# Fourth Grade Worksheets Division with Remainder

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Learn about division fairly with these Fourth Grade Worksheets Division with Remainder!

**Summary**: *Division is a method of dividing a numerical amount of something into a fair sum. Some people also refer to division as the opposite of multiplication. The remainder is the excess amount of number after the dividing process. This situation could happen when the first number does not divide accurately by the other. Learning division will help the students to understand the essence of balance in life. *

### What is Division in Mathematics?

The division is one of the four essential arithmetic operations, along with addition, subtraction, and multiplication. Mastering arithmetic operations is the foundation for learning mathematics and other numerical studies. On this occasion, we will talk about division. In mathematics, a division is a method of dividing a numerical amount of something into a fair sum. Some people also refer to division as the opposite of multiplication. The division process checks how many adequate groups are in one element. We can write division in three ways (fraction bar, division symbol, and long division). There are four parts of division, dividend, divisor, quotient and remainder. A dividend is a figure that gets divided. A divisor is a number that splits the other. A quotient is the denoument of the division process. The remainder is the extra number that cannot get divided. The complete division would look like "dividend = divisor x quotient: remainder".

Division (and other arithmetic operations) are a required lesson for elementary school students to master. They learn it in several stages (yearly), and the predicament of the material will get more complicated with each level. This situation is a dispute for the students and the teacher to face. According to Leanna Horton from East Tennessee State University, many mathematic teachers agree that teaching division to young students is the most challenging.

### What is Remainder in Mathematics?

Have you ever tried to divide a number; but cannot split it evenly because there is a "remaining" number? Mathematician refers to these numbers as remainder. The remainder is the excess amount of number after the dividing process. This situation could happen when the first number does not divide accurately by the other. The formula for the remainder is "remainder = dividend - (divisor x quotient).

**Example**: 17 cannot be divided adequately by 4, and the nearest we could get without panning out is 4 x 4 = 16, which is one (1) less than 17. Therefore one (1) is the remainder.

So, the answer from 17:4 is "**four (4) with a remainder of one (1)"**. The proper form of the answer would be "**4 R 1**".

### Why Should Students Learn Division?

As one of the four basic arithmetic operations, mastering the division has many perks. Hence, teaching this topic to young students is necessary because it will prepare them to study more complicated mathematical problems (fractions, proportions) at a higher class or education level. It also develops the addition, subtraction, and multiplication the students have learned before. The teacher will introduce the students to the essential division, then move on to the more advanced lessons, such as long division and remainders. Learning division will help the students to understand the essence of balance in life. The teacher could give various real-life examples of division to get the students to understand the concept of division.

### How to Help Children Studying Division?

Besides teachers, parents also should understand how to solve division problems. It will help the children when they have homework. Helping your kids with homework also develops intimacy and tightens the parents-children bond. Below are the steps to help children working on division problems:

- Take a look at the division problem and ensure you understand the instruction. Usually, the mathematical questions of long division are complicated because of the various operations.
- Identify each element of the division problem.
- Ask the kids to try solving the problem without your help.
- Guide the young students to apply the "divide-multiply-subtract" strategy.
- Guide the children to work on similar questions with higher numbers.
- Encourage the children when they make mistakes and accompany them to try again.

### How to Make a Fun and Exciting Mathematics Classroom?

Not every student is a fan of mathematics. The cause of this situation may vary, but there are four reasons, the students are struggling to keep up with the lesson, they do not have enough motivation to study, they have another interest in academics, or they are nervous (math anxiety). The teacher could make the math class become more exciting for students with various strategies. One of the simple ways is teaching with games. Mathematics is a lesson that is easy to be integrated with games. Students can play mathematical card games, math stations, or board games. The teacher also can use the help of visual mediums, such as books with pictures, movies, posters, and more. Utilizing real-life objects and relating them to real-life situations will help the children relate themselves to the lesson they learned. If possible, the teacher can set a meeting with parents, particularly to discuss the struggling students. This meeting will help the students to get the solution and the support they need.

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