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Lessons (197)

Lessons (197)

3rd Grade Math

(17 Units, 117 Lessons)

3rd Grade Science

(16 Units, 80 Lessons)

Unit 4 - Introduction to Basic Division(6 Lessons)

Exploring the Idea of Division

3rd Grade Math

» Unit:

Introduction to Basic Division

Big Idea:The cognitive dissonance experienced when encountering novel, out of level division problems will lead to more deeply internalized understanding of the basic concepts of division to be mastered at the 3rd grade level.

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12 Resources

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Drawing Equal Group Models

3rd Grade Math

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Introduction to Basic Division

Big Idea:The equal groups model used in multiplication can be used to solve division problems as well!

16 Resources

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16 Resources

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Thinking About Threes

3rd Grade Math

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Introduction to Basic Division

Big Idea:Within every pattern in math there hides another amazing pattern!

17 Resources

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17 Resources

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Quotients - Just the Basics

3rd Grade Math

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Introduction to Basic Division

Big Idea:Just like multiplication, addition, and subtraction, division problems involve patterns and there are methodical ways in which manipulatives can be used to solve division problems with small dividends and divisors of 1 through 10.

18 Resources

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18 Resources

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Designs with Nines: Patterns in Multiplication and Division (Day 1)

3rd Grade Math

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Introduction to Basic Division

Big Idea:Making designs and examining visual patterns can help students learn their basic facts!

18 Resources

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18 Resources

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Designs with Nines: Patterns in Multiplication and Division (Day 2)

3rd Grade Math

» Unit:

Introduction to Basic Division

Big Idea:Repetition helps students build fluency with multiplication and division. The activities that contain the opportunities to practice their facts can be meaningful, creative, and open-ended.

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9 Resources

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