Our skills-based division worksheets and printables help students from third to fifth grade kick their math skills up a notch.
Learn the anatomy of division problems and practice multi-digit division and fractions with manipulatives using these division worksheets and printables! This worksheet challenges kids to see how many math problems they can do in a minute, and includes division, multiplication, subtraction, and addition problems.
See how long it takes you to divide 16 by as many numbers as possible that divide evenly. Watch the instructional video for more information.
Drag ' N' Drop Math is an online workshop in which students can easily complete multi-digit addition, subtraction (with regrouping), multiplication, and division problems, using big and small draggable numbers.
The free games and other educational resources offered by Math Games help kids to perfect that skill and ensure they have fun in the process!
Whether using our online games, apps, printable worksheets, or digital textbook, students can use our site to practice: Other resources for teachers and parents include downloadable worksheets and apps, and a digital textbook.The instructions for each module are presented step-by-step to minimize confusion and contains several examples so students will quickly learn the concepts and begin working on the solving the problems.Many of the activities offer feedback by advising students if any answers are incorrect, so they can try again.Let us multiply the 0.2 by 10, which shifts the decimal point out of the way: 0.2 × 10 = 2 But we must also do it to the 15: 15 × 10 = 150 So 15 ÷ 0.2 has become 150 ÷ 2 (they are both 10 times larger): 150 ÷ 2 = 75 And so the answer is: 15 ÷ 0.2 = 75 6.4/0.4 is exactly the same as 64/4, as we moved the decimal point of both numbers. Well, we can ignore the decimal point in the dividend so long as we remember to put it back later.Now we can calculate: 64 / 4 = 16 So the answer is: 6.4 / 0.4 = 16 Are there really 16 lots of 0.4 in 6.4? First we do the calculation without the decimal point: Have a look at these Decimal Division Animations for further help.Start by choosing the number of problems, the number of digits to have in the dividend, and number of digits to have in the divisor. If you made a mistake you can drag a digit outside the worksheet, to get rid of it. When you have the answer, type it into the result box at the top and click the "Check" button.These games focus on long division and can be a wonderful boon for teachers looking for interactive online activities for their students. You will often see other versions, which are generally just a shortened version of the process below.You can also see this done in Long Division Animation.You can correct yourself and go back by clicking with the mouse on the digit you wish to correct.When you are finished, click the "Check Answer" button. Drag the digits from the left hand side, and place them carefully in the correct locations on the worksheet, to solve the problem.