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A Remainder of One: Practicing Box Method

Unit 9: Division Unit
Lesson 4 of 21

Objective: SWBAT divide two and/or three digit numbers by one digit using rectangular sections (or a "box method" ).

Big Idea: In this lesson students learn about the meaning of a remainder through a whimsical book, "A Remainder of One" and playing games with a choice of dice, dominoes or playing cards to create their division problems.

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Math, division, picture books, Rectangular sections, Games, number and
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