Some of my students have a difficult time choosing the correct operation when solving word problems. I have created several word problem sorts to give students opportunities to practice this skill.
In this activity students must distinguish between division word problems and multiplication word problems. Students create a T chart with division on one side and multiplication on the other side. Students cut out each word problem and glue it on the correct side of their T chart. Then they write an equation and solution to the problem. You can have students make these into posters on construction paper or put them in interactive notebooks.
This free product is a sample of my "Multiply or Divide?" word problem sort containing 7 additional sorts. Purchase the full product here