This resource contains long division practice problems and it’s designed as a scavenger hunt game allowing students to work cooperatively and to get out of their seats. Includes 1 and 2 digit divisors for easy differentiation. 2 games included.
➟Tape long division sheets (12 of them) to the walls around your room or hang from the ceiling (spread out). Make sure you don’t tape them in the order that they print. In fact, the more out of order, the better.
➟Break up class into 12 groups.
➟Hand each student a copy of the recording sheet.
➟Place each pair or group of students at any of the 12 stations.
Each stations sheet has a code, which students will enter on their recording sheet as they answer each question. This is to keep track of the problems they have solved.
➟Students work with partners to solve the problem on the paper and record it on their sheet. Then, they look for the answer they just recorded until they find it. Once they find it, they solve the problem on that sheet and so on until all stations have been visited.
➟If they cannot locate their answer, that means they made a mistake.
➟Students will end up where they started from