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Kinesthetic Math Lessons for Age 9 and Older by Susan Kramer

Contents

1. ABA Sequencing Waltz Combination
2.
ABA Sequencing Schottische Combination
3. ABCD Sequencing
4. Add Odd and Even Numbers Lessons
5. Division Lesson

6. Division with Remainder Lesson
7. Dividing 15 into Sets of 5
8. Geometric Shapes in Advanced Kinesthetic Lesson
9.
Multiplication Lessons


5. Division Lesson


This lesson is to learn how a number can be broken down into even sets.

Skill level: Age 9+

1st Example Math Problem

18 3 = 6

To begin, 18 students form a single group.

The students then divide themselves into 3 groups and find that there are 6 students in each group, which is the answer to the division problem.

2nd Example

15 5 = 3

To begin, 15 students form a single group.

The students then divide themselves into 5 groups and find that there are 3 students in each group, which is the answer to the division problem.

This method can be used with many other division problems where you have enough students to participate.

Article by Susan Kramer



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