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Children will practice basic division with remainders and two-digit quotients in this fourth grade-level math lesson from I Know It. Math problems are given in a variety of question formats, including word problems. After completing this online math lesson, your students will have a greater understanding of basic division skills.

If you're wondering what kind of problems your students can expect in this interactive math lesson on division, here are some examples: "Jordan has 62 t-shirts that he has folded. He wants to put an equal number of t-shirts in his dresser drawers. How many t-shirts can fit in each drawer? How many t-shirts will be left over?" and "Find the quotient and the remainder of 93 divided by 5."

When your students need a little extra help solving a math problem, they can click on the "Hint" button. They will be prompted to do the first step, divide the tens. When students answer a question incorrectly, they will be shown a detailed explanation page demonstrating how to solve the problem correctly: "Divide the tens. Bring down the ones. Divide the ones. Write the remainder."

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It is our hope that you and your class will try out this dividing with remainders lesson from I Know It today! Be sure to explore our other math topics and discover why there is so much to love about the I Know It math program.

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This Level D division lesson may be ideal for your fourth grade class.

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Number and Operations in Base Ten

Students will use their understanding of place value and properties of operations to find whole number quotients and remainders with up to four-digit dividends and one-digit divisors.

Division: Three-Digit Quotients (Level D)

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Dividing Money (Level D)

Students will practice dividing money in this fourth grade-level math activity. Questions are presented in a variety of formats, including word problems.