Grade 3, Grade 4, Grade 5

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Math & Movement

Activity Instructions

To divide, have the student stand on any multiple of three then jump on the multiples back to 0. How many jumps it takes is the answer. For example, if the problem is 30 ÷ 3, they will begin on the 30 facing START HERE. They will then jump on all of multiples of 3, counting each jump, one (on 27), two (on 24), three (on 21) and so on. When they reach zero on their tenth jump, they will say, “30 divided by 3 equals 10!”

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