Division Facts Fluency and Practice Reward Incentive | Division Chart

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This editable resource includes a collection of division quizzes, tests, study logs, incentive charts, letters to parents, and so much more! This fun pizza party division reward incentive is the perfect way to help your students memorize their division facts.

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This editable resource includes a collection of division quizzes, tests, study logs, incentive charts, letters to parents, and so much more! This fun pizza party division reward incentive is the perfect way to help your students memorize their division facts.

Through repetitive practice, a schedule of quizzes, help from parents, and the promise of a pizza party – your students will successfully memorize their division facts!

A Fun Incentive for Memorizing Division Facts (1-12)

EDITABLE PAGES INCLUDED! Edit my wording to meet your needs!

This resource includes a PDF with everything you need to get started mastering division fact fluency in your classroom. Editable pages are included! Edit my wording to meet your needs. An editable PowerPoint with templates is included for you to easily edit and change the division quiz schedule, study log, letters home, etc. I’ve also included a suggested order for mastering division facts. Feel free to change this order to better fit the needs of your students.

Included in download:

  • 100 Fact Division Benchmark Quiz – It’s a good idea to give this quiz four times per year (typically every 9 weeks). The goal is for students to decrease their finish time while increasing their scores each time they take the quiz throughout the year.
  • 1-Minute Timed Quizzes (1-12) – Give students 1-minute to complete each quiz. This discourages counting on fingers, and students must have division facts mastered to pass. It’s easier if you copy all of these ahead of time. Students must make 100% to get a sticker on their incentive chart.
  • Division Mastery Letter to Parents (EDITABLE) – You can change any of the wording, add the date of your pizza party, and the ending date to master all facts. Change the order of division mastery if needed. Send this letter home towards the end. You may even want to send it twice.
  • Division Quiz Schedule for Students (EDITABLE) – You can change the dates before printing, and change the order of division mastery if you need to. You can also change any wording.
  • Division Study Log for Students (EDITABLE) – You can change any of the wording in this file. Students keep this study log in their binders if they choose to use it.
  • Build Your Own Pizza Poster for the Classroom (EDITABLE) – you can change the order of division facts mastery before printing. This is a great reminder poster for students.
  • Build Your Own Pizza – I’ve included pieces for students to build their own pizza as they pass each quiz. Copy on white construction paper or cardstock. Allow students to color and build their pizza!
  • 2 Different Sets of Mini Incentive Charts for Students – These look great on a bulletin board. When students pass a 1-minute quiz with 100% mastery, give them a small sticker to place on their incentive chart. (Laminate for durability)
  • Division Chart: Facts at a Glance Card for Students – Copy on colored cardstock and laminate for durability.
  • Congratulations Card for Students (EDITABLE) – Hopefully, (fingers crossed) everyone wins something here! Check off the items each student earned and invite them to the party.
  • Pizza Party Parent Request Sheets – In the past, I’ve asked parents to help with the needed items for the party. I have also purchased them on my own. I have added these small notes to go home in case you need them.

 

This pizza party incentive is a great way to get your students working towards memorizing their division facts! It’s super easy to use and everything is included – except for the pizza. 🙂 Just edit, print, and go! Step-by-step directions and printing tips are included!

 

Frequently asked question:

Q: Do you quiz all students on the same fact set each week? I love this resource and idea, but I am trying to think of the best way to manage this if you have students not pass the quiz for the week.

A: Students take the quizzes are their own pace. For example, some students will pass 1-5 fairly quickly and others will take longer. Use the incentive charts on a bulletin board to keep track. On the day of the quiz, give the student the quiz they are currently on and haven’t passed yet. There’s a suggested schedule in the download. It’s easy to keep up with individual student quizzes if you use incentive charts or a checklist.

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