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Using this Sharing with Whole Numbers Division Activity, students interpret whole numbers as the number of objects in each share.
Knowing your multiplication and division facts fluently helps your students to perform more difficult math tasks. If you know your division facts, your students will be able to multiply as well. This activity is a fun way for your students to learn their multiplication and division facts.
Identify and match the division sentence to the shared objects. Then, students can write their own word problems to match.
If you are using this activity, your students are probably learning about division and unknown factors.
Use this May the Force of Division Be With You Activity as an additional resource for your students.
Introduce by asking students to solve ______ x 10 = 100. Next, students share how the strategies that they used to solve. Then, students complete the activity. Afterwards, students create multiplication and division fact families. Finally, students create their own word problems to match the multiplication problems.
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