This resource includes 4 PowerPoint slide shows to teach several topics including traditional , division with the , division with and come alive visually in the included PowerPoints. Student recording sheets are also included!
The repetition of the in the PowerPoint slides will be etched in your students’ brains and when they solve problems on a flat sheet of paper. These PowerPoint slide shows will also be perfect to use again during end-of-the-year review or test prep.
TEKS: 4.4E, 4.4F
What is included?
- : 23 slides that take your students through 13 problems + 4 student recording sheets
- : 20 slides that take your students through dot arrays, base-10 block arrays, related fact equations, and how to check division with multiplication (including the area model of multiplication). + 1 student recording sheet
- : 21 slides that take your students through 3 ways to use the distributive property on each of 4 problems + 4 student recording sheets
- : 20 slides that take your students through 13 problems. + 1 student recording sheet
- Keys for all student recording sheets
Here are some great ways to use this resource:
- : Use each of the 4 PowerPoints as whole-class lessons.
- : Use the PowerPoints on your laptop to teach in a small group setting.
- : Bring the PowerPoints up on computers at your technology station. Students can click through the PowerPoint on their own to review these concepts and record their work on the student pages. This is a great way to review after using the PowerPoints in a small group or whole class lesson.
I created this resource to work alongside the 4th Grade Multiplication and Division Notebook. Please note that the 3 student recording sheets included with this PowerPoint are also included in that notebook. These PowerPoints bring those pages to life!
These are PowerPoint files, so . Most slides have many layers with 50-100 transitions/animations, so they will not convert in a usable form to Google Slides. This resource is only created to be used in PowerPoint.
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