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Division Strategies

Division using Multiplication Facts (2 to 5)

Divide using Multiplication Facts (6 to 10)

Division Facts (Random Order)

In these free math worksheets, students practice mental division with or without remainder.

Here are some strategies you can use to practice mental division and improve your mental math skills:

- A strong foundation in multiplication tables is crucial for mental division. Being able to recall products quickly will significantly enhance your mental division abilities.
- Remember that division is the opposite of multiplication. If you can think of multiplication problems that result in the dividend (the number being divided), then you’ve essentially found the answer to the division problem through mental multiplication.
- Begin by practicing mental division with single-digit divisors (1, 2, 5, 10) and smaller dividends. This helps build confidence and lays the groundwork for tackling more complex problems.
- For larger dividends, try breaking them down into parts that are easier to divide mentally. This could involve separating the number into tens and ones.

With consistent practice, mental division becomes more natural and efficient. Regularly challenge yourself with various division problems to strengthen your mental math skills and become more confident in solving division problems without relying solely on calculators or paper.

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Mental Division Worksheet #1

Mental Division Worksheet #2

Mental Division Worksheet #3 (with remainder)

Mental Division Worksheet #4 (with remainder)

Mental Division Worksheet #5 (up to 4-digit dividend)

Mental Division Worksheet #6 (up to 4-digit dividend)

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Mixed Division Facts (1 to 10)

Mixed Division Sprint

Divide 2-digit by 1-digit (eg. 74 ÷ 3)

Division Word Problems (2-digit ÷ 1-digit)

Divide 3-digit by 1-digit (eg. 576 ÷ 5)

Division Word Problems (3-digit ÷ 1-digit)

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