Timed Division Test Practice for Kids

Once students learn simple division facts, it's important that they are able to recall them quickly because it can help students work more efficiently in later math classes. It can also make them less reliant on calculators. These sites offer free division practice to help your child improve.

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Hooda Math's Free Tests

Your child can practice his or her division skills with this free online test. You can customize this test by deciding what operation your child will be tested on. The choices include addition, subtraction, multiplication, division or a mix of all of them. You can also decide how many questions there will be.

A timer is built in and counts up starting as soon as you begin playing the game. A marker on the side of the page will indicate whether the answers were right or wrong. Afterward, your son or daughter can choose to e-mail the results from these games to you or a math teacher.

Math Drills' Worksheets

You can convert any division worksheet into a timed test. Simply print a worksheet from Math Drills and decide how long you want to give your child to complete it. You could set a timer for 5-10 minutes to give your child a quick review, like a pop quiz. Alternately, you could set the timer for 30 or 40 minutes to recreate a full-length test setting.

These worksheets are printable and cannot be completed online. All worksheets come with answer keys; however, explanations are not included. Dozens of worksheets are offered here covering different types of division. You can choose long division problems with or without remainders and long division problems with decimal quotients. The titles of the worksheets specify how many digits the numbers in each equation will have, so you can find one that will meet your child's needs.

Timed Test from MrMyers.org

Your students can practice for a timed division test by completing this timed test online. The timer is automatically set at three minutes, but you can reset it to better suit your child. While taking the test, your child can keep track of how much time has elapsed and how much time he or she has left at the top of the screen. This test is fully online and requires a constant Internet connection. The division problems here have a single digit being divided into a 2-digit number. These are meant to be mental math, so your child shouldn't need scrap paper to work with.

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