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# Division Task Cards with One-Digit Divisors

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These cards have one-digit divisors & multi-digit dividends.

This is a game I've used in my 4th grade class, but this could also be used in a 3rd or 5th grade classroom. My students have loved it, and I hope yours do too!

Most of the problems are division, however there some other questions about other parts of the 4th grade core, like multiples and writing equations.

There are a total of 32 cards, along with an answer sheet and a response page where students can write down their answers.

In several problems, you will see three numbers in parentheses. These numbers provide varying levels of degrees of difficulty, so all of your students can be successful. For example, one task card might look like this:

There are (9, 25, 256) customers at a sports store. There are (3, 5, 8) check-out stands open. How many people will be in each line to check-out if they are divided equally?

Students can decide if they want to solve 9÷3, 25÷5, or 256÷8. Giving choice is always a great way to empower students, and you have accommodations built right into the activity!

This has questions aligned with the Common Core standards 4.OA.2, 4.OA.3, 4.OA.4, 4.NBT.1, 4.NBT.6.

Like what you see? Check out some of my other products below!
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