"Division Scoot," is a great way to get students up and moving around the room while practicing their division skills. This could be a whole class activity or you could even make them task cards for a student to practice individually.
Recording Sheet or Notebook Paper
Object of the Game:
Students move around the room answering division problems as they go until they make it back to their original spot.
1. Place a Scoot card on each student desk or make a circle around the walls of the room with each question.
2. Students start and end at the same spot going around answering questions.
They remain at their location until the teacher says, “Scoot.” Then they move to the next card.
3. Scoot cards are numbered and they should write down the correct problem and answer next to the matching number on their recording sheet.
4. The teacher can go over the answers with the class, have students work them out on the board maybe 5 at a time or collect and grade them.
Have fun and….. “Scoot!”
Come visit me and follow for updates and freebies!!
I have many math resources in my store on TPT: Flying through Fourth.
I also have a new blog
that I am super excited about and will continue to add more!
My pinterest page
is full of teacher resources!!
Lastly, I just started a NEW FB page!