Find a partner to play the following games:
Yesterday students had a Post-it snowball fight to wrap up Unit 1. They wrote what they thought was important for Unit 1 on a Post-it, crumble it up, and throw it at each other like it’s a snowball. When the teacher said STOP, children picked up a “snowball” and read aloud what they saw on the sticky note. One way to keep them awake and excited about learning. 🙂
Answer question #9 and #10 without using long division or multiplication in column form.
You can use any equations on the board.
(Hint: you may use the number line to do some addition and subtraction.)
Refer to this tutorial for Division Strategy.
After that, try this Division Compare game with your partner.
See this page for the symbols we use in Math to compare. There are explanations of Math words too.
We played Multiplication Compare in the class and you can play it again online here.
Check out this online exercise and a short video about factors.
Also, see this exercise to help you understand multiples better.
You can also play FACTOR BINGO with your friend here.