This math center activity is a fun and motivating way for your students get repeated practice of dividing decimals by whole numbers. To use this activity, students will use the prices found on cute treat price cards to divide by the number of people splitting the treat to see how much each person pays. Students will then estimate the quotient, show their work for the long division problem, and write the quotient in the provided column. The types of division problems in this center activity will never create fractions of a cent for answers, as dictated by the grade-level standards.
This easy-to-prep math center activity is perfect for 4th and 5th grade students to help them practice this important decimal skill. Students can work on this activity as individuals or in small groups. This math center is an engaging way to encourage students to practice dividing decimals in the context of money. A recording sheet and an answer key are included.
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This math center is aligned to the following TEKS: 5.3.G
This math center aligned to the following Common Core State Standards: 5.NBT.B7
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