1) Hands-on activity to relate multiplication and division (2 pages)
2) Word problem follow-up (1 page)
You can obviously use this how you want, but here is what I did :) I used this set to help my students relate the operations of multiplication and division. I started with hands-on -- we made equal groups of chips and wrote the equation on the board, labeling the product and factors. Then we "scooped up" those exact chips and "shared them out" into an equal number of groups using one of the factors. "But we just did that!", they cried. "Oh no we didn't," said I ...etc. etc. We then wrote the equation and labeled the dividend, divisor and quotient.Then, they used the worksheet -- while using the equations and labels on the board as a reference.