I use these third grade division worksheets for our kids to practice the division facts. These are not simply quizzes as you can find on many sites. Use these links to jump down through this page:
This is our division page with the best links for learning the division tables. Once your kids begin to understand the concept of multiplication they can begin working with division since division undoes multiplication.
On the other hand, if your kids already know their multiplication tables, they'll be able to learn division quickly.
Division is the inverse of multiplication. It is also the last of the four tables to memorize. This is a hopeful thing to remember, except it is also true that most of us need to review each year for several years. How many times do we hear it said that, "They forgot everything they knew."
Well anyway, it sure can seem that way. :-)
This page has printable division worksheets that are perfect for beginners and for those who simply need to review their facts.
Take a moment to see how helpful our practice worksheets, flash cards and Math videos are and bookmark this page for more division practice later.
Bookmark this next page for our twelve division flash cards videos.
Never spill the flash cards again when you use our division videos.
Your kids can use these videos for quick practice and they can write the Math facts three times each to practice division. We have the division tables through the twelves below that have the equations for them to copy three times so they start with the right answers.
I find that learning the multiplication tables is necessary before moving to division. They can be learned together, but I find it best if at least the first few multiplication tables are learned before tackling division. It helps to teach the idea of sets and groups in multiplication first.
Division doesn't really have to be a separate table - kids can just "undo" the equation.
Division itself is also the foundation for fractions and decimals, so these are super important facts to know through the middle school years.
Students can use the following printable worksheets to copy each of the basic division problems, or division equations, to practice them three times each. If the students will say what they write, they will remember the division Math facts better. Practice, practice, practice.
Anytime your students say the equation or the answer wrong, have them quickly repeat the right version three times. This really makes for painless correction if you keep the review quick and happy.
Use these concise multiplication and division 2 in 1 worksheets to demonstrate that learning the multiplication tables is most of the work in learning the Math division facts.
If 3 times 4 are 12 then 12 divided by 4 are 3.
Learning this at the same time as learning the multiplication facts makes division seem easy once you learn the connection but make sure that very young students know the the symbols first. These reference charts and worksheets use the following format for the equation to make the association between multiplying and dividing:
3 x 4 = 12 / 4 = 3
This is super handy review for older children.
Division flash cards are versatile enough to use for practice, quizzes, and division games.
Flash cards give kids a break from filling out third grade division worksheets.
Have fun with division games by printing double sets for matching division games like Memory or Concentration.
Use the landscape division charts as Math posters - hole punch and hang them like a calendar near your where your kids do their Math homework and change the table they are learning as they go up the scale. These work well in a binder, too, and can be used like a flip chart.
Below these you can use the portrait division charts on a clip board. They're below the landscape charts.
Remember to cover the equations with your hand or a card with these 3rd and 4th grade division charts. You can also fold the papers in half if your student needs help paying attention. Use with our third grade division worksheets.
At the top of these division charts there is space for the clip on a clipboard. This is my favorite way to show the division facts quickly when several children are working on the different tables that go with our third grade division worksheets.
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