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Multiply v. Divide

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This is a multiplication and division powerpoint for third graders. The focus is using visual cues and less text to make a more effective powerpoint. This is the first attempt...at little rough, but funny!

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Multiply v. Divide

  1. 1. Multiply?
  2. 2. Molly has four shelves, there are six books on shelf. How many book does she have in all?
  3. 3. Ellie has 24 books and six shelves. Ifshe puts an equal amount of books oneach shelf, how many books will shehave on shelf?
  4. 4. Heather, Sarah, Nicky, and Jill eachhave nine markers. How many markersdo they have in all? Look for where “EACH” is in the problem!!
  5. 5. Heather, Sarah, Nicky, and Jill eachhave nine markers. How manymarkers do they have in all? Each is in the , so we multiply! I WIN!
  6. 6. Wendy has 12 doughnuts. She wants togive each of her teachers an equalamount. If she has 6 teachers, how manydoughnuts will each teacher get?  Look for where “EACH” is in the problem!!
  7. 7.  Wendy has 12 doughnuts. She wants to give each of her teachers an equal amount. If she has 6 teachers, how many doughnuts will each teacher get? If you said divide, you ROCK..get it?
  8. 8. Now, if there are 8 pieces ofpizza and four friends…. Here we go again….

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