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Engage your students with these 32 Interpreting Remainders Division Task Cards! Students are given a word problem that they must solve, then explain what the remainder represents.
A wide variety of different remainder situations are represented, including remainders to be dropped, raised, rounded,

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Get this as part of a bundle: Long Division Bundle

These task cards are a great way to help your students practice interpreting remainders in division word problems. There are many different types of division word problems in this set.
You receive 48 task cards, which are coordinated for easy differentiation. This allows you to assign different tas

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Practice long division and particularly interpreting the meaning of the quotient and the remainder with this fun 4 in a row game. This game is differentiated. It includes 2 games: one with i digit divisors and another with 2 digit divisors.
Please note this game has been revised to include 2 digi

Division: Interpreting the Remainder Handout and Posters FREE
Interpreting the Remainder is not an easy concept to teach...or to learn! That is why I created this handout and these three posters that cover the three choices for dealing with remainders (Round it, Drop it, Share it).
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This purchase contains 5 products which cover the common core standard: 4.OA3 - Solve multistep word problems posed with whole numbers and having whole-number answers using the four operations, including problems in which remainders must be interpreted.
***THESE PRODUCTS SELL IN MY STORE INDIVIDUAL

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Division: Division game contains 36 WORD PROBLEM division game cards and a game board to help students practice interpreting the remainder in division word problems. This game works great as a pair/group activity, in math centers, or for use as an informal assessment tool.
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Get this as part of a bundle: Division Centers Bundle: 3rd Grade Division Games and Activities

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Interpreting the remainder is a skill that needs lots of practice! Your students will love practicing this skill with this set of 24 self checking task cards.
The set includes -
* 24 Self checking interpreting the remainder task cards that are designed to practice CCSS 4.OA.3
* A task card recordi

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Google Paperless Practice - 4th Grade Division: Understand and Interpret Remainders {4.NBT.6, 4.OA.3}
Engage your students with this interactive DIGITAL resource that works with Google Slides™. No more copies to be made, no more printer ink, and no more lost papers!
With this 18-slide digital res

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Get this as part of a bundle: 4th Grade Math Operations Bundle {4.NBT.4, 4.NBT.5, 4.NBT.6...} Google Classroom

Maximize the versatility of task cards to increase productivity in your classroom.
What are task cards?
Task cards are meant to assess procedural and conceptual understanding of the curriculum you taught to your students. Designed to challenge students, task cards will provide authentic feedback to

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This product contains 10 scavenger hunt cards for interpreting remainders. I used this activity as one of our last review lessons before our quiz. I simply hang the cards around the room and with a buddy, the students go around and solved each card. These cards could also be used as task cards for m

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This differentiated activity focuses on problem solving with division and remainders. There are 3 leveled activities and 1 assessment. I use these in my math centers but they can be used during guided practice for a lesson.
Activity 1 (Intervention)- Students will solve word probl

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This purchase contains 8 interactive notebook pages for teaching interpreting remainders. There’s two interactive pages for each of the following interpretations:
➥ Use it to round
➥ Focus on it
➥ Drop it
➥ Record as a fraction or decimal.
Photos/answer keys included.
COMMON CORE ALIGNED - 4.OA.

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This lesson is a great introduction to real-life remainders. How do I know when to ignore my remainder and when I need to add another group so my remainder doesn't get left behind!? This lesson helps give students concrete skills that will help them answer this question.
Division problems in this

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This PowerPoint presentation introduces the four ways remainders are used in long division word problems: drop it, round up, only the remainder, and the remainder written as a fraction. It gives students suggestions for when to use which and eight example problems (with answers) to solve.

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Are your students unsure what to do with their remainders in a word problem? This packet with provide them with practice dividing and interpreting remainders.
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* reference posters for your math bulletin board
* 3 problems to use during instruction
* guided practice problem

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This set of 24 division with remainders word problem task cards is a great way to imbed the skill of division into word problems. This allows students to practice their problem solving abilities instead of using "naked" numbers.
To see how I use them with my students check out this blog post!
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This lesson is a great introduction to real-life remainders. How do I know when to ignore my remainder and when I need to add another group so my remainder doesn't get left behind!? This lesson helps give students concrete skills that will help them answer this question.
All problems in this less

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Are you looking for new and engaging way to get your students thinking about interpreting the remainders in word problems?
I created this lesson to help my students recognize patterns in division word problems. I give examples of the 5 most common types of problems (round it, drop, it, share, use

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This purchase includes 3 practice sheets for interpreting remainders. The interpretations include:
➥ Use it to round
➥ Ignore it
➥ Focus on it
➥ Change it to a fraction or decimal
I use these practice sheets for classwork and homework. Student friendly and ready for printing. There is also a 10 q

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Interpreting remainders in a division story problem can be a difficult concept to grasp but this graphic organizer breaks it down in a way that's easier to understand.
To use this interpreting remainders graphic organizer I pass out the blank copy to my students at the beginning of the lesson. I

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You TEACH. They SHOW & SORT.
Show & Sort activities are meant to be engaging and challenging for your students. Designed to ignite discussion and debate, Show & Sorts will get your students talking about the material you taught them. Show and Sorts provide real life examples that are rel

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Help your students understand remainders and what to do with them! Should you "Round It", "Drop It" or "Split It"?
This pack includes:
- Strategy Foldable (Includes how to interpret remainder and which strategy to use AND an example of each strategy)
- 8 self checking task cards (3 Round It, 3 Dro

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Interpreting the Remainder is always such a difficult concept for elementary students to understand, therefore, I developed and tested this Common Core Aligned product for my students that helped them out tremendously.
This product includes:
- suggestions (with pictures) on how to use the product

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This lesson is a great introduction to real-life remainders. How do I know when to ignore my remainder and when I need to add another group so my remainder doesn't get left behind!? This lesson helps give students concrete skills that will help them answer this question.
It requires just a basic

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Even students who are able to divide accurately often struggle when presented with a story problem in which the remainder must be considered. Display this poster as a reference for students as they work to interpret the remainders in various contexts.
This poster is an excellent resource to be use

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Use these quizzes to assess student mastery of Texas math TEKS 4.4H - solving with fluency one- and two-step problems involving multiplication and division, including interpreting remainders. Great practice for that always-tricky skill of interpreting remainders!
Aligned to NEW

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These 4 sets of coordinating task cards {80 cards} are great for applying the skill of double digit division! Each card has a word problem to solve involving double digit division with 2 digit quotients with remainders.
The word problems are presented in pairs. Each pair of cards works with the sam

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Division Tic-Tac-Toe - Interpreting the Remainder
Have your students practice dividing and interpreting the remainder in a fun way. This file includes a tic-tac-toe style game with an answer key.
***This product is also included in the Division Tic-Tac-Toe Ultimate Bundle #1.
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This is a two page document.
There are four word problems on each page. Each word problem is enclosed in a box with enough room for students to show their work.
The first four word problems have "three digit dividends". The last four word problems also have "three digit dividends", but stude

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This is a three page document.
Each page contains 4 division word problems. They are each inside of a box (for clear presentation and enough room for students to show their work). Each division problem has a two digit dividend. The last two pages (8 word problems), ask the student to interpret t

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This pack will help your students better
understand how to interpret
the remainder of a division problem!
What is included?
-4 Posters (one for each way to interpret the remainder)
-Unit Introduction/Notes Page (with answer key)
-16 task cards
-3 additional practice pages (with answer key)
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Differentiation is essential in any classroom, but it can be difficult or time consuming. This resource allows you to differentiate for your students with ease. These 36 task cards are CCSS aligned (4.OA.3, 4.NBT.6) and each contain a word problem requiring students to interpret remainders in orde

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In this Google Slides activity, students will learn four different ways of thinking about the remainder. (TACO strategy) They will then solve some one-step and two-step division story problems and decide which way they should think about the remainder. Afterward, they will find the final answer. T

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Use this as a station, cooperative learning, intervention or
independent practice.
Students will solve each division problem on their Brain Page and
then sort the questions by how they interpret the remainder.
Could also be played where students just read the question, and
based on the information g

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Provide your students with many opportunities to practice solving division problems in which the remainder must be considered.
(1) Use only the remainder
(2) Ignore the remainder
(3) Add one to the quotient
(4) Share the remainder as a fraction or decimal
(5) Determine the missing amount
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This printable worksheet is designed to give students in grades 3-5 practice on interpreting the remainder in word problem format. It contains 2 digit numbers divided by 1 digit numbers. Students should use the space provided under each problem to draw a picture to help them solve the problem.

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This common core aligned purchase contains 16 cards for interpreting remainders (holiday themed). Interpretations include: using it to round, ignore it, record it as a decimal or fraction, and focus on it. Perfect for small group instruction or a center activity. Perfect for math workshop!! Enjoy an

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Interpret the Remainder Word Problems Scoot CCSS
Play this Interpret the Remainder Scoot with your students! This is a great way to practice and reinforce their knowledge of interpreting the remainder with word problems. It is a fantastic and fun review!
Included in the file are 24 cards, a recor

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Two different Valentine's Day Project Based Learning math and division themed worksheets that your students will love. Supports critical thinking with authentic multiple step real life problems.
Worksheet 1: Students use division and interpret the remainders with multiple step Valentine's Day them

These 4 sets of 20 coordinating task cards {80 cards} are great for applying the skill of single digit division! Each card has a word problem to solve involving single digit division with remainders.
The word problems are presented in pairs. Each pair of cards works with the same real life scenario

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Don't your kids hate having to interpret the remainder of a division problem. Should I drop the remainder or should I use the remainder. Or maybe I should add one to my quotient? This circle chart really helped my students master these division with remainder problems this year. Hope you find it

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On this homework sheet, students solve the same division problem over and over, but are asked to interpret the remainder in different ways.

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**24 task cards with multi-step word problems aligned with CCSS 4.OA.3. Students will use division strategies to interpret remainders and their effect on a given scenario.
Task cards are created in a BLACK and WHITE FORMAT for convenience when printing on a copier. FULL S

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This set of 32 task cards gives students plenty of practice with interpreting the remainder in the following ways:
-Add 1 to the quotient
-Use only the quotient
-Use only the remainder
-Write the answer as a fraction
These cards may be used in a variety of ways: group work, individual work, scaven

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The Interpreting the Remainder Resource Pack contains a variety of resources for helping students understand what the remainder means in division problems. In this pack you will receive 24 unique, differentiated, Common Core Friendly, task cards that will help students develop their understanding

Teaching division? Need a quick exit ticket! Check out Interpreting Remainders Word Problems! Answer Key included! Happy Mathing!

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This 16 page document provides an introduction to or additional practice with interpreting remainders. Students will report remainders as fractions or decimals, ignore remainders, or round up to report answers for division questions.

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Sorts are great for so many activities!
- Cut, sort, and paste them
- Sort in centers
- Glue in interactive notebooks
- Use as a practice worksheet
- Ticket out the door
- Quiz/Test
- Keep fast finishers engaged
- Pair them with a game like Tic Tac Toe or Connect 4
This set of 25 division problem

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On this test, students need to solve 5 different long division problems and interpret the remainders in different ways. There is also a box next to each for them to explain why they interpreted the remainder the way they did.
Test also includes a bonus (dividing with decimals), and multiplication,

This is a set of 20 cards with division story problems. All problems have a remainder that needs to be interpreted. The four ways I have taught my students to interpret remainders are:
Drop it
Use it
Round it up
Turn it into a fraction
There are 5 cards for each way.
These cards can be used as tas

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The purpose of these common core aligned worksheets is to engage students in understanding how to interpret a remainder from a division word problem. Students will be asked to solve problems and determine whether to add, share, use, or drop the remainder.
These cards

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Help your students understand how to treat remainders in division word problems. This product introduces four different options (round up, make into a fraction, remainder only, and throw it away) and provides one example of each type of problem. It also includes an answer sheet and a page for studen

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