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Divide and Conquer

Workbook

Divide and Conquer

Division practice has never been more fun with these math worksheets for the sporting and game lover.

3rd grade

Math

Workbook

Long Division

Workbook

Long Division

Get long division down to a tee with a series of word problems and practice sheets. This series includes division problems with decimals too.

5th grade

Math

Workbook

Baseball Math

Workbook

Baseball Math

Get math practice off the bench to calculate percentages, read graphs, add fractions and round decimals to bring math skills all the way home. This book knocks one out of the park for baseball lovers.

5th grade

Math

Workbook

Show Me the Money

Workbook

Show Me the Money

Whether it's allowance or a dog-walking business, kids are often looking for ways to earn an extra buck. Tap into that interest with practice that includes calculating tips, sales tax and commission.

5th grade

Math

Workbook

Division: Factor Fun

Worksheet

Division: Factor Fun

One way to tackle division is to turn it into multiplication. In this exercise, read the division question — then ask yourself a multiplication question!

4th grade

Math

Worksheet

Power Play: Exponents and Equations

Workbook

Power Play: Exponents and Equations

Students familiarize themselves with pre-algebra concepts and vocabulary — including factors, base numbers, exponents, variables, and value — in this introductory overview. This workbook offers plenty of hands-on practice so that students can gain confide

5th grade

Math

Workbook

Spooky Math

Workbook

Spooky Math

What could be scarier than math practice? Make magic brew, juggle negative numbers, interpret multiplication cards, find the area of your dungeon and more!

5th grade

Math

Workbook

Division Facts to 100 with One-Digit Divisors

Exercise

Division Facts to 100 with One-Digit Divisors

Use this exercise to share with students several facts about one digit divisors into numbers up to 100.

3rd grade

Math

Exercise

Multiplication and Division

Guided Lesson

Multiplication and Division

There are many strategies that can be employed to multiply and divide larger numbers. Students will deepen their conceptual knowledge of multiplication and division, starting with visual models like arrays and diagrams.Then students will then move to more abstract calculation methods like partial products, the distributive property and standard algorithms.

4th grade

Math

Guided Lesson

Two-Minute Timed Test #2: Multiply & Divide

Worksheet

Two-Minute Timed Test #2: Multiply & Divide

Use this two-minute drill to assess your students’ fluency with basic multiplication and division facts.

5th grade

Math

Worksheet

Word Problem Assessment: Flying Through Fourth Grade

Worksheet

Word Problem Assessment: Flying Through Fourth Grade

In this assessment, your students will flex their math muscles as they use all four operations to solve a series of word problems.

4th grade

Math

Worksheet

Fundamentals of Division

Workbook

Fundamentals of Division

This beautiful, colorful activity book offers a comprehensive overview of division basics and techniques. Add tools like skip-counting on a number line, repeated subtraction, fact families, arrays, and equal groups to your problem-solving arsenal. Be sure

3rd grade

Math

Workbook

Two-Minute Timed Test #4: Multiply & Divide

Worksheet

Two-Minute Timed Test #4: Multiply & Divide

Use this two-minute drill to assess your students’ fluency with basic multiplication and division.

5th grade

Math

Worksheet

Another Day, Another Dollar

Workbook

Another Day, Another Dollar

Math is part of everyday life, so learn math concepts with everyday examples. Learn to calculate sales tax, discounts, income, expenses and how to get more bang for your buck!

5th grade

Math

Workbook

Division with Remainders

Worksheet

Division with Remainders

Get a little practice dividing two-digit numbers. Be careful, they aren't that easy! These division problems have remainders.

4th grade

Math

Worksheet

Long Division with Partial Quotients #1

Worksheet

Long Division with Partial Quotients #1

Students will use the partial quotient strategy to solve long division problems.

4th grade

Math

Worksheet

Fun With Division

Worksheet

Fun With Division

Make math practice fun with this division sheet! As she solves the problems, your child will uncover a hidden phrase at the bottom.

3rd grade

Math

Worksheet

Shopping: Decimal Division to the Tenths Place

Game

Shopping: Decimal Division to the Tenths Place

In this interactive game, kids shop for fun objects while practicing decimal division to the tenths!

5th grade

Math

Game

Multiplication and Division Review

Worksheet

Multiplication and Division Review

Students will review their multiplication and division facts as they solve a variety of problems using mental math.

4th grade

Math

Worksheet

Two-Minute Timed Test #3: Multiply & Divide

Worksheet

Two-Minute Timed Test #3: Multiply & Divide

Use this two-minute drill to assess students’ fluency with basic multiplication and division facts.

5th grade

Math

Worksheet

It's Time to Celebrate the Chinese New Year!

Lesson Plan

It's Time to Celebrate the Chinese New Year!

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.

3rd grade

Math

Lesson Plan

Divide Them Up

Workbook

Divide Them Up

This workbook gets kids ready to be expert dividers, challenging them with whole-number quotients, remainders and mathematical word problems.

4th grade

Math

Workbook

Division Detective

Workbook

Division Detective

Don't be daunted by this division challenge. Dividing by 1 and 2 digit numbers will help your student discover buried treasure and conquer an important 5th grade math skill in the process.

5th grade

Math

Workbook

Divisibility Rules

Exercise

Divisibility Rules

Teach students divisibility rules the easy way with this easily navigated interactive exercise from Education.com.

4th grade

Math

Exercise

Division 1

Guided Lesson

Division 1

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.

3rd grade

Math

Guided Lesson

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 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!

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.

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).

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!