With these mosaic divisors you practice the division sums while puzzling.
To practice part sums you can use these mosaic divisors very well.
In fact, kids often ask if I have any more with other mosaics because they just love being able to color them in.
There are two versions of the mosaic dividers.
I have put two versions of these division exercises online.
A version with divisions that fall within the tables of 2 to 10 and a version with divisions with large numbers up to 100 that must be divided by a number up to 9. So answers that can be greater than 10.
An example is 94 : 2 = 47.
Purpose of these mosaic dividers?
On the practice sheet are grid sections with colored boxes with a division sum next to it.
The students can calculate this sum and write the answer next to the sum.
At the bottom right is a grid area with all numbers in it.
The aim is now to find the answer of the sum in this grid.
Once they have found this, they can color in the example area next to the sum in the answer area.
By calculating and coloring all division sums in this way, a beautiful mosaic appears.
For the mosaic dividers 1, there are no double numbers in the grid. So answer 47 only occurs once.
For the mosaic dividers 2 with division sums that fall within the tables of 2 to 10, double answers occur.
So there are several possible answers 9 and so on.
These duplicate numbers all have the same color box. So students only need to find an answer box with the correct number and color it.
If they come across such an answer later, they simply look for the next color-in box with the same number and color it in again.
Well, I think you’ll figure it out.
Of course I have also included an answer sheet for both exercises in the PDF file.
Students can then check for themselves whether they have corrected all the answers and whether they have colored the mosaic correctly.
Have fun calculating.