Videos to help Grade 3 students learn how to interpret the quotient as the number of groups or the number of objects in each group using units of 2.

Common Core Standards:3.OA.2, 3.OA.4, 3.OA.6, 3.OA.7, 3.OA.3, 3.OA.8

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New York State Common Core Math Module 1, Grade 3, Lesson 12

Lesson 12 Concept Development

Problem 1: Model division where the unknown represents the
number of objects in each group.

2 students equally share 8 crackers. How many
crackers does each student get? Draw to model and
solve the problem.

Problem 2: Model division where the unknown represents the
number of groups.

1. 10 people wait in line for the roller coaster. 2 people sit in each car. Find the total number of cars needed.

10 ÷ 2 = ______

There are ___ cars needed.

2. Mr. Ramirez divides 12 frogs equally into 6 groups for students to study. How many frogs are in each group?

Label known and unknown information on the tape diagram to help you solve.

There are ____ frogs in each group.

3. Match.

10 ÷ 2

16 ÷ 2

18 ÷ 2

14 ÷ 2

4. Betsy pours 16 cups of water to equally fill 2 bottles. How many cups of water are in each bottle? Label the tape diagram to represent the problem, including the unknown.

5. An earthworm tunnels 2 cm into the ground each day. The earthworm tunnels at about the same pace every day. How many days will it take the earthworm to tunnel 14 cm?

6. Sebastian and Teshawn go to the movies. The tickets cost $16 in total. The boys share the cost equally.

How much does Teshawn pay?

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