Get ready to practice division skills with your students! This fifth grade interactive math lesson will turn your students into division experts in no time! Students will solve for the quotient and remainder in a variety of math problems that will challenge their division skills. In addition to traditional-format division problems, students will be asked to solve division word problems as well.
Here are some examples of math problems students may be asked in this division lesson: "3,602/5 =" "4,983/7 =" and "Minty Fresh Toothpaste Company distributed 2,874 samples of toothpaste evenly to five local dentist offices. How many samples did each office get? How many samples were left over?"
If students need a little extra help solving the division problems in this online math lesson, they can click the hint button, which will show them the first step in solving the problem: dividing the hundreds. If students answer a question incorrectly, they will be shown a detailed explanation page that takes them through all the steps to solving the division problem the right way: dividing the hundreds, dividing the tens, and dividing the ones.
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This online math lesson is categorized as Level E. It may be ideal for your fifth grade class.
Number and Operations in Base Ten
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Division: 4-Digit Dividend, 2-Digit Divisor (Level E)
In this fifth grade-level math lesson, students will practice division with four-digit dividends and 2-digit divisors. Students will solve for the quotient and remainder. Word problems are included in this interactive division lesson.
Dividing Whole Numbers by 10, 100, or 1,000 (Level E)
Students will practice dividing whole numbers by 10, 100, or 1,000 in this interactive math practice activity at a fifth grade level. Math problems include multiple choice, drag-and-drop, and fill-in-the-blank.