Super Chunk It Division is an extension of . It is used with multiple-digit divisors and is likewise based on skip counting to answer the question, "How many of one number in another number or to make another number?” It differs from Chunk It Division in that it requires the making of a skip counting table for the divisor as shown in the example below. This may seem unnecessarily time consuming, but it is not. It amounts to making a handy list of all of the multiplication that may arise in the problem—multiplication that would normally be done off to the side as a separate problem as shown in the example of , the standard division algorithm. Regardless of how one divides, though, division with multiple-digit divisors is tedious, so once elementary school students have demonstrated proficiency with Chunk It and worked a few problems with Super Chunk It to see what is happening to the numbers, division should be relegated to calculators.