Ch 9: 5th Grade Math: Division

Teach your 5th grader how to work with division input-output tables, perform long division and solve division word problems. This chapter's short video lessons and multiple-choice quizzes include plenty of practice problems to help your student master this arithmetic operation.

5th Grade Math: Division - Chapter Summary

Help your 5th grade student conquer the divisibility rules, operations properties and problem-solving steps needed to divide single- and multiple-digit numbers as well as numbers ending in zero. You can also use this chapter's fun video lessons and quizzes to prepare your student for division word problems and division input-output tables found in his or her homework assignments and tests.

Chapter Lessons and Objectives

Lesson Objective
How to Perform Division: Steps & Examples Students get an introduction to division symbols and the steps involved in dividing whole numbers.
How to Divide One-digit Numbers This lesson provides students with extra practice dividing one-digit numbers.
Divisibility Rules for 2, 5 & 10 Students learn how to tell if a number is divisible by 2, 5 or 10.
Dividing With a Remainder Instructors demonstrate how to work with numbers that do not divide evenly into one another.
Performing Long Division with Large Numbers: Steps and Examples Students learn the procedures used to divide large numbers.
Dividing Three-digit Numbers Students build on skills acquired in the previous lessons to divide three-digit numbers.
How to Divide Numbers Ending in Zeroes This lesson teaches students how to set up and solve division problems with numbers ending in zero.
How to Complete a Division Table Instructors show students what a division table looks like and demonstrate the steps involved in completing them.
Working with Division Input-Output Tables Students also learn how to fill in division input-output tables and identify the patterns found within them.
Solving Division Word Problems This lesson helps students apply their division skills to solve word problems.
Solving Division Patterns Over Increasing Place Values Instructors show students how division patterns can be used to solve problems with increasing place values.
How to Complete the Division Sentence Students get practice completing division sentences.

11 Lessons in Chapter 9: 5th Grade Math: Division
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