Division is the most confusing operation we teach, and one of the reasons is that it comes in three dfferent formats (left to right, top to bottom, and "inside outside.") To make it even harder, the language can be confusing: we can say "28 ÷ 8 =" as "28 divided by 8," "how many 8s go into 28?", "8 divided into 28...."
This is a set of 4 different activities that will help your students better understand the different formats that will appear when doing division. They will learn how to connect division to problem solving, as well as use the "correct" language when describing division (as in, NOT saying 8 ÷ 2 is the same as "8 over 2."
There is also a 2 page assessment which tests students understanding of division formats and language, as well as an answer key.