# Teaching long division

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### Teaching long division to your beginners is not only fun but easy with these helpful tips and tricks you and your students will love!

Carol Wiebe saved to Division

### Amazing free printable division charts for students to learn their division facts. Students can practice memorization skills with these division charts.

Tiffanii Ferreira saved to 5th grade

### Learn how to teach multi-digit multiplication and long division to students using the traditional algorithm.

### These teaching division strategies and freebies are perfect for upper elementary math students. Includes anchor charts, notebooks, task cards, and more!

Ashley Hill saved to Classroom Coordinator

### Today’s post is fairly simple, yet is written for a few very specific reasons. 1. To let you know that you are not alone! There will be days where you are seriously wondering if you should even be allowed to teach anymore. Or at least, I know I’ve been there! I’ve thought to myself, on many […]

Ashley Yarbrough saved to 3rd grade math

### These teaching division strategies and freebies are perfect for upper elementary math students. Includes anchor charts, notebooks, task cards, and more!

Roxanne green saved to Schooling

### Help struggling students master long division with this color coded graphic organizer that works for any problems! No calculator needed!

### I had already made a reference for long division with decimals as part of a 5th grade math word wall, but the teacher needed a non-decimal reference to support her student. He was having trouble with the standard long division algorithm before decimals even entered the picture. So I made this reference sheet for him. If you have students who are also struggling with long division, I hope they find this reference sheet helpful. You can find the free long division cheat sheet here.

Scaffolded Math and Science saved to Long Division

### Teaching dividing with area models and partial quotient does have to be hard. This step-by-step plan helps students understand this

Vonda Wangemann saved to math