Mixed Basic Facts Division Task Cards and Recording Sheets! Are you reviewing division as the school year comes to a close! These free task cards are perfect for SCOOT, small group work, math centers, or even something different for independent seat work. Laminate a couple of sets and use the recording sheets for an assessment year after year! Click Here to Get the Matching Mixed Multiplication Task Cards and Recording Sheets! Visit my blog for more freebies! ... Read More about Would You Like Some Free Mixed Division Task Cards With Recording Sheets?
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Understanding division completely is an important skill for third and fourth grade students. This basic division tiling puzzle helps your students to work on division and multiplication in a new and challenging way. Students have tiles from 0 - 9 to use them to fill in the gaps in the puzzle. Download this free puzzle from my Teachers Pay Teachers store. ... Read More about Free Division Tiling Puzzle
We've been doing multiplication and division since the beginning of the year and I still have some kids who see the division sign and freeze up. They can multiply quickly and they know that division is just the opposite of multiplication, but they still freeze. So I'm using this Division Tiling Puzzle to help them work on this skill. They use the number tiles to fill in the missing gaps and realize that they are actually using multiplication to solve the problems. Download this free puzzle from ... Read More about Free Division Tiling Puzzle
FREE Christmas Division Center Games Divide By Two and Four This Christmas Elf division center is perfect for introduction or review of dividing by two and four...this resource can be played 3 different ways... 1. divide by two, 2. divide by four or 3. mixed together, divide by two and four. Visit my blog to learn how to use my centers for Old Maid, Concentration, Match Game, Go Fish, Scoot and so much more! Visit my blog to download your freebie now, your students will ... Read More about Fern Smith’s FREE Christmas Quick and Easy to Prep Division Center Games Divide By Two and Four
My students were working on this tiling puzzle one day when an administrator walked into my room. The comment from that administrator was "Wow, this really gets them thinking!" Her comment was so spot on. The reason that I created this Division Tiling Puzzle was to get my kids to truly think about math, numbers, operations and how it all works together. Most students don't simply become critical thinkers on their own. We have to help them out a little bit. This puzzle allows me to push my ... Read More about Free Division Tiling Puzzle to Get Students Thinking