Long Division "Four In A Row" Game & Sort (with & without QR codes)

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4th, 5th
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The Long Division “Four In A Row” game can be used as a game in a center or small group or as a sorting activity. Students solve the long division equation and match the quotient. The theme is based on a popular TV show and my students love the illustrations from Melonheadz. (I don’t watch TV, but I have been told that the old man is holding a glass of ice tea.)

I have added QR codes along with regular game cards to engage students in technology and math. Download the free QR reader on an IPad, IPhone, or Touch IPod. Students can check their answers independently.

I teach in inclusion classrooms with special education students, students in an early intervention program and proficient learners. This activity was created to motivate all students through differentiation. Hope you enjoy the activity!
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Long Division "Four In A Row" Game & Sort (with & without
Long Division "Four In A Row" Game & Sort (with & without
Long Division "Four In A Row" Game & Sort (with & without
Long Division "Four In A Row" Game & Sort (with & without