Just published and oh so adorable! This resource contains three color by numbers, a little boy, a little girl and a cat. Every resource in my Third Grade Math Unit Seven has a "Friend" theme, with the friends looking for animals, zoo animals, jungle animals, pets, I've mixed it up for all sorts of cute, consistent variety. This resource also contains three additional pages with just math problems for you to use for morning work, homework, bell work, seatwork, quizzes, pretests or post-tests. The first one has math problems for dividing by one in order, the second page has math problems for dividing by one in mixed order and the third page has missing number problems for dividing by one.
I liked to organize my students' work with pocket notebooks, very inexpensive and easy to store in a basket on the center of their tables or in their desks. You know how you get a phone call or someone comes to your door and you lose complete control of the class?
NO? Me neither, because I would keep some high interest sheets in their folder and when "put your heads down for a few minutes" would just NOT be appropriate, tell them to get their folders out and they can work on their color by code pages. You look good, you can talk to the adult at the door, or the principal on the phone, the class is well behaved and they are STILL actively engaged in learning. Win-Win!
Below are the covers and links to my Third Grade Math Unit Seven Division Resources. Are you teaching Introduction to Division? I can help, I will continue to update the links when the resources are published to TpT. Book mark this page if you are looking for some help with division, I have task cards, color by numbers, test sheets and center games for all your facts one to twelve. Perfect for second to fifth grade students. I hope my little tip with the pocket folders helps and if you have an idea you would like to share with my followers, please leave a comment!