# Teaching division

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2nd grade, 3rd, 4th, 5th, how to, activities, anchor charts, long, short, hands on, fun, games, manipulative, strategies .

This long division acronym poster work wells as an anchor chart in your math centers or stations. Students may color the smaller black and white versions (4 per page) and place them their math journals or interactive notebooks.It features fun monkeys. Dangerous Monkeys Swipe BananasWhat size is it?Y...

January is here! A NEW YEAR and so much to learn! I am super excited to continue our learning for this school year and start the calendar year off strong!

A few days ago, I posted about how I progress through the CRA (concrete, representational, abstract) model for introducing division. From the very basic use of splitting base 10 blocks into groups, all the way to a method very similar to the standard algorithm (that still builds conceptual understanding without just memorizing steps). You can find part 1 here in case you missed it!…did I mention there’s a freebie??? These next two strategies are both partial product strategies. This confused…

I'm popping in today to share some long division activities and anchor charts that have been sitting since December just waiting to be post...

Long Division is a step by step method for dividing the multi-digit numbers. It involves 4 basic steps: Divide, Multiply, Subtract, Bring Down, and then repeating the process. A funny Acronym to remember these steps is Dirty Monkeys Smell Bad.

If your students are struggling with how to do long division, this cheat sheet walks them through the steps to take. There are 2 sheets included (you can see both in the thumbnail photos) depending on what your students need. Each step is accompanied by simple written steps.You may also like:5th Gra...

This is a great tool for teaching students long division! Comes in four different options. Would make a great poster to hang up in your classroom as a reminder of the steps, or could be used as a printable for students to refer to at their desks. :) •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••...

Learn the best way to teach multi-digit multiplication and long division. This differentiated strategy helps 3rd grade, 4th grade, 5th grade, and special education students.

Want to review multi-digit multiplication and division in an engaging way? Click through to read about and download a FREE multiplication and division game for 4th-5th grade using Jenga blocks.

Step-by-step instructions for starting long division. As I tell my students, "we don't make mistakes if we work step by step."...

Dividing Fractions Anchor Chart PosterThis anchor chart poster is a great tool to display in your classroom and/or distribute to students to place in their interactive math notebook and/or binder. Students will be reminded that when dividing fractions they must multiply by the reciprocal. I also i...