Division Strategies

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Today we began division. I always suck my kids in by telling them I'm going to teach them how to divide without division. They never ...

UPDATE: Here is yet another post on division due to the fact I see people showing how to use base ten blocks that are less effective than ...

This is a FREE pdf file containing a picture of the interactive notes. There are two different practice worksheets included which require the students to use their notes. I have included a differentiated version of both the interactive notes and the practice worksheets for students with special needs. I used this with my all of my 5th graders and it was a huge success. Joy of Teaching - mrsjoyhall.com

Hopefully, this will be a relatively short post to make up for the War and Peace length post of yesterday:). I just wanted to take a few minutes to share what I added to my Master Math Notebook this morning. Divisibility Rules One of the things that my students struggle with is finding the logic in math. If their neighbor knows the answer, it must be because they are smarter or they have some magic trick. I remember feeling this way. In middle school, I was totally lost as my classmates…

Here in this cartoon Whale helps out Clam with an easy way to remember the steps to long division. If you have a comment, idea or suggestion for a cartoon th...

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Update 11/28 For more information on this strategy and a Flash Freebie, (sorry! Flash Freebies are over like that!) please check out my latest post and store. Thank you! ******************************************************************************* Happy Thursday everyone! It seems like it should already be Friday. One three day weekend and I get so spoiled:) Just in case you didn't check back in on Monday's post, Gus was found safe and sound! While I was cruising through the weekend linky…

Okay...so I decided that I needed something for my students to practice problem solving daily with single and multi step standards. I've been using little slips of paper with word problems that they glue into their math journals. These little strips are driving me crazy (even though it saves paper). I really want to have one problem per day they can either solve in class or take home and solve that is all in one place. This started my little obsession with my new Super Solvers Weekly Packs…