#### When we start students off with the division operation, we often present it as an operation that is either repeated subtraction or sharing. It is natural to start off by using the same number of groups or times that a value is subtracted when working with students. This builds a form of consistency and eventual a structure that they not only get accustomed to but thrive with over time. In this series of quotient operation worksheets students will be consistently performing operations with the same divisor(s) over and over. The repetition is really helpful when trying to commit simple processes to memory.

The font used on these sheets is blatantly large and clear. They will purposely line up very well and allow children to create columns with vertical lines so that they don't lose their place. Given numbers will be divided by the numbers one through twelve. There are no remainders in these problems at all. In this series of worksheets, students can practice simple division problems. Dividers range from 1 to 12. Dividends are two and three-digit numbers. Each printable worksheet consists of ten problems that students will work with. The y first five problems will have a fixed divisor and the last five problems will have a divisor that is the next consecutive number.