This is an excellent practice activity that has the students focused and attentive and craving for more! Each student receives a recording sheet with the eight division problems-- a spot to glue the final answer, a spot for making the tools for each problem, and work space for the actual division. Then, the answers to the problems are stapled around the room like advertisements. Students can choose which problem to start with thus allowing differentiation as there is a range of divisors from simple to difficult. Once the students have solved the problem, they look around the answer for a “sign” with the correct answer displayed. If it is not around the room, they know they have made a mistake. If they can spot the answer on a “sign,” they quietly get up out of their seats, walk over to the answer, and rip off a smaller version to glue on to their papers. Every time I use this activity, my students are SILENT and engaged the entire time. Also, they whine when I stop them because they are having such a great time.