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Division Concrete Model Game

Division Concrete Model Game
Division Concrete Model Game
Division Concrete Model Game
Division Concrete Model Game
Division Concrete Model Game
Division Concrete Model Game
Division Concrete Model Game
Division Concrete Model Game
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This set of 103 pages worth of cards ranging from 1/1 all the way to 144/12 are intended for students to use during small group instruction or during centers. There are a total of 12 sets of cards/ games. Each set of cards has a different color so that it is easy to separate them out. It is suggested to print and laminate possibly using cardstock.

There are many uses for this:
-DIVISION: These are a must have when learning why 144/12 (or any / fact) is equal to 12 (or any other answer).
-MULTIPLICATION: By purchasing Multiplication Concrete Model Game, you can also teach your kids the same thing with division models.
-FACT FAMILIES: Also by purchasing this and the Multiplication game mentioned above, you can model fact families for Multiplication and Division!

How To Use:
-Fantastic for small group instruction when first introducing multiplication to kiddos who are seeing it for the first time.
Intended to show students how multiplication can be shown in a picture, my students understanding has increased when it comes to introducing division. Students simply match the division sentence to the matching picture. For example: if student pulls a 144/12 card, they want to find the picture that shows 12 groups with 144 pictures in all and then determine that 144/12=12 pictures in each group.
-While in small groups students learn about "loops and groups". Simply explained, if a student draws a card 25/5, the student will draw what that would look like by drawing 5loops (circles) and putting 1 tally in each group until all groups are equal and a total of 25 tallies have been given. Then by looking at their loops and groups, students can determine that 25/5=5. I would suggest teaching students this so they understand why 25/5=5 as with any other division fact.
Total Pages
103 pages
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