# Division strategies anchor chart

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Vesta Clifford saved to Math tricks

### Description Division Help students learn the steps in division strategies with this set that teaches 10 different methods of dividing using color coding to help students see the steps. You'll get division strategy posters, slideshows, and a folded half page size strategy reference booklet PLUS everything in DIGITAL format for distance learning to help students understand and follow the steps in the division process. This set is great to aid your instruction and makes a perfect addition to…

angela carrillo saved to Educational

### Description These ink-friendly printables will aide your instruction on beginner division strategies for third grade students! ▁▁▁▁▁▁▁▁▁▁▁▁▁▁▁▁▁▁▁▁▁▁▁▁▁▁▁▁▁▁▁▁▁▁▁▁▁▁ WHAT IS INCLUDED IN THIS RESOURCE? ⇨ Student anchor chart showing 4 different strategies for division: fact families, repeated subtraction, equal groups/arrays, and number line; full and half page options available ⇨ Print and go worksheets to reinforce each of the 4 division strategies ⇨ Half-page quick checks/exit tickets to…

Erica O saved to multiplication/division

### A poster or handout to help 3rd graders with division strategies! by clary_french in Types > School Work > Study Guides, Notes, & Quizzes

Meredith Mull saved to Education-Special Needs

### Various word descriptions for division as well as box method example. #division #divide

Luna del Cielo saved to Math division

### Just like blogging, I am also new to fourth grade. There have been many ups and downs this year, but I have definitely grown as an educator. A couple weeks ago, it was time to start division. I knew I needed to make sure that my students understood the concept of division before jumping into the standard algorithm, but how to do this? I wasn't quite sure. I started by having my students experiment with hands-on manipulatives and grid paper. Their strategies amazed me! Here is the problem I…

Amy Jackson saved to 1. Great Teaching Ideas