4th Grade Division Worksheets

These division worksheets are great practice for your students to master their division skills including averages, conversions, remainders and factors.
Updated on: August 30, 2017

  • Addition, Multiplication, and Division

    Help students understand the distributive property with the addition, multiplication, and division problems in this math worksheet. Students are asked to complete each number sentence or equation with the missing number.

  • Averages

    After teaching students to find averages, have them practice what they've learned by finding the average of each set of numbers in this math worksheet.

  • Conversions: Capacity

    Test your students ability to multiply and divide along with the conversion table to convert ounces, cups, pints, quarts, and gallons.

  • Conversions: Length

    Students will use their multiplication and division skills along with the conversion table in this worksheet to convert measurements into inches, feet, yards, and miles.

  • Dividing by One-Digit Numbers I

    Students practice long division where the divisors are less than 5 and the quotient contains a remainder. Students will divide three-digit numbers by one-digit numbers, estimate their answers, and find remainders.

  • Dividing by One-Digit Numbers II

    In this worksheet students will need to divide large numbers by a single digit to find the quotient.

  • Division With Remainders I

    For each division problem in this worksheet, students practice long division and find the remainder.

  • Division With Remainders II

    Students will practice long division and find the remainder. To solve these problems, students should know their time tables for numbers greater than 5.

  • Division with Remainders III

    Give students practice finding quotients with remainders by performing long division and writing the remainder for each problem.

  • Division with Remainders IV

    Provide students with more practice dividing numbers. Students perform long division to find the quotient and remainder for each problem.

  • Factors of Numbers From 1-100

    In this math worksheet, students write the factors for each number and make observations about their answers.

  • Factors of Numbers From 1-30

    Review the factors of numbers from 1 to 30 with this math worksheet. Students are asked to write all the factors of each number and write all the prime numbers that are less than 30.

  • Factors of Numbers From 31 to 65

    Give students practice finding factors of large numbers. In this math worksheet, students are asked to find all the factors of each number and write all the prime numbers between 31 and 65.

  • Factors of Numbers From 66 to 100

    Review the factors of numbers from 66 to 100 with this math worksheet. Students are asked to write all the factors of each number and write all the prime numbers in this range.

  • Long Division

    Introduce the steps of long division with the examples and practice problems in these math printables.

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