# Dividing 3-Digit by 1-Digit Whole Numbers Worksheets

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If kids draw on our free, printable 3-digit by 1-digit division worksheets to perform division using three-digit dividends by single-digit divisors, they will also strengthen their basic arithmetic skills such as multiplication and subtraction. These easy-to-use exercises are perfect in a classroom or at home as tests or practice assignments. This collection includes word problems, exercises on filling in missing digits in division, and much more.

CCSS: 4.NBT.6

3-Digit by 1-Digit Division | Without Remainder

Given in this pdf set are standard division problems featuring dividends with three digits and divisors with one digit. There is no remainder involved, so just figure out the quotient. Solving Word Problems | 3-Digit by 1-Digit Division

Improve grade 5 kids' understanding of how division works in real life using the word problems in these pdfs. Watch them breeze through the practical scenarios presented here. Dividing 3-Digit by 1-Digit Numbers | With or without Remainder

Bringing into the mix division problems with remainders, this section is a treat for young math wizards. Find the quotient and the remainder, if there is one, and write them down. 3-Digit by 1-Digit Division with Word Problems

Each of these printable dividing 3-digit by 1-digit numbers worksheets contains a word problem for grade 3 and grade 4 kids to understand the practical applications of division. Dividing 3-Digit by 1-Digit Numbers | Missing Digits

In these 3-digit by 1-digit division worksheets pdf, children not only get a step-by-step breakdown of dividing numbers but also go about figuring out the missing digits. Dividing 3-Digit by 1-Digit Numbers Using Grids

Placed within a convenient grid, the division problems in these printable exercises are sure to delight little math enthusiasts as they find the quotient and the remainder, if there is one. 3-Digit by 1-Digit Division | Area Model

A strategy that breaks down division, making it easier to understand, the area model also adds a much-needed element of fun to an otherwise monotonous division session. 