# Division Models Worksheets | Equal Groups and Arrays

Gravitate toward our division models worksheets focusing on equal groups and rectangular arrays that guarantee kids adequate practice in developing basic division skills using visualization. Walk through exercises like observing equal groups of objects and arrays to frame division sentences, finding the unknown number of groups or the unknown group size to complete statements, describing groups and arrays, and solving revision worksheets. Evaluate instantly with the answer keys. Try our free worksheets for a head start.

Division Using a Number Line

Children make a little hop here and a little jump there, as they go about dividing numbers with the help of number line models in this part of our division worksheets pdf.

Describing Arrays

Count the rows, columns, and the number of objects to answer questions and construct the division sentence describing the array in these printables for grade 3 and grade 4 kids.

Writing Division Sentences for Equal Groups

Construct division equations by writing the total number of objects as the dividend, the number of objects in each group as the divisor, and the number of groups as the quotient.

Completing Division Sentences for Arrays

Each division sentence in these division array models worksheets has one element missing. Look at the arrays and determine the unknown whole number that makes the division sentence true.

Describing Equal Groups

Keenly observe the objects, carefully read each question, and correctly fill in the answers in these practice sheets to describe the number of groups, the group size, and the total number of objects.

Writing Division Sentences Using Arrays

Scan through the objects arranged in arrays to write the division sentence in two ways. Describe each model, change the divisor to the number of rows or columns, and visualize division.

Completing Division Sentences | Equal Groups

Plug in the number of groups, the number of objects in each group, or the total number of objects to complete each division sentence in our division using equal groups worksheets.

Matching Arrays with Division Sentences

Draw lines to connect the arrays on the left to the sentences on the right that accurately represent them in this PDF resource to prove your division skills.

Identifying Equal Groups and Leftovers

Kids in 4th grade and 5th grade count and circle to make groups of objects as specified and write how many groups could be made and how many objects were left over.

Division with Arrays | Revision

Round out your child's practice using these division models worksheets. Let them enjoy the quick review for a taste of all the exercises in the collection.

Dividing with Equal Groups | Mixed Review

Recapitulate dividing numbers using the equal group strategy with our mixed revision exercises, ensuring tremendous practice at their own pace.

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