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Lesson 2 - Sharing and Grouping
To encourage students to have fun on the Web while learning about Sharing and Grouping, here are some games and interactive activities they can do on their own or in pairs.
Use the two meanings for division to solve problems.
Student Book pages 150-151
Instructions for Use
Using Counters prompts students to think about the two meanings of division.
Have students read and follow the step-by-step questions. Click on the "Let's Practice!" link at the bottom of the Web page to practice sharing and grouping through division.
Help Jellyfish Frank Divide up the Loot is an interactive game that students can play to practice division skills.
To use Help Jellyfish Frank Divide up the Loot, click on the level of difficulty and then the 'Start' button. Determine the mass of gold each pirate shares before the time runs out. To begin again, click the 'Restart' button.