Long Division with Remainders Matching Game

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Amber Thomas
Grade Levels
3rd - 4th, Homeschool
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This was a great activity to use as a teacher station, then later an independent center when learning about modeling division with remainders.
Perfect way to check for conceptual learning in virtual learners. They knew they steps but this told me they also know what we are doing conceptually! Thank you! Teacher lifesaver!
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This long division game will help children practice visualizing division with remainders.

Learning the algorithm for long division can be tedious. Some students follow the steps without really grasping the concept of what division is, or why we divide. This division math game focuses on the real world application of division to help students understand what it really looks like.

UPDATE! This set now includes 2 levels of numbers! The red set has smaller numbers (divisors up to 5 and dividends up to 20) and the purple set has greater numbers (divisors up to 12 and dividends to 144). You can print in color or black and white (simply print the first set of cards on one color paper and the second set on a different color paper).

UPDATE 2: I have included TWO digital (Google Slides) options for using these cards with remote learners. One is a matching game. The other I found simpler for online learners. Directions are included (and are visible in the preview).

This product contains:
✅ 16 division examples in written and pictorial form, for a total of 32 cards.
✅ Digital Matching Game for online partner work

✅ Digital Card sorting assignment perfect for assigning through Google Classroom

Students should work in pairs or groups and aim to make a match by uncovering the equation card that matches the graphic card.

To check if the cards are a match, inform the children that the rows in the picture match the divisor. The total number of dots represents the dividend. To find the equation, students need to count how many columns of dots are in the picture. The dots outside of the rows represent the remainder.

✨✨✨If you are looking for more hands-on division games, and activities, for your class, I have more available:✨✨✨

Division Task Cards for Breaking Down Numbers
Estimating Long Division Task Card Centers
Long Division Games Bundle
Long Division Task Card Centers Bundle of 3
Long Division Task Card Centers Level 2
Long Division Task Card Centers Level 3
Long Division with Remainders Matching Game
Long division mini unit lesson plans, activities and worksheets

I have more matching games here:

Multiplication Arrays Matching Game

Decimals Matching Game

Total Pages
8 pages
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Teaching Duration
30 minutes
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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Find whole-number quotients and remainders with up to four-digit dividends and one-digit divisors, using strategies based on place value, the properties of operations, and/or the relationship between multiplication and division. Illustrate and explain the calculation by using equations, rectangular arrays, and/or area models.


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