How many different ways have you tried to get your students to learn their division facts? Are you looking for a way to make division fact fluency practice more fun for your students? If so, you're in luck! In this blog post, I'm sharing some fun and engaging ways to practice division facts with ... READ *the* POST

## 5 Roadblocks That Make Division Word Problems Harder

If you're like most teachers, you probably dread when it's time to assign division word problems. They always seem to be so hard! But don't worry – I'm here to help. In this blog post, I'll share five roadblocks that make division word problems hard and provide tips for overcoming them. So read on ... READ *the* POST

## How to Teach Division With Equal Groups

Differentiating instruction is a key part of teaching and is especially important when teaching division with equal groups. Division can be tricky for students to master, but with the right approach, you can help them understand and learn this important skill. In this post, we'll discuss ways to ... READ *the* POST

## One Way to Guarantee More Rigor with Division Activities

Giving students more rigor in their division math activities is easier than you probably think. First, though let's define "rigor." Rigor occurs when students develop a better conceptual understanding of a math concept. When they gain procedural skills and fluency and can apply this new ... READ *the* POST

## How to Get Your Students to Love Division

"There should be no such thing as boring mathematics." - Albert Einstein. If you have taught math to kids, you know this quote is accurate. If math activities are fun and engaging, your students are all in, and you can teach them just about any math concept. With that in mind, I found out how ... READ *the* POST

## How to Solve Word Problems – A Valentine’s Day Math Activity

Mention "word problems" to most adults and you can hear the groans. They don't have great memories from their school days about learning this essential, but difficult skill. But - your students don't have to have the same memories as their parents. If you teach them how to solve the word problem in ... READ *the* POST