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This long division PowerPoint provides students with an overview of how to solve long division problems with a zero in the dividend. There are clearly stated steps in this PowerPoint, as well as an acronym to help students remember the steps. There are also several examples given.
This long division PowerPoint presents a pneumonic device in which the first initial of generic family members names corresponds with the first initial of the proper steps to follow when solving a long division problem with a two-digit divisor. Thorough explanations and "think aloud" strategies provide an effective model for teaching this math skill.
This long division PowerPoint demonstrates the steps in solving long division money problems. The 22 slides instruct students on how to use an acronym to remember the steps in long division with money. Each slide models how to complete each step effectively. This PowerPoint is useful in introducing the conceptual framework of long division with money.
Associating new information with a familiar image or word is a great way to build connections and memory. This presentation goes through the steps of the long division process associating each step with a member of the family. Your students will have no trouble remembering mom/multiply, brother/bring down, or Rover/repeat or remainder. Tip: Repeat this process using a different color for each step.
Long division without remainders is the name of the game in this resource. Students practice the standard algorithm as they solve problems that containing four- or five-digit dividends and three-digit divisors. There are actually six individual worksheets containing six division problems each. During an assessment, print out all of them so that neighboring individuals all have a different version.
Fourth graders examine and demonstrate the steps of long division. They discuss why we use long division, and observe the teacher draw an illustration of a division problem. Students then solve a variety of long division problems, writing and orally explaining to a partner how they solved the problems.