Lesson Worksheet: Dividing by 8 Mathematics • 3rd Grade

In this worksheet, we will practice using various strategies to divide by 8 within the known times tables up to 12×8, including using models and times table facts.

Q1:

Find the missing divisor: 32÷=8.

Hint: 8×=32.

Q2:

What is the number that, when divided by 8, gives 3?

Q3:

Jacob says that 32÷8 is 4, and David says that 32÷8 is 5. Who is right?

  • ADavid
  • BJacob

Q4:

Use the following diagram to calculate 56÷8.

Q5:

Use the number line to calculate 32÷8.

Q6:

Fill in the blank: If 1×8=8, then 8÷8=.

Q7:

Sophia bought 24 donuts and wants to put them into boxes so that each box contains 8 donuts.

Use the diagram to find how many boxes she will need.

Q8:

Ethan reached 32 after counting up by 8s four times. So, he understood that 32÷8=4.

Follow Ethan’s method of counting up by 8s to find the result of 16÷8.

Q9:

This robot divides any number by 8 and gives a result.

In this case, the number 16 gives a result of 2 as 16÷8=2.

What will the result be in the following case?

What will the result be in the following case?

Q10:

Fill in the following division table, starting from the left.

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8
  • A9, 8, 7
  • B8, 7, 6
  • C6, 7, 8
  • D7, 8, 9

Q11:

Find the result of 8÷8.

Q12:

Apples are packed in bags of 8. To find the number of bags needed for 56 apples, we use division.

Pick another problem whose answer is 56÷8.

  • AFind the total number of balls when 7 balls are put all together with 8 balls.
  • BFind the number of boxes when 56 balls are put into boxes of 7.
  • CFind the number of bags when 56 pears are put into bags of 7.
  • DFind the number of teams when 56 children are put into teams of 8.
  • EFind the number of students when 8 students are absent out of 56.

Q13:

Find the missing number.

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