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# Fun division activities for grade 6

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Fun division activities for Grade 6 are fantastic ways to enhance your kid's division, multiplication, and subtraction skills. These activities range from solving simple division sentences to long division activities, division word problems, and many more.

## Long division activities for 6th graders

We often say that a journey of a thousand miles begins with a step. Hence, our short and long division activities for 6th graders with multi-digits and remainders are essential in preparing your kids for effectively solving fractions and other advanced math concepts. We should remember that we often use division skills in our daily lives, especially when cooking or shopping, and equal distribution of items, money, and other things with people.

Thus, we are encouraging all 6th graders to engage and have daily practice with these super interesting division activities. Besides, to further boost your kid's confidence, we have allowed them to begin by solving basic division facts before progressing on to more challenging long division exercises.

In addition, we have designed a step-by-step solution guide, wherein they can always refer to it whenever they solve it wrongly. Such a conducive practice environment will make the learning division concept more enjoyable.

### What to consider when solving division activities

Your kids can even solve division problems mentally if they know what to consider when solving division activities.

Firstly, you must note that division is the inverse of multiplication. For instance, if

8 x 4 = 32, then: 32 ÷ 4 = 8 OR 32 ÷ 4 = 4. So if kids can recall their multiplication facts well, it will be easy for them to solve all division problems.

Also, once you already have a mastery of the divisibility rule, you'll be able to solve division activities effortlessly. For instance, all even numbers are divisible by 2. Also, if the last digit of a number is 5 or 10, then that number is divisible by 5. Etc.