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Are you struggling with how to teach division? Do you have a learner who is just not getting it? I understand. We are there, too! So I decided to do a little work and figure out some **Fun Ways to Teach Division to Kids**.

I have a whole bunch of division teaching resources to help you teach your kids the basics of division. Hopefully these will make math a little more interesting in your home or classroom! Maybe you can reduce the tears a little, too. ( also, be sure to check out my post on Fun Ways to Teach Multiplication to Kids and my Fun Ways to Teach Fractions post, too!)

My son is beginning to learn division. He is having a hard time understanding the concept, so I decided to try out a few things to help him. I want to get him over the fear of it. We started by playing a simple game. I gave him 30 plastic beads and a mini muffin tin. He had to divide the beads between the slots evenly.

We started with dividing between 2 spots only, then moved up in numbers. If there were any left over, we talked about remainders. Then we reduced the number of beads and tried it again. We tried it with our Unifix math cubes as well. Using manipulates seemed to really make it click for him.

**Division Worksheets & Printables:**

**I made a free set of Math Fact Family Cards ! You’ll love them.**

## Also check out my Division Matching Puzzles!

**Learning Division On YouTube: **** **

Youtube always has so many fun ideas for teaching things. This is one of my go-to spots when we need a little extra with a subject we are struggling with. These videos will definitely make division more fun!

**Learning Apps to Teach Division:**

Are you a tech-junkie like me? We REALLY like learning apps. I schedule learning games into my kids school schedule each day. They have folders for different subjects. This is a list of some good apps to practice division. And since it is technology, it’s always a little more fun.

**Books on Division:**

Math books are great for learning new things. They tell stories that interest the kids and they often do not realize they are learning new facts. This is a great selection of division books that will help your kids grasp the concept better.

The Mrs. says

Super resources! Love your muffin tin idea! How old is your son?

Lucy Ravitch says

Wonderful resources! Thanks! If you want to link up this post to my MaTh activity Thursday tomorrow that would be awesome.

~Lucy

Kids Math Teacher

Karyn Tripp says

Thanks! 🙂 He is almost 9.

JDaniel4's Mom says

This is a great way to work on division.

Heather W says

Thanks for the shout out! I’m seeing some traffic from it and I’m pinning it now. 🙂

~HoJo~

Lisa M says

pinned to keep for a few years!!!

Jill EnchantedHomeschoolingMom says

This is a great way to teach division. We bake a lot around our home so I will try this one the next time we fire up the oven and wait to bake our next recipe 🙂

Thank you for linking up this week to the Thoughtful Spot Weekly Blog Hop! I do hope that you will visit my neck of the magical woods every week and take a quick rest by the tree on the tree stump while you read everyone’s blog posts that they have so thoughtfully shared with all of us.

Lucinda @ NavigatingByJoy.com says

I love the muffin tins and beads. It can be so easy to overlook the value of simple manipulatives when teaching our children these concepts, but it makes so much difference. Thank you for sharing!

Anna says

This is SUCH a great round-up, Karyn. Thanks so much for sharing at After School!

Anna says

Featuring on Monday’s linkup! Thanks again!

Natalie F says

Wow – so many great ideas here. My 6 year old is intensely interested in division – I am pinning this post to get her more resources to explore on her own. Thanks for sharing with Afterschool.

Jennifer - The Deliberate Mom says

What an awesome selection. We’re a couple years away from division but I’m pinning this for future reference.

Thanks for sharing.

xoxo

Beth Gorden says

Love all these fun, hands on way to learn division!! Thanks for linking up and sharing your creativity at TGIF! I featured this today. I hope to see you linked up again later today,

Have a great weekend,

Beth

savannah sutton says

can you teach a kindergarden child to divide?

Carrie says

Some great ideas!! Thank you for sharing at Sharing Saturday!!

Almost Unschoolers says

I really like the muffin tin and bead idea…will be using – thanks!

Phoebe says

The printables are great! We also have worksheets for division. 🙂 Check them out!