Year 2

Solving division problems when grouping

Year 2

Solving division problems when grouping

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Key learning points

  1. In this lesson, we will solve grouping division problems using bar models.

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3 Questions

Q1.
8 oranges were shared equally between two children. How many oranges did each child get?
1
2
Correct answer: 4
Q2.
Ben and James had 16 pieces of chocolate to share. How many pieces of chocolate do they each get if it was shared fairly?
16
2
Correct answer: 8
Q3.
Farmer Joe shares 24 eggs between his two children. How many eggs does each child get?
10
Correct answer: 12
24

3 Questions

Q1.
Farmer Joe has 15 eggs and wants to put them in boxes of five. How many boxes does he need?
15
Correct answer: 3
5
Q2.
Pencils come in packs of five. Miss Smith needs 30 pencils for her class. How many packs of pencils do she need to buy?
3
5
Correct answer: 6
Q3.
Mr Smith needs 40 oranges to make some juice. Oranges come in bags of four. How many bags of oranges does Mr Smith need?
Correct answer: 10
4
5