A set of 6-12 worksheets and a quiz on basic division facts from 0-10, designed for third grade level.
This is a multi-version pack, with A and B versions for your convenience: the A version has 12 worksheets before the quiz and has a slower progression through the concepts, while the B version has only 6 worksheets before the quiz and advances at a more rapid pace. You'll find pdfs of both versions in the zip file, along with a third pdf explaining the letter variations in more detail.
Can be used in tutoring or as a resource with specific students who need more focused practice on the concept. May be used to quickly review concept or help student re-learn it. I recommend using different pages on different days so the student has to move information in and out of memory more.
I created this to use with my tutoring students; if they've mastered multiplication facts but are struggling with division facts, this set of worksheets gives them the practice they need--along with a review of the useful strategies. Since the assumption is that students using these worksheets have already learned their multiplication facts, there is no concentrated review of ×2, ×5, etc. but rather an increasingly higher set of numbers to divide (up to 25, then 36, then 49, etc.). This is designed to build familiarity with division facts through tying them to the multiplication facts the student already knows.
NOTE: The only difference between this set of worksheets and the Division Facts for 4th grade
is that these worksheets do not introduce 11s or 12s at all, whereas the 4th grade set teaches up through 11s and 12s. Choose the set you want by whether you plan on introducing 11s and 12s to your students, or whether you want to teach only through 10s.
This set of worksheets was created by Destiny Woods. You can find more Individualized Math worksheets here
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