Division: An Introduction
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Ready to try it?  I'll give hints!

Get some purple, blue, green and red crayons (or markers) and let's go!  Use the colors the same way I did.   I'm going to use triangles for this one!


Remember that you want to find out how many times 4 goes into 8...  That's how many chunks of 4 there are in 8!  I'll get you started:

8 triangles

Now, circle your chunks of 4... and count your chunks!


Now, let's see how many times 2 will go into 8.  I'm going to use circles.


Start with 8 circles:

8 circles

You want to see how many chunks of 2 are in 8.