Long Division with QR Codes & Work Shown (Sample Version)
Each task card comes with a QR code that students can scan on iPads, phones or computers. The QR code immediately pulls up the answer and the work that accompanies that answer. Students can check their work and if they made a mistake, they can use the work to figure out where they went wrong.

This free version contains 8 task cards designed for Years 4 and 5. 4 cards have problems that contain 1 digit divisors and no remainders with the other 4 cards have remainders that will need to be interpreted.

The work is shown using the long division standard algorithm. If you like these task cards, please check out my store. I currently have the following cards all with QR codes and work shown for each problem ...
- 1 digit divisor cards (also in a bundle)
-2 digit divisor cards (also in a bundle)
-decimal division (also in a bundle)
-order of operations cards
-numerical expressions task cards

In my class, I print these off and use them in small group. While I'm working with a group of students on a particular skills, I have a couple other small groups working on task cards in which they are writing out the answers and using an iPad to scan the QR code. My colleague across the hall uses her Chromebooks to scan the codes. These cards allow the groups to be self sufficient in making sure that they are practicing correctly.

Thank you so much for downloading. I hope your students enjoy it.


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Created: Nov 20, 2016

Updated: Feb 22, 2018


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