This game includes an instruction sheet for your students, a game board, and 32 division cards. The only extra materials you need to provide are game pieces - no dice, no spinners, etc. All you have to do is print, cut the cards, and you're ready to go! Instant math station!
How to play: A player will draw a card. They will solve the division problem. Whatever the remainder is, is how many spaces they move on the board. Then it's the next players turn. The first one to reach the Finish space wins. Easy Peasy!
This summer when I was teaching 4th grade, I asked my class to raise their hand if they were comfortable with multiplication. Most of them raised their hand. Then I asked the same about division and only about 3 kids raised their hand.
So I started wondering how I could get my kids engaged with division... And what better way to learn than by having fun playing a game!?
If you have any comments, questions, concerns, or suggestions please leave me a message! Thanks!