Ideal for Eureka/Engage NY Math grade 5 module 2 lessons 22 and 23 or for use with any math program at any time of the year for practice or review. Students will divide up to four-digit dividends by two-digit divisors resulting in up to three-digit quotients and remainders as the try to capture Jaw Breaker.
There are nine different third grade division math centers included in this resource! There are also five different choice boards included so you can easily integrate the division stations into your math block. Third graders will love using these math centers to practice their division skills! These centers align with the standard 3.OA.2.
This s'more themed game is used to help students practice dividing fractions by whole numbers in a fun way during math class. It's a great way to practice math in the summer or fall season. I use this review game quite at the end of the school year and the beginning of the school year to review math skills. It's great in math centers, with partners, or for a group of students. Students try and make s’mores based on the questions they answer. Great for fifth grade!
I used this as a pretest for my 5th grade class. Problems include one digit and two digit divisors as well as 3 and 4 digit dividends. These math problems are "wordy" and require more in depth knowledge of division to solve. However, this is a good thing if you want to prepare your class for Common Core language.
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Scoot is a FUN whole-group activity that can be used in many different ways. It can be used as a review game, skill practice or even a test! You could even use these cards as task cards for a center or for early finishers. This version of Scoot tests students' knowledge of division with remainders. These questions involve dividing 2-digit numbers by 1-digit numbers. All answers have remainders Students will show their work and write their answers on the answer sheet. ...
Objective of the Game: Answer different questions about the Dividing Polynomials and be able to place 3 Xs or 3 Os horizontally, vertically, or diagonally before the other player. he 4 games of this activity are targeting the following concepts: ☑ Game 1: Dividing Polynomials using ONLY LONG DIVISION (Questions could be answered by using LONG DIVISION only) ☑ Game 2: Dividing Polynomials Synthetic or Long Division ☑ Game 3: Is the “BINOMIAL” a factor ☑ Game 4: Applications