In this set of 15 Boom Cards, students will be guided through the steps of long division with 2-digit quotients and remainders. Students often struggle with where to put the numbers, and these cards will guide them along smoothly. By pressing the tab key, the cursor will move to the appropriate space for their answers.
Assign this deck to students on a computer or tablet and use for morning work/bell ringers, independent math centers, homework,
etc. You can even project this on an interactive board to use as a whole group activity!
Boom Cards require no prep
and provide immediate feedback
for teachers and students, which make them the perfect digital classroom resource! Be sure to download my preview for an interactive sample of this set of Boom Cards!
This product is part of a bundle you can find here.
Division with Remainders BUNDLE
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