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The practice division worksheets below are similar to the *RocketMath*, *Mad Math Minutes* or *Mastering Math Facts* division worksheets used at many schools. These are typically one minute, timed tests (follow the 'Timer' link off the home page.)

Note: These sheets include problems with divisors larger than the dividend starting at Level G, which is normal for these programs. If you want problems with only 'real' division problems, see the 'Facts Only' series of worksheets further down on this page.

These division facts worksheets gradually introduce division facts, so as students work through each level, the master a handful of specific facts before new facts are added. This gradual approach to learning division mirrors the other math fact practice sheets for addition, subtraction and multiplication on this site.

There are many potential ways you could practice the division facts, and this particular set of fact worksheets is similar to the Rocket Math practice used by many schools. My daughter learned division using this approach, but there are a number of issues here. One is that this series of worksheets includes division facts with divisors that are greater than the denominator, and the expected answer to these problems is given as zero. If, like me, you found this treatment of the division facts as alien or perplexing, you might try the Facts Only Division series of worksheets on the main Division Worksheets page.