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            Practice and learn dividing money skills.
             

            MONEY DIVISION WITH WHOLE NUMBERS LESSON PLAN

             

            This is an introductory lesson plan for teaching and learning whole number division (without decimals) using money.  Includes printable division worksheet (see part 2).

             

            Objectives/Goals:

            1.   Students will be able to define quotient, divisor and dividend.

             

            2. Students will be able to divide single digit numbers, with or without remainders, and demonstrate their knowledge with both a group activity and a practice worksheet.

             

            Suggested Grades:  3rd Grade, 4th Grade

             

             

             

            DIVISION OF MONEY LESSON

             

            Operations

             

            Teachers - tell the students:    You’ve already learned 3 mathematical operations with money.  These are addition, subtraction and multiplication.  The fourth operation we’re going to learn is money division.  You know that subtraction is the inverse of addition.

             

             (Show an example on the board now.  Ex.  7+3 = 10; therefore, the inverse is 10 ?3 = 7).  The inverse operation of multiplication is division.  Let’s see how it works.

             

             

            Examples of Money Division

             

            Teacher: Here is an example of when to use division:

             

             Liz has 15 coins.  She wants to divide them into groups of 5 (each group will have 5 coins).  How many groups will she have?

             

            15 (? 5 = ?

                                               

             

            This is a division problem, because we need to divide 15 coins into groups of 5.  To solve it, ask yourself “How many groups of 5 are there in 15??nbsp; To figure this out, think of the inverse, or multiplication problem.  Ask yourself, “What times 5 equals 15??nbsp; The answer is 3, since 3 x 5 = 15. 

             

            Here is the problem:

             

            15?5 = 3. 

             

            Another way to write this is:

                  3 

            5) 15

             

             

             

            Division of Money Vocabulary

             

            Quotient: the answer to a division problem

            Dividend: the number you are dividing

            Divisor: the number you are dividing by

             

             

             In the following example, the dividend is 15, the divisor is 5, and the quotient is 3.

             

            15(dividend) ?5(divisor)   =   3(quotient)

                                    

             

             

            Teachers: try a few problems with the students to check understanding.

             

            (12 ?4 = 3)     (49 ?7 = 7)     (63 ?9 = 7)     (30 ?5 = 6)     (16 ? = 2)      (30 ?3 = 10)

             

             

             

            RULES FOR 0 AND 1

             

            Rules for 0

            1. 0 divided by any number (except 0) equals 0.       

            0 ?9 = 0                                  0 ?3 = 0

             

            2.  You cannot divide by 0.

             9 ?0 is an impossible problem

             

             

            Rules for 1

            1. Any number, except 0, divided by itself equal 1.

            9 ?9 = 1                                  3 ?3 = 1

             

             

            2. Any number divided by one equals itself.

            4 ?1 = 4                                  6 ?1 = 6

             

             

             

             

            Next: Division of Money with remainders.  Printable worksheet.

            Continue on to PART 2: Money division and remainders

             

             

            Back to more money math lesson plans and worksheets

             

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