Worksheet: Dividing by 3

In this worksheet, we will practice using various strategies to divide by 3 within the known times tables up to 12×3, including using models and times table facts.


Elizabeth has 15 chocolates. She wants to put them into boxes that hold 3 chocolates each. How many boxes will she fill?


Find the missing number.


A girl has 6 LE. The price of one kilogram of bananas is 3 LE. How many kilograms of bananas can she buy?


Given that Benjamin bought 3 notebooks and paid 27 LE, find the price of each notebook.


A piece of land was divided equally among 3 farmers. Given that the area of the land was 24 feddans, find the share of each farmer.


18 children are lined up in 3 rows. How many children are in each row?


A boy paid 12 LE to buy 3 toys of the same type. What is the price of one toy?


Find 18÷3 using the cubes shown.


We have 9 balloons and 3 kids. If we want to divide the balloons among the kids, pick the number of balloons each kid will have.

  • A
  • B
  • C


A teacher gave William and Jacob 3 plates and 30 small balls and asked them to divide the balls among the 3 plates equally. They divided them as follows.

Which one of them is correct?

  • AWilliam
  • BJacob

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