DIVISION STRATEGIES USING PLACE VALUE (partitioning ‐ HTU by U for years 8 to 12)

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This 3-page worksheet:

  • Offers exercises in recording division using place value - divide a multiple of the divisor and the remaining number and then add the partial quotients - so that they can easily understand how division works.
  • Helps them learn how to partition numbers into hundreds, tens and ones, for mastering the role of place value in dividing.
  • Teaches how to record division using partitioning, for improvement of understanding division: break the dividend into parts that are easy to divide as hundreds, tens and ones, solve these problems and then add the partial quotients.
  • Shows learners what to do with examples of division, for them to be confident that they are capable mathematicians.
  • Provides instructions to partition numbers - where a multiple of the divisor and the remaining number are divided - for helping learners quickly figure out the strategies that they prefer and work for them.
  • Offers a different approach to division of HTU by U, for facilitating learners' development.
  • Links to mental methods of division by using place value, for ease of understanding.

You are teaching how to record division and recall that it is the inverse of multiplication: so this will be easy!

But, when you are showing 182 divided by 4, there is a remainder 2, right? How will you explain to an eight year old that division is just the inverse of multiplication?

Are you after regular mathematics practice? This worksheet explains for 8 to 12 year olds how division works for three digit numbers divided by a one digit number, so that they may understand the inverse relationship between multiplication and division clearly.


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