March 3, 2023

# FREE Printable Popsicle Division Math Puzzles

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Sneak in some fun summer math with these super cute Popsicle division puzzles! Practicing division facts to keep the knowledge fresh is easy with this summer activity for kids in 3rd grade, 4th grade, 5th grade, and 6th graders too. Simply print pdf file with division game to have some educational fun this summer!

## Division Puzzles

Avoid the summer learnin loss and have fun practicing division with these super cuteÂ division puzzles! ThisÂ summer math activity is perfect for grade 3, grade 4, grade 5, and grade 6 students to review division facts and improve speed and accuracy. You will love that theseÂ printable math puzzles are self checking! Simply print, cut, and play thisÂ division math game!Â  Whether you are a parent looking for extra practice, a teacher working on summer school or back-to-school fun, or a tutor engaging children in aÂ summer math camp – thisÂ division activity is a great way to play and learn!

## Summer Math

Start by scrolling to the bottom of the post, under the terms of use, and click on the text link that says >> _____ <<. The division printables pdf file will open in a new window for you to save the freebie and print the template.

## Division Game

Before you pull out the puzzles, I highly suggest that you introduce the concept of division.

As with all puzzles, a little prep work is needed. These popsicles are easy to cut out though, so the cutting part is easy!

1. First, print off the popsicles on card stock paper.
2. Next, cut them out and for extra durability laminate them.
3. Now, you are ready to get in some division fact practice!

## Math summer camp

#### Division in Relationship to Multiplication

One way is to show your children how division and multiplication relate, and there are many different ways to do this. You can, of course, use fact family triangles. These

Another fun way is to let your children use manipulatives and have them sort items to show multiplication and then division problems. Activities like these task cards, challenge children to solve simple multiplication or division problems with manipulatives….and at the same time, they are developing algebra skills.

## Modeling Division

Any time you can get children to model a math skill….I’m all for it!

And there are a few different ways you can do this with division.

1. Repeated subtraction is one way. If I’m solving 24 divided by 8 I can subtract 8 from 24 repeatedly until I get to 0. 24 – 8 = 16, 16 – 8 = 8, 8 – 8 = 0 I subtracted 8 three times, so 24 divided by 8 equals 3.
2. Arrays – Multiplication is often taught using arrays, so this a great way to work through division. If I’m dividing 15 by 3 I count out 15 manipulatives and make a row of three. I continue making a row of three until I don’t have any manipulatives left, and then I count up the rows. I have five rows, so 15 divided by 3 equals 5.
3. Making Groups – This is the one that is most often used. Simply count out manipulatives to equal the dividend, make circles base on the divisor, and then divide up the manipulatives into the groups. The number of manipulatives in each group is the answer.
4. Number Lines – Number lines are a great way to build number sense in adding, subtracting, multiplying, and division. And activities like these word problems get children using the number lines as well as many of the other activities listed above.

## Ice Cream Math

After your children have been exposed to the division, then it is time to practice their facts and work on memorization with activities like these popscicle puzzles.

You can simply have them work through the puzzles, or you can make it a competition if your child likes that type of thing.

They can work to beat their previous time or beat a partners time.

Either way, getting them to repeatedly answer division problems reinforces the answer and will help them begin to memorize their division facts.

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## Division Activities

Looking for more fun, free printable division games for kids to practice math and gain fluency? You will love these division worksheets, printable division games, and more!

## Ice Cream Activities

If you are looking for more ice cream activities to add to your ice cream theme of summer learning, check these out!

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## Ice Cream Math

Looking for more fun ways to learn this summer with popsicle themed activities? You will love these free printables:

## Summer Fun

Looking for moreÂ outdoor activities for kids andÂ things to do in the summer? Your toddler, preschool, pre k, kindergarten, and elementary age kids will love these fun ideas to keep them busy all summer long:

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## Fun Summer Activities for Kids

### Popsicle Division Puzzles

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