4.NBT.B.6 Lesson Plans

CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.4.NBT.B.6

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"Find whole-number quotients and remainders with up to four-digit dividends and one-digit divisors, using strategies based on place value, the properties of operations, and/or the relationship between multiplication and division. Illustrate and explain the calculation by using equations, rectangular arrays, and/or area models."

These lesson plans can help students practice this Common Core State Standards skill.

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Multi-Digit Division
Multi-Digit Division
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Multi-Digit Division
Let's solve multi-digit division problems! Students will feel more confident with their division than ever with this lesson that helps them practice dividing multi-digit numbers.
4th grade
Math
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Dizzy Division
Dizzy Division
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Dizzy Division
Dizzily divide! This exciting spin on Duck, Duck, Goose will surely have students daringly “dizzy” as they solve division problems.
4th grade
Math
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Divisibility Rules
Divisibility Rules
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Divisibility Rules
Introduce your students to divisibility rules with a lesson that encourages deep thinking and meaningful math talk between peers.
4th grade
Math
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Introduction to Division with Remainders
Introduction to Division with Remainders
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Introduction to Division with Remainders
In this lesson, your students will use visual and hands-on strategies to divide whole numbers with remainders.
4th grade
Math
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Division and Multiplication Relationship
Division and Multiplication Relationship
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Division and Multiplication Relationship
Let's better understand multiplication and division concepts! Use this lesson to help students understand inverse operations between multiplication and division.
3rd grade
Math
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Using the Partial Quotients Strategy for Division with One-Digit Divisors
Using the Partial Quotients Strategy for Division with One-Digit Divisors
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Using the Partial Quotients Strategy for Division with One-Digit Divisors
It’s time to learn a new strategy! Teach your students to use the partial quotients strategy to solve long division problems with one-digit divisors and no remainder.
4th grade
Math
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Division Skits
Division Skits
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Division Skits
Get students moving with this interactive lesson! They will use real objects to act out skits while practicing their division skills. This lesson can used on its own or as support for the lesson Introduction to Division with Remainders.
4th grade
Math
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Multiplication and Division: What's the Connection?
Multiplication and Division: What's the Connection?
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Multiplication and Division: What's the Connection?
Numbers are connected in many ways! Take students on a journey to uncover multiplication and division fact families and inverse relationships. Teach this lesson on its own or prior to the lesson Division and Multiplication Relationship.
4th grade
Math
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Dividing with the Divvy Out Method
Dividing with the Divvy Out Method
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Dividing with the Divvy Out Method
Share the divvy out method for division and provide a foundation for learning the partial quotients method. This lesson can be used on its own or as support for Using the Partial Quotients Strategy for Division with One-Digit Divisors.
4th grade
Math
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The Factor Tree Strategy
The Factor Tree Strategy
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The Factor Tree Strategy
Let's talk factors and products! Teach your students the factor tree strategy for finding all factors of a product. This lesson can be taught on its own or used as support to the lesson Divisibility Rules.
4th grade
Math
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