When teaching students to understand division as an unknown factor, they must first understand the factors and product that correspond with the factors and quotient. For example,for a student to be able to solve:45 ÷ 9 = 5they should first understand that:9 × 5 = 45With this in mind, are two ways that I like
The 100th day of school is almost here! Wow, that went fast! I don’t know about everyone else, but I am a sucker for themed days in the classroom or homeschool. These exciting 100 days of school multiplication and division color by number worksheets are the perfect activity to add to your 3rd-grade and 4th-grade
Personally, I think that 3rd-grade is the biggest transition for students math-wise. Solving two-step word problems in 3rd-grade is the perfect example of this difficult transition. Below I share with you my helpful tips for writing two-step word problems.I have taught grades 2-8 math, so I am speaking from experience when I share this opinion.
Understanding multiplication word problems in 3rd-grade can be daunting for sure. Truthfully, all the methods can be in place and your lesson can still fall flat. Personally, I feel that in this case, the one thing that is missing deals with whether or not the student is engaged and having fun.Also, I feel like sometimes
Christmas is in the air and these color by number division worksheets for Christmas are just what you need to spread joy in your classroom. Plus, color by number worksheets are always a big hit with the kiddos! Use the worksheets for early-finisher, math centers, for good behavior, practice, etc… Color by Number Christmas Division Worksheets
It’s December 1st, and these color by number division worksheets are just the thing to add to your winter curriculum. The worksheets are great for math centers, early finishers, “be-good rewards”, practice, etc…In fact, many teachers (who have purchased my CBN resources), have stated exactly those things.Color by number worksheets are not only fun for