Learning about division can be a challenging concept for students in elementary school, middle school, and high school. Help students learn about division at all ages with these engaging games, videos, and activities. Your students will be division-loving mathematicians in no time!
1. Creating Division Anchor Charts Together
Help students better understand the concept of division and build their division skills by creating an anchor chart together! Use a basic equation and show how division can be represented in many ways. This poster can stay in your classroom all year long.
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2. Division Factor Fun Worksheet
Forget boring worksheets and check out this adorable robot that allows students to use their knowledge of multiplication to solve division problems. Students will be excited to complete this math worksheet and show off their answers.
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3. Teaching Division Using Manipulatives
This activity is a favorite tool for teaching division to younger students. Students can divide uniform objects like jelly beans, erasers, marshmallows, and pencils into groups to practice making division models.
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4. Teaching Remainder With Cubes and Whiteboards
Understanding division with remainder can be extremely challenging for young learners. Using cubes to show the leftovers can make this concept much easier to understand. Label what each amount means on the whiteboard to help name each part of the problem.
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5. Teaching Long Division Through Shapes
This unique worksheet helps students better understand long division by equating symbols with different steps. Completing long division with remainders can also be a challenging concept that this worksheet will guide students through!
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6. Baseball Math Game
This simple game is great for any division lesson! Students will better understand the concept of division through playing the fun baseball game. This printable math board game will have all of your students asking to practice more division problems!
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7. Division Tic Tac Toe
These online printable cards will engage your students in division practice. Students will solve division number sentences in order to place an X or an O. Print out multiple worksheets for quick practice and your students will understand division in no time.
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8. Math Puzzle Game
Students will build their division fluency with this division puzzle game. Begin any lesson on division with this mini-lesson where students have word problems and match them with the respective right-answer puzzle piece.
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9. Division Bingo
Students will love this version of bingo paired with a fun card game. Each card will have a division equation and students will try to match it to a fraction circle on their bingo board. This series of questions will have your students actively diving into fractions!
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10. Division for Kids Video
This engaging video goes over division rules and the basics of division. This video is great for students who struggle to understand basic division and will talk them through the bigger concept.
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12. Division Song
This adorable division song will get stuck in your students' heads in a good way! This song can be practiced in class and will better help your students understand how to solve division problems.
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13. Knights Quest Division Game
This division game will engage all of your students! Have students decorate their own knights and use them on their new boards! Students will be talking about division all day!
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14. Long Division Online Practice Game
Students can practice their long division online with this digital platform. Watch as students become experts in the routine of long division and feel confident in their skill set so they can practice it on paper and on exams!
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15. Lucky Division Game
This free printable game will have all of your students smiling as they compete to be division masters. Students will move their pieces for every division equation they solve correctly. This game is best for young learners who first become familiar with division facts.
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16. Sorting Beads Division Game
In this fun and colorful game, students can use an art palette or any dish with multiple slots to practice dividing up beads. Students will put the number of beads in the middle and then divide them amongst the number of labeled sections. Students will love using visual manipulatives to practice their division skills.
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17. Magic Division Wheel
Students will love making this magical-seeming division craft. On each of the petals of this wheel, students put a multiple of the number in the center. Then when the petal is flipped over towards the center, students will reveal the quotient to the math equation. While the division wheel might seem mysterious, students will learn the relationship between multiplication and division.
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18. Division Escape Room
Escape rooms are incredibly popular with kids and adults alike! Print out the division worksheets and purchase some locks (along with a few other materials) and set up the escape room in your classroom. Students will jump for joy out of excitement for these division puzzles.
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19. Deck of Cards Math Division
This free, printable game uses playing cards as an introduction to long division. Students will love referencing playing cards as they solve long division problems.
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20. Long Division Challenge
For more advanced students, try out this long division challenge! Students will start with at least a nine-digit number divided by a one-digit number. Students will then keep dividing the number over and over again until it becomes not divisible by the original number anymore!
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21. Uno Flip Math Card Game
Instead of making flashcards from scratch, use a deck of Uno cards and post-its with a division and equal sign to create equations. Students will become excited by how each equation they create is unique. To make this game more challenging, have students make three or four-digit equations with a remainder!
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22. Division Coloring Pages
For a math lesson during Valentine's Day (or any holiday) print out a color by numbers division worksheet. Make the different quotients different colors and students will need to solve in order to make the correctly colored picture.
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23. Math Word Wall
Students of all ages will love creating a math word wall that will both act as a representation of their learning as well as a visual reminder when solving problems in the classroom. This word wall will allow all students to share their understanding of division vocabulary and be a great way for them to refer back to previous concepts.
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24. Division Heart Puzzle
This adorable heart-shaped puzzle is a new take on dominoes! Students complete the heart by solving all of the equations and placing them next to its quotient. Students will love how their division-solving work turns into a piece of art!
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25. Deep Sea Division Popsicle Game
This adorable printout game is easy to play and set up. Just print out the deep sea division worksheet, cut out the individual strips, and glue them onto popsicle sticks. Students will play by choosing a stick and solving.
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26. Tiny Monster Transport Online Division Game
Students will fall in love with division as they practice their facts to save and transport monsters. Students will need to be fast with their division facts to pick up and carry the monsters in their backpacks. This is a great activity for computer time or a rainy day!
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27. Multiplayer Penguin Basketball Online Division Game
Your students will love playing basketball shooting penguins while solving division problems to score points. Students will be slammed with grade-appropriate division problems to help their penguin score some baskets. This game is great for younger students trying to find interest in division.
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28. Dividing Multiples of Ten Online Game
This interactive online game encourages students to quickly solve division problems quickly and efficiently. Students will use their knowledge of base ten as well as their understanding of different factors to help them choose from multiple answer choices. The aquatic theme will have students engaged and calm as they solve.
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29. Division Derby Online Game
Division Derby is an adorable online game where students compete as a racehorse in a speedy competition. In order to get their horse to go faster, they have to correctly answer a division question. Division Derby supports multiplayer games so students can compete with their friends who can solve division problems the fastest!
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30. Math Pac-Man
Pac-Man lovers will rejoice as they get to play as their favorite gobbling ghost but this time, they'll need to solve division equations to survive. This game is great for kids who already love gaming but struggle to get interested in school work. Soon your game-obsessed students will start asking for more and more division games!
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