Long division takes copious amounts of practice to master, and the best kind of practice is real world and authentic! Engage your students in practicing long division (no matter what method you teach) with this 9 page project designed to enrich and extend division skills. Students get to explore the ins and outs of their own movie theatre as they use their long division skills.
**HUGE Update January 2016 to Include Differentiated Options with One-Digit Divisors!**
Includes a detailed, 9 page project for your students to complete. This best-selling division project is perfect for independent work, an at-home project, math workshop and centers, enrichment, and MORE!
NOW includes TWO versions of the project for easy division differentiation! One version (the original Movie Marathon) is advanced, with extensive long division and 2 and 3 digit divisors. This version is recommended for 5th grade and up OR 4th graders who have mastered division with one-digit divisors.
The second version, which follows the same format and has similar questions as the original, has ALL one-digit divisors. There are a few problems with five-digit dividends as well as a few spots where students must complete multiplication. It is aligned to 4th grade division standards. (Note
: There is one single two-digit divisor problem in the one-digit divisor set due to the price of an item. You may skip this one or use it as a challenge problem!)
The last 9 pages of each document are answer keys.
ANSWER KEY INCLUDED
Check out my other BEST-SELLING Division Resources!
The ULTIMATE Long Division Activity Bundle
(Movie Marathon is included in this bundle!)
Long Division Scavenger Hunt
Long Division Error Analysis Enrichment Activity
Topple Blocks Division Game
Long Division Word Problem Task Cards
Interpreting Remainders Task Cards
Two-Digit Divisors Division Task Cards
One-Digit Divisors Division Task Cards
Write and Solve Long Division Task Cards
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