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Mrs. Higginbotham's Math Class - Basic Fact Division - Google Slides

Google Slides | Google Slides|Grades: 3 - 4

Use models to solve basic fact division problems in Google Slides.

Students solve basic fact division problems using concrete and pictorial models, arrays, repeated subtraction and the connection multiplication. Then students journal to connect the division models.

Use for practice at school or at home. Interactive Google slides can be used on any device that allows students to edit Google Slides.

6 problems solved using multiple models for division basic facts and journaling.

Use at home, in small groups, during guided maths and in centres.

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This activity includes clear and concise teacher directions, editable student directions, technology usage practice slides and an answer key.

  Australian Curriculum alignment

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