1 2 3 Math: Basic Division with Remainders Game, Practice, and Assessment

1 2 3 Math: Basic Division with Remainders Game, Practice, and Assessment
1 2 3 Math: Basic Division with Remainders Game, Practice, and Assessment
1 2 3 Math: Basic Division with Remainders Game, Practice, and Assessment
1 2 3 Math: Basic Division with Remainders Game, Practice, and Assessment
1 2 3 Math: Basic Division with Remainders Game, Practice, and Assessment
1 2 3 Math: Basic Division with Remainders Game, Practice, and Assessment
1 2 3 Math: Basic Division with Remainders Game, Practice, and Assessment
1 2 3 Math: Basic Division with Remainders Game, Practice, and Assessment
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This edition of 1 2 3 Math focuses on basic division concepts including division with remainders. It has a great game for helping students build their understanding of division as "sharing", FIVE division printable practice pages, and TWO versions of a quick assessment to see how they are doing—and to recheck if needed!

The FIVE practice pages and TWO assessments give opportunities to show understanding of division in different ways. Make sure to check out the preview to see exactly what you get!

This resource begins with an instructional game geared toward helping students better understand the concept of division as “equal sharing” and that you sometimes have “leftovers” or “remainders” when you divide. It includes the directions, reproducible bowls and paper pretzels to use as manipulatives, but you could easily use other counters to save on copying costs. Pages are included in color and gray tones.

For the game, all students need is one die—they roll it to determine the number of bowls (the “groups”) and then they take the pile of pretzels and share them equally among the bowls. If there are any remaining, they go into their pile. The next player then starts with the pretzels in the bowl, rolls the die, and does the division. The winner is the player who ends up with the most “remainder pretzels”! This is one of my students' favorite games--one they come back to over and over even after we have finished with division!

This is a great way to continue to work on division concepts. Use to build fluency, as a review activity, in centers, or in an intervention group as a teaching tool. ENJOY!

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