We have been using lots of bookmarks at our house lately. We have enjoyed the math version that have been out: skip counting and multiplication. We have been having fun with them. These are a great way to continue to work on math facts.
They are great to use and fit great in small hands while they work on their division.
There are 4 bookmarks per page. They are in black and white so you can print them on color cardstock for kids. My girls love having things on different colored paper. Another option is you can just print them on white paper and let kids can color them.
As you can see I printed the bookmarks on green cardstock, laminated them, and put them on a 1 inch ring. This allows my girls to flip through them as they need to. Plus it makes them easy to store and keeps them from being lost. We tend to work on one number at a time and my oldest keeps what she is working on in the book she is reading.
What you will find in there printables:
- Numbers 1 to 12
- 4 bookmarks per page
- 3 pages total
- Black & White
Division Bookmarks Selling Set
After tons of requests for easier to cut bookmarks I have added some to my store. I have a teacher print version and one that is easier to cut out. I had tons of requests for something easier. Plus the selling version also has 1 to 15 option.
What you will find in these printables:
- There are three versions of the bookmarks
- Single print rectangle
- Teacher Print Rectangle
- Single Print Rectangle with round corners
- 1 to 12 or 1 to 15 Options
- Cost $2
Check out these other division printables:
- Free Spinning Division Printable
- Free Math Fact Houses for Multiplication & Division
- Free Division Flash Cards
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