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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
Do your students need help interpreting remainders in division word problems? Click to see 48 easy-to-use, print-and-go task cards - coordinated for easy differentiation. Assign different tasks to students based on their needs. Includes 1 page of blank cards. Common core-aligned, perfect for 4th/5th grades.
This packet contains TWO (2) sets of division task cards (46 task cards total) on dividing numbers written in long division form.
This is a Smartboard lesson that teaches students how to do long division in a less traditional way. I developed this method by combining parts of the forgiving method with parts of the tradition method. This has been a very effective way for kids to begin to understand how to do long division. The numbers on the right of the problem will work out to be the quotient in expended form. This makes the process much shorter and less chance for adding errors to occur.
These 3 mazes provide review for the order of operations (no exponents, 1 with division). Students will experience success by eventually reaching the end, even if they solve one or two problems incorrectly.
A complete unit on Dividing with Whole Numbers. Get your students really thinking about division and what it means. Unit is 5 lessons that teach the common core division strategies with self-evaluation, foldable activities and critical thinking writing questions for each lesson. 5.NBT.5
Easy, cheap math centers for 5th grade using dice and cards. Includes division, multiplication, decimals through thousandths, comparing fractions, median, mode and range, and (x,y) coordinate grids in the first quadrant
I have.. Who has? Mixed Multiplication and Division $1.50 The Center Based Classroom
The yellow notes have different signs (multiplication, division, addition, and subtraction) and then you can pick two white notes with numbers.
Doggie Division QR Code Task Cards! This title contains 24 self-checking center/task QR code cards and one recording sheet for students to practice solving long division problems with two-digit divisors and with or without remainders. $
Long Division Task Cards FREEBIE! Enjoy this common core aligned freebie! This activity has 16 division cards which students need to solve. Students can then check their answers by scanning the QR code. To scan the codes, students need a tech device which supports apps and the free app entitled “scan.” Perfect for small group instruction or center activity. Simply print, cut, and laminate! Enjoy and please email me should you have any questions.