Although our recently implemented Iowa Core includes a great deal of division in 3rd grade, we're all still adjusting to the changes in teaching sequences and my kiddos are brand new to division this year. No fear, we're great with our multiplication facts so this should go smoothly - right? Perhaps I'll keep dreaming.
We did get started with division last week though and they seem to be catching on quickly, I even began some long division with one of my small groups during guided math and although they were giving me blank stares at first, were able to complete at least one problem on their own! Baby steps!
Here is the booklet I created to use as a guide for my lessons last week. We worked on a skill idea each day and then either filled it into our booklet or I save the space for the next day to use as a review before the lesson. Although I'm becoming hooked on the idea of math notebooks for all of our vocabulary and examples, they are not something I've started this year (next year!) so I love having something like this booklet for each subject we study. This way they can keep it in their math folder and pull it out when they need reminders.
Perhaps it will be useful to someone else as well!