## Super Easy Way to Teach Long Division

Elementary Mathematics Specialist, Karyn Hodgens, shows how to teach long division in a way that uses estimation skills and number sense. In addition, it helps solidify the relationship between multiplication and division. If we can provide our students with a variety of strategies to solve math problems, then math becomes accessible to more students.

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Elementary Mathematics Specialist, Karyn Hodgens, shows how to teach long division in a way that uses estimation skills and number sense. In addition, it helps solidify the relationship between multiplication and division. If we can provide our students with a variety of strategies to solve math problems, then math becomes accessible to more students.
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