How well does your child know the division facts? Use this quick, printable, and free division facts test to find out. Bonus: the detailed answer key will help you interpret the assessment results so you can help your child master all the math facts!
What are the Division Facts?
The division facts are all of the division problems from 1 ÷ 1 = 1 up to 100 ÷ 10 = 10. Without full mastery of the division facts, kids struggle as they start to tackle long division, fractions, and problems with larger numbers. They use so much of his working memory on simple calculations he’ll have little brain space left for understanding new concepts. This leads to solving problems more slowly, making more mistakes, and an overall lack of confidence in math.
How Fast Should My Child Know the Division Facts?
Immediately is best, but it depends a lot on your child. Children who process information very quickly are quite capable of knowing each fact in less than 1 second, but children who are slower processors may always need a few seconds. As a general rule, aim for no more than 3 seconds per fact.
When Should My Child Master the Division Facts?
Fourth grade (unless your curriculum suggests learning them earlier). That way, he’ll be well-prepared to tackle upper elementary math topics like fractions, decimals, and percentages. But no matter what age your child is, learning the division facts will make him much more confident and successful in math. If your older child hasn’t mastered the division facts, it’s not too late.
What’s Included in the Printable Times Tables Test?
- Full directions for how to give the assessment
- Test for all the subtraction facts from 1 ÷ 1 = 1 up to 100 ÷ 10 = 10
- Answer key
- Scoring guide to help you interpret the results and decide what to do next to ensure full mastery
The entire assessment takes less than 10 minutes.
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