Long Division

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Fuel the Brain

February 19, 2015 -- Submitted by Lee Thach, a reader from North Carolina, USA, who is affiliated with the site.

Fuel the Brain was created to provide free and inexpensive resources to elementary educators.

The website was launched in February of 2009 with two games and ten printables. Since then we have added numerous games, printables, interactives and more.

We strive to provide high-quality and fun games and activities that address the current core standards. All of the games and activities on this site were developed by us to provide a comprehensive collection of teaching aids and activities that enhance the curricula.

Thinking Blocks

February 3, 2007 -- From Colleen, a teacher, from USA, who is affiliated with the site.

Thinking Blocks is a series of free, multimedia math programs that teach students how to model and solve multistep word problems. Using a combination of guided practice, video instruction, and assessment, Thinking Blocks encourages students to discover the concepts and relationships that are at the core of every math problem. Practice sets include addition and subtraction, multiplication and division, and ratio and proportion.

Long Division

January 6, 2007 -- From Mike, a reader, from Silicon Valley, who is affiliated with the site.

This web page shows all the steps in doing a long division problem. Unlike many sites, it doesn’t just do the integral part, stop, and show a remainder. It computes decimals places until they repeat.

Double Division

November 29, 2006 -- From Jeff, a reader from Santa Barbara, CA, who is affiliated with the site.

This is an alternative method of doing division that some people really like; => no guessing, => doesn’t require knowing your multiplication facts, => more intuitive, => online calculator shows you how to do it.