# 5th Grade division worksheets

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Your kids will grasp the best division skills as they engage in these *5th Grade division worksheets with answers*. Being one of the four basic operations in math, kids need to master its skills at their fingertips. However, to help them gain mastery of this division concept, we will create many stimulating division worksheets involving *dividing whole numbers, fractions, and decimals by whole numbers*. Also, we will design fun practice with *division facts up to 12 practice *and* divisibility rule worksheets*, helping to enhance their understanding of numbers and solve division problems quickly.

In addition to these division exercises, your kids will enjoy solving our fascinating division word problems, wherein they will apply their division skills in real-world situations, thus, enhancing your 5^{th} grader's reasoning and critical thinking skills. As you'll realize, our effort in this resource is for kids to learn the division concept in an exciting way while mastering key division skills like long division with remainders, division as the inverse of multiplication, division rules and properties, simplifying fractions, finding equivalent fractions, etc.

Moreover, while practicing how to divide fractions by whole numbers, your 5^{th} graders will equally learn how to use the rule of multiplying by the reciprocal, which means flipping the second number and changing the division sign to a multiplication sign. Above all, while solving long division problems, they will realize it can enhance their understanding of place value, multiplication, and subtraction skills.

One remarkable thing to note about these worksheets is that they all have solutions and answer sheets that kids can refer to and do corrections in their areas of mistakes.

## Dividing whole numbers, fractions, and decimals by whole numbers

Our *dividing whole numbers, fractions, and decimals by whole numbers* worksheets Grade 5 are given to provide your kids with simple strategies for solving long division with remainders and understanding division as the inverse of multiplication. We must recall that division helps to split numbers, objects, or people into equal parts of groups. Before solving any division problem, we must ensure that a division sentence is in the form of **dividend ****÷**** divisor = quotient**. We can also present this division sentence as dividend/divisor = quotient.

For example 16 ÷ 8 = 2

dividend ÷ divisor = quotient

in our __ 5th Grade division worksheets__, we will begin by teaching kids how to divide whole numbers by whole numbers. This foundational skill is vital in solving advanced complex division problems of fractions, decimals, ratios and percentages. The standard long-division algorithm is the best strategy for dividing multi-digit whole numbers by whole numbers. It helps to break down a large number into smaller parts and determine how many times one number goes into another. It follows a four-step continuous process:

**divide, multiply, subtract,**and

**bring down**.

For basic one-digit by one-digit or two-digits by one, kids can use their divisibility or division facts skills to solve easily.

- For instance,
*share 10 oranges to 5 kids*.Considering that division facts are number sentences related to times table knowledge, we'll quickly recall that 10 ÷ 5 = 2.

- Another example is 4924 ÷ 84. When dividing multi-digit numbers, we'll use the long-division method.

Insert example of long division here

Also, 5^{th} graders will learn how to divide fractions by whole numbers. One thing to note when dividing fractions by whole numbers is that we will first turn the whole number into a fraction by placing it over one(1). Next, we change the division sign into multiplication and flip the second fraction, i.e., the divisor (whole number). Finally, we find the product by multiplying the numerator with the numerator and the denominator with the denominator

First: 5/6 ÷ 3 → ⅚ ÷3/1

Secondly: 5/6 × ⅟3 (as the reciprocal of 3/1 is ⅟3)

Thirdly: 5/6 × 1/3 = 5/18

Therefore, 5/6 ÷ 3 = 5/18.

Moreover, dividing decimals by whole numbers is a perfect skill for kids to master, as it will help them quickly work with money, measurements, and percentage problems. This concept uses the same steps as the long division of whole numbers by whole numbers. However, you must pay much attention to the decimal point as it will be placed in the quotient directly above the decimal point in the dividend.

Besides solving simple short and long-division problems, you may face situations where you must practice long division with remainders. In this case, note that a certain amount will be left over in a problem that cannot be solved evenly. Hence, we will provide worksheets with step-by-step solving division with remainders for kids to see how it works efficiently.

*How 5th Grade Long division worksheets can enhance multiplication and subtraction skills*

Apart from solving real-life problems using division skills, we will also find out * how 5th Grade long division worksheets can enhance multiplication and subtraction skills*. As we said earlier, to solve long division, we usually use three math skills, i.e.,

**division, multiplication,**and

**subtraction**. As you can see, out of the four basic math operations, mastering the first three (addition, subtraction, and multiplication) is not only mandatory but vital to a perfect understanding of division. In line with this, you'll realize that the long division practice will not be challenging but instead engaging and fun.

Consistent practice and solving division problems will enhance proficiency in division, multiplication, and subtraction skills. Also, we must always remember that division is the inverse of multiplication. This means that, after solving a division problem, we can verify if the quotient (answer) is accurate by multiplying the quotient by the divisor. If the product is equivalent to the dividend, then your quotient was correct. On the other hand, in situations where the quotient had a remainder, we multiply the quotient with the divisor and add the remainder.