This year, third graders will build a stronger understanding of division. This guided lesson uses the repeated subtraction strategy as a way of teaching division. The lesson shows how division problems can be solved by repeatedly subtracting the same number (the divisor). Not only does this help students solve division problems, but it also builds a conceptual understanding of division. For more practice, check out the suggested division worksheets.
Teach your students the vocabulary words to accurately discuss division equations, and then challenge them to write their own word problems! Use this lesson independently or as a pre-lesson for *Divide it Up!*
Celebrating the Chinese New Year is fun for family and friends! Use this lesson to teach your students some of the holiday's traditions and events as they practice solving word problems, which involve time and all four math operations.
Division Word Problems with One-Digit Divisors Resources
Being able to translate words into equations via word problems is an important skill. These resources focus on simple division word problems. Our lesson plans make class preparation easy, while exercises and worksheets put your students' knowledge to the test. For more practice see these one-digit multiplication word problem resources.
Division Word Problems With One-digit Divisor Resources
Coming up with math word problems can take more brain power than solving a word problem itself. The Learning Library's provided sources on division word problems with one-digit divisors are professionally designed for effectiveness and efficiency. Browse the curated tools that include printable worksheets, guided lessons, lesson plans, hands-on activities, online exercises and printable workbooks.
With the Division Word Problems lesson plan, students recognize division key terms with multiple word problem worksheets. The Bicycle Math hands-on activity makes math more appealing to kids and builds both mental and physical strength. Mapping out a bike route and timing the ride offers an opportunity for students to calculate how fast they were peddling. They can take it a step further and compare their speed to a car's.
The multitude of other division word problems with one-digit divisors resources in the Learning Library helps smooth over any confusing obstacles students may encounter.