Science, Tech, Math › Math 3 and 4 Digit Worksheets with Remainders Share Flipboard Email Print Sam Edwards / Getty Images Math Worksheets By Grade Math Tutorials Geometry Arithmetic Pre Algebra & Algebra Statistics Exponential Decay Functions Resources View More By Deb Russell Math Expert Deb Russell is a school principal and teacher with over 25 years of experience teaching mathematics at all levels. our editorial process Deb Russell Updated January 14, 2020 These division worksheets are provided in PDF and are suitable for students who already understand the concept of division with 1 and 2 digit numbers. Answer keys are included. 01 of 07 Division Worksheet # 1 These worksheets should not be attempted until the student has a firm grasp of both division facts and 2 and 3 digit division. 02 of 07 Division Worksheet # 2 Calculators should only be used once a student understands the concept of division and to check answers. 03 of 07 Division Worksheet # 3 Note: the answer sheet is provided on the 2nd page of the PDF. 04 of 07 Division Worksheet # 4 As a rule of thumb, if a child misses 3 questions in a row, it is time to go back and teach/remediate the concept. Typically missing 3 or more in a row is an indication that they're not quite ready for the concept. 05 of 07 Division Worksheet # 5 Long division is almost obsolete; however, students should be able to understand the concept and be able to complete long division questions. Although it's certainly not essential to spend a great deal of time on long division. 06 of 07 Division Worksheet # 6 Always remember that the concept of division should be taught using 'fair shares.' Remainders mean that there aren't enough to give a fair share and it's like they are the leftovers. 07 of 07 Division Worksheet # 7 When a child has mastered 7 questions correctly in a row, it usually means they have a strong grasp of the concept. However, it's important to re-visit the concept each term to determine if they have retained the information.