# 5 Free Long Division Color by Number Worksheets | Fun Activities

These free long division color by number worksheets will help to visualize and understand long divisions in an interactive way. 4th and 5th grade Students will learn basic long division methods and can improve their basic math skills with our free printable base long division color by number worksheets.

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## 5 Fun Long Division Color by Number Worksheets

Please download the following coloring worksheets and practice long divisions on the pages.

**Traditional Division Math**

Our youngsters like to do math. **But we have finally found their Achilles heel. Long division.**

**Now most of us know how to do the traditional division**, but sometimes students need special reminders to help them remember all the steps.

And there are some great ones. Basically, what we want them to remember is that they need to divide, multiply, subtract, check, or compare that the divisor is larger than the remainder, bring down the next number, and of course, start all over again.

That is a lot to remember, so these fun mnemonic devices help our children remember the steps.

**D**oes** M**cDonaldâ€™s **S**ell **C**heese**b**urgers Raw?

These next two, leave off the check but are quite catching.

**D**ead **M**onkeys **S**mell **B**ad **D**racula **M**ust **S**uck **B**lood Or you could always do this fun division rap.

**Partial Quotients Division Math**

I always like to provide my studentâ€™s options. Everyone thinks about math differently, and if they are able to do mental math you may be surprised at the different ways they come upon an answer.

So should we only teach one method, when another way may be the key to unlocking a door for them? As a public school teacher and now a home school mom, I would teach two or three methods.

Once they had a pretty good grasp on both ways, I let them choose which one works best for them.

My oldest son has chosen partial difference while my middle child prefers traditional subtraction. He also prefers lattice multiplication, and partial quotients when dividing.

I look forward to which method my middle child chooses.

**How to Do Partial Quotients in Long Division**

It may sound scary, but it is not. Letâ€™s look at this problem. We are dividing 235 into five equal groups. In partials, we begin by looking at the 2 and asking ourselves what it really stands for.

Well, it stands for 200. Our next step is to ask _____ x 5 = 200. Now, this is the best part of partial products.

As long as they donâ€™t go over, it can be any number. I can do 10 x 5 = 50 over and over again till I get the right answer. Or we can do it the easy way and say 40 x 5 = 200.

Then we put it in the division problem like this. Now, all we have left is 35. And we ask the question again. ____ x 5 = 35.

Well, we know that 7 x 5 = 35 so we put in the information like this. Now, all that is left is finding the answer. And we do this by adding up all the factors in the right-hand corner.

And we see that the answer is 47. It is that easy.

### Coloring Butterfly Wings with Long Division

To start our long division color activity, we will take the help of a butterfly wing.

How will you solve this activity? Read the following steps.

- Just see the long division problems given in each part of the image and after solving and finding the answer go to the color code to see the assigned color.
- For example, if any parts give the result 11 then go to the color code and see what color is assigned for the number 11.
- Then start to color that part with the assigned color and go to the next portion for coloring.

### Do Long Division and Color the Balloons

You are making a birthday card for your best friend. Here, you are drawing three balloons on the card. After drawing, itâ€™s time for coloring.

How will you solve this activity? Read the following steps.

- Just see the long division problems given in each part of the image and after solving and finding the answer go to the color code to see the assigned color.
- For example, if any parts give the result 11 then go to the color code and see what color is assigned for the number 11.
- Then start to color that part with the assigned color and go to the next portion for coloring.

### Activity 3: Dinosaur Theme Long Division Coloring Activity

Â You can see various long divisions given on the dinosaurs in the following worksheet. After solving those divisions, color the whole picture accordingly.

How will you solve this activity? Read the following steps.

- Just see the long division problems given in each part of the image and after solving and finding the answer go to the color code to see the assigned color.
- For example, if any parts give the result 11 then go to the color code and see what color is assigned for the number 11.
- Then start to color that part with the assigned color and go to the next portion for coloring.

### Solving Long Division and Coloring Flowers

We are talking about color without mentioning anything about flowers. In this activity, you will color various flowers along with yourself after solving some long-division problems.Â

How will you solve this activity? Read the following steps.

- Then start to color that part with the assigned color and go to the next portion for coloring.

### Long Division Color by Number Ice Cream Activity

The last and final activity will be to give your favorite ice cream as a reward for completing these activities. Solve each of the long divisions on the following image and then color according to the instructions.

How will you solve this activity? Read the following steps.

- Then start to color that part with the assigned color and go to the next portion for coloring.

## Download Free Printable PDF

Download the following combined PDF and enjoy your practice session.

So today, weâ€™ve discussed some long division color by number worksheets using the concepts of long divisions. Download our free worksheets, and after practicing these worksheets, students will surely improve their mathematical skills and have a better understanding of long divsion.

Hello, I am Md. Araf Bin Jayed. I have completed my B.Sc in Industrial and Production Engineering from Ahsanullah University of Science and Technology. Currently I am working as a Content Developer for You Have Got This Math at Softeko. With proper guidelines and aid from the parent organization Softeko, I want to represent typical math problems with easy solutions. With my acquired knowledge and hard work, I want to contribute to the overall growth of this organization.