# Area Model Division 1 Digit and 2 Digit Divisors Task Cards Boom Learning

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Dividing Whole Numbers Boom Cards: These Area Model for Division of Whole Numbers Task Cards were designed to scaffold students’ learning and understanding of dividing whole numbers with the area/array model. This bundle includes the 1 Digit Divisors and 2 Digit Divisors task cards, where students divide whole numbers in the hundreds and thousands (division with 3 digit dividend and division with 4 digit dividend). This bundle of division task cards allows you to easily incorporate differentiated division practice into your math block!

These digital, self-checking task cards are hosted at Boom Learning (SM) and are compatible with Google Classroom. Learn more by downloading the preview file here or preview a set of the Area Model Division Boom Deck right on Boom Learning by clicking this preview link.

Why did I create these task cards? As my students worked to learn the area model method to divide whole numbers in the hundreds and thousands, I noticed commonalities among my students who struggled to learn the method:

1) Students have a hard time deciding which initial number to subtract from the dividend;
2) Students struggle to understand what number needs to be placed above the rectangle/box (the other factor or the partial quotient)

To help students better understand the area model for division, I designed these Area Model task cards where I have done the first step for students. Since I want students to see that they can really start from any entry point that makes sense, I did not always use the largest initial number that is possible.

I also created cards with and without the first partial quotient given to the student to provide you with another way to challenge and differentiate your students' practice.

1 Digit Divisors: You get 4 variations with 20 cards of each type for a total of 80 task cards:
✔ 3 and 4 digit dividends (with the first partial quotient given)
✔ 3 and 4 digit dividends (where the first partial quotient is not given)

2 Digit Divisors: You get 4 variations with 20 cards of each type for a total of 80 task cards:
✔ 3 and 4 digit dividends (with the first partial quotient given)
✔ 3 and 4 digit dividends (where the first partial quotient is not given)

THESE ALSO COME IN A PRINTABLE, PAPER-BASED FORMAT:
1 Digit Divisors Set?
2 Digit Divisors Set?

Related Resources:

Multiplying Whole Numbers with the Area Model: Error Analysis Task Cards

4th Grade Differentiated Assessments & Practice Sheets: Division Concepts

4th Grade Differentiated Assessments & Practice Sheets: Multiplication Concepts

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