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Practice taking a tape diagram that represents a real life situation and writing a division equation from it. This activity requires the students to identify the parts of the tape diagram first before writing the division equation

A. Distribute objects equally to create a tape diagram (How many in each group?)

C. Distribute objects equally to create a tape diagram (How many groups?)

D. Represent a tape diagram as a division equation (How many groups?)

E. Complete equations to relate multiplication to division (Part 1)

F. Complete equations to relate multiplication to division (Part 2)

G. Match a division fact to its related multiplication fact

H. Solve division equations by using the related multiplication fact

I. Solve division equations with a divisor of 2 (Level 1)

J. Solve division equations with a divisor of 3 (Level 1)

K. Solve division equations with a divisor of 2 or 3

L. Solve division equations with a divisor of 2 (Level 2)

M. Solve division equations with a divisor of 2 (Level 3)

N. Solve division equations with a divisor of 3 (Level 2)

O. Solve division equations with a divisor of 3 (Level 3)

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