Division Inverse Relationship Teacher Resources
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Check out these worksheets on inverse relationships! Students will complete missing pieces to addition, subtraction, multiplication, or division problems, and each worksheet comes with an answer sheet.
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Help young mathematicians build a solid understanding of division with this base ten block activity. With the help of these popular math manipulatives, children model different math problems in order to reinforce the connection between...
Help the class determine missing factors in equations by creating arrays. Through modeling and practice, they come to see the inverse relationship between multiplication and division. As an assessment, individuals build their own array...
Don't lose your marbles! This simple story problem helps make teaching division with fractions much easier. Work on this problem along with the lesson titled, How Many Servings of Oatmeal? to highlight the difference between the two...
In the multiplication and division worksheet, students write 2 related multiplication equations for 18 different division equations in order to learn about the inverse relationship between division and multiplication.
Introducing inverse functions! The 20th installment of a 35-part lesson encourages scholars to learn the definition of inverse functions and how to find them. The lesson considers all types of functions, not just exponential and...
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Because this division word problem has the answer explained on the same page, use it as an all-class warm up. Covering up the bottom half, have scholars determine the missing factor in a multiplication sentence. They use an image to...
Fifth graders explore the inverse proportional relationship and direct proportional relationship. They complete division chart showing the inverse relationship and direct relationship. Students are shown that division problems can be...
In this inverse relationship worksheet, students use information given to fill in blank boxes, showing the inverse relationship between division and multiplication problems.
In this inverse relationship worksheet, students use given information to fill in missing numbers in boxes to show the inverse relationship between a division and multiplication problem.
In this inverse relationship learning exercise, students use given information to fill in missing numbers in boxes to show the inverse relationship between a division and multiplication problem.
In this inverse relationships worksheet, students use information given to fill in blank boxes to show the inverse relationship between division and multiplication problems.
Fourth graders examine and demonstrate the steps of long division. They discuss why we use long division, and observe the teacher draw an illustration of a division problem. Students then solve a variety of long division problems,...
Third graders use pennies as manipulatives to solve simple division problems. They create division number sentences to correspond with each exercise. This is a good, hands-on way to teach the concept of division.
Students determine the density of different substances. In this physical science instructional activity, students rank them according to their density. They discover the relationship between volume and density.
Second graders explore related multiplication and division facts. They study the inverse relationship of multiplication and division and engage in a group discussion about families. They complete a web-based lesson which is imbedded in...
Students fold paper to form a house, then use three numbers to make fact families for their houses. They write a family of multiplication and division facts on a piece of paper cut in the shape of a house.
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Discover an inverse variation pattern. A simple lesson plan design allows learners to explore a nonlinear pattern. Scholars analyze a distance, speed, and time relationship through tables and graphs. Eventually, they write an equation to...
Under pressure to get the class started on the Gas Laws? Look no further! Chemistry scholars learn the basics of the gas laws in a short, animated video. The narrator explains and names each law while working sample problems.
Students are introduced to the problem by playing a guessing game of "I am a number, which is half of 6 and 6, what am I?" They explain their answers and see if anyone else had an alternate solution checking for reasonableness.