Understanding Division Note to the teacher Using this

Understanding Division Note to the teacher  Using this

Understanding Division Note to the teacher Using this slideshow with manipulatives (counters or tiles) will help reinforce the concepts of multiplication and division. Each student should have about 65 counters or

tiles to model the problems in this slideshow. Guide students through the problems, circulating the room to see that each student is displaying manipulatives that correspond to the problems. Division Start with a group, then break it into smaller groups of equal size.

12 4 = 3 Can you model these division problems using the manipulatives on your desk? Samantha saved $54 for a bike. She saved six dollars each

week. How many weeks did she save for her bike? $54 Samantha saved $54 for a bike. She saved six dollars each week.

How many weeks did she save for her bike? What number sentence would solve this problem? 54 6 = 9 Phillip bought 24 tennis balls. These tennis balls

were packaged three in each can. How many cans did he buy? 24 Tennis Balls 1

5 2 6 3

7 4 8 Phillip bought 24 tennis balls. These tennis balls were packaged three in each can.

WhatHow number sentence would this problem? many cans did solve he buy?

24 3 = 8 Amy has 25 strawberries to use for smoothies. Her recipe calls for 5 strawberries in each smoothie. How many can she make?

25 strawberries 1 smoothie 2 3

smoothies 4 smoothies smoothies 5 smoothies

Amy has 25 strawberries to use for smoothies. Her recipe calls for 5 strawberries in each smoothie. How many can she make? What number sentence would solve this problem?

25 5 = 5 It takes two bananas to make a smoothie. How many smoothies can Jasmine make

with 16 bananas? 1 5 2

6 3 7 4 8

It takes two bananas to make a smoothie. How many smoothies can Jasmine make with 16 bananas? What number sentence would solve this problem? 16 2 = 8

Ramona has 56 beads. She uses seven beads to make a bracelet. How many bracelets can she make? 6 bracelets

8 bracelets 7 bracelets 56 beads 3 bracelets 5 bracelets 4 bracelets

1 bracelet 2 bracelets Ramona has 56 beads. She uses seven beads to make a bracelet. How many bracelets can she make?

What number sentence would solve this problem? 56 7 = 8 Kim has 35 wooden logs. She burns the same number of logs each night.

How many nights can she make a fire? 7 Kim has 35 wooden logs. She burns the same number of logs each night.

How many nights can she make a fire? What number sentence would solve this problem? 35 5 = 7 Twenty four girls are going camping. .

Four girls can sleep in a tent. How many tents will they need? 1 4

3 2 6 5 Twenty four girls are

going camping. . can Four girls sleep in a tent. What number sentence would solve this problem?

24 4 = 6 How many tents will they need? Exactly twenty seven batteries are needed for 9 flashlights. How many batteries does each flashlight need?

Make 9 groups. Place a battery in each group ONE at a TIMEuntil you use all the batteries. Exactly twenty seven batteries are needed for 9 flashlights. How many batteries does

each flashlight need? What number sentence would solve this problem? 27 9 = 3 There are 21 pots of flowers on our street . If there are three pots of flowers on each

porch, how many houses are on our street? 7 houses There are 21 pots of flowers on our street . If there are three pots of

flowers on each porch, how many houses are on our street? What number sentence would solve this problem? 21 3 = 7

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