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Practice basic division with this interactive math practice activity. This third grade-level math lesson will give students the opportunity to strengthen their division skills with a variety of math question formats, including fill-in-the-blank and multiple choice questions. Students will be asked questions such as: "Find the quotient: 7 / 1 =" and "0 / 5 =".

If students need a little extra help in their basic division practice, they can click the 'Hint' button. They will be be given a relevant written clue that pertains to the division fact in question. For example, "The Zero Property of Division states that the quotient of zero divided by any number is zero," or "The Identity Property of Division states that the quotient of any number divided by 1 is that number." If students answer a problem incorrectly, they will be shown a detailed explanation page complete with the rule that applies to the specific division fact presented and the complete division fact written out with the quotient. The hint and explanation features help students gain a greater understanding of each problem, allowing them to learn from their mistakes and improve throughout the lesson.

We designed 'I Know It' as a math practice website to help elementary-aged students gain confidence and proficiency in their math skills, including basic division with 0s and 1s. Our website is easy to navigate, featuring kid-approved animated characters, bright colors, large icons, and a playful design. Students enjoy using our math program and receiving awards and positive feedback from the cute characters, while teachers appreciate the variety and quality of the math content available for kindergarten through fifth grade.

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We hope you will try out this division with 0s and 1s math lesson with your students today! Be sure to explore our extensive collection of other math topics on iKnowIt.com!

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This interactive math activity is categorized as a Level C lesson. It may be ideal for third grade students.

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Operations and Algebraic Thinking

Students will represent and solve problems involving multiplication and division. They should be able to interpret whole-number quotients of whole numbers. They should also be able to use multiplication and division within one hundred to solve word problems and fluently multiply and divide within one hundred.

Dividing by 2s (Level C)

In this third grade-level math lesson, students will practice dividing by twos. Math problems are presented in a variety of formats, including fill-in-the-blank and multiple choice.

Dividing by 3s (Level C)

Students will practice dividing whole numbers by threes in this math practice activity written at a third grade level. Math problems are presented in various formats, such as multiple choice and fill-in-the-blank.