These 30 task cards are great for introducing and for reviewing division.
Ideas for Use:
1. Around the Room Task Cards-tape cards in various spots around your room. Have students walk around the room and solve the problems-in any order.
2. Scoot-Put a card on each student’s desk. Give students time to solve their problem, then say, “Scoot.” Scoot is the cue for students to move on to the next problem.
3. Use as game cards. Supply students with a game board (these cards do NOT come with a game board) , game pieces, a copy of the answer sheet to check each others work, and a die. Students who correctly answer can roll the die and advance around the board.
4. Play Leftovers-Students draw a card and solve for the quotient. The remainder (or leftover amount) is the number of points earned. Students compare points at the end of nine rounds. The student with the higher number of points wins.
**Two different Recording Sheets are provided. One is for Scoot or Task Cards. The other is a recording sheet for playing Leftovers. An answer key is also provided.