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Monday, August 26, 2013

Long Division Teaching Strategies, Song, Printables, Ideas, Poster and More!

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Here is an awesome long division video - Gangnam Style!

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The Steps to Long Division for Kids


Free Long Division Graph Paper Math Strategy

 long division anchor chart poster math strategy


You may like this printable anchor chart from our TpT store:

 printable division strategies anchor chart math poster


You may also like to read this blog post with a FREE printable poster.  
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Using the "Big 7" Strategy in the 4th Grade Classroom


You will receive six task cards for students to review division with a one-digit divisor and 2-3 digit dividends. Task cards are a great alternative to worksheets. They allow for movement in the classroom, which brain research shows this increases achievement. Students may play SCOOT, have a scavenger hunt, or engage in other task card games. A student response division form and answer key are also provided.

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 Learning Wrap Ups Division Keys


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