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Here's How I Teach Long Division

Mary, an upper elementary teacher and the face behind TpT store Teaching with a Mountain View, has fantastic tips for teaching long division. Take a look.

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MATH Division - Interpreting the Remainder 11x17 Poster/Anchor Chart from cokerfamily6 on TeachersNotebook.com (1 page) - MATH Division - Interpreting the Remainder 11x17 Poster/Anchor Chart

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Division Word Problems: Reindeer Remainder- a festive division unit covering remainders, word problems and rules of divisibility. Fun math centers, partner practice and independent work included! Fancy Free in Fourth

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5th Grade Interactive Math Notebook: These Common Core Aligned Interactive Notebooks are designed to give a visual cues and practice problems to teach interpreting remainders in fourth grade and fifth grade.

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Teaching the Concept of Division and Remainders

Understanding the connection between multiplication and division is not easy--but it CAN be fun! Check out some of the activities we did to deepen our understanding of division and remainders!

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While division algorithms can be fairly rote, tackling remainders requires logical thinking and deeper understanding. Here are four math activities I use with my students to help them figure out what to do about remainders.

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Teaching With a Mountain View

After students can compute with long division, they need to know exactly what it is they are computing! They must be explicitly taught interpreting remainders, and these task cards help them see what to do with each remainder they come across. More

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