Division Teacher Resources
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Divisions of Generosity
Students listen to a read aloud of Pat Hutchins, The Doorbell Rang and apply the concepts of fairness and generosity to division.
Divisibility Checks: Paired Activity
In this division game worksheet, students will work in small groups to play a game about dividing numbers. A teacher's guide with game instructions is included.
Second graders demonstrate division with counters. For this division lesson, 2nd graders use paper clips or counters to solve division problems on the overhead. Students work in groups to complete a worksheet.
In this divisibility worksheet, students read divisibility rules and then check the boxes in the chart if the 3 digit number can be divided by numbers 2 through 10. Students do this for 5, 3 digit numbers.
Students play Divisibility Buzz to reinforce divisibility rule for three.
Record Division By Using Single Digit Numbers
Fourth graders participate in a lesson of working on the skill of division. They use blocks in order to have a hands on experience of finding the solution from groups of blocks. The teacher shows common mistakes and models correct solving of long division.
Division: Finding Missing Numbers
In this division learning exercise, students solve 144 division problems in which the divisor is missing. Worksheet is set up in 12 pages of 12 problems each.
In this division worksheet, students divide two digit numbers by one digit numbers. This twelve-page worksheet contains approximately 144 simple division problems. This interactive worksheet may be printed for paper use.
Division Worksheet (Two Digits)
In this division worksheet, learners complete simple division problems. They divide two-digit numbers by one-digit numbers. This interactive worksheet contains approximately 144 problems. It may be completed on-line or printed for paper use.
Divide 4 Digits By 1 Digit and Division Scramble
In this division worksheet, students complete a set of 9 problems, dividing 4 digits by 1, then unscramble dividends and divisors to arrive at given quotients.
Showing Division as Repeated Subtraction
Third graders explore division through repeated subtraction. In this math activity, 3rd graders apply subtraction principles to investigate division. Students choose an activity card and complete the problem on the cards.
Division of Labor
Students study the Industrial Revolution and its effects on workers and productivity in order to explain the concepts of division of labor and cottage industry.
Division of Labor
Students explore cottage industry and division of labor. They study the Industrial Revolution and its effects on workers and productivity.
Concepts Of Division
In a comprehensive and well-outlined series of activities, the class investigates how division is the same as repeated subtraction. During guided practice, they take notes on turning sample word problems into solvable equations and afterward investigate other problems for independent practice. The assessment is tied to performing the correct calculations.
Missing Numbers - Division Worksheet
In this missing numbers worksheet, students find the missing dividend of given division problems. This twelve-page worksheet contains approximately 144 problems.
Division as Repeated Subtraction
In this division worksheet, students solve long division problems where they learn that division is repeated subtraction. Students complete 4 problems.
Division Terms, Zero and One
In this division worksheet, students complete division problems by filling in the missing numbers, writing the problems, and filling in a chart. Students complete 4 sets of problems.
Explore: Investigating Division
In this exploring and investigating division worksheet, learners, working with a partner, study and answer seven clues to exploring and investigating division equations.
Renaming 2-3 Digit Numbers in Division
Students review basic division facts by recalling answers. For this math lesson, students analyze a word problem and answer questions using the paragraph. Additionally, students solve problems using illustrations.
Division of Monomials
Students relate the division of monomials to multiplication. In this division of monomials lesson, students divide monomials by factoring and dividing common factors from the originals. They check their answers by multiplication. As each part of the lesson is presented, a short practice set of problems is completed by the students.