Worksheet: Dividing Numbers Using Bar Models
In this worksheet, we will practice drawing bar models and writing equations to represent one-step division problems with numbers up to 100.
Ethan has 35 flowers arranged in 7 rows. How many flowers are in each row?
There are 30 pieces of candy and 6 children in a birthday party. How many pieces of candy does each child get?
A group of students has 72 coins. Each student has 8 coins. Find the total number of students.
Calculate the following:
Three friends have 24 coins.
We can draw a bar model to show how many coins each one has.
How many coins does each one have?
Pick the equation that matches this bar model.
Charlotte is reading a story of 80 pages. If she reads 10 pages in an hour, how many hours does she need to finish the story?
Three friends have the same amount of money. All together, they have $12. Which bar model shows how much each one of them has?
Ethan is packing his toys into boxes before he moves. He has 24 toys and he puts 6 toys in each box.
Write a number sentence that shows how many boxes there are.
A girl wants to share 45 oranges equally among 5 people. How many oranges will each person receive?