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So, it's really time to banish the long division monster. We've been working on long division all summer, but still there's some perception that a three digit long division problem is much harder than a four digit problem, and heaven help us if a five or six digit division worksheet gets shuffled into the daily drills. So, to finally drive a stake through this beast's heart, we came up with a sort of agreement. I can assign worksheets with division problems as large as I want, as long as there's no more than one problem per page. Well, throw the switch, a lightning bolt rips through Dad's dungeon laboratory and the Monster Division Worksheets are alive! Of course, one problem per-page works out fine because you need that much space to work the problem out, and to make it easier to keep things lined up, the worksheets carry lines down the problem page. Give these twelve and fourteen digit leviathans a try, and I promise their four digit kin will seem far less intimidating... Like warm, fuzzy, forest creature division. Click here to see the new Monster Long Division Worksheets!