Reflection: Adjustments to Practice The game of Left-Overs - Section 3: Concept Development


As you can see in my reflection video, I have my work cut out for me in getting my students moving along their progression of division. I have many students that do not know their division facts, so that will definitely impact the speed of this unit and future lessons.


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The game of Left-Overs

Unit 4: Understanding Division and Remainders
Lesson 3 of 7

Objective: SWBAT divide quantities into equal groups and make sense of remainders.

Big Idea: In this lesson, students write division equations and work with identifying remainders in an engaging partner game.

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Math, Numbers and Operations, Operations , division, partner work, remainders, partner game
  65 minutes
students playing lefto over
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