Ch 11: 3rd Grade Math: Division Skills Practice

About This Chapter

This chapter's short video lessons help 3rd grade students practice essential division skills. The multiple-choice quizzes and the chapter exam can help you track student progress and determine when reviewing may be necessary.

Division Skills Practice - Chapter Summary

Once 3rd grade students have learned the steps in performing division, the fun videos in this chapter offer additional practice for putting those skills into action. Instead of just providing practice in areas such as dividing with remainders or dividing three-digit numbers, this chapter's lessons are grouped according to the divisors. A short, multiple-choice quiz accompanies each lesson, and a chapter exam is available at the conclusion. By using these tools, you can gauge your students' grasp of division.

Chapter Lessons and Objectives

Lesson Objectives
How to Divide by 1 Students observe demonstrations through video and then practice dividing by 1.
How to Divide by 2 Instructors show how to divide by 2, and then students put those skills into practice.
How to Divide by 3 Students learn to divide by 3 and then perform practice problems.
How to Divide by 4 Methods for dividing by 4 are revealed by instructors, and students then apply those skills.
How to Divide by 5 3rd grade students watch video demonstrations of division by 5 and then complete practice calculations.
How to Divide by 6 Instructors show methods for dividing by 6, and then learners demonstrate their grasp of the new skills through review problems.
How to Divide by 7 Students watch a video focused on the divisor of 7 and then complete practice calculations.
How to Divide by 8 Instructors provide demonstration of dividing by 8, and then students put their new skills into practice.
How to Divide by 9 3rd grade learners observe tricks for dividing by 9 and then complete practice division problems.
How to Divide by 10 Instructors show how easy dividing by 10 can be and lead students into practice problems to bolster their confidence.
How to Divide by 11 Students watch a video displaying the methods for dividing by 11 and then perform calculations practicing those skills.
How to Divide by 12 Instructors demonstrate tricks for completing problems when the divisor is 12, and students complete practice problems to reinforce those skills.

12 Lessons in Chapter 11: 3rd Grade Math: Division Skills Practice
Test your knowledge with a 30-question chapter practice test
How to Divide by 1

1. How to Divide by 1

Watch this video lesson to learn how you can divide any number by 1. Learn the rule that will allow you to solve any division by 1 problem in an instant.

How to Divide by 2

2. How to Divide by 2

In this lesson, you'll learn three important math vocabulary words that are used for all types of division. You'll also learn how to take a number and divide it into two equal groups.

How to Divide by 3

3. How to Divide by 3

In this lesson, you'll see several different strategies you can use to help you successfully learn how to divide by 3. Learn about making groups, repeated subtraction, and skip counting.

How to Divide by 4

4. How to Divide by 4

In this lesson, you'll learn an easy way to divide by 4 and how multiplication and division work together to help you solve division by 4 problems. If you follow the steps in this lesson, you'll be solving division by 4 problems in record time!

How to Divide by 5

5. How to Divide by 5

In this lesson, you will learn the four step process for dividing by 5 as well as how to check your work. We'll also briefly review basics of division and multiplication before working through a problem that involves dividing by 5.

How to Divide by 6

6. How to Divide by 6

In this lesson, you'll learn how to divide by 6 by solving real-life math problems with something from your lunch bag - apples. You'll also learn about division symbols and sentences while exploring two different ways of understanding division by 6.

How to Divide by 7

7. How to Divide by 7

Division may seem complicated, but it doesn't have to be if we use visuals to understand the concept. In this lesson, learn how to divide by 7 using pictures and familiarize yourself with remainders.

How to Divide by 8

8. How to Divide by 8

Let's learn a trick to divide by 8! Using visuals to understand division and learning a simple trick will help you solve any division problem by 8 that you can imagine. In this lesson, learn how to divide by 8 step by step.

How to Divide by 9

9. How to Divide by 9

In this lesson, you'll learn how to solve problems that involve dividing by 9. You'll find out what steps to use when dividing numbers into nine equal groups, as well as how to check your answer once the division is complete.

How to Divide by 10

10. How to Divide by 10

Dividing by ten is one of the easiest mental math problems to do! In this lesson, you will learn how to divide by 10, draw to solve, and use multiplication to divide. Let's get started!

How to Divide by 11

11. How to Divide by 11

How do you know if you can divide up your Halloween candy among 11 friends without using a calculator? In this lesson, you'll learn how to apply the divisibility rule of 11 to determine if a number is divisible by 11.

How to Divide by 12

12. How to Divide by 12

Division is all about how many of a particular number of items can be found in a collection. In considering dividing by 12, you will be first introduced to sets or groups and how they can be divided. Then, you will be introduced to how multiplication can help with division.

Chapter Practice Exam
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Practice Final Exam
Test your knowledge of the entire course with a 50 question practice final exam.
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