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This is a great Christmas activity for students learning division with up to two digit divisors.
Objective: This activity tests students on finding whole number quotients.
Standard: This puzzle is aligned with the following fifth grade common core standard:
CCSS.Math.Content.5.NBT.B.6—Find whole-number quotients of whole numbers with up to four-digit dividends and two-digit divisors, using strategies based on place value, the properties of operations, and/or the relationship between multiplication and division.
To complete the puzzle the students must match up the quotient with the original division problem. Ten versions of the puzzle are included, each with a varying number of end of year/summer graphics. One puzzle contains 1 graphic,three puzzles contain 4 graphics, three contain 9 graphics, and tree contain a graphic on each individual piece. As the number of graphics increases, so does the difficulty allowing for differentiation amongst ability groups. The puzzles vary in the graphics and not the division problems.
Directions: Print out the gameboard on cardstock and have it laminated . Cut out the sixteen pieces and pass them out to individual students or to a group of students. The students must match up the equivalent units to complete the 4 x 4 Grid. There are two versions of the puzzle included.
What has been successful for us is to give points for correctly completing the puzzle, and extra credit points for the first few groups that finish. The Roman numerals are there so that you can quickly check for accuracy.
Here are our 5th (Fifth) Grade Common Core Activities Bundle
, product listings:
Operations and Algebraic Thinking Activities
U.S. Customary Length Unit Conversion Puzzle
Metric System Length Unit Conversion Puzzle
Adding Fractions Puzzle
Subtracting Fractions Puzzle
Adding and Subtracting Decimals Sort
Multiplying Decimals Puzzle
Adding Decimals Puzzle
Subtracting Decimals Puzzle
Brackets Braces and Parenthesis Worksheet
Converting Phrases into Expressions Worksheet
Thanksgiving Metric Unit Length Conversion
Thanksgiving Standard Unit Length Conversion
Thanksgiving Division with Remainders
Thanksgiving Adding Decimals to Hundredths Place
Christmas Metric Unit Length Conversion
Christmas Standard Unit Length Conversion
Christmas Whole Number Quotients
Christmas Division with Remainders
Halloween Division with Remainders Puzzle
Halloween Whole Number Quotients Puzzle
Halloween Metric Unit Conversion Puzzle
Halloween US Unit Conversion Puzzle
St. Patrick’s Day Activities:
St. Patrick’s Day Metric System Length Unit Conversion Puzzle
St. Patrick’s Day US Customary Length Unit Conversion Puzzle
End of Year Activities:
End of the Year Summer Whole Quotient Division Puzzle
End of the Year Summer Metric Length Unit Conversion Puzzle
End of the Year Summer US Customary Length Unit Conversion Puzzle
End of the Year Summer Division with Remainders Puzzle
End of the Year Summer Multiplying Decimals Puzzle
Easter US Customary Length Unit Conversion Puzzle
Be sure to check out our Elementary and Holiday Seasonal Puzzles Bundle
, where we have put together all of our elementary level holiday and seasonal activities in one product at a discounted price. If you purchase this file, you also will get the rights to all the additional elementary holiday activities we upload to our store. As we continue to upload more products to our store, we will consistently upload this bundle as well. If you have already purchased this file, you will be notified that we have uploaded a revised file and will be able to download the update. As we upload additional files, we will continue to increase the price. There are plenty of additional puzzles that we will be uploading for St. Patrick's Day, Easter, Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas, Valentine’s Day, etc. Also, there will likely be other seasonal puzzles for end of the school year, fall, etc. Be sure to get in on the ground floor!