## Reflection: Checks for Understanding Understanding Division Through Bubble Wrap - Section 3: Wrapping it up.

This Educreations clip talks about three different samples of the thinking grid. The thinking grid is an excellent way to assess their understanding and gives them a chance to write about their process, helping them to easily see the equation connection to divisibility and factor relationships.

Reflection on their thinking...
Checks for Understanding: Reflection on their thinking...

# Understanding Division Through Bubble Wrap

Unit 9: Division Unit
Lesson 11 of 21

## Big Idea: Students use bubble wrap as a tool to explore and find factor pairs and to better understand the relationship between multiplication and division.

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Math, inverse relationship, division, multiplication, Hands on Activity, number and
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### Mary Ellen Kanthack

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