Long division worksheets, for 2nd to 7th grades – Printable PDFs

long division worksheets 2nd to 7th grades: introduction to division with pictures, diving fruits, division word problems, dividing whole numbers, mixed operations, divisibility, long division, dividing decimals etc

Division 2nd Grade

Division 2nd to 6th Grade

Long division worksheets – PDF printable division math worksheets for children in: Pre-K, Kindergarten, 1st grade, 2nd grade, 3rd grade, 4th grade, 5th grade, 6th grade and 7th grade. These worksheets cover most division subtopics and are were also conceived in line with Common Core State Standards. Look through the links and simply click to print any worksheets you are interested in. Most worksheets have an answer key attached on the second page for reference.

What division is and how these resources help in teaching kids

Division is the act of setting a group apart into a given number of portions or units. Division is denoted ÷ e.g. 6 ÷ 3 = 2. The problem is a mathematical expression initially stated as 6 divided by 3 equal to two. In math terms, b = d x c also b ÷ d = c if d is not zero. In this equation 6 ÷ 3 = 2, 6 is the numerator or dividend while 3 is the divisor or denominator. It is important for kids to familiarize themselves with such division vocabulary. At an early stage, kids in 1st and 2nd grades could be introduced to the concept of division by reinforcing the concept of sharing. E.g. if you have 10 apples and you share it to 5 people, how many does each person have? These are simple classic expressions which could be written mathematically as: 10 ÷ 5 = 2. There are many daily life applications of division which kids need to familiarize themselves with.
At higher grades like 4th, 5th and 6th grades, division becomes more advance and some topics covered include: long division of large numbers, division with and without remainders, division involving decimals, algebra and pre-algebra with division, division of fractions, word problems and more. This page provides a gamut of division exercises which could serve as printable tests, extra homework material and supplementary math course material which teachers and parents can use. These resources are free and hence could be shared on blogs, FaceBook or any social media.