## Welcome to the Division Page

Here Teachers,Parents and Students can find a collection of games and activities in order to help student to improve understanding in math skills such as the following:

• Divisibility rules.
• Divide by two digits numbers.
• Choose numbers with a particular quotient.
• Long Division.
• Division with decimal quotients.
• Divide decimals by whole numbers
• Missing dividend or divisor problems
• Divide decimals by whole numbers
• Divide decimals
• Complete the division table

#### Multiplication-Division-MixedOperations

Click on the question mark box and write the answer. If your answers are correct you will win the game.

#### Division - Quotients - Remainders - Inequalities

Click on the question mark box and write the answer. If your answers are correct you will win the game.

#### Multiplication - Division - Math Puzzle

Click on the question mark box and write the answer (according to the instructions). If your answers are correct you will win the game.

#### Division without Remainders - Division with a Remainder

Click on the question mark box and write the answer. If your answers are correct you will win the car race.

#### Division with Remainders, Mixed Numbers. Decimals

Solve the Equations

#### Division with Remainders Game

Touch the right numbers with you car and you win points otherwise you lose points.

#### Division with Remainders

Drag the right numbers to their correct positions. In the end press ok

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#### Array Model for Division

In this game we create an array (random choice) and the number of squares in this rectangular array is the dividend after we ask for student to visualise a division. The student must divide the rectangular array into equal rectangular arrays so much as the divisor. He draws with a pencil many equal rectangular array with the total number of squares in every array to be the quotient of the division

#### Balance Scale and Division

In this game you must balance the scale with division. Every time you divide the two numbers on two sides of scale and you try to balance the scale. At the end you must have 1 on both sides of scale. iF you have 1 only on left side you lost

#### Long Division

This is a Division game up to four digit numbers. Let's play, let's learn!!!!