FREE Multiples "Cheat Sheet" for Division

Free multiples cheat sheet to help with long division
Probably one of the hardest skills of the standard algorithm for long division is deciding which number to use for "how many times ____ goes into ____." One way to help students experience immediate success with long division is to help them come up with the multiples of the divisor.
  Free multiples cheat sheet to help with long division 
So in the example above (4297 ÷ 61), we start out by noticing that 61 won't divide 4 or 42 (when using whole numbers, obviously). We do know that it is enough to make groups of 61, but many of my students don't have a clue about what to do next. We talk about compatible numbers and estimating and all those strategies, but there are students who still don't quite understand how to come up with that number.

So another strategy that we use is to figure out multiples of 61 until we go over 429. They have these "cheat sheets" in page protectors so they can use them with dry erase markers. For students who really struggle, we write the multiples together so that we are all working with the same numbers and there are no addition mistakes.

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Free multiples cheat sheet to help with long division
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FREE Order of Operations Resource

Free order of operations flapbook
This is just a quick flapbook to help students understand the order of operations. I made it for their binders, but you could easily just use the top two layers in your interactive notebooks.
Free order of operations flapbook
They color code the top flaps.
Free order of operations flapbook
Then they add the visual clues in the same colors they used on the top flaps.
Free order of operations flapbook
Finally, work through the problem by highlighting the operations in the order they are done.

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FREE Math Resource Sheets

Free math resource sheets for multiplication chart, numbers as words, place value, number forms, and equivalent fractions.
I find that when my anxiety gets really bad while watching sports on TV (I'm looking at you, Chicago Cubs...), it's a good time to refocus my nervous energy into something more productive.

I decided to make the math resource sheet for my students' binders that I've been wanting to do for a while now. I needed a multiplication chart that went up to 12 since my handheld ones have been slowly disappearing. I normally write the spelling of numbers on the whiteboard for reference, so I went ahead and added those here, too.
Free math resource sheets for multiplication chart, numbers as words, place value, number forms, and equivalent fractions.
On the back, I did place value names and those pesky 10x/÷10 relationships. Number forms are something else that students never seem to keep straight. Finally, I included fraction bars to show equivalent fractions. (Note: This picture was taken before my students pointed out that the fractions near the bottom weren't equal-sized and I redid the whole chart LOL)
Free math resource sheets for multiplication chart, numbers as words, place value, number forms, and equivalent fractions.
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Free math resource sheets for multiplication chart, numbers as words, place value, number forms, and equivalent fractions.



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