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This digital choice board, or choice menu, for Google Drive™ contains engaging and paperless activities for students to use and practice SUBTRACTION of 3 digital numbers. It makes a great way to differentiate for all learners! Students must have their own Google account in order to use this product. This will work on Chromebooks™, laptops and computers. It is NOT intended for iPads.
Be sure to check out my blog post about DIGITAL choice boards: 5 REASONS TO USE DIGITAL CHOICE BOARDS☺
The digital choice board contains 9 different digital activities that can be marked off as they are completed by dragging the translucent red "Xs" to lay on top of the rectangles that describe each activity. The text on the choice board is EDITABLE so you can change out or rearrange the activities to fit your needs. Students can use it like a tic-tac-toe board OR you could have them complete all of the activities throughout the week.
IMPORTANT! This product does NOT teach you HOW to use these tools. Students must be familiar with how to use Google Slides. The web tools that are linked in are very intuitive for most students.
These slides can be duplicated as many as you need throughout the year! They are set to print on 11x8.5 paper if you want a hard copy.
Activities that make up the choice menu (EDITABLE!):
★ Sort It: Students will go to Slide 4 to solve the subtraction with regrouping problems and sort them according to their differences (under 500 vs. over 500).
★ Make a Cartoon: Students will use the Tiny Tool website to create a cartoon that includes a subtraction with regrouping word problem.
★ Greater Than/Less Than: Using Slide 7, students will decide if the differences in column 1 are greater than or less than the differences in column 2. They will use the scribble tool to draw the greater than/less than sign in between.
★ Virtual Letter Board: Students will use the Virtual Letter Board website to type a word problem that requires subtraction with regrouping.
★ Free Choice: Students will come up with their own idea to show their knowledge of subtraction: I have linked in several digital tools on the side of this slide that students can use for this choice.
★ Subtraction Patterns: Students will create subtraction patterns like in the example that appears on Slide 5.
★Random Numbers: Students will use the random number generator to randomly draw two numbers (set generator’s max amount to be 999) that they will need to write down on a piece of scrap paper. They will then type the greater number to be the minuend and the smaller number to be the subtrahend. Any problem that would require regrouping will need to have a purple circle placed on top of it.
★Break It Down with Expanded Form: Students will use Slide 8 to break the three digital numbers down into expanded form using the provided charts and then solve for the differences.
★ Teach It: Students will use the Video Recorder website to record themself explaining how to solve a subtraction with regrouping across zeros problem. (Ex. 900-184).
All web tools are hyperlinked (including opening a new Google Drawing) so students can quickly and easily access the tool they need.
★ EDITABLE grading rubric that you can either print and fill in or keep digital
★ 3 editable slides for students to add links/screenshots to their creations.
★ Early Finisher Slide with links to addition games that do not require a login
All slides can be duplicated as many times as you need.
This product comes as a link in a PDF file. First, make sure you are signed into your Google account. Click on the link and you will be prompted to "Make a Copy". Rename the file to whatever you would like. It will be sent directly to your Drive! Disperse to your students via Google Classroom, Google Drive Shared folder, your Learning Platform, etc..
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