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Division Math Fact Wheels

Try these division math fact wheels as a way to give your students practice with basic math facts.

This is another free resource for teachers and homeschool families from The Curriculum Corner.

These division math fact wheels will offer your children a new way to practice math facts with paper and pencil but in a unique way.

This free download contains 21 worksheets for division fact practice.

Working on Math Facts in the Classroom

These worksheets will be a paper and pencil type of practice activity. While writing answers can help many children memorize facts, it is important to weave in other, hands-on activities as well.

You want to find ways that involve movement when possible and ways that will engage children in the work.

You might create a life-sized version of these math wheels. You can tape off your own math wheel shape on your carpet. Be sure to make it child-sized so that students can stand in each section.

This math wheel you create can be used to practice addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.

Next, make a set of cards to be used with this math wheel. You might just use large index cards or just cut a piece of construction paper into four equal pieces.

Give students a task. You might say, create a math wheel for division facts with 9 as a divisor.

You can then have students work together to make a life-sized math wheel. They can lay the cards in the spots and write the numbers.

Once the cards contain numbers, they can scramble the cards and pass on to another group of students. This new group can work to place the cards in the math wheel on the correct spots.

The great thing about this activity is that it will make it easy for you to differentiate for students working on different facts.

These Division Fact Math Wheels

This set of math wheels focuses on division facts.

Each wheel has a divisor in the middle. Students will determine the quotient and write it in the outer ring of the circle.

These division wheels have divisors up to 12.

You can download this free set of math worksheets here:

Math Download

Looking for other math wheel pages? You will find them here:

Thank you to Hidesy’s Clip Art for the division math wheel clip art.

hidesy's clip art

As with all of our resources, The Curriculum Corner creates these for free classroom use. Our products may not be sold. You may print and copy for your personal classroom use. These are also great for home school families!

You may not modify and resell in any form. Please let us know if you have any questions.


Tuesday 17th of November 2020

We are starting division next week, and I have been looking for some additional practice for students to work on independently. I think these division wheels would be great for independent, small group, or even whole group practice! I appreciate all the variations you have supplied - I will definitely be using these!