Needing Some Simple Seatwork and Assessments for Division Word Problems?

 Word Problems For Dividing By One From Fern Smith's Classroom Ideas Available at TeacherspayTeachers.

When it comes to test prep and word problems, our students need repetition to become successful. They need to read, read, read and read some more to gain confidence. As much as I HATE the over-testing of our students, word problems, TOO MANY word problems are a reality of their testing world. The more confident they are, they WILL read the word problem and try their best. I have started a new line of word problems for division and multiplication for third and fourth grade teachers. 
 Word Problems For Dividing By One From Fern Smith's Classroom Ideas Available at TeacherspayTeachers.
These new word problem resources for 3rd grade math include:
* Pretest Assessment {Pre-Test}
* Three Divide By One Worksheets {Four Problems Per Day}
* 12 Divide By One Word Problem Task Cards in Color
* 12 Divide By One Word Problem Task Cards in Black and White
* Posttest Assessment {Post-Test}
* All Answer Keys Are Included!

 Word Problems For Dividing By One From Fern Smith's Classroom Ideas Available at TeacherspayTeachers.

Suggested Weekly Lesson Plans
MONDAY: Give the students the pre-test to assess their previous knowledge. Student self grade or teacher grade and return. Give each student a set of the black and white task cards and a baggie. They can complete the 12 task cards and place them into the baggie to take home. Another suggestion is that they cut the 12 cards out in class and complete them at home.
TUESDAY: Give SHEET #1 as bell work, class work, small group work, center work, etc. Use the color version of the task cards at your math center, during math rotation, small group work or RTI one on one review for Tuesday through Thursday.
WEDNESDAY: Give SHEET #2 as bell work, class work, small group work, center work, etc. Students can even self correct these sheets by putting the answers up on your board digitally or a simple as the actual piece of paper by the pencil sharpener, water fountain, etc.
THURSDAY: Give SHEET #3 as bell work, class work, small group work, center work, etc.
FRIDAY: Give the students the post-test for your grade book. Students should show extreme success because they have been given the exact same problems all week.

 Word Problems For Dividing By One From Fern Smith's Classroom Ideas Available at TeacherspayTeachers.
The task cards come in color or black and white for you.
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.

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