Area Model for Division

Area Model for Division
Area Model for Division
Area Model for Division
Area Model for Division
Area Model for Division
Area Model for Division
Area Model for Division
Area Model for Division
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  1. Area Model Bundle – This bundle includes two great resources to help teach the division area model: Division Area Model Practice Pack and Area Model Task Cards. Division Area Model Practice Pack – This area model practice pack includes many resources to help you create a fun and engaging learning
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Product Description
Area Model for Division Task Cards –Task cards are very versatile and a great alternative to worksheets.

These task cards can be used in games, centers, as question cards for a whole class review, morning work, or even flash cards.

Task cards make great question cards for games. You can play games like Four Corners or Jeopardy. Another option is to use the game board and spinner provided in this resource. You can either divide students into teams to compete against one another and project the game board or provide each group with a copy of the game board and spinner.

Task cards can also be incorporated into centers where students rotate from one station to another. At this station, students can either work independently or play a game with the rest of their group

Included in this Packet
• Student Directions
• 24 Task Cards in Black and White
• 24 Task Cards in Color
• Answer Sheet
• Task Cards Key with Area Model Completed for Each Problem
• Game Directions
• Game Board and Spinner

Common Core Standards
5.NBT.B6 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. Illustrate and explain the calculation by using equations, rectangular arrays, and/or arrays,

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Area Model for Division Practice Pack

Adding and Subtracting Decimals Using Visuals Games

Adding and Subtracting Fractions Lapbook

Operation Wheel Game

Repeated Subtraction for Long Division Task Cards and Game

Fraction Wheel Game

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