This worksheet uses visual models to help students practice division by grouping. It presents several sets of different objects, each set arranged to allow division into smaller groups of 3, 4, 5, 6, or 7. Students are asked to look at each set and determine how many groups of a certain size can be made. The models include a variety of objects to keep the activity engaging, and there’s space provided for students to write the number of groups that can be formed from each set.
The worksheet teaches division as an act of making equal groups from a larger set, which is a fundamental division concept. This approach helps students visualize division problems as concrete tasks, making it easier to understand how numbers are broken down into equal parts. By determining the number of groups that can be made from each model, students practice their division skills in a way that reinforces the relationship between multiplication and division. The task also aids in developing students’ ability to perform division operations without relying on standard algorithms or memorization, fostering a deeper understanding of the concept.