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# 3rd Grade Division Strategies | Division Bundle | 3.OA.2

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This division bundle includes everything you need to teach division strategies in your classroom. Students practice with equal groupings, skip counting, repeated subtraction, and fact families. It aligns with 3.OA.2.

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✅DIVISION EQUAL GROUPS MINI LESSON

The mini lesson is perfect for practicing division using equal groups. The students will practice learning the terms dividend, division symbol, divisor, and quotient in this lesson. They also will learn that words that usually mean division are split, cut, chop, separate, break up, and partition.

✅5 EQUAL GROUPS WORKSHEETS

Students practice solving division equations with equal groups in a birthday party themed worksheet, a simple equal groups division worksheet, making equal groups with dots, monster division matching, and completing equal groups with division word problems.

✅ACTIVITY: DIVISION CITY

Students create a division city using the objects given. They cut and glue the objects where they belong in the city in equal groups. They then glue the correct division equation next to each group of pictures. There are 2 versions included: one for students to complete individually or a set you can do with students in groups. I love to use the second version and split the students into groups so students can work together to make the big division picture.

Students match up the set of cookies with each kid who orders. This is a matching game where students solve each division equation and find the cookies that go with each kid. You could even pull out Cookie Crisp cereal to have students do this activity with real life manipulatives.

✅DIVISION SKIP COUNTING MINI LESSON

The mini lesson is perfect for practicing skip counting. Students practice solving a few division equations and also gain a list of skip counting sequences from 2-10 to refer back to. Students glue the page when they're finished into their interactive math notebook.

✅5 SKIP COUNTING WORKSHEETS

Students practice solving division equations with skip counting, skip count like super heroes in a matching worksheet, use their error analysis skills to figure out what's wrong with the strategy used, color the division and skip counting sequence that go together the same color, and become the teacher when they decide if each equation is correct or not when it was solved.

✅GAME #1: WHITEBOARD SORT

Have students figure out which division equations go under each quotient. They can use the whiteboard to skip count to figure out which equation goes where. There are 2 versions included: a large one you can complete as a whole class or a smaller version for small groups or math notebooks.

✅GAME #2: RIGHT OR WRONG

Students look at each division equation and skip counting sequence. If the skip counting sequence is correct, they put a check next to it. If the skip counting sequence is wrong, they put an X next to it.

✅DIVISION REPEATED SUBTRACTION MINI LESSON

The mini lesson is perfect for practicing division with repeated subtraction. Students practice solving a few division equations and get to see an example of a repeated subtraction equation in their notebooks. Students glue the page when they're finished into their interactive math notebook.

✅5 REPEATED SUBTRACTION WORKSHEETS

Students practice solving division equations with repeated subtraction through using their error analysis skills in a "You're the Teacher" worksheet, a repeated subtraction worksheet with real foods being used, a simple worksheet with no frills, a critical thinking worksheet, and a matching worksheet.

✅GAME #1: CROCODILE ENCOUNTER

1. This game is always a classroom favorite! The first player pulls out a card. If it has a division equation on it, they solve the card. Their answer is checked and they get to keep the card if they are correct. Play continues. Eventually, a student will pull out a card that does not have a division equation on it but a crocodile! If they pull out a crocodile, they need to put all of their cards back in the middle. There are several crocodiles in the card deck. The student with the most division cards at the end wins.

✅GAME #2: PUZZLES

Students put together the repeated subtraction puzzles. There are 3 pieces in each puzzle: an equation at the top, a repeated subtraction sequence on the left, and a quotient (answer) on the right. There are 18 puzzles included.

✅DIVISION FACT FAMILIES MINI LESSON

The mini lesson is perfect for showing the relationship between multiplication and division. Students first learn that fact families have 3 numbers and also review addition and subtract fact families. They then learn that in multiplication and division fact families, there are 2 multiplication equations and 2 division equations. They practice finding missing factors in multiplication and division equations on this interactive math notebook page that they can refer back to at a later time if needed.

✅5 FACT FAMILY WORKSHEETS

Students practice solving multiplication and division equations to find the missing factors or create multiplication and division fact families. They find the missing number, fill in the four fact families, fill in fact family triangles, circle who is right solving a multiplication or division missing factor equation, and decide which number could fit into a multiplication or division equation.

✅GAME #1: LOST PUPPIES SORT

Oh no! All of the puppies below are lost and need to find their way back to their owners. Use your knowledge of multiplication and division fact families to help you. Cut out and glue each dog below its owner.

✅GAME #2: SOCCER SHOWDOWN

Player 1 draws a card. If they get thequestion correct, they move forward one cone towards the other player’s goal. Player 1 then gets to go again. If they get the question wrong, they stay where they are and it is the other player’s turn. Player 1 keeps going until they miss a card or draw a card that makes it Player 2’s turn. If you draw a foul/penalty/random card, you have to do what it says on the card. When it says move forward/backwards 1 yard, that means move forward/backwards one cone. If you score a goal, ball goes back to midfield line and ball is in the other team’s possession. Mark points on scoreboard. Person who scores the most goals at the end wins.

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MULTIPLICATION STRATEGY UNITS:

Multiplication Using Equal Groupings

Multiplication Using Arrays

Multiplication Using Skip Counting

Multiplication Strategies BUNDLE!

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### Standards

to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Understand division as an unknown-factor problem. For example, find 32 ÷ 8 by finding the number that makes 32 when multiplied by 8.
Determine the unknown whole number in a multiplication or division equation relating three whole numbers. For example, determine the unknown number that makes the equation true in each of the equations 8 × ? = 48, 5 = __ ÷ 3, 6 × 6 = ?.
Interpret whole-number quotients of whole numbers, e.g., interpret 56 ÷ 8 as the number of objects in each share when 56 objects are partitioned equally into 8 shares, or as a number of shares when 56 objects are partitioned into equal shares of 8 objects each. For example, describe a context in which a number of shares or a number of groups can be expressed as 56 ÷ 8.