# 3rd Grade Common Core: 3.OA.2

Common Core Identifier: 3.OA.2 / Grade: 3
Curriculum: Operations And Algebraic Thinking: Represent And Solve Problems Involving Multiplication And Division.
Detail: Interpret whole-number quotients of whole numbers, e.g., interpret 56 / 8 as the number of objects in each share when 56 objects are partitioned equally into 8 shares, or as a number of shares when 56 objects are partitioned into equal shares of 8 objects each. For example, describe a context in which a number of shares or a number of groups can be expressed as 56 / 8.
77 Common Core State Standards (CCSS) aligned worksheets found:
Divide the objects into equal groups to find the answers to basic division facts.
Same worksheet as above, but the numbers and objects are different.
Students draw objects and divide them into equal groups.  A great way to begin teaching the concept of division.
Use basic multiplication and division to solve these frames and arrows puzzles.
The problems on this fifty question test have divisors 1s, 2s, and 3s, 4s, 5s, 6s, 7s, and dividends of 0.  Recommended time: 5 minutes.
Solve these basic 1-12 multiplication problems and then use the solutions to find the right color for each space to reveal school supplies on a desk.
Review simple division facts with eight. Students color and fold this cootie catcher, then play a division review game with friends.
(Up to 96 divided by 8)
Find the quotient for each division fact. Then color the picture according to the key to reveal a cool dragon.
Divide by 4s in this mystery picture and reveal a sailboat picture.
Find each quotient and write X or O over the corresponding number on the tic-tac-toe boards.
Find the quotients and color the picture of Texas according to the key.
Write the quotients, then color the mystery picture to reveal a parrot.
Solve the basic division problems and color according to the key at the bottom to reveal a menorah and dreidel.
Each of these division facts had a divisor of eight. Solve and color to reveal a colorful airplane picture.
Write the product for each basic division fact. Then color according to the key to create a fun Earth Day picture.
Complete set of division flash cards, up to 144 / 12.
The problems on this fifty question test have divisors 1s, 2s, and 3s, 4s, 5s, and dividends of 0.  Recommended time: 5 minutes.
Solve the division problems and color according to the key. Will you get a boat or a plane? It depends which of the two worksheets you complete!
Create and play with this paper fortune teller, which includes basic division facts with four.
(Up to 48 divided by 4)
Students solve basic division problems to color in the picture of a fox using the key.
Write the quotients, then color the mystery picture to reveal a Thanksgiving turkey.
Write the answers to the division facts, then color the mystery picture to reveal a pumpkin.
Solve the basic division problems and use the answers and the key to color accordingly and complete the two worksheets.
Write the answers to the division facts, then color the mystery picture to reveal a pumpkin.
The problems on this fifty question test have divisors 1s, 2s, and 3s, 4s, 5s, 6s, 7s, 8s, and dividends of 0.  Recommended time: 5 minutes.
Interpret data on a table. Review multi-digit addition and subtraction. Calculate elapsed time. Divide 18 items equally among three people.
Do your students know their basic division facts with sevens? If not, give them this fun printable game to review their basic facts.
(Up to 84 divided by 7)
Find the quotient for each basic division fact shown. Then color according to the key at the bottom.
The hot air balloon math illustration requires students solve basic division facts with dividends up to 81.
Twenty-five basic division problems.  Includes two word problems.  Superhero theme.
This file contains two worksheets that look similar but, when completed, will reveal different pictures. Find the quotients and color according to the key to see the pictures.
The problems on this fifty question test have divisors 1s, 2s, and 3s, 4s, 5s, 6s, 7s, 8s, 9s, 10s, 11s, 12s, and dividends of 0.  Recommended time: 5 minutes.
Students will solve all of the basic division problems and then color in the spaces according to the key at the bottom to reveal colorful sea shells at the beach.
Find the quotients and color to make a majestic castle.
Practice those tricky twelves with this division fortune teller game.
(Up to 144 divided by 12)
Match the division facts with the correct quotient in this memory card game.
The problems on this fifty question test have divisors 1s, 2s, and 3s, 4s, 5s, 6s, and dividends of 0.  Recommended time: 5 minutes.
This set of daily word problems includes deciphering a graph, interpreting data on a table, and operations problems.
Cut, fold, and color this origami cootie catcher (aka fortune teller) game. Players review division facts with two.
(Up to 24 divided by 2)
Using the key based on quotients, color the robot picture after solving the division problems.
Solve the basic division facts. All problems have dividends of 81 or less. Color the mystery scene according to the key to see a pail and colorful beach ball.
Fold the origami fortune teller and use it to practice the toughest basic division facts. Facts include twenty-eight divided by four, thirty-two divided by eight, and sixty-three divided by seven.
Print out this worksheet with caterpillars containing division math problems. Have your students solve the problems and write their answers in the space provided.
Insert factors that will complete the puzzle grid to make the given products.
The problems on this fifty question test have divisors 1s, 2s, and 3s, 4s, 5s, 6s, 7s, 8s, 9s, and dividends of 0.  Recommended time: 5 minutes.
Solve the division problems and color to reveal a picture of a pair of lanterns.
Learn to divide by six with this terrific paper fortune teller math game.
(Up to 72 divided by 6)
Write the quotient for each problem. When you color the picture a red and black ladybug is revealed.
Divide the dividend by the divisor to find the quotients, and then color-by-number to make a rooster graphic.
Multiplication-division fact families; Give three numbers, students write 4 basic facts
Solve the division problems and color according to the key to reveal the image of a famous president.
The problems on this fifty question test have divisors 1s, 2s, and 3s, 4s, 5s, 6s, 7s, 8s, 9s, 10s, and dividends of 0.  Recommended time: 5 minutes.
Solve all of the division problems on this worksheet. Use the answers to find out which colors to use when coloring in this back-to-school-themed picture.
To see the giant blue whale, students will have to find the answers to basic division problems. All problems have a divisor of 6.
Kids will love using origami cootie catchers to learn their division facts.
(Up to 121 divided by 11)
Play this fun game with your class to practice basic division and multiplication.
Test your students' division skills with this timed quiz with divisors of 1s and 2s, as well as dividends of 0.  Recommended time: 5 minutes.
Operations with money, measurement, and elapsed time are some of the skills students will work on with this week's daily math problems.
The problems on this fifty question test have divisors 1s, 2s, and 3s, and dividends of 0.  Recommended time: 5 minutes.
Divide the numbers in each section and then color accordingly to reveal the mystery picture.
More division problems with divisors up to 9.  Mystery picture makes a rocket ship.
With these worksheets, your class can solve an elapsed time problem using a number line, divide a trapezoid into equal parts, name fractional points on a number line, make a bar graph, and identify right angles.
Fill in the empty squares with factors that will complete the puzzle.
Division mystery picture with a bunny, basket, and eggs.
Print these small flashcards on card stock to help students practice their basic division facts. (Up to 144 / 12.)
The problems on this fifty question test have divisors 1s, 2s, and 3s, 4s, and dividends of 0.  Recommended time: 5 minutes.
Solve the division problems and color the page according to the key to reveal a farm or a lighthouse. Which one you color depends on which of the two worksheets you complete.
Your students will enjoy practicing their basic division facts with this fun cootie catcher.
(Up to 60 divided by 5)
In this game, students take turns rolling a die. The number they roll corresponds with a column of basic division problems that they have to read and solve as quickly as possible.
The clownfish mystery math art requires students to divide and color according to the code at the bottom.
Find the quotients of these basic division problems with divisors up to 12.
Find the quotients and follow the key to color the page and see what the mystery picture is.
The problems on this fifty question test have divisors 1s, 2s, and 3s, 4s, 5s, 6s, 7s, 8s, 9s, 10s, 11s, and dividends of 0.  Recommended time: 5 minutes.
The multiplication problems on this page are from 1-12. Solve them and use the color key to determine how it is colored to reveal sea shells on the beach.
Division problems in which students must divide by three to reveal a picture of a dog.
Practice dividing numbers by nine with this entertaining, foldable fortune teller game.
(Up to 108 divided by 9)
Write the products for the basic multiplication facts, then color the illustration according to the key. The mystery picture reveals a reindeer.
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