This resource is going to help you make your division lessons come alive for your fifth graders (or introduce concepts to your fourth graders, review with your sixth graders).
Each interactive notebook element includes either a homework page or a classroom game to cement the concept, review the skill, or build related skills.
This is what you'll get:
*Dividing Multiples of Ten. This section includes two notebook activities, and a "Show What You Know" worksheet.
*Quick Division Practice. This is a set of flashcards with a times table chart and a pocket to hold them in the students notebook.
*Properties of Multiplication Help Solve Division. This includes a four corner notebook activity and a "Show What You Know" worksheet.
*How Do I Get Started? This includes two notebooking activities to help your students remember the steps involved in solving division problems, as well as help to understand estimating to check their answers. It also includes a "Show What You Know" worksheet.
*Is My Answer Reasonable? This includes and activity to help students understand how to check their answers for reasonableness, and interpret remainders. It also includes a "Show What You Know" worksheets.
*Zeroes in the Quotients. Includes a step-by-step interactive activity and follow-up worksheet.
*Quick Divisibility Rules. This is an entire page of mini books to help your students develop the knowledge of common divisibility rules. These are important rules to know for mentally calculating division. There is an "I Have Who Has" classroom game with a recording sheet included.
Each section includes a short tutorial for how to assemble the booklets and teaching suggestions for the classroom teacher AND the tutor!
If this resource was helpful may also be interested in a similar a Multiplication Interactive Notebook
. friend of mine created.
If your students need some multiplication practice, you may find something HERE
. to help them.