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# Division Facts - Grade 4

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Division problems are the opposite of multiplication problems. In division we have begun with a large number and then divided it into small groups. Multiplication combines several small groups to get a large group.
Many students refer to these as the GAZINTAS, meaning that seven GOES INTO 49 seven times.
Division facts always come out even, meaning that when the large number is divided into several small ones, there is none left over. In the case of 49 divided by 7, all of the groups would have 7 pieces.
Please see below for a selection of Leveled Lessons for Below Level (basic), and/or On Level (median), and/or Above Level (competent) readers.

Exploding Star

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Math Practice Test: Computation - Grade 3

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Math Practice Test: Computation - Grade 3

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What's on the Tube? - Learning Basic Division Facts

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Television Division - Learning Basic Division Facts

(Learning Activity)

Math Practice Test: Computation - Grade 4

(Test Prep)

Create a large multiplication chart by writing the numbers 1-10 across the top and 1-10 down the sides of a large sheet of white paper that has been drawn with grid lines. Then have students help you fill in the answers to multiplication problems going across and down the chart. Students can use this to help them remember multiplication facts, but they can also use it for division. For the problem 45 divided by 9, have them find the nines row, go across until they see the number 45, then go up to the top to see the answer, which is 5. This also works if they care to go down a column first. This chart is also a great way for students to see that multiplication and division are actually opposites of each other.