Practise division for Year 1

On the Practise Maths website, you can practise year 1 division at your own level. You can easily set your own level of difficulty. Each exercise consists of 15 different division problems, and after completing the exercise, you'll see your score! If you answer more than 13 questions correctly, your time score will also be displayed. If you're not happy with your score, you can try again. If you improve your score, a green bar will appear, indicating a new high score. You can compare your score with other children, making practising division for year 1 fun and competitive!

Division Tables (1 to 12)

At Practise Maths, you can practise division tables 1-12. You can choose which tables to practise and even practise multiple tables simultaneously. Do you find the division table of 2 particularly challenging? You can focus on practising that specific table.

In addition to practising year 1 division, you can play maths games to further improve your division skills. Before the game begins, you can set which division tables you want to practise! This way, you can enhance your division skills for year 1 in a fun way! For example, try playing the game Blob Defense and build a tower to stop the blobs! Once the maths game ends, you'll see your score and can compare it with others.

How does it work?

Practise Maths is made to enhance your maths skills so you can solve maths problems more quickly. The website is built for all primary school children, allowing you to play games and practise exercises at your own level and pace. The games make maths even more enjoyable!

The division games and division exercises are completely free for you to use! You can practise as much as you want without paying anything. This way, you can practise year 1 division whenever and as long as you want. Our platform is constantly being improved and updated, so you always have access to the latest games.

Curriculum

In Year 1, it's expected that you can solve simple division problems using drawings, objects, and sequences. This includes:

  • Counting in steps of 2, 5, and 10. For example, understanding that 3 x 2 is the same as 2 + 2 + 2
  • Using division and grouping to solve division problems
  • Beginning to understand multiplication and division

With Practise Maths, you'll become better and faster at division. Through division games and division exercises, you'll enjoy practising maths in a fun and engaging way.