6.NS.B.2 Divide multi-digit numbers using the standard algorithm

Posted: August 26, 2014 in Advance, Periods 1&2, Periods 3&4

Fluently divide multi-digit numbers using the standard algorithm.

  1. Divide 4-digit numbers by 2-digit numbers using long division (no remainder)

    Divide 4-digit numbers by 2-digit numbers using long division (no remainder)

    COMMON CORE: 6.NS.B.2 | BY: LIZA COPE

    In this lesson you will learn how to divide a 4 digit number by a two digit number by using long division.

  2. Use double division to divide 4-digit numbers by 3-digit numbers

    Use double division to divide 4-digit numbers by 3-digit numbers

    COMMON CORE: 6.NS.B.2 | BY: LIZA COPE

    In this lesson you will learn to calculate division problems with 3 digit divisors by using double division.

  3. Interpret and explain the long division algorithm

    Interpret and explain the long division algorithm

    COMMON CORE: 6.NS.B.2 | BY: LIZA COPE

    In this lesson you will learn how to interpret the long division algorithm by applying your knowledge of arithmetic operations and place value.

  4. Check quotients with and without remainders using multiplication

    Check quotients with and without remainders using multiplication

    COMMON CORE: 6.NS.B.2 | BY: LIZA COPE

    In this lesson you will learn how to check quotients with and without remainders by using multiplication.

     

    Isolation Drills: Click to get started

    Dividing fractions by fractions and whole numbers applications

    Dividing positive fractions

    Dividing fractions by fractions word problems

    Understanding dividing fraction by fractions

    Multi-digit division

    Adding decimals 2

    Subtracting decimals 2

    Multiplying decimals 3

    Dividing decimals 4

    Adding and subtracting decimals word problems

    Distributive property

    Greatest common factor

    Least common multiple

    GCF & LCM word problems

     

    Interactive Practice:

    1. I4C – Divide a five-digit by a four-digit number – These worksheets support the following Common Core State Standard: CCSS.Math.Content.6.NS.B.2. There are 100 worksheets available on this topic. A master answer key is available.
    2. I4C – Divide a five-digit by a three-digit number – These worksheets support the following Common Core State Standard: CCSS.Math.Content.6.NS.B.2. There are 100 worksheets available on this topic. A master answer key is available.
    3. I4C – Divide a five-digit by a two-digit number – These worksheets support the following Common Core State Standard: CCSS.Math.Content.6.NS.B.2. There are 100 worksheets available on this topic. A master answer key is available.
    4. I4C – Divide a four-digit by a three-digit number – These worksheets support the following Common Core State Standard: CCSS.Math.Content.6.NS.B.2. There are 100 worksheets available on this topic. A master answer key is available.
    5. I4C – Divide a six-digit by a five-digit number – These worksheets support the following Common Core State Standard: CCSS.Math.Content.6.NS.B.2. There are 100 worksheets available on this topic. A master answer key is available.
    6. I4C – Divide a six-digit by a four-digit number – These worksheets support the following Common Core State Standard: CCSS.Math.Content.6.NS.B.2. There are 100 worksheets available on this topic. A master answer key is available.
    7. I4C – Divide a six-digit by a three-digit number – These worksheets support the following Common Core State Standard: CCSS.Math.Content.6.NS.B.2. There are 100 worksheets available on this topic. A master answer key is available.
    8. I4C – Divide a six-digit by a two-digit number – These worksheets support the following Common Core State Standard: CCSS.Math.Content.6.NS.B.2. There are 100 worksheets available on this topic. A master answer key is available.
    9. Division Facts with Remainders – Practice solving division problems mentally. There are several chances to answer each problem before a new problem is given.
    10. Division With a Remainder – Explanation, examples, practice and a quiz designed as a game
    11. Division Without a Remainder – Explanation, examples, practice and a quiz designed as a game
    12. Double Division – Double Division may be easier to understand than Long Division because it deals with whole numbers rather than individual digits.
    13. Draggable Division – Large and small numbers that can be dragged anywhere on the screen, the option for students to correct incorrect answers, new paper types, and much more
    14. Long Division Calculator With Remainders – This calculator divides two whole integers, a dividend and a divisor, and expresses the answer as a whole number quotient, along with a whole number remainder. This is one of two long division methods, and is simpler than producing a quotient with a decimal.?
    15. Multiplying and Dividing with Decimals – Multiple choice quiz from Glencoe
    16. One and Two Digit Numbers With Division – A quiz
    17. Power Football – Complete the number sentence with this Fun Brain game
    18. Power Football (Hard) – Divide decimals in this Fun Brain Game

     

    Teacher Resources:

    • 1. Solve multi-digit whole number division problems by using place value models to understand the standard algorithm

      Big Idea: An algorithm can be an effective and efficient way to divide whole numbers. Division models can help demonstrate how the algorithm works. This lesson builds on students’ work in fifth grade with visual and other conceptual models associated with division of whole numbers. The purpose of this standard is for students to understand and fluently use the standard algorithm for dividing whole numbers. This builds towards division of rational numbers in 7th grade. In this task, students are asked to evenly distribute 1,727 sour gum drops to 14 candy shops. The sour gum drops are packaged in cases, boxes, rolls, and by individual pieces. The question asks the students to determine how many cases, boxes, rolls, and individual pieces each store will receive. Successful use of the standard algorithm is the goal of this lesson. However, conceptual models should be used to make connections to the algorithm and lead to students successfully divide whole numbers with the standard algorithm. Vocabulary: Dividend Divisor Quotient Remainder Whole number place value vocabulary (thousands, hundreds, tens, ones)

      • 6.NS.B.2
      • MP2
      • MP7
    • 2. Solve multi-digit whole number division problems by using area models to understand the standard algorithm

      Big Ideas: An algorithm can be an effective and efficient way to divide whole numbers. Division models can help demonstrate how the algorithm works. This lesson builds on students’ work with visual and other conceptual models associated with division of whole numbers. The purpose of this standard is to have students understand and fluently use the standard algorithm for dividing whole numbers. This builds towards students’ division of rational numbers in 7th grade. Successful use of the standard algorithm is the goal of this lesson. However, conceptual models should be used to make connections to the algorithm and lead to students successfully dividing whole numbers with the standard algorithm. In this task, students are asked to find the missing length of a boardwalk that has been destroyed by a hurricane so that it can be replaced by planks that are sold in packs of 100, 10 and 1. Vocabulary: Dividend Divisor Quotient Remainder Whole number place value vocabulary (thousands, hundreds, tens, ones) Area Length Width

      • 6.NS.B.2
      • MP2
      • MP7

     

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