Division Models | Equal Groups Worksheets
This bundle of free printable worksheets on division and equal groups guarantees kids adequate practice on division by implementing the strategy of equal groups. Walk through these pdf exercises and update your division skills instantly. Featuring exercises like framing division sentences, completing division statements, describing groups and leftovers, and much more, this must-have practice set is a weight off teachers' and parents' shoulders.
These pdf worksheets on division models and equal groups are ideal for 2nd grade, 3rd grade, and 4th grade children.
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Included here are pdf worksheets on division and equal groups for kids in grade 2 and grade 3. Keenly observe the objects, carefully read each question, and correctly fill in the answers to describe the equal groups.
Division and equal groups go hand in hand. Included here are division models represented by equal groups. Children in grade 2 are tasked with observing each group and the number of objects in it and writing division sentences.
This set of visually appealing practice worksheets, designed for grade 3, requires kids to complete each division sentence by plugging in the number of groups or the number of objects in each group, or the total number of objects.
Putting into use this set of ready-to-print worksheets, students can master the concept of division and equal groups. Instruct kids to observe the division models and answer the given questions based on equal groups and leftovers.
Do kids in grade 4 need more practice with division and equal groups? This printable practice kit contains mixed revision exercises, ensuring tremendous practice and in the process letting kids revise the concept at their own pace.
Forge ahead by dividing numbers on a number line with this printable number line division practice set, a tried-and-true tool to further the division knowledge of budding math wizards in grade 3 and grade 4.