We have included the entire White Rose worksheet each day, but please remember the only expected activities are the problems shown on the plan. But you are welcome to try the others for consolidation/extension if you wish.
Lots of children find division more tricky than multiplication. So it's even more important to use cubes, counters, lego bricks or whatever to model what is going on. We usually think of division as "sharing" (where objects are dealt out: one for you, one for you...etc and we count how many objects are in each group). But it is important that children understand division as "grouping" too, for example putting 12 bricks into piles of 3 and counting how many groups there are. It's a different process, but represented by the same division number sentence.