We write division sentences from simple situations of equal sharing or where objects are divided into equal-size groups (for example, sharing 8 apples by 2 mammoths, or making groups of 8 from 16 objects.) This is the basic concept of division, as children learn it in 3rd grade math.
Lastly we solve a challenging "puzzle corner" puzzle!
Check out also the downloadable 3rd grade worktext Math Mammoth Division 1 at http://www.mathmammoth.com/division_1.php
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