﻿ Division Worksheets
In this section we feature printable worksheets that work with division operations.

#### Simply put sharing is division and division is sharing. Division is sharing amongst several groups. Division is a fundamental operation in math that applies to just about every real-world career and profession. When you go trick or treating on Halloween, if you want to share the candy that you collected, you will need to divide. Ever want to have a pizza party? You are going to need to divide the number of pieces of pizza by the number of people eating them. Division is basically the splitting of a whole into many different parts. For example if you divide a whole by three, you are basically taking that whole and breaking it into three equal groups. Think of it this way if you had 60 coconuts and you had three containers to store them in, if you were to separate them equally each container would have 20 coconuts. If you think about it, division is the sharing operation. If you go back to our coconut example when doing problems, it makes it much easier to visualize and understand what's going on.

There are three parts to any division operation. There is the whole or part that is being divided we refer to that as the dividend. There is the number of parts/ groups the dividend is being broken into. That is called the divisor. The solution or outcome is referred to as the quotient. Example: 24 (dividend) / 6 (divisor) = 4 (quotient). If the divisor does not equally go into the dividend what is left over is called the remainder. Many mathematicians consider the remainder the fourth component of division because even if it does not exist the remainder can be said to be equal to zero. We ordered the worksheet topics below in order of difficult. We start with simple basic dividing and move on to more advanced operations that require you to critically think.

# Division Worksheet Categories

## Division as Repeated Subtraction

When you think about it dividing something is just like subtracting it exponentially. Why not present it to your students that way in more primitive form?

## Picture Division

Learn how to share items in groups with pictures.

## Single Digit Division

We start simple and mix up the integers that we use.

## Fixed Number Division

If any students have difficulty with the previous topic, this is where you want to remediate those skills. In these sheets we use a fixed divisor on the entire sheet to help them build a rhythm.

## Double Digit Division

Both the dividend and the divisor consist of two-digit numbers.

## Triple Digit Division

We start to get a bit more advanced here. We use both orientations to present the problems.

## Division with No Remainders

My old professor use to call this clean division because everyone gets their equal share.

## Visual Remainders on Numbers Line

A great way to introduce remainders in these types of problems.

## Division with Remainders

This is referred to as a messy form of this operation because there are some leftovers or left behinds.

## Division Word Problems

We help you learn to look for key terms that would indicate that a quotient operation is required in here.

## Divisibility

This is the degree to which the quotient of one number and another result in a whole number.

## Long Division

Often seen as the most difficult of the basic math operations. This is used to divide large numbers (usually consisting of three or more numbers) by a two-digit value.

## Missing Digit Division

We have missing parts in our problem. Which helps us start to think more algebraically.

## Mixed Division Review

A great way to review all the skills for this topic.

## Division Puzzles

A great way to get students engaged and have fun at the same time.

## 3 and 4 Digit into 4 Digit Division

You will find problems that result in remainders and some with no remainders too.

## 4 and 5 Digit into 5 Digit Division

We really ramp up the difficulty on these problems.

## Integer Operation Rules with Division

A really good way to see how this skill transitions to algebra.