Here is a division math game that was inspired by the Pokemon Go craze. This interactive activity will get your students up and out of their seats and moving around the school to capture Division Monsters. But the catch is, they will have to solve basic division problems in order to do it!
Included in this huge resource is:
-a teacher tips page to guide your through the activity
-an introductory slide show to show the students
-directions on how to show the slide show
-5 Monster posters that will be hidden throughout the school
-4 Division Mission sheets and answer keys
-a teacher tracking group sheet
-a Mission 5 (final mission) game to be played in the classroom
-student certificates and rewards
Students will love to compete in groups and find out who can collect the most monsters by the end of the activity!
Be on the look out for: Multiplication Go! Advanced Multiplication Go! and more!
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