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CCSS, 12 pages, 5 worksheets
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.
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5 multiple choice questions on interpreting remainder. Questions are all basic division facts with remainders. Students must decide if it's most appropriate to drop the remainder, include it as a fraction, include it as a decimal, or round up.

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Use this page to have your students practice interpreting remainders in a fun way! Use on Halloween, in October or November, or any time this fall!

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Help students practice interpreting remainders with this fun holiday themed worksheet.

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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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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.
Included in this product:
* reference posters for your math bulletin board
* 3 problems to use during instruction
* guided practice problem

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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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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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Follow Davey around as he asks his best friend Steve how to convert a fraction to a decimal. Then, let's head to the beach and go under the sea to discover how decimals are converted into percents. Come on and join us; Let's Rock Math!
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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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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!
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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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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

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

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

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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,

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This is a Valentine's Day theme word problem sheet. There are six division word problems. Students are to interpret the remainder (for example, after dividing, they are asked "how many are leftover", "how many total cars are needed", etc).
Answer Key included.
Examples from the worksheet:
1. J

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This worksheet is a perfect companion to Go Math Lesson 4.3, or could be used if you are using a different curriculum but are teaching students how to interpret the remainder in division problems.

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This resource can be used for teaching multiplication and division, including interpreting remainders. It is aligned with 4th grade TEKS and is specifically designed for teaching 4.4H math TEKS!
Included in this Resource:
24 math task cards
2 easy grader worksheets (for pre- and post-testing)
Googl

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Need a way to increase student engagement in problem solving? These self-checking problem solving posters draw students in by including QR codes. Students scan the QR code, solve the problem, and find their answer on another poster. If they don't find their answer, then they know that they have m

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This 8 questions worksheet involved division with larger numbers. Students have to decide what to do with the remainder- round up, ignore, decimal, fraction, or the remainder is the answer. It's great for extra practice, remediation, enrichment, homework, or assessment.
Other items of interest:
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Use these story problems to celebrate Valentine's Day and practice interpreting remainders in division story problems.

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30 CCSS task cards/5 worksheets, 22 pages
The purpose of these cards/worksheets is to engage students in the practice of problem solving with dividing and interpreting remainders. These problems are most grade appropriate for fifth grade, but would be a nice challenge for fourth graders. They wou

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The math video and worksheet included in this resource were created to help students learn, practice, and apply interpreting remainder concepts for fourth grade. Students will be asked to solve story problems with remainders using standard division and interpret the remainders .
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Division Word Problems with Remainders - Students always have a difficult time understanding what to do with the remainder. This resource will give your children what they need to finally get what to do with that remainder!
**32 Division Word Problems Task Cards AND 5 NO PREP WORKSHEETS**
WITH BON

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This lesson teaches students how to interpret the remainder to a division word problem. Students have to divide to find the correct quotient and then answer the question correctly by either rounding the answer up, dropping the remainder, using the remainder as the answer, or sharing the remainder a

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Two Common Core Christmas themed worksheets using authentic real world problems that your students will love.
Worksheet 1: Students use division and interpret the remainders with multiple step Christmas themed problems. Comes with answer key for teacher use.
Worksheet 2: Students complete a PBL

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If you're like me, you've been scowering the internet for word problems that relate to interpreting the remainder. I've compiled 8 pages of questions (4 questions per page) that require students to not only solve the division problem but interpret the remainder and explain why. I've used these for

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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 is a graphic organizer with a sample included for students to create their own math stories that involve word problmes in which you need to interpret the remainder. Students come up with one scene in which the remainder is ignored, one in which the answer is rounded up to the next whole number,

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Practice with some of the most difficult types of problems on the STAAR test - including multi-step problems and being able to interpret remainders

This is a set of 16 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
These cards are winter holiday themed!
Print as full pages, or

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Kids are great at dividing, but at times they don't answer the question correctly. This is mainly due to not understanding how to interpret the remainder. This division activity requires students to focus on what to do with the remainder depending on what the question is asking. It is great for s

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One page quiz (10 problems total). 3 interpreting remainders word problems and 7 problems that require division with remainders.

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Students will draw pictures and use long division to solve word problems. Then they will decide how to interpret the remainder.

This product allows students to practice interpreting the remainder in a division word problem. Students receive a word problem (9 word problems are given on the second page of the document), and complete a close read of the problem. They illustrate the problem to help them visualize what it's askin

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This includes 4 different worksheets that explore 4 different ways to interpret remainders including:
Rounding up
Dropping the remainder
Looking at only the remainder
Sharing all (and dividing the remainder) - most challenging
They also include a fast finisher for each where students can be challe

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Students solve 8 division word problems in which the remainder must be interpreted. Students will either drop the remainder, round up the quotient, or report the remainder as a fraction/decimal.

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A worksheet with 8 division word problems which require students to interpret the remainder by choosing to round the answer up, ignore the reminder, or make the remainder a fraction or decimal.

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Help your students practice interpreting remainders with these holiday themed word problems. Students will write a number sentence with a variable, solve for the quotient, and decide what to do with the remainder.
This resource is part of a money saving holiday bundle. You can find that bundle here

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This is a simple activity that requires students to read each word problem, solve, and then support their answer with the strategy they used to interpret the remainder. Use this as extra practice or a center idea for reinforcement, assessment, etc.

Use this worksheet to practice interpreting/determining what to do with the remainder in a division problem.

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10 long division word problems with graph paper embedded into each question. Students are prompted to circle whether the remainder is to be ignored, used as the solution, or added to the quotient in each question. There are eight 3-digit divided by 1-digit, one 2 digit divided by 1-digit, and one 4-

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This is a two page Word document. There are four word problems on each page, neatly organized in boxes so that students have enough room to show their work.
They are division word problems (single digit divisors, three digit dividends). Students are to interpret the questions carefully.
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3 Division Word Problems.
This sheet is made for 4th graders.
Students will have to decide what to do with the remainder in the division problems.

This is a worksheet that has problems that help students practice interpreting the remainder.

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This lesson was designed with the following in mind:
1. Students learn from their mistakes, and are more likely to master content when they can see and explain not only the correct way to solve a problem, but also the common misconceptions associated with the skill.
2. Mistakes are part of learning

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