eve
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These ink-friendly printables will aide your instruction on beginner division strategies for third grade students! ▁▁▁▁▁▁▁▁▁▁▁▁▁▁▁▁▁▁▁▁▁▁▁▁▁▁▁▁▁▁▁▁▁▁▁▁▁▁ WHAT IS INCLUDED IN THIS RESOURCE? ⇨ Student anchor chart showing 4 different strategies for division: fact families, repeated subtraction, equ
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Also included in: Multiplication and Division Bundle

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Your students and you will love this NEW visual strategy for teaching long division by using graphic organizers with colors and shapes to visually teach the process of long division. Lots of practice and great accommodation intervention! This method helps students visualize the process!All worksheet
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Also included in: Multiplication and Division Ultimate BUNDLE

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Rules of Divisibility This kit has everything you need to teach divisibility rules! Included in this purchase: *Differentiated, Interactive Notes *Mystery Pictures *Differentiated, Practice Pages *Task Cards DIFFERENTIATED INTERACTIVE NOTES Interactive notes are an amazing way to engage students in
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I know this is growing out of control, and lucky for you, I kept the price at \$9.95; consider this a bargain!• Recently added: Why you should NOT make your students draw fractions (they'll stink at it no matter how hard they try), and an excellent alternative to drawing cruddy pies, wobbly bars and
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Are you teaching division to your students? Here is a great way to start teaching long division. This template works well for 2-digit by 1-digit division. I would recommend laminating it so that students can write on it with dry erase markers and do multiple problems on the same template. The st
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