# Decimal division

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Good Sunday Morning!!! I want to start off by thanking all of you who entered my Blog Birthday Giveaway Celebration! The comments you left on my post truly brightened my day. I am so glad that you are finding ideas you can use in your classrooms. That is the whole reason I started this blogging journey. I used rafflecopter to choose my two winners and have already emailed them this morning. You can see the winners here on the rafflecopter widget. So ... on to another idea to share. We're…

Decimal Place Value Anchor Chart - I used this idea and edited it slightly by having the students use grid paper to create squares 10cm by 10cm. We subdivided them to drive home that the more you "cut" a shape the smaller the pieces are, something that is more abstract for students to grasp.

Great as a station/center. Students practice fractions while having fun drawing a picture.

Love this blown up piece of a ruler. Great for teaching measurement and fractions. Link A chart to use for teaching operations with fractions. Good to put in notebooks. Link A science foldable for water cycle. Link Making this chart when teaching decimal place value. Link I wished I made these when I was teaching third grade. Each pipe cleaner set has beads for a fact. If a child is trying to figure out 4x6, they take 4 pipe cleaners with the six beads and count the beads. Link

Talking about digits moving one column to the left when you multiply by 10 is certainly conceptually better than talking about moving the decimal point, but some pupils seem to find this difficult …

Just a quick post to share my dividing decimals anchor charts. I searched and searched for one already out there (I didn't want to recreate the wheel last night!), but I couldn't find ANYTHING! Here is what I came up with, after many different drafts and ideas. We used both of them today, and the ... Read more

Anchor chart inspiration for elementary teachers. Use my Not-So-Pinteresty Anchor Charts for Reading, Math, Grammar, and Writing.

Just a quick post to share my dividing decimals anchor charts. I searched and searched for one already out there (I didn't want to recreate the wheel last night!), but I couldn't find ANYTHING! Here is what I came up with, after many different drafts and ideas. We used both of them today, and the ... Read more

A FREE Math Center Game for Dividing Decimals. All you need is dice.

Well a MUCH better week this week and a long weekend! Whoohoooo! Here are some of my math interactive notes, I love how math is coming tog...

FREE printable where students practice representing division through grouping models, arrays, number lines, and repeated subtraction!

2 days of not blog posting feels like an eternity. Maybe we’re just in the honeymoon phase, but I love posting everyday! It’s been super busy around here though. On Sunday, I went with …

This common core aligned decimal review resource contains everything you need for 30 days of consistent and repetitive decimal review. NOTE: This resource now has a Google Classroom™ version, making it ideal for digital distance learning and remote teaching! Please see the 3rd page of the PDF for de...

If you are searching for a fun way to teach converting fractions, decimals, and percents, this flippable is a must for your classroom!