Division Chart B

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  1. Division Chart B - without the answers filled in.
  2. A box of slips with all the division combinations.
  3. Answer tiles to fill in the blank chart.
  4. A summary card of the Division Tables up to 81 by up to 9.



  1. Directress introduces the child to the Division Chart B.
  2. She gives the child the Chart and the box of slips.
  3. The child takes a slip, for e..g. 30/6.
  4. Finds the number 30 on the top of the board and 6 at the right side of the board.
  5. Place two fingers on the two numbers and slide them along and down to the meeting point.b
  6. The child tries to recall the answer and then places the answer tile in that column.
  7. Encourage the child to work through the slips in the box.

Control Of Error

  1. There is the exact number of Answer Tiles to complete Chart B.
  2. The Summary Card.
  3. Directress guided.

Points Of Interest


  • To help the child learn and remember the Division Tables.


Place all the answer tiles in a toolbox, where all the 1s are stored in one compartment, the 2s in another compartment,... and so on. It would be easier for the child to find the answer tiles.