In this practice package, students will have the opportunity to practice or review division facts in a fun, creative way. You will receive ten aquarium drawings and ten sheets of fish drawings ready to be cut out. Each aquarium has a title of Division By 10, Division By 9, etc. through Division by 1. The ten fish drawings are to be paired with their coordinating aquarium drawings. Each fish drawing has a division sentence with a missing answer. Students should write the answers to complete the division sentences in the spaces on the fish’s tails. The fish can be cut out, colored and glued to the aquarium picture. Students can also color the aquarium picture. This would make a great bulletin board display for your classroom to introduce or review division facts.
The division facts in this activity include: division by 10 (100 divided by 10 through 10 divided by 10), division by 9 (90 divided by 9 through 9 divided by 9), division by 8 (80 divided by 8 through 8 divided by 8), division by 7 (70 divided by 7 through 7 divided by 7), division by 6 (60 divided by 6 through 6 divided by 6), division by 5 (50 divided by 5 through 5 divided by 5), division by 4 (40 divided by 4 through 4 divided by 4), division by 3 (30 divided by 3 through 3 divided by 3), division by 2 (20 divided by 2 through 2 divided by 2), division by 1 (10 divided by 1 through 1 divided by 1). This is a total of one hundred division problems.
- 10 aquarium drawings, each with a different title of “Division By 10” through “Division By 1”
- 10 sheets of fish with division problems
These are my (Susan) original drawings and are designed to be printed on standard 8.5 X 11 inches (21 X 27 cm) size paper.
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