Are you looking for a fun, interactive math activity to help your fourth-grade students practice advanced division skills? Check out this online division lesson from iKnowIt.com! Students will work on division with three-digit quotients in this interactive math activity. You will definitely want to try out this math lesson with your students, and soon they will be experts at division with remainders.
Here are a few examples of division problems students will be expected to solve in this online division game: 832 divided by 5; 556 divided by 5; and 357 divided by 2. Students may even be asked to solve a word problem like this one: "Ms. Nash has 987 chapter books that need to be put on bookshelves in the school library. If she divides the books equally between six bookshelves, how many books will be on each bookshelf? How many books will be left over?" If students get stuck on a division problem, they can click on the "Hint" button. The hint will offer the first step in solving the division problem, "Divide the hundreds," without giving away the answer. When students answer a question incorrectly, a detailed explanation page will provide the right answer accompanied by an easy-to-follow explanation to help children learn from their mistakes.
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We hope you and your fourth-grade class will have fun practicing division with three-digit quotients in this interactive math activity! Be sure to check out the hundreds of 4th grade math lessons we have available on our website as well.
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Children will log into the "I Know It" website using their own username and password. From the kid-friendly homepage, they can quickly access the math activities you have assigned to them for practice. If you choose to give them the option in your administrator settings, kids can also try out other math activities at their grade level and beyond for extra review or an added challenge. Grade levels in the student mode of "I Know It" are labeled with letters instead of numbers (i.e. "Level D" for fourth grade), making it easy for you to assign lessons based on each child's needs and skill level.
This online math lesson is classified as Level D. It may be ideal for a fourth-grade class.
Numbers and Operations in Base Ten
Students will use their understanding of place value and the properties of operations to perform multi-digit arithmetic. Students will find whole-number quotients and remainders with up to four-digit dividends and one-digit divisors, using strategies based on place value, the properties of operations, and/or the relationship between multiplication and division.
Division with Remainders (2-Digit Quotients) (Level D)
In this fourth grade-level math lesson, students will practice division with remainders and two-digit quotients. Questions are presented in fill-in-the-blank format.
Division with 2- and 3-Digit Quotients (Level D)
In this math lesson geared toward fourth-grade, students will practice division with 2- and 3-digit quotients. Questions are presented in fill-in-the-blank format.