# Division - Worksheets

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## Intro to Division - Level 1

This two page worksheet introduces division. It first uses lines to show how to group. Then it relates division to addition and multiplication.

Teacher misunderstanding: Not all students are going to understand the relationship between multiplication and division. Allow them to use other ways to divide. Most will progress as they mature in mathematics.

## Division is MultiplicationAll Levels

This one page worksheet uses fill in the blanks to show the relationship between division and multiplication.

Key concept: Division is multiplication backwards. If you can multiply you can divide.

## Dividing by 2 - Level 1

This one page worksheet covers finding half of a number or dividing by 2. It uses fractions, division, and multiplication.

Key concept: Dividing by two is a simple process that can be used for estimating and solving more difficult problems.

## Division Practice - Level 1

This one page worksheet covers division by multiples of two. It uses the idea that if a student knows how to divide by 2 they can easily divide by 4 and 8.

Key concept: Use basic skills to solve more complex division problems. For example: 164 ÷ 4 is the same as half of 164 twice. So a student can take half of 164 which is 82 and then take half of 82 which is 41 to get the answer.

## Basic Division PracticeAll Levels

This two page worksheet is designed for students to practice their basic division facts. It covers division up to 13.

Key concept: The basics are the key to mathematics. Not being able to mentally add, subtract, multiply, and divide can really hurt a student's progress in math.

## Long Division - Level 1

This two page worksheet introduces long division. It covers dividing by one digit and includes one page without remainders and one with.

Key concept: Students need to understand the four basic steps of dividing: DIVIDE, MULTIPLY, SUBTRACT, and BRING DOWN. After bringing down, the process starts over.

## Long Division - Level 2

This two page worksheet continues long division. It covers dividing by one and two digit numbers and includes one page without remainders and one with.

Student misunderstanding: Lots of students get lost when it comes to dividing by two digit numbers. If a child does not know how to estimate, they usually get frustrated because of the time and effort it takes to solve (constantly multiplying).

## Long Division - Level 3

This advance long division worksheet covers dividing by two and three digit numbers and includes one page without remainders and one with.

Student misunderstanding: Dividing by three digits is very difficult for most students. If estimating is too confusing, have students list the multiples of the divisor (number you're dividing by). Yes, it's time consuming, but sometimes the long way works better.

These one page CHRISTMAS worksheets review long division. The drawing is the same but the questions are different for each level.

These one page art worksheets review multi-digit division. Students should already know long division without remainders or decimals. They answer the problems, find the answers at the bottom of the page, and shade in the corresponding number in the picture. Questions different but the picture the same.

## Rewriting Long Division - Level 1

This two page worksheet introduces how to rewrite division and fractions to long division.

Student misunderstanding: Most students get confused with reading and writing division problems, especially when it comes to fractions. Popular question is, "which one goes inside?"

## Multiplying and Dividing ReviewAll Levels

This one page fun worksheet is designed to help students review multiplication and division. Students multiply and divide a certain number and follow the pattern until helping Action Joe find the treasure.

Key concept: Students need to review and practice.

## Dividing by Multiples of 10Level 2

This two page worksheet covers dividing by multiples of ten. It includes one page without remainders and one page with remainders.

Key concept: Multiples of ten are the key to dividing larger numbers. Students can use this knowledge to estimate larger numbers and save time with long division. This is covered in our Division Book 2.

## Division using EstimationLevel 2

This one page worksheet divides by one and two digit numbers to introduce estimation.

Helpful hint: As the numbers get bigger it helps to refer to the numbers as tens. Example: 718 ÷ 92 can be estimated to 720 ÷ 90, which means you have 72 tens ÷ 9 tens or 72 ÷ 9 = 8. So 718 ÷ 92 is about 8.

## Multiplying and Dividing by 10'sLevel 1

This two page worksheet introduces multiplying and dividing decimals by 10's. It uses the simple concept of moving the decimal for each "0" in the 10's number.

Key concept: Place values are separated by 10.

## Multiplying and Dividing by 10'sLevel 2

This two page worksheet covers multiplying and dividing decimals by 10, 100, and 1000. Students should already understand basic decimals, and multiplication and division.

Key concept: When multiplying or dividing by 10's the decimal is moving one place value per 10.

## Multiplying and Dividing by 10'sLevel 3

This two page worksheet continues multiplying and dividing decimals by 10's, and covers up to 10 million. Students should already understand moving the decimal when using multiplication and division.

Student misunderstanding: Commas are not the same as decimals. Commas separate the whole number groups (ones, thousands, millions, etc.). Decimals separate whole numbers from the fraction (pieces) of a whole number.

## Multiplying and Dividing by Multiples of 10Level 2

This one page worksheet reviews multiplying and dividing by multiples of 10. It uses simple multiples (10, 100, and 1,000), and also includes a few problems with slightly more difficult ones (300 and 400).

Key concept: Students should know basic multiplication and division using multiples of ten which will help them develop better strategies for multiplication and division with larger numbers, and estimating.

## Help Video

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This art worksheet reviews the basic operations (add, subtract, multiply, and divide) with decimals.

Student misunderstanding: Multiplying: the total number of digits to the right of the decimal should be the same in the final answer. Dividing: cannot have a decimal in the divisor (outside number). Whatever you do to the outside you have to do to the inside.

## Long Division with DecimalsLevel 1

This two page worksheet introduces long division with decimals. It covers dividing when a decimal is already present, and adding a decimal and zero to complete a problem.

Key concept: A decimal separates the whole number from the parts of a whole (fraction). And you are not changing a number by adding a decimal and a zero. Example: 1 is the same as 1.0 or 1.00 or 1.000000.

## Long Division with DecimalsLevel 2

This two page worksheet continues long division with decimals. It covers adding more than one zero and repeaters.

Key concept: That it's okay to add more and more zeros, and that some numbers can continue forever. Students should start recognizing the patterns of certain repeaters.

## Long Division with DecimalsLevel 3

This two page worksheet covers decimals in the divisor (number on the outside). It includes prior division and decimal knowledge (adding zero's after a decimal, repeaters, etc.).

Key concept: Can not divide with a decimal in the divisor, and whatever you do to the divisor you need to do to the dividend (inside number).

## Answer, Find, and Shade (2 in 1)Division with Decimals - Level 3

Students answer all the division problems but choose which group of problems to shade to generate one of the two pictures hidden in the worksheet.

Student misunderstanding: When moving the decimal, whatever you do to the divisor you do to the dividend or whatever you do to the outside you do to the inside.

## Word ProblemsMultiplication and DivisionLevel 2

These one page word problem worksheets cover multiplication and division. They include one and two step problems.

These one page, art worksheets review the four basic operations of arithmetic (addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division). The drawing is the same but the questions and answers are different for each level.