Divide and conquer with our division topic. It's one you'll want to share with your colleagues though! Perfect for all types including division through times table facts, compact methods such as long and short division and division through repeated subtraction.
Supports a range of maths skills, make the sums on the scales balance. Super! From Wmnet.
Add, subtract, divide and multiply to hit the target number. Letters are also generated to support Literacy lessons and spelling. A great way to start the day in a different and challenging way each morning.
A good revision powerpoint. You don't see the digits slide across the page though.
We love this activity which you can select levels of difficulty. For KS2 plus. Requires the Flash player to work.
Level 1 starts with questions like 99 divided by 9. You need to click on the answer.
Simple TU divided by U activity - make sure you choose 'Division' from the dropdown at the top of the screen.
Great for generating division sums.Level one deals with low numbers including units - level three deals with numbers from hundred tens and units.
A good clear animated demonstration of these concepts with sweets and children. Click 'Interactive Whiteboard Activity' to get started.
This activity requires the free Adobe Flash player plug-in for your web browser.
Share out the food, to the 3 bears. A lovely resource ideal for Foundation stage and Ks1.
We love the multiple choice option which speeds this game up. Great.
A teacher led division through chunking (subtraction) activity. (Long division)
This activity needs a Flash player to be installed on your computer.
Unjumble the numbes and make the numbers do the working in this classic remake.
We use this lots! Make groups by clicking and dragging the objects to the number line. If you are unsure of how to use ITPs like this one. Ask your Mathematics coordinator or Mathematics Local Authority consultant for advice.
Practise division sums against the clock. Very customisable. Two levels of difficulty and based on a timer. Ideal for KS1 and lower KS2.
Practise against the clock - addition, subtraction, multiplication and division sums. Very customisable ie for addition you can select +1 and every sum includes a random number and always +1. Two levels of difficulty and based on a timer. This really is the site for any operation. Ideal for Ks1 and lower Ks2. Includes an option to throw in all operations or mixed multiplication and division or mixed addition and subtraction.,
We love moving digits because it illustrates the way x and division of numbers by 10,100,1000 works.
A great plenary for KS2 and confident KS1 children. You are given number cards 9,1,9 and need to place them in a possible order *+*=*. Great for problem solving activities.
These are the type of questions we found on this site which also includes addition, subtraction and multiplication questions.
Memorial Elementary School is having a school play. 2 students from each of the 9 classrooms will be chosen to be in the play. How many students will be in the school play altogether?
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