Time to divvy up those numbers! Help your child do division right with our division exercises. Round up remainders, estimate answers, and master multi-digit division with our educator developed division quizzes. Division is splitting up numbers into groups, and they need to know how to multiply first -- so have them start there if they're not quite ready to divide.
Now that your child has mastered multiplication, division is on deck! Though multiplication might have been a breeze for your kid, division could prove to be a bit of a stumbling block. All those remainders, decimals, and divisors...it can be a lot to take in. Luckily, here are a stash of division exercises to bolster your student's knowledge of division. We have all kinds of division practice, from one-digit divisors, decimal division, and even division with powers. Encourage them to start with simple division facts exercises, then once they are more comfortable, they can move on to more challenging tasks like division with decimals or multiplication with missing factors -- division in reverse. Once they're done with that, they can try putting their newfound knowledge to work with geometry problems, or just keep it in mind for later. We've got the definitive collection of division exercises, right here at Education.com.