These Division Number Puzzles help students interpret quotients of whole numbers by reading a context and identifying the expression, model / drawing, and quotient. The context describes the relationship of the numbers, but doesn't not include the question part of a word problem. The focus is on the relationship of the numbers.
The model or drawing will match the context of the problem, generally by problem type. Models include: equal groups, number line, array / area model, and bar model. The Puzzles are arranged by multiplication / division problem type, Equal Groups, Area / Arrays, Compare. There are 6 puzzles per problem type with a range of division expressions.
Simple print each puzzle piece on colored paper, laminate for durability, and cut apart. I encourage students to use whiteboard markers on some pieces. If laminated, the whiteboard marker ink wipes off easily.
More Number Puzzles for Third Grade coming soon!
Number Puzzles for Third Grade
► OA1 - Interpret Multiplication
► OA2 - Interpret Division
► OA3 - Multiplication & Division Word Problems
► OA4 - Determine Unknown Numbers for Multiplication and Division Equations
► OA5 - Apply Properties of Operations - Multiplication & Division
► OA7 - Relationship Between Multiplication & Division
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