These are very basic division strategies designed to introduce the concept. These Division Strategies are strategies that allow students to think differently and learn to manipulate numbers in ways that allow them to feel like they are in control of numbers.

Division Strategies

Division: Teachers Pay Teachers offers this great anchor chart that shows various division strategies students can use!

Probably gonna need this for Jett and Jocelynn (hopefully it prevents some meltdowns for you know who)

# Anchor Chart idea to show students multiple strategies for division. I think this would really help students to 'see' what division is. - Probably gonna need this for Jett and Jocelynn (hopefully it prevents some meltdowns for you know who)

Division Strategy Mini-Posters This package includes a labelled divison problem with no remainder, a labelled division problem with a remainder (both division formats) and 6 division strategy posters. The posters have 2 versions - one uses the words dividend, quotient and divisor the other uses big number, smaller number and answer.

Division Strategy Mini-Posters This package includes a labelled divison problem with no remainder, a labelled division problem with a remainder (both .

Teaching With a Mountain View: Teaching Long Division

Teaching Long Division

The 4th Grade May-niacs: Division without Dividing??? (pretty far in the future but I don't want to forget this trick!)

The Grade May-niacs: Division without Dividing? Good idea for kids struggling with division. CB: Know as the partial quotient methods, where students really use multiplication to find quotients!

Division strategies anchor chart and printables!

3.OA.2 Division Strategies

Problem Solving. CC: 3.OA.3. This is an anchor chart showing the various methods of completing/modeling a division problem. This targets students who are at the representational level with division. All you need is chart paper, and markers.

CC: This is an anchor chart showing the various methods of completing/modeling a division problem. This targets students who are at the representational level with division. All you need is chart paper, and markers.

5.3C Division for Struggling Learners (I adore this strategy!)

Middle School OCD: Throwdown Linky - Post It Note Division. Maybe we should try this Teske Goldsworthy Teske Goldsworthy Baum

free partial quotients interactive notebook - Google Search

This week, we will be wrapping up our unit on multiplication! Students should now feel comfortable solving multiplication problems using several strategies, including partial products, area models,.

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