Division Teacher Resources
Find Division educational ideas and activities
Showing 121 - 140 of 12,248 resources
Partitive Division: Sharing Cookies
Bring some sweet fun to your math class (you can use sugar-free cookies also)! Pupils practice division and remainders with the assistance of a bag of cookies as manipulative's to assessing the concept of whole numbers. In groups, they create their own division problems that they eventually present to the rest of the class.
Developing the Concept: Division
Use base-ten blocks to give your class a hands-on approach to division. Guide them through several problems on the overhead, translating the array into a written equation. This lesson focuses on a problem with no remainder that divides a three-digit number by one digit.
4th - 5th Math
Use this decoding lesson in your special education class. With a SMART board file and worksheet, the lesson guides 6th graders through dividing two and three-syllable words using the Orton Gillingham syllable division rules (which are listed within the lesson plan).
6th - 8th Special Education & Programs
Here's a set of division problems to drill your scholars; they complete 48 horizontally aligned equations total. These problems are separated into four sections of 12 equations each: learners divide by six, seven, eight, and nine. Many quotients include a remainder, which is represented without a fraction or decimal in the example problems.
3rd - 4th Math
As mathematicians begin learning long division skills, use these guided problems to help get them some practice with remainders. There are 20 equations here, and each has been completed up to the point of finding a quotient. So, the remainder is already written below the dividend, which is a two-digit number.
3rd - 4th Math
Interpret Division as an Unknown Factor Problem Using a Bar Model
Bar models are great for describing so many different mathematical concepts. Here, a bar model is used to define a division problems as an unknown factor problem and to show the relationship between multiplication and division. Learners will see how those bar models can help them visualize the problem and how it can help them write equations.
4 mins 3rd - 4th Math CCSS: Designed
What Does Divisibility Mean?
What do divisibility and factoring have to do with each other? Well, if a whole number is the divisor and a whole number is the answer then both those numbers are factors of the number being divided. But if the answer is a decimal number then the numbers are not factors of the dividend.
4 mins 3rd - 7th Math
How Do You Know if a Number is Divisible by 2,3, 5, 6, or 10?
So, you have a large number that is being divided by a smaller number. Learn a few tricks to make dividing a little more palatable. 2-is it even, 3-do the digits add up to a multiple of three, 5-does it end in 0 or 5, 6-is it divisible by 2 and 3, 10-does it end in 0.
6 mins 4th - 7th Math