Division: World Records gives students 21 lessons on dividing three-digit numbers.
Each page explores a different world record, accomplishments like: the guy who did 253 jumps while wearing swim fins and twirling a jump rope, or the day that 466 robots got together to play soccer, or the guy who ran 157 marathons in a year (that is over 4,000 miles), or the guy who juggled four balls for two hours and forty-six minutes without dropping any. Students will enjoy the odd and unique world records.
At the bottom of each page is a three by three grid called “The Sequence Challenge” teaching pattern recognition, where students solve five division problems and discover other missing numbers.
If you would like more on division, here are several of my packets:
Multiply and Divide within 100
Multiplication & Division Memory Match Game
Word Name: Multiplication & Division
Division: The 50 States
Division: World Records
Division and the USA
Four Operations Math Challenge
Four Operations Math Challenge (2)
Product or Quotient: A Spinner Game
First Day of School: Multiplication & Division Games
End of Year: Division, Squares and World Records
End of Year Tic-Tac-Toe: Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, Division
Division Facts in Five Minutes
Division within 100 PowerPoint BUNDLE
Division with Remainders