Center activity: This simple activity helps kids see the inverse relationship between multiplication and division, practice writing equations and learn multiplication and division fact families! All in a fun and simple way!
could do this with factors multiples too. FREEBIES - Division and Multiples Clip, Flip, Check Cards. Children clip the answers with a clothespin Then they flip the card over to check their answers! The kids love these flip cards!
Enjoy this little division activity! My students love practicing their math skills while making a fun picture. In this activity, your students practice their division (with one-digit denominators) skills. They follow the directions and solve the problems to create a unique wintery scene! Looking for
Enjoy this free interactive notebook booklet to introduce division using The Doorbell Rang by Pat Hutchins and Cookie Crisp Cereal. This freebie is from my Multiplication and Division Interactive Notebook.
# Anchor Chart idea to show students multiple strategies for division. I think this would really help students to 'see' what division is. - Probably gonna need this for Jett and Jocelynn (hopefully it prevents some meltdowns for you know who)
This activity allows students to understand situations that entail multiplication and division, such as equal groupings of objects and sharing equally. Using a manipulative, students physically demonstrate computations with division.