Worksheets for basic division facts (grades 34)
Create an unlimited supply of worksheets to practice basic division facts (grades 34)! The worksheets can be made in html or PDF format — both are easy to print. You can also customize them using the generator below.
Children learn basic division with singledigit divisors typically in 3rd grade, after they have mastered the multiplication tables. Students can actually learn their division facts as a "side effect" of learning their times tables, if the multiplication tables are also practiced/drilled "backwards" (e.g. 5 × _____ = 30). You can find worksheets for such missing number problems on this page and also on our page for multiplication tables worksheets.
Basic instructions for the worksheets
Each worksheet is randomly generated and thus unique. The answer key is automatically generated and is placed on the second page of the file.
You can generate the worksheets either in html or PDF format — both are easy to print. To get the PDF worksheet, simply push the button titled "Create PDF" or "Make PDF worksheet". To get the worksheet in html format, push the button "View in browser" or "Make html worksheet". This has the advantage that you can save the worksheet directly from your browser (choose File → Save) and then edit it in Word or other word processing program.
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Division facts (division tables)
Division by 2 or 3 View in browser Create PDF 
Division by 4 or 5 View in browser Create PDF 
Division by 6 or 7 View in browser Create PDF 
Division by 8 or 9 View in browser Create PDF 
Division facts practice (tables 2, 3, 4, and 5) View in browser Create PDF 
Division facts practice (tables 6, 7, 8, and 9) View in browser Create PDF 
Division facts practice (tables 110) View in browser Create PDF 
Division facts practice (tables 112) View in browser Create PDF 
Division facts practice  missing number  tables 1 to 10 View in browser Create PDF 
Division facts practice  missing number  tables 2 to 12 View in browser Create PDF 
Missing factors multiplication worksheets
Multiplication problems that have a missing factor, such as 3 × _____ = 27, are in fact division problems "in disguise". For example, the problem 3 × _____ = 27 is essentially the same as 27 ÷ 3. The answer to both is 9. Thus, you can use the worksheets below to practice the connection between division and multiplication and the basic division facts.
Multiplication tables 210, missing numbers View in browser Create PDF 
Multiplication tables 212, missing numbers View in browser Create PDF 
Division worksheets generator
Use the generator to make customized worksheets, including horizontally written problems, long division, and division with remainders.
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Workspace below long division: lines Division symbol: / ÷ Exact division (no remainder) Missing number (missing dividend/divisor) problems Use a variable instead of a blank line (horizontal problems only) Switch the "="sign randomly beginning/end (“24 ÷ 4 = ___” versus “___ = 24 ÷ 4”) Switch dividend and divisor randomly  
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