- Calculate the Mean
- Changing Improper Fractions to Mixed Numbers
- Conversions: Capacity
- Conversions: Length
- Converting Units of Measure I
- Converting Units of Measure II
- Distance & Speed Word Problems I
- Distance & Speed Word Problems II
- Dividing by Larger Numbers I
- Dividing by Larger Numbers II
- Dividing by Ones I
- Dividing by Ones II
- Dividing by Tens
- Division of 3-Digit Decimal Numbers by 2, 3 & 4
- Division of 3-Digit Decimal Numbers by 5, 6, 7, 8 & 9
- Estimating Quotients
- Factors of Numbers from 1 to 30
- Factors of Numbers from 31 to 65
- Factors of Numbers from 66 to 100
- Finding Percentages
- Greatest Common Factor

Students will learn how to calculate the mean—or average—of each number list by adding the list and dividing by the quantity of numbers. Students will also practice working backward from the mean to determine the missing number in a number list.

In this math worksheet, students use their knowledge of multiplication to change mixed numbers into improper fractions and division to change improper fractions into mixed numbers.

Teach students how to convert ounces, cups, pints, quarts, and gallons with the conversion chart in this measurement worksheet. Students must determine whether to multiply or divide by the unit of capacity for each conversion.

The conversion table in this measurement printable shows how to convert inches, feet, yards, and miles. Students must determine whether to multiply or divide by the unit of length for each conversion.

In this worksheet students must convert dollars to cents, cents to dollars, centimeters to millimeters, and millimeters to centimeters.

Use multiplication and division to convert metric units in this math worksheet. Students must convert centimeters to meters, meters to centimeters, meters to kilometers, and kilometers to meters.

Gives students practice using multiplication and division to solve word problems. To solve the problems in this math worksheet, students will use variations of the formula Distance = Speed x Time.

To solve these speed word problems, students use the information given and variations of the formula Distance = Speed x Time. This math worksheet gives students practice multiplying, dividing, and working with formulas.

Use these long division problems to give students practice dividing three-digit numbers by two-digit numbers. In the first section, students use fraction remainders to solve problems. Students requirements in the second section changes as they now need to use unit remainders.

Give students more practice dividing three-digit numbers by two-digit numbers with these long division problems. In the first section, students use fraction remainders. In the second section, they use unit remainders.

In this long division worksheet, students divide each three-digit number by a single digit. In the first section, students use fraction remainders as their method for solving their problems. In the second section, they will switch to using unit remainders.

Give students more practice dividing by ones. In this long division worksheet, students divide each three-digit number by a single digit. In the first portion of the activity, students will use fraction remainders. In the second section, they will use unit remainders to solve the problems.

In this long division worksheet, students divide three-digit numbers by tens. In the first section, students use fraction remainders. In the second section, they use unit remainders.

Students can use this long division worksheet to practice decimal division. Students must divide three-digit decimal numbers by 2, 3, or 4.

Use this long division worksheet to give students more practice with decimal division. Students must divide three-digit decimal numbers by 5, 6, 7, 8, or 9.

To estimate each quotient, students round the dividend to a compatible number (a multiple of the divisor). Then, they apply their knowledge of basic division facts to divide using mental math.

In this math worksheet students will practice working with factors. To solve each section students will need to write and circle factors as well as write down all the prime numbers that are less than 30.

Have your students practice identifying factors and prime numbers between 31 and 65 with this worksheet.

In the first section of this math printable, students write all the factors of each number. In the second section, they circle all the factors of each number. In the third section, they write down all the prime numbers between 66 and 100.

Students use their understanding of percentages, division, and multiplication to find the given percentage of each number. Explain that we divide the whole number by 100, then multiply by the percentage we want to find the answer.

Give students practice finding factors, common factors, and the greatest common factor. In this math worksheet, students will find the factors for each number; then, they will circle the common factors and find the greatest common factor for each set of numbers.

- Mean, Median, and Mode
- More Complex Fraction Problems
- Multiplication & Division Speed Trials
- Multiplying and Dividing by 10
- Multiplying and Dividing by 10 & 100
- Multiplying and Dividing by 10 with Decimals
- Multiplying by 10, 100, and 1,000
- Recognizing Equivalent Fractions
- Recognizing Multiples of 6-12
- Simple Use of Parentheses: Mixed Practice
- Simple Use of Parentheses: Multiplying & Dividing
- The Simplest Form of Fractions
- Times Tables for Division: Dividing by 2, 3, 4, 5 & 10
- Times Tables for Division: Dividing by 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 & 10
- Times Tables for Division: Dividing by 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 & 10
- Times Tables for Division: Dividing by 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 & 10
- Times Tables for Division: Dividing by 3 & 4
- Word Problems Involving Time II

For each number set in this statistics worksheet, students determine the mean, median, and mode.

These complex fraction problems ask children to find 3⁄5, 7⁄10, or 2⁄3 of each dollar amount or measurement. Ensure that children are dividing the amount by the denominator and multiplying the result by the numerator to find each answer.

When students are comfortable multiplying and dividing numbers, give them this worksheet to test their speed and accuracy. This math printable gives students practice with horizontal multiplication and division.

Children practice multiplying and dividing by 10 to solve the horizontal multiplication and division problems in this math worksheet. In the final two sections, the inverse operation is used for solving the problems.

These horizontal multiplication and division problems give students practice multiplying and dividing by 10 and 100. In the first two sections, students find the products and the quotients. In the final two sections, the inverse operation is used for solving the problems.

Students practice multiplying and dividing by 10 to solve the horizontal multiplication and division problems in this math worksheet. In the final two sections, the inverse operation is used for solving the problems. Some of these problems give students practice with decimals.

What happens when a number is multiplied or divided by 10, 100, or 1,000? In the first and third sections of this worksheet, students multiply large numbers by 10, 100, and 1,000. In the second and last sections, students perform the inverse operation (division) to find the answers.

Students use their knowledge of multiplication and division to find the missing number that makes each pair of fractions equal. They apply the same method to make each row of fractions equal in the second half of this math worksheet.

Multiples of 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, and 12 are reviewed in this multiplication worksheet. In each section, students will use their knowledge of times tables to circle the multiples of the given number.

Use this activity to review the order of operations concept with students. Students should they work out the problem within any brackets first, before they multiply, divide, add, or subtract the results.

Review the order of operations with this math worksheet. Remind students that they must work out the brackets first, before they multiply or divide the results. These multi-step arithmetic problems involve addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division.

Students use their knowledge of multiplication and division to find the missing number that will simplify the fraction. They apply the same method to make each row of fractions equal in the second half of this math worksheet.

The horizontal division problems in this math worksheet will help students remember the times tables by dividing by 2, 3, 4, 5, and 10.

Help students remember the 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, and 10 times tables by solving the horizontal division problems in this math worksheet.

Use division to help students recall their times tables. Students must divide by 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, and 10 to solve the horizontal division problems in this math worksheet.

To solve these horizontal division problems, students must divide by 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, and 10.

Students use their knowledge of the three and four times tables to work the division problems in this math worksheet.

These real-life word problems require students to multiply or divide units of time (minutes, hours, or days).