- Averages
- Choosing the Operation: Multiply or Divide? I
- Choosing the Operation: Multiply or Divide? II
- Choosing the Operation: Multiply or Divide? III
- Choosing the Operation: Multiply or Divide? IV
- Choosing the Operation: Word Problems I
- Choosing the Operation: Word Problems III
- Dividing and Multiplying by 10
- Dividing by 10 with Dollars and Dimes
- Dividing by 2
- Dividing by 3
- Dividing by 4
- Dividing by 5
- Dividing with Remainders I
- Dividing with Remainders II
- Dividing with Remainders III

Students find the average of a set of numbers in this statistics worksheet. If necessary, remind them that the average of a set of quantities is the sum of the quantities divided by the number of quantities.

To complete the equations in this printable math worksheet, children must choose the operation: multiplication or division.

In this printable math worksheet, students must choose the operation that will complete the number sentence: multiplication or division.

In this math worksheet, students must choose the operation—multiplication or division—that will complete the number sentence.

Choose whether to multiply or divide to solve the word problems and number sentences in this math worksheet. For the second section, students must perform the inverse operation to reach the answer.

This printable math worksheet features word problems requiring skills in multiplication, division, addition, and subtraction. Children will need to choose which order of operation is appropriate for each question.

In these real-life word problems, students choose the operation—either multiplication or division—that is appropriate for each exercise.

In this division worksheet, children divide 2-digit, 3-digit, 4-digit, and 5-digit numbers by 10.

Using dollars and dimes as guides, students divide by 10 to solve the problems and determine how much money is pictured.

Pictures of nests provide clues in this printable math worksheet; children divide the eggs equally into two nests, completing basic division problems.

Divide the money equally among the three purses. Then, write a division problem to show the work for each exercise.

Students practice dividing by 4 in this division worksheet. They distribute the food items to each of the 4 plates to make sure each child gets the same amount to eat. Then, they write a number sentence to represent each picture.

Students write number sentences to show how many cubes are in each stack. This exercise requires children to divide by 5.

Solving division problems tests children's knowledge of times tables. If they have difficulty with long division, "walk" them through a few examples.

Most of the division questions in this printable math worksheet involve remainders. Both horizontal and long division are used here.

Solve these horizontal division problems by dividing 1-digit numbers into 2-digit numbers, then determining the remainders.

- Dividing with Remainders IV
- Dividing with Remainders V
- Dividing with Remainders VI
- Finding Fractions
- Long Division
- Long Division With Remainders I
- Long Division With Remainders II
- Mixed Division
- Mixed Division: Dividing by 10
- Mixed Tables: Dividing Pennies
- Mixed Tables: Raindrop Multiplication & Division
- Multiplication and Division Word Problems I
- Multiplication and Division Word Problems II
- Multiplication and Division Word Problems III
- Multiplication and Division Word Problems IV
- Multiplication and Division Word Problems V

Solve these long division problems by dividing 1-digit numbers into 2-digit numbers, then determining the remainders.

These mixed division problems test students' knowledge of a variety of math topics: horizontal division, long division, mental math, and dividing with remainders.

These mixed division problems give students practice with horizontal division, long division, mental math, and dividing with remainders.

To find the answer to these problems, students multiply a whole number (or unit fraction) by a fraction.

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

Use this worksheet to have students work on completing long division in sample math problems. Encourage students to use mental math to work through this strategy and find remainders. These problems ask children to divide by 2, 3, 4, or 5.

Have children perform long division to solve these problems. To find the answers, students will be required to use mental math and find remainders. These division problems ask children to divide by 6, 7, 8, or 9.

This worksheet features a variety of division problems, including word problems, horizontal division, long division, mental math, and dividing with remainders.

Give students practice dividing by 10 in this division worksheet. Students should recognize quickly that dividing multiples of 10 by 10 results in the removal of the final zero.

In this printable math worksheet, students divide the 12 pennies equally. Then, they draw the coins and write the problem to show how many each person gets.

Find the numbers missing in the equations on this printable math worksheet. Both multiplication and division are required to complete these problems.

This printable math worksheet features multiplication and division word problems. To complete the exercises, children may have to perform the inverse operation of the one named.

These real-life word problems require children to multiply or divide to find the solutions.

These real-life word problems involving units of measure and money require children to multiply or divide to find the solutions.

Use this worksheet to show students how they can use units of measure to solve real-life problems. Students must choose between multiplying and dividing to find the solutions.

Students use multiplication and division to solve real-life word problems in this math printable.