This worksheet has been designed predominantely for KS3, there are 3 options in terms of the worksheet tabs. Each worksheet contains 8 linking division problems. The first tab is designed to optimise printing because there are 4 worksheets on one side of A4, the second tab gives you a question sheet (varying difficulty) and the third tab provides the answers. This is a worksheet generator so you can have an inifinite number of questions with matching answers. The idea is you start with a number at the top of the wheel, and you have to work out what you need to divide this number by to get to the number below - ultimately finding a missing number in a division equation. The process of this worksheet specifically involves students asking themselves how they get from one number to another by dividing. For example, in the example in the left picture students would ask themselves how they get from:
- 720 to 360 (divide by 2)
- 720 to 144 (divide by 5)
- 720 to 72 (divide by 10)
- 360 to 45 (divide by 8)
- 72 to 9 (divide by 8)
- 144 to 36 (divide by 4)
- 36 to 9 (divide by 4)
- 45 to 9 (divide by 5)
• Division worksheet generator
• Variety of smaller and larger numbers
used as the largest number.
• Matching answers
• Easy to use, quick to print!
• Compact on printing (3 sheets per A4)
• Structure of sheet stays the same so
good measuring progress / increasing
If you want a free sample of this visit: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/division-wheel-3-worksheets-with-answers-starter-11867451
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This is a collection of 8 different resources and approximately 60 different Excel tabs. I use these as a premise for my starters with a mix of abilities from year 7-9. Each worksheet is differentiated, so you can give students varying sheets, or request they work from varying sections of the interactive whiteboard, whilst still providing them with the same answers. They foster a calm start to the lesson, and students always seem excited to learn when the lesson is started in this manner. The addition pyramids contain a self-check tool, so children can usefully self mark. The multiplication grid generator, includes an exciting 'challenge' sheet in which students have to work backwards to work out the row and column headers (using similiar skills to Sudoku). In addition to this the Cross number, and the times table grid excitingly contain a magic number extension. This involves students having to collate their answers, i.e. summing certain values, to obtain a magic numbers and perhaps win a small prize (sticker, or sweet, or just simple praise). Please review if you found helfpul.
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