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Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Long Division Worksheets, Games and Tips

Today's tip is a simple acronym to help your students remember the steps in traditional division.

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Division Acronym

D - Dad (Divide)

M - Mom (Multiply)

S - Sister (Subtract)

B - Brother (Bring Down)


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You may also like this poster to use in a math center as a division anchor chart.

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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.


These posters may be used as anchor charts in your math centers or stations. You will receive 4 different color versions of this poster to match your classroom decor.

4th Grade Math Common Core Standard:




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