# Division Resources

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Calculating ERA in Baseball
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Calculating ERA in Baseball
Take a swing at this baseball math worksheet about calculating ERA, a baseball statistic that shows how many runs a pitcher has allowed.
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Halloween Division #5
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Halloween Division #5
If your child has mastered his multiplication tables, help him stay sharp this Halloween with a spooky division practice sheet.
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Vocabulary Cards: Doubling Multiples for Division
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Vocabulary Cards: Doubling Multiples for Division
Use these vocabulary cards with the EL Support Lesson: Doubling Multiples for Division.
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Valentine Division
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Valentine Division
Make division practice a bit more fun with this Valentine's Day challenge! Match up each equation to its answer to help the doves deliver their letters.
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Divide &amp; Dig 7
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Divide &amp; Dig 7
Solving the division challenges on this worksheet will help your fifth grader discover the location of the buried treasure on Jagged Diamond Island.
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Easter Division #2
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Easter Division #2
Here's an Easter egg hunt with a twist! Each egg in this festive worksheet contains one simple division problem for your third grader to solve.
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Valentine's Day Division #2
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Valentine's Day Division #2
Prepare your third grader for Valentine's Day with these festive division problems, a great way to help her review her multiplication tables.
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St. Patrick's Day Division #2
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St. Patrick's Day Division #2
Give your little lucky charm a fun way to practice math this St. Patrick's Day!
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St. Patrick's Day Division #1
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St. Patrick's Day Division #1
Collect all of these lucky clovers by solving each simple division problem! Your little math whiz can get a great review of his times tables.
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St. Patrick's Day Division #4
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St. Patrick's Day Division #4
Building good math skills can be worth its weight in gold! Solve a few simple division problems with your little one this St. Patrick's Day.
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Check out this game that provides an enjoyable way of demonstrating how recorded results can be expressed in whole numbers, fractions, and decimals.
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Find the Math Fact Family
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Find the Math Fact Family
Practice of math facts is usually limited to drill sheets and flashcards. But kids are more likely to tune in to math facts if practice is presented as a game!
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New Year's Math
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New Year's Math
Start the new year with this fourth grade math "Calculation Challenge!"
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Sir Whiskers Division Story
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Sir Whiskers Division Story
Kids learn all about division vocabulary and strategies with this silly story about a cat crew.
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### Division Resources

Division is one of the four basic arithmetic operations, with the other three operations being addition, subtraction, and multiplication. Students typically begin to learn division in third grade, which can help in learning how to work with more difficult mathematical concepts like ratios and fractions. To help your child learn more about division, check out the resources on our page.

### Division 101

Division is commonly defined as the process of splitting into equal parts or groups. It can also be described as the opposite operation of multiplication.

Symbols and Names
The two symbols commonly used to denote division are ÷ and /. If we wanted to show that nine divided by three is equal to three, we would say that 9 ÷ 3 = 3 or 9 / 3 = 3. Each number in division also has a special name: dividend ÷ divisor = quotient. The dividend is the total number of objects you have, the divisor is the total number of groups you are splitting the dividend in to, and the quotient is the number of objects inside each group.

Using Multiplication
You can use multiplication to help understand division. For example, we know that 4 × 2 = 8 (4 groups with 2 items in each gives us 8 total items). Therefore, we can also say that 8 divided by 2 would give us 4 (8 items can be divided into 2 groups of 4) or that 8 divided by 4 would give us 2 (8 items can be divided into 4 groups of 2).

Remainders
Sometimes, division doesn’t work perfectly. Let’s look at 5 ÷ 2. 2 groups of 2 can go into 5, but there is a 1 left over. Therefore, 1 becomes our remainder, and the full operation become 5 ÷ 2 = 2 R1.

Still feel a little rusty on division? Check out our worksheets, games, and exercises to master this math skill!