Use the long division practice problems to help your child gain fluency in the long division method. These are for those that need a little more support in the beginning. Teachers love how it gives students boxes, so they know where all of the numbers go! Download and print the exercises to help them learn how to divide larger numbers. They are suitable for 4th, 5th, 6th and even 7th grade students depending on the state math standards. With practice and patience they will turn something that seems hard into an easy routine.
Dividends have two or three digits and divisors have one or two digits. The long division exercises with remainders are partially completed and partially blank, in each practice sheet. This helps the child memorize the steps and fosters confidence. The filled-in numbers serve as examples.
The quotients and remainders of even pages match the quotients and remainders of corresponding divisions in odd pages; that way you can check your answers in pairs. For example, the student that worked with sheet a.2 can check answers with the student that worked with sheet b.2. Using the sheets this way can be turned into a game of who has the most answers right, or into a colaborative game of completing the worksheets together.