Division Teacher Resources
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In this writing equations worksheet, 6th graders fill in 10 boxes inĀ 5 division equations involving money. Students write out each equation in the last box on each line.
One of the best ways to motivate learners is by using a game as a review. This presentation about division lets them practice important skills in a fun way. A teacher could use this as a center activity.
Move that decimal up into the quotient! Mathematicians practice long division with three-digit dividends that have decimals to the hundredths place. All the divisors are single-digit numbers, and there are two examples demonstrating the process. There are no irrational quotients. Consider numbering the problems before copying to make review simpler.
Show young mathematicians how simple long division can be, even with three-digit dividends and remainders! They solve for the quotient in 13 practice problems, nine of which are written in long division format and the last four horizontal format. There is plenty of room to show work and three examples to illustrate the process. Consider numbering these equations before copying to make them easier to reference in review.
In this long division worksheet, students solve 20 different problems related to dividing with 3 and 4 digits. They divide each 3 and four digit number into a four digit number to get the correct answer for each problem.
Here is a division worksheet which has learners focus on the completion of word problems. They will read and respond to ten word problems with no remainders.
In this division learning exercise, students use all three symbols to divide. In this fill in the blank learning exercise, students find twenty-eight quotients.
The teacher demonstrates how to use the division property of equality, applying it to both sides of the equation to find the solution.
Mathematicians are given three division sentences. They are to write a "sharing question," or basically, a word problem for each. They can apply the division concepts to teams and players, friends and presents, CDs and songs, albums and photos, tables and chairs, or whatever other groupings they can think of dividing.
Composed of three word problems, this math activity exposes young mathematicians to relationships present in multiplication and division. The first problem is most useful with a tape diagram in which learners are working with equal-sized groups in multiplication. The second and third problems involve division and allow pupils to use repeated subtraction and partitive division. The activity is great practice for solving word problems and discovering the relationships between multiplication and division.
Students complete division activities using the concept of sharing equally. In this division lesson, students discuss division using equal piles. Students receive sets of candy and determine if the example were fair. Students view an equal division of the sweets and examine a division problem that illustrates the equal proportions. Students watch an online clip using turtles and division of simple division equations. Students may participate in extended division activities.
For this divisibility worksheet, 6th graders solve 10 different problems that include determining whether various numbers are divisible by other numbers. They write yes on the line provided if the number is divisible or no if the number is not divisible by the given number.
In this division drills worksheet, 4th graders practice their division skills by completing the 90 single digit division problems in 5 minutes.
In this mathematical division worksheet, students problem solve thirty equations involving short division with 3's, 4's, and 6's with no remainders.
In this online interactive math worksheet, students practice division by completing horizontal equations that divide numbers by two. The objective is to advance students' understanding of division.
In this interactive division worksheet, students solve 5 fill in the blank horizontal problems where the dividend is a 3 digit number and the divisor is 10. Students work on line and submit their answers to be scored.
In this interactive division activity, students solve 5 fill in the blank horizontal problems where the dividend is a 3 digit number and the divisor is 10. Students work on line and submit their answers to be scored.
In this interactive division worksheet, students solve 15 fill in the blank, horizontal problems where the dividend is a 3 digit number and the divisor is 10. Students work on line and submit their answers to be scored.
In this interactive division worksheet, students solve 5 fill in the blank problems where the dividend is a 3 digit number and the divisor is 10. Students work on line and submit their answers to be scored.
In this fraction division worksheet, students find the quotients for the whole number and fraction division equations. Students solve ten division equations and use the provided space to show their work.