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## 4th Grade: Numbers and Operations (Division)

4.NBT.6 Find whole-number quotients and remainders with up to
four-digit dividends and one-digit divisors, using strategies based
on place value, the properties of operations, and/or the
relationship between multiplication and division. Illustrate and
explain the calculation by using equations, rectangular arrays,
and/or area models.

cubes
Directions:
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## Students may work independently or with a partner.

Students should pick an index card from the pile to determine the dividend.
Roll the number cube to determine the divisor.
Students may use an equation, rectangular array, and/or area model to solve the
division problem created.
5. Optional: switch completed work with another group to check for accuracy.

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Write a story problem for 48 6.

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Show how you would solve the problem.

## 4. NBT.6 & 4.OA.3 Task 6

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Seven friends are having ice cream sundaes with chocolate chips on top. There are 30
chocolate chips. Each friend will get an equal number of chocolate chips. Draw a model
shows how the chocolate chips could be divided among the 7 friends.
Will there be any chocolate chips left over?
Solve and explain using numbers, pictures, and/or words.

chips leftover.

## 4.NBT.6 & 4.OA.3 Task 7

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Mrs. Smith is setting up her classroom for the new school year. She is going
to have 28 students in her fourth grade class. The tables in her class seat 4
students. Make a model to show the fewest number of tables that will she
will need to seat these 28 students.

## 4.NBT.6 & 4.OA.3 Task 8

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Spring had arrived and Daniela began planting her new garden. She bought 40 small
flowers and she planted the flowers in rows with 7 in each row. How many rows will she
need? Create a model that shows the number of rows needed.

## 4.NBT.6 & 4.OA.3 Task 9

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Solve the equation and write a word problem that goes with it.

86 5 = n
n = ___________

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Rectangular Array

Rectangular Array

3,738 6 =

42 7 =

606 5 =

Rectangular Array

Equation

Equation

Algorithm

strategy.2. Circle the best

3. Solve

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Six friends are sharing a game with 360 cards. Each friend gets
the same number of cards.
How many cards does each friend get?

A teacher adds 120 cards to the game. Each friend gets 20 more
cards. Use what you know about number relationships to show
why this is correct.

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98 32 =

98 32 =

Area Model

98 32 =

Algorithm

Rectangular Array

15 3 =

15 3 =

15 3 =

equation
strategy.
for this 2. Circle the best

3. Solve

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Write a division problem using a 4-digit dividend and a 1-digit
divisor that results in an even quotient. Show your work.

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Write a division problem using a 3-digit dividend and a 1-digit
divisor that results in a quotient with a remainder. Show your
work.

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What is the answer to this problem?

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