Learning division in your homeschool can be a dreaded thing. Once we hit division, especially long division, I know that we are moving up in the math difficulty in our homeschool! If you have a child that struggles with math, or you struggle to teach it this can be a hard concept to introduce.
I have a child that easily gets overwhelmed when a new math concept is introduced. She tends to clam up and shut down before she can even understand it. This can be extremely frustrating for both the parent and the student. When things like this happen I know that I need to mix things up a bit. This is where free worksheets can be a huge blessing.
Thankfully, there are some amazing resources online that you can use! I like to search for a specific concept that we want to focus on, and find different ways to help teach it. You can even create a folder of worksheets for confusing or dreaded topics. Then you can pull them out when your child needs to take a break from the textbook, or computer, if you are using a computer program.
If you are working on division facts in your homeschool math program, these FREE Division Worksheets should come in handy:
Math Geek Mama has some great division helps:
We know how tricky math can be, so our team has created a fun resource to help you out:
FREE Division Practice with Superheroes – this unique packet of worksheets will help your kids learn basic division skills and use cute superheroes to encourage and motivate your students along the way. It is an instant download with 32 worksheets that have superheroes showing your kids different ways to write and solve the division problems.
We enjoy these games and books to help solidify and practice division skills:
Cheetah Math: Learning About Division from Baby Cheetahs (Animal Math)Math for Minecrafters: Adventures in Multiplication & DivisionThe Multiplying Menace Divides (Charlesbridge Math Adventures)The Great Divide: A Mathematical MarathonSTEM game PET ME for Multiplication and Division math board gameDivision War (Flash Kids Flash Cards)Multiplication & Division Bingo Game
If you have a child that struggles with math you will enjoy this helpful post:
Sarah is a wife, daughter of the King and Mama to 4 children (one who is a homeschool graduate)! She is a an eclectic, Charlotte Mason style homeschooler that has been homeschooling for over 16 years now. She is still trying to find the balance between work and keeping a home and says she can only do it by the Grace of God, and Coffee!
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