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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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This game is a fun way for students to practice dividing larger numbers (2 and 3 digits) by one digit divisors! This game would be great to use in math centers in upper elementary grades. The file includes teacher notes, game board, and score sheet.

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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 set contains 15 kid-friendly, real life division story problems with visual, tangible remainders.
The problems teach students that there is a "mathematically correct" answer to a problem and a "real world" answer for a problem. Often, they can be different.
In real world situations, we usuall

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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.
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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.
Included in this divisi

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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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In this Division Math Mystery Activity – Case of The Divided Dragons (GRADE 4) – students will be practicing and reviewing division skills to solve which dragon is responsible for the breaking up of the Dragon Alliance! No Prep required, this fun and engaging math activity will motivate your studen

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Two-Digit Division Color by Number:
Students love to color :-)
In this activity, students solve 20 division problems (no remainders). They will then find the solution number on the coloring page and color it with the color indicated in the box for that problem. Students will immediately know whethe

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Scoot is a FUN whole-group activity that can be used in many different ways. It can be used as a review game, skill practice or even a test! You could even use these cards as task cards for a center or for early finishers.
This version of Scoot tests students' knowledge of division with remainders

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Welcome to “Dollar Deals”! These resources are no frills, ready to use stations, centers, lessons, and activities. Each is only a dollar because there are no “frills” or extras. Hope you find them useful!
This resource is an instructional game geared toward helping students better understand the

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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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Common Core aligned math resources to practice division! This 37-page unit will keep your students practicing 4th grade division math concepts and making sense of what to do with remainders (interpreting remainders) for an entire month!
Included in this pack are eight vocabulary cards for your Mat

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This long division game will help children practice visualizing division with remainders.
Learning the algorithm for long division can be tedious. Some students follow the steps without really grasping the concept of what division is, or why we divide. This division math game focuses on the real

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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These "I Have, Who Has?" cards are a great way to practice dividing with remainders. This is a fundamental skill to master the 4.NBT.6 Common Core standard, and your students will enjoy the practice!
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-30 cards Example: "I have 23÷4. Who has 5 r2?"
-Answer Key
-Label to

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Students will work to solve 12 division problems on one of two different levels. Beginning division with remainders or long division with remainders. When complete each problem will have a remainder and that will determine what color to color the ornaments on the Christmas tree.
Key is given and i

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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 set of 24 word problems focuses on larger number division word problems (2,3,and 4 digit by 1 and 2 digits) which support the Common Core State Standards for grades 4 and 5.
Also important to the CCSS is the concept that students can interpret remainders. A variety of problems requiring stu

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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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All the problems in this lesson have a 1-digit divisor, a 3-digit dividend, and a 2-digit quotient. By keeping the division pattern standard in each problem, it allows students to memorize the steps of long division and gain confidence they will need when the numbers get bigger.

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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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Students will work 12 division problems (2 levels included) to find the quotient and remainder. Then they'll add the remainders of the even numbers and remainders of the odd numbers to find a projected score to the super football game!
Product is adaptable, so use your own team names for any spor

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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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Division with Remainders
2-digit dividends divided by 1-digit divisors
Includes 20 task cards, a recording sheet as well as an answer key for students to self check their work.
This activity could be used for a center activity or for independent work.
Enjoy!
Common Core Standard (4.NBT.6)
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A festive review of division with remainders, divisibility rules and relating multiplication to division. Great for Math Centers, Partner Work and Independent Practice.
Common Core Standards Poster Slide 3
7 Math Posters (vocabulary & terms) Slides 4-7
Made for your math word wall, bulletin b

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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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Long Division Task Cards: Teachers will download 30 printable long division task cards.
Students will practice dividing 3-4 digit numbers by 2 digits with remainders.
You may use them for a 4th or 5th grade math review or as extra practice for special education math students.
Classroom math ce

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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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As students begin to understand the concept of division and learn how to interpret a remainder, they need lots of practice with the standard algorithm. No matter which division strategy they use, these task cards are a great alternative to worksheets to help them master division computation! All pro

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Quick Snips are interactive problems to assess basic concepts and skills aligned with TEKS and Common Core.
In the Quick Snip- Long Division Without Remainders, students will read a division sentence. They will then work the division sentence out on scratch paper or a white board. Once they have fo

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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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This is a Bingo game powerpoint game to review division with remainders. There are 20 questions and you just click on each question to go to it. Students must solve the problem and check to see if it on their board. The question disappears after you've clicked on it so you know you've answered it. Y

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Students will work to solve 12 division problems on one of two different levels. Beginning division with remainders or long division with remainders. When complete each problem will have a remainder and that will determine what color to color the turkey's feathers! Key is given and it matches both

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Partial Quotients- a Division Strategy Seat Scoot Activity Remainders Edition!
Partial quotients is a division strategy where students "chunk" the dividend, resulting in an a problem that's easier to solve!
This is a seat scoot game, where students will scoot from one desk to another solving a var

In this hands on activity, students work in pairs or groups to count and sort frogs into a certain number of ponds, and determine if they divide equally. They they then write the division equation with remainders--if there is one. They record their information on the chart. I call this a "game" to m

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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Long Division Task Cards: Teachers will download 30 printable long division task cards.
Students will practice dividing 3-4 digit numbers by 2 digits with no remainders.
You may use them for a 4th or 5th grade math review or as extra practice for special education math students.
Classroom math

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Rockin' Remainders // A Division Board Game
Materials Needed:
-Player Pieces
-Pencil and Paperclip (Spinner)
-Game Board
All players start at the home position. A player spins and then divides the square they are on (the dividend), by the number on the spinner (the divisor). Player 1 then t

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A math packet using the book, "A Remainder of One", by Elinor J. Pinczes. Students create various arrays as the story progresses! This is a great way to teach students about arrays and how they can be used when working on multiplication facts.
This book is a great read aloud that connects math

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