Book Title: Ten Divided by Five Is Not Five: Using Multiplication to Make Division Easy
Publisher: Longevity Publishing
Author: Susan R. Greenwald
Related BooksTen Divided by Five Is Not Five: Using Multiplication to Make Division Easy
is a 72-page workbook written to help children understand and learn basic division facts up to 81÷9.
As they work through the book, children review a group of multiplication facts, and see how those multiplication facts are related to division facts. Most of the 58 structured worksheets have over 48 practice problems. The division facts are practiced throughout the book to help with memorization.
Parents and teachers will appreciate that this reproducible workbook has different kinds of math practice pages including:
Review of multiplication facts such as 2x6 and 6x2.
Fill in missing factors. 2x ___ = 12, 6x ___ = 12
Division problems presented two ways.
Mixed division and multiplication facts: 12÷6, 6x2
Word math pages covering addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.
The sequence in which the division facts are introduced is the same as the order in which the related multiplication facts are taught in Five Times Five Is Not Ten, so the two books may used together.
All of the pages in this printable workbook are perforated for easy tear-out, and for making copies.
Students will see that they can be successful in completing pages without counting or using a chart. This is important because unless children memorize basic math facts, they will struggle with more advanced math.
This unique workbook also includes:
How to Use the Book
Guide to Introducing Division
Math Facts Baseline Recorder
Certificate of Mastery