# N1/E3.6

Divide two-digit whole numbers by single-digit whole numbers and interpret remainders (a) Understand division as repeated subtraction (b) Understand that division is the inverse of multiplication (c) Understand that division is not commutative, i.e. 8 ÷ 4 is not the same as 4 ÷ 8 (d) Understand the concept of remainder, and that remainders need to be interpreted in context when solving problems

## Maths at Work - all 4 number functions

Submitted by Carrie Bray on Mon, 2016-07-04 10:54

#### Resource type: Worksheet or assignment

Revision of all 4 number functions (+,-,x,÷). Originally aimed at JobCentrePlus Upskill clients but suitable for all. Contexts include office, fast food restaurant, and care home The first page is adapted from Liverpool Community College Flexipacks. All other work is original.

Editor’s note
Includes Functional Maths mapping (E3-L2)

## Arithmetic revision for Entry Level 3

Submitted by Matthew Tiller on Thu, 2013-01-24 13:04

#### Level: E3, L1

A set of 10 problems. Learners revise choosing the correct operation (addition, subtraction, multiplication or division) and carrying out the calculation correctly.
Ideal for Entry 3 Functional Maths.

## Division - Interpreting remainders

Submitted by Joaquin Llorente on Thu, 2012-09-06 17:57

#### Level: E3, L1

This is a worksheet with several problems based on everyday situations where students perform a division and need to interpret the remainders to give an acceptable answer.

Editor’s note
This worksheet accompanies Joaquin’s “Division of whole numbers” PowerPoint (listed under See also)

## Division of whole numbers

Submitted by Joaquin Llorente on Thu, 2012-09-06 15:47

#### Level: E3, L1, L2

A fully animated Powerpoint presentation that can be used as part of a lesson or for independent study. A series of steps of increasing complexity start by illustrating the basic process of a simple division of whole numbers to end with the interpretation of remainders in everyday situations.

Please note this an animated PPT and is not suitable for delivery as printed handouts.

Editor’s note
The “Interpreting remainders” worksheet mentioned in the PPT is available separately – under See also.

## Division strategies

Submitted by John Thompson B on Thu, 2009-02-12 17:25

#### Level: E3, L1

An interactive whiteboard guide that covers traditional long and short division, and division by repeated subtraction – complete with nifty features such as pull away screens (revealing practice questions), etc.
Please note you must have the Smart notebook software installed on your computer in order to open, view and use this resource http://smarttech.com/

## Wordle activities for Entry level numeracy

Submitted by Dave Norgate on Wed, 2008-09-03 16:52

#### Resource type: Interactive whiteboard, Worksheet or assignment

Fabulous word and number cloud activities for E1 (maths words), E2 (odd even nos. and 2D shapes) and E3 (recognise, sort and and order metric measures). With instructions, extension ideas and answer sheets.

## How to times and divide

Submitted by Jane Kay on Sun, 2008-06-22 16:53

#### Level: E2, E3

How to times and divide is a set of beautifully clear handouts (or classroom posters) for E2-3. Covers single and 2-digit numbers in a step by step fashion.

## Smarties division

Submitted by Sue Rees on Sun, 2008-06-08 16:53

#### Resource type: Hands-on / practical activity, Worksheet or assignment

A fabulous activity which takes learners through grouping, division by subtraction, and remainders – in a structured, logical fashion so that their pile of Smarties will gradually get eaten!

## Throw the dice

Submitted by Sue Rees on Tue, 2008-05-27 16:53

#### Level: E3

A really clever division game where students will discover that division is not commutative and that it is the reverse of multiplication. Also great for work on remainders.

## E3 practice multiplication and division questions

Submitted by Judith White on Wed, 2008-02-06 16:53

#### Resource type: Assessment material, Revision material

Four themed sets of multiplication and division problems in the style of OCR Entry 3 numeracy assessments. Topics are: gardening, refreshments, cakes and squash. Excellent practice and revision for any learner that needs practice in these tricky areas.

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