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### Short Division tu – Carrying Numbers (extra practise)

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Complete these sums using the short division method. PDF Download Pages: 1

### Using Multiplication To Help With Division (x5)

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You can use the times tables to help you to learn your division facts. Division is the opposite of multiplication. Write down the x5 tables up to 12. Then use…

### Using Multiplication To Help With Division (x2)

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You can use the times tables to help you to learn your division facts. Division is the opposite of multiplication. Write down the x2 tables. Then use it to help…

### Learning to Divide – Grouping in Different Ways (2)

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Circle around the chairs to group them in different ways. Use a different colour for each group.How many groups can you make? Write your answer as a divide sum. PDF…

### Learning to Divide – Grouping in Different Ways (1)

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Circle around the ice-creams to group them in different ways. Use a different colour for each group. How manygroups can you make? Write your answer as a divide sum. PDF…

### Learning to Divide – Grouping

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Division by grouping. Objects or items are placed into groups to show how many each will get.Complete these. Circle the groups. Write a division sum for each. PDF Download Pages:…

### Learning to Divide – Sharing in Different Ways (2)

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Divide means sharing or grouping equally. You can share objects in different ways. PDF Download Pages: 2

### Learning to Divide – Sharing in Different Ways 1

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Dividing means sharing equally. Division is done by sharing objects into equal groups and counting how many are in each group. PDF Download Pages: 2

### Division Bingo (÷2, ÷5, ÷10)

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Put the answer cards face down. Choose 1 answer card, put it on the correct times tables question. Continue playing the game unit all your answer cards have been put…

### Learning to Divide – Sharing

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Division is done by sharing objects into equal groups and counting how many are in each group. Share the items and answer the questions. You can use counters to help…