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This interacitve book is a supplement to "The Doorbell Rang" by Pat Hutchins. Explore division and equal sharing while simultaneously reading the book, individually, in small groups or as a reteach or intervention activity! Pages follow story and have room for students to show groups and write division sentences that match the division problems that arise every time the doorbell rings!

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from dragonsdencurriculum.blogspot.com

Learn Long Division the Easy Way!

If you need fun sites for division practice, don't miss this great post! It includes a fantastic video on how to teach long division with manipulatives!

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Quotient Cafe, interactive activity from NCTM's Illuminations - awesome, fun way to have students practice partial quotient division. Allows for lots of ways to differentiate!

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If one of my high school teachers ever thought to scan their notes and make them available to us kids, I probably would have aced their classes. But on the down-side, I WOULDN'T OWN EVERY SINGLE HELLO KITTY NOTEBOOK SOLD AT TARGET.

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This detail description of the phases of mitosis for the students to see from the beginning to the end.

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Soldiers of the Australian 5th Division waiting to attack during the Battle of Fromelles 19 July 1916.

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Revisiting the WW2 Battle For Arnhem: The Epic Movie Theirs is the Glory (Watch)

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from Forbes

Yes, There Are Reasons To Create Another Character In 'The Division'

Photo: Ubisoft   When I first started playing The Division beta weeks ago, I was surprised to see that there were slots for multiple characters available. While it’s usually par for the course in most RPGs, the reason you make multiple characters in those games is generally pretty obvious: Diversity of play. Most games [...]

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