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8 Jan

Students need lots of practice determining which kinds of stories are multiplication and which kind of story problems can be solved with division. My third graders struggle with knowing the difference between a multiplication story and a division story. This craftivity is perfect practice of writing multiplication and division stories using fact families.   I used this with my third grade class after test completion of Topic 8 in our Envisions Math Program.   You can learn more about this at TPT – click here! snowmandivisionfactfamily2 snowmandivisionfactfamily1 Students color the snowman’s scarf and then cut out the pieces and glue the pieces onto a blue piece of paper. Then they create a multiplication division fact family on page 18 based on their snowman’s scarf. They also write a multiplication and a division story for one of their equations. Makes a fun winter display after a division unit. Great for early finishers. You can learn more about this at TPT – click here!