# What manipulatives do you use for division?

## What manipulatives do you use for division?

5 awesome division activities with manipulatives

1. Math Tiles. Math tiles manipulatives that we used for learning algebra can be used for this purpose as well.
3. Popsicle Puzzle.
4. Counters on Frame.
5. Wreck the Fort.

## What are the concrete manipulatives that you commonly access?

Concrete manipulatives used included Pattern Blocks, Fraction Circles, Cuisenaire Rods, Two-color Counters, and Color Tiles with a (paper) Chip Abacus.

What can you use as a manipulative in Division?

Popsicle Puzzle Paper popsicle can be used as manipulative for a fun division game. Follow these steps : First cut a paper in the shape of a popsicle. Split the paper popsicle in two parts. Write the division question on upper part and answer on the lower part. Shuffle them and ask students to clip the correct match.

What are some fun activities to do for Division?

First cut a paper in the shape of a popsicle. Split the paper popsicle in two parts. Write the division question on upper part and answer on the lower part. Shuffle them and ask students to clip the correct match. 4. Counters on Frame Activities like ten frame manipulatives can be modified a little bit for division practice.

### What can you do with ten frame manipulatives?

Activities like ten frame manipulatives can be modified a little bit for division practice. Inspired from the egg tray and bead activity, counters, as dividend, are arranged on the spots of the frame (divisor). Anything, such as coins, dices and cards, can be used as a counter for this activity.

### What is the objective of the division unit?

General Objective: Upon completion of this unit, students will be able to comprehend the meaning of division through the use of manipulatives, as well as understanding the relationship between the process of subtraction to division and the process of multiplication to division.