# Division Intervention Task Cards | Division Conceptual Understanding        Subject
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Students often struggle with division fact fluency and automaticity because they lack a conceptual understanding of division (and how it connects or relates to multiplication). This simple-to-prep and use resource includes over 300 division task cards to help you build that conceptual understanding with your students.

I designed these division task cards to be an extension of my mini-lessons. For example, I will teach a small group lesson on connecting division to multiplication using fact families and then the students will complete the task cards with me, as a math center, with partners, or independently.

This resource includes division task cards for:

•Making Models

•Analyzing Models

•Finishing Models

•Two Types of Division Problems: Group Size Unknown and Size of Group Unknown

•Connecting Multiplication to Division

Here is a detailed list of the conceptual division skills included. Each skill includes a task card set of 24 task cards:

• The students will analyze equal group models and write division problems to match (scaffolded version).
• The students will analyze arrays and write division problems to match (scaffolded version).
• Analyzing arrays and equal group models and write division problems to match
• The students will use small objects or manipulatives to model division situations. (Group Size Unknown)
• The students will use small objects or manipulatives to model division situations. (# of Groups Unknown)
• The students will use small objects or manipulatives to model division situations. (Group Size Unknown and # of Groups Unknown)
• The students will draw a model to represent and solve division problems.
• The students will finish models to solve the division problems. (Group Size Unknown)
• The students will finish models to solve the division problems. (# of Groups Unknown)
• The students will write multiplication problems and division problems to match models.
• The students will use the fact family numbers on triangles to write two multiplication and two division problems.
• The students will write fact families (two multiplication facts and two division facts) for the numbers given.
• The students will solve the division problems. They will then write the related multiplication problems that helped them (or could help them).
• The students will write two division problems that could be solved using multiplication facts shown.

This resource works well for students in grades 3-5 who have received initial instruction on division but struggle to understand the skill conceptually.

Answer keys, direction pages, and recording sheets are included for each task card set.

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Total Pages
50+
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Teaching Duration
1 month
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