1. Read the book entitled, "The Doorbell Rings, with your class. Call on students to read some passages and check frequently with your students for understanding. The story is
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It is actually spelled "divisible", and divisible means mathematically that a number can be divided by another number evenly. For example, 14 divided by 2. That can be divided
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1. Draw a bracket for division on the board. Remind students that division is the opposite or inverse of multiplication. Label each part of a division problem in the appropriate place
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