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Finding time during the school day for your students to practice their basic facts can be challenging. You will love how easy it is to prepare these 3rd Grade Go Math 7.1 Divide By 2 Center Games for your class. My students LOVED Math Centers and your students will too!
You can dedicate one of your math centers, math workstations, as a math skill only math center. By changing out the skill each week, your students already know the directions for using the math center. Your math center can be placed in a folder with the folder cover, see my PREVIEW PICTURES, and the student can take the center back to their seat if classroom space is limited. Your students will enjoy the freedom of center games while learning and reviewing important skills at the same time! This 3rd Grade Go Math 7.1 Divide By 2 Center Games Resource is perfect for an assessment grade for 3rd Grade Go Math Chapter 7!
Once your students know the expectations of using center games, your math skills math center can run all year with different skills from a variety of over 1,500+ of my center games! Click here to see all my center games.
When it comes to the ease of prepping this Divide By 2 Center Games Resource, all of the pieces are rectangular and easy for you or a parent volunteer to cut on a paper slicer. No need to cut around a cute turkey or round pumpkin shape, just rectangles with frames, math problems, and cute clip art, perfect for third graders!
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>>> You will love how easy it is to prepare this 3rd Grade Go Math 7.1 Divide By 2 Center Games Resource for your class.
Terrific for an Emergency Sub Tub, Math Centers, Small Group Work, Remediation RTI or Homework!
*** Please see the preview photos and preview file for exact details with real pictures of what this Divide By Two Center Games Resource includes. ***
Page One - A cover page stating "Division - Divide By Two" with the adorable boy and dog that is the theme for all of the Divide By 2 Resources. It can be used for a cover sheet for your file folder in your files. It can also be a math center folder cover for your students, by putting this math center in a folder with the folder cover attached to the cover of the folder, your students can take it back to their desk if your classroom space is limited. You can also use the cover page as a poster, placing it on the wall over your math center.
Page Two - Twelve center game cards with cute clip art and the division problems.
Page Three - Twelve center game cards with the cute matching clip art and the corresponding answers.
Page Four - Twelve center game cards with cute clip art and the "missing divisor" division problems.
Page Five - Twelve center game cards with the cute matching clip art and the corresponding answers.
Page Six - The Student Directions page, perfect to place in the center folder or staple up above the math center on the wall. This page has two different student direction parts, one for the division only problems and one part for the missing divisor problems. Both parts have the cute, matching, corresponding clip art.
Page Seven - A one page worksheet for your center. This worksheet has the matching clip art and contains 12 division problems and an additional 12 missing divisor problems. A total of 24 math problems. If your school or administration requires a worksheet for each hands-on math center time, this worksheet perfectly backs up this division skill and it can also be used as a formal assessment grade.
Page Eight - The answer key for the worksheet. This can also be laminated and placed with the math center as a Student Self-Checking page.
Page Nine - Teacher Directions including the three ways to differentiate this math center into "low, medium, and high" division practice. Real photos are also included.
Page Ten - BONUS PAGE - This page has more directions for a variety of ways to use and play this math center with your students. Bonus cards are included to play Old Maid, by adding the old maid card. If you would rather teach your students “Pretty Teacher” or “Kind Teacher” instead, I have included those cards too!
You can also use these cards to play Go Fish. I have included a Go Fish card. Although it is not needed to play the game, you can use it to make a "stack of cards" cover. Once you print and cut your cards, add the cover of your choice, or BOTH, and a rubber band. Go Fish or Old Maid to go!
Pages Eleven to Twenty - Two
** BONUS FILE **
Added in March 2021 Twelve Pages of my Newly Revised new letter from me - An Introduction to Color By Numbers, Task Cards, and Center Game Lessons, Including Math Center Ideas for Your Classroom!
** PLEASE NOTE **
This new, free bonus file is not included in the TPT description page count.
** Please view the cover, the pictures and the preview file for more details. **
There are many ways to use this Divide By 2 Math Center Games Resource, here are a few of my favorite ways:
- Use one page as a game board, cut the other page. Place all those cards face down. Have the students turn over one card at a time, solve and place face up on the board. If they are incorrect, the card returns to the bottom of the pile. The winner is the student who places the final card. OR, for a "no winner" version, the goal is for the students to solve the cards independently, but to completely cover the board together. This version can ALSO be played two ways. One way is with the answer page as the game board, another way is with the math problem page as the game board instead.
- You can also play this game with cutting all the cards and matching up the problems with the solutions.
- For movement, place the problem cards around the room and the student(s) have to solve the math problem and leave the correct answer card at that location. To extend the game, have a second student check the answer and pick up the answer card to return to the math center.
- Mix all the cards together, with two students, deal 5 cards to each student and then place the remaining cards face down. Use as a Go Fish card game!
- Mix all the cards together, with the Old Maid card. For two students, deal 6 cards to each student and then place the remaining cards face down. Use as an Old Maid card game!
- Lay all the cards upside down on the floor and use as a Concentration (some call it Memory) Game!
• Remediation and RTI groups
• Substitute teacher folders
• Scoot and Read the Room games
• Match Game
• Go Fish
• Fine motor skills work
• Indoor recess
• Morning work
• Emergency sub tubs
• Homework packets
• Math Night with Parents
• Math centers
• Early morning arrival students
• After school tutoring
• Before school tutoring
• And so much more!
This Divide By 2 Center Games Resource is so easy to prep, it is perfect to give to a parent volunteer who is asking, "How can I help?" or your PTA / PTO volunteer room. It is also terrific for an Emergency Substitute Tub, Folder or Binder!
12 Divide by Two center game cards
12 Divide by Two center game answer cards
12 Divide by Two "missing divisor" center game cards
12 Divide by Two "missing divisor" center game answer cards
1 Divide By Two center game folder cover / math center sign
1 Page of 2 different sets of Student Directions
1 Page matching worksheet
1 Page of the matching worksheet answer key / student self-checking sheet
1 Page of Teacher Directions with Pictures
12 Page letter with ideas, tips, and lesson plans for using Center Games, Task Cards, and Color By Number in your classroom!
COMMON CORE STANDARDS:
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.
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 = ?
Understand division as an unknown-factor problem. For example, find 32 ÷ 8 by finding the number that makes 32 when multiplied by 8.
Fluently multiply and divide within 100, using strategies such as the relationship between multiplication and division (e.g., knowing that 8 × 5 = 40, one knows 40 ÷ 5 = 8) or properties of operations. By the end of Grade 3, know from memory all products of two one-digit numbers.
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Resource Title: 3rd Grade Go Math 7.1 Divide By 2 Center Games