I made this Beginning Division Clip Card Math Center and SCOOT game to provide my kiddos with both an independent activity they could do on their own AND a fun, whole-class game that we could play (and practice) together! For a better look, please click on PREVIEW!
This set includes...
Division Clip Card Math Center:
20 Clip Cards reviewing simple division up to the number 24. Add some clothespins, place materials in a bin or bag and it's ready to use! I also like to add a dot sticker to the back of the correct answer so that students can self-check their work.
Division SCOOT Game:
This game includes 20 task cards, recording page and an answer key. It can be played as a traditional Scoot game, as an "I Spy" game (by hiding the cards around the classroom and having students work in pairs to find and solve them), or as a simple task card activity for your Math Center. If you're playing SCOOT and you have more than 20 students, I've also included some "Just a Little Break" cards to mix in with the others so that there are enough spaces for each student to stop at.
For more Division FUN, click here...
All About Division - Intro to Division / Repeated Subtraction Book and Posters
Beginning Division Craftivity --- Sharing Sea Shells
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