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Miss Brianna Nish

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A Remainder of One- Division & Sharing

Today you will be practising writing division sums with remainders. 1. Click the 2. Look at the instructions, watch the story and check the example. 3. On each of the slides , type a sum to match the picture from the story. 4. On the last slide- see if you can make any connections between the pictures from the story and something else you have learnt. Use the to type your answer or the to record your voice. 5. When you have finished, click the to submit your work.

1st Grade, 3rd Grade, 2nd Grade, Math
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Lesson Intention- for students to write a division sum with a remainder. *Challenge Section at the end of the lesson*- I ask students to make a connection to arrays and multiplication. My intention is to provide a link to the relationship between division/multiplication and why knowing your times tables can help you with division. If I was to teach this lesson in person- I would bring the images up on the IWB and circle them, writing both multiplication and division sums for the arrays. If this is too hard, or students are not ready, simply delete these slides before assigning. This lesson works well along side 'Bean Thirteen' by Matthew McElligott as that is another text that shows division with remainders. I also have an activity for Bean Thirteen in the Seesaw Library. *Credits* Book - A Remainder of One by Elinor J Princes/ Illustrated by Bonnie Mackain Youtube Video- Mathstar Vakkas