Worksheet: The Division Symbol: Grouping Equally

In this worksheet, we will practice using the division symbol to write equations to find the number of equal groups when we put 2, 3, 4, 5, or 10 objects into a group.

Q1:

There are 12 fish.

There are fish in each bowl.

There are bowls.

Fill in the blank: 12÷3=?

Q2:

There are 18 children.

After making groups of 6, there are groups.

Which division equation shows what we did?

  • A18÷6=3
  • B18÷9=2
  • C18÷2=9
  • D18÷3=6

After making groups of 2, use the division symbol (÷) to write an equation that shows how many groups there will be.

  • A18÷6=3
  • B18÷9=2
  • C18÷3=6
  • D18÷2=9

Q3:

Isabella had 30 flowers to put into vases.

She found the number of vases she needed by solving 30÷10.

How many flowers did she put in each vase?

How many vases did she need?

Q4:

Choose a story whose answer is 45÷9.

  • A5 hens have laid 45 eggs. How many boxes of 9 eggs can be filled?
  • B9 hens have laid 45 eggs. How many boxes of 5 eggs can be filled?

Q5:

Emma wants to put these 12 blocks into groups so that there are 3 blocks in each group.

Which of these is equal to the number of groups she will have?

  • A12×3
  • B12+3
  • C12÷3
  • D123

How many groups will there be?

Q6:

Emma has made 12 sandwiches that are going to be put on plates. She wants to put 4 sandwiches on each plate.

Pick the calculation that is equal to the number of plates.

  • A12÷3
  • B12+4
  • C12÷4
  • D124

How many plates are needed?

Q7:

There are 10 books in a bookcase. There are 5 books on each shelf. How many shelves are there?

Q8:

6 bars of candy are shared between children. If each child takes 2 bars, how many children are there?

Q9:

We want to put 15 birds into cages. Each cage will have 3 birds. How many cages will there be?

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