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In this division worksheet, students divide two digit numbers with divisors 5 or 10 and write the remainders. Students complete 20 division problems.
In this math worksheet students will focus on division using the numbers 3, 4, and 6. Students will complete 30 problems with remainders.
In this math worksheet students will focus on division using the numbers7, 8, and 9. Students will complete 25 problems with remainders.
In this 2's, 5's, and 10's division facts worksheet, young scholars complete a total of 90 division problems with these facts. Worksheet is labeled as a "test" and facts are designed to be cut into strips.
In this math worksheet, students practice division of decimal numbers by one-digit whole number divisors. Students complete 45 examples written both horizontally and vertically. Problems are spaced close together which may make showing calculations difficult.
In this division facts worksheet, young scholars "test" their facts, 3 columns of 30 facts each. Facts tested are 7's, 8's and 9's.
Learners practice the concept of division by sorting M&M candies. In this basic division lesson, students discuss how division is undoing the multiplication problem. Learners then discover that division is about dividing numbers into groups. Students then use M&M candies to divide the total number of candies by groups of two.
Examine how addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division relate to and are separate from each other. As they listen to the book, The Doorbell Rang, they demonstrate the math described in the story by cutting up paper cookies and write a short story incorporating three division problems. Cookie pattern is included in a link.
How much would you pay to make long division practice more enjoyable? This app lets you practice long division by moving numbers, finding multiples, and subtracting with just the touch of a finger.
In these ten pages of writing fact families worksheets, students read a number in the circle in the center of each page and write three forms of multiplication facts and three forms of division that equal that number. Students write 60 equations.
Fifth graders practice multiplication and division facts while completing a pumpkin coloring sheet. For this multiplication and division lesson, 5th graders color based on the answers and the color key.
This long division PowerPoint presents a pneumonic device in which the first initial of generic family members names corresponds with the first initial of the proper steps to follow when solving a long division problem with a two-digit divisor. Thorough explanations and "think aloud" strategies provide an effective model for teaching this math skill.
Whenever your students have a question about a stage of mitosis, you can be sure that viewing the relevant slide from this show will help their understanding. Covering the complete process of mitosis, this PowerPoint has images and examples of cell division along with details of some single cell specializations.
Third graders will read The Doorbell Rang, by Pat Hutchins and a poem titled, "Dividing Up Bugs." They will act out the story and illustrate the division concepts presented. Finally, they complete a worksheet on the presented concepts.
Six pages of various division problems are included in this packet. Questions include short answer, multiple choice, word problem, and filling in tables. Your class will get adequate division practice after completing these 30+ problems.
Sixth graders create note cards to divide multi-digit whole numbers by two-digit numbers and divide decimals that represent money by whole numbers in a simpler and faster fashion. They write the rules and examples of each on the cards and complete a worksheet using the rules on the cards to solve the division problems. Very well done!
Associating new information with a familiar image or word is a great way to build connections and memory. This presentation goes through the steps of the long division process associating each step with a member of the family. Your students will have no trouble remembering mom/multiply, brother/bring down, or Rover/repeat or remainder. Tip: Repeat this process using a different color for each step.
What is 63 divided by 7? What about 25 divided by 4? Division practice with and without remainders is the focus of this app. But you better be quick, the timer is running.
Use time tables to solve division problems - and vice versa. Third graders work on 60 division drills with multiples of 2, 3, 4, 5, and 20. These problems reinforce your class's knowledge of both times tables and division problems, making it a valuable resource for any math class.
Practice with the associative and commutative properties together during this video supporting mental math. The narrator goes step by step through two problems showing how your learners can switch around the terms to solve easier. Problems incorporate fractions with multiplication and division. Use the prior videos for more practice with each property if needed.