Long division requires perseverance, practice, and times table fluency. By the end of fourth grade, our students are expected to show mastery with long division (one digit divisor and four digit dividends). One area of continual frustration that many teachers experience is the limited computational resources found in our current math series This packet was designed tp help with that problem - so that your students can meet this standard with success.
The student packet will provide your students with 26 A to Z coded worksheets that are broken down by skills within the long division process. The division templates and arrows will help your students stay organized and give them step-by-step process help, so they can focus on the long division process.
Answer keys, a division check your work organizer, and a multiples worksheet are also included. As students move along, they work on increasingly more complex skills in a gradual progression. A pre-assessment can be given to determine skills level prior to working on the packet, and gives you the option to differentiate the practice packets. A post-assessment in the same format is also provided for summative assessment.
• Copy student packs to teach division through whole-class guided instruction.
• Use in small groups for intervention, remediation or tutoring..
• Use in your basic skills program.
• Incorporate it into lessons during transitions such as warm-ups, exit tickets, and for early finishers.
• Assign packet as a homework project, or individual worksheets for daily homework.
• Provide packet page(s) for extra credit.
• Give students re-do options after assessment show more practice is needed.
• Use in math centers.
• Provide packets to parents during conferences for extra help.
• Assign as a culminating activity project.
If your students are struggling with long division, look no further - this packet has helped my students each year master long division, and has become my Go-To!
NOTE: This packet is IDENTICAL to the No Prob'llama ! Long Division Packet except it is without the Llama theme. If you think your students would enjoy the llama trivia questions at the bottom of each worksheet and llama pictures (and the No Prob'llama saying), I recommend going with that packet instead linked here: A-Z Long Division No Prob'llama
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