Free Division Word Problems and Solutions

Division word problems can present particular challenges to students because the information isn't presented as plainly as in strictly numerical equations. If your son or daughter needs extra practice with division word problems, look no further. The websites listed here offer free practice problems.

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Thinking Blocks' Spoken Tutorials

Your child can gain a better understanding of division word problems by watching step-by-step animated tutorials from A sweet-toned voice talks listeners through each step toward solving the word problems making the site easier to navigate. Two models of division problems are presented - partitive (how many shares you're partitioning out) and measurement (how many groups you have when you repeatedly subtract a given number). Once your child has mastered basic 1-step problems, he or she can find the remainder in long division equations and other more advanced problems. This site also has multiplication word problems, so it may be helpful for more than one unit from your child's textbook.

Worksheet Works' Word Problem Generator

Free, customized division worksheets are available at Clear options allow you to select the format for your word problems with the simple click of a button. You may create worksheets with both single and multi-digit divisors. Once you've designed the type of division worksheet best suited to your child's needs, you can download and print the file, which will appear as a PDF. You may design and print out several different worksheets, each one focusing on one type of question. Answer keys are included at the end of each worksheet, so you can print them out and set them aside for correcting after your child has completed the equations.

Worksheets Plus' Free Division Word Problems

For instantly generating division word problems, visit This site allows your child to view three word problems at a time, and then press buttons to view answers or a new set of problems. This user-friendly site doesn't have bright colors or distracting graphics. One possible downside is that the answers are written out numerically without detailed written explanations, which may be challenging for beginners.

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