First steps with division, using knowledge of the two times table to answer division questions.
Moving on from sharing between two to sharing between three and four.
It's a good idea to have learnt the 5x table before trying these division questions.
Dividing by ten is probably the easiest of all division questions; apart from dividing by 1!
One way of understanding division is to think of it as equal grouping.
Some tricky word problems which need a good knowledge of halves of small numbers!
Another set of dividing by 10 questions, in the shape of a star.
Good practice at division and could be used as a speed challenge to test knowledge of tables.
It's more division questions. Easy if you know the 2x, 5x and 10x tables.
A different way at looking at tables - division tables rather than multiplication!
Know division tables for 2, 5 and 10 with answers up to 12.
The 3x table is harder to learn, but is really useful when answering these divide by 3 questions.
Sharing, or division problems using a range of maths vocabulary.
More practice at dividing multiples of 3, with no remainders.
These are all divide by 10 questions with remainders.
There is a number line to help with these dividing by 5 questions which have remainders.
Introducing remainders when mentally dividing by 3.
Use different numbers to make the pairs of division sentences correct.