Division of Whole Numbers Resource Pack {Digital}
This digital resource pack contains everything you need to teach Division of Whole Numbers: detailed notes, student practice pages, exit tickets, and a quiz.
You will successfully help your students learn how to use mental math, the standard algorithm, and partial quotients to divide by 1digit and 2digit divisors.
What You Get:
9 MiniLessons
Division with Mental Math
 detailed notes with sample problems (Google Slides)
 tutorial video
 3 practice activities (Google Slides)
 3 exit tickets (Google Forms)
Division: 1Digit Divisors {Standard Algorithm}

3 minilessons

standard algorithm
 notes with sample problems (Google Slides)
 tutorial video
 practice activity (Google Slides)

zeros in the quotient
 notes with sample problems (Google Slides)
 tutorial video
 practice activity (Google Slides)

remainders
 notes with sample problems (Google Slides)
 tutorial video
 practice activity (Google Slides)

standard algorithm
 2 mixed reviews of the 3 types of problems above (Google Slides)
 6 exit tickets
Division: 1Digit Divisors {Partial Quotients}
 detailed notes with sample problems (Google Slides)
 tutorial video
 2 practice activities (Google Slides)
 4 exit tickets (Google Forms)
Division: 2Digit Divisors {Standard Algorithm}

3 minilessons

standard algorithm
 notes with sample problems (Google Slides)
 tutorial video
 practice activity (Google Slides)

zeros in the quotient
 notes with sample problems (Google Slides)
 tutorial video
 practice activity (Google Slides)

remainders
 notes with sample problems (Google Slides)
 tutorial video
 practice activity (Google Slides)

standard algorithm
 2 mixed reviews of the 3 types of problems above (Google Slides)
 6 exit tickets (Google Forms)
Division: 2Digit Divisors {Partial Quotients}
 detailed notes with sample problems (Google Slides)
 tutorial video
 2 practice activities (Google Slides)
 4 exit tickets (Google Forms)
Quiz (Google Forms)
Standards
5.NBT.6
Teaching Suggestions:
1. Assign the notes slides and practice problems. This makes a great reference tool. Introduce the skill by going over the example problem and then guide the students through the sample problems, allowing students to demonstrate the problem on their own devices.
2. Allow students to work independently on one of the practice activities and check on their progress.
3. Check for understanding/mastery either at the beginning or end of class with an exit ticket.
4. If time allows, use a second day to reinforce the skill with the second practice activity and exit ticket before moving on to the next skill.
5. When all of the minilessons have been taught, assess for mastery using the quiz.