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Simple Division

By: McKenzee Hill, Vannia Bibolotti and Zowie Darwin

Content: Simple Division

Topic: Math

Intelligences: Kinesthetic and Intrapersonal because students have to move the pieces and it is done independently

Activity: Use counting circles to solve division problems

Materials: Counting circles

Content: Simple Division Topic: Math Intelligences: Kinesthetic and Intrapersonal because students have to move the pieces

Directions: Students will use their counting circles to solve the problem on the board. When completed

they can raise their hand and I will go around and

check. When everyone is done and understands how to solve the problem, we will move on to the next one.

Content: Simple Division

Topic: Math

Intelligence: Musical and Interpersonal because students can

make the notes into a song and sing the song together to

learn and have fun too.

Activity: Write a song in a group and you have to use the

terms you learned in the song along with the definition of

the word.

Materials: Pen/Pencil, paper, and math terms paper.

Directions: You have to use the math terms you learned and use them and their definitions to write a song as a group. Each of you have to write a verse to the song on your own. Then put them together and turn in your song.

Content: Simple Division Topic: Math Intelligence: Musical and Interpersonal because students can make the notes into
Content: Simple Division Topic: Math Intelligence: Musical and Interpersonal because students can make the notes into

Content: Simple Division

Topic: Math

Intelligences: Naturalistic

Activities: Draw a picture of your favorite animal doing division in an everyday scenario

Material : Paper, pencil and crayons

Direction: Students use what they know about division to

draw a picture of their favorite animal using it in an

everyday situation.

Content: Simple Division Topic: Math Intelligences: Naturalistic Activities: Draw a picture of your favorite animal doing

Content: Simple Division

Topic: Math

Intelligence: Logical because students apply the rules of division to answer the questions

Activity: Playing a division game

Materials: Paper and pencils or whiteboards and expo markers

Directions: The students will be split into two groups before

coming up with a group name. Then students one by one will

compete with someone from the opposing team. The challenge will be to answer the division question, that will be given by the

Content: Simple Division Topic: Math Intelligence: Logical because students apply the rules of division to answer

teacher, first. Teams will only get a point for being correct, first

and showing all you work.

Content: Simple Division

Topic: Math

Intelligence: Visual because they can draw pictures of the shapes and can do puzzles.

Activity: You have to draw a picture of the shapes and then use the numbers to solve it.

Materials: Paper and pencils

Directions: You have to draw any shape that has

three or more sides. Then you have to determine

how long the sides of the shape are. Then you have to use the numbers and solve the equation using

those numbers.

Content: Simple Division Topic: Math Intelligence: Visual because they can draw pictures of the shapes and