This resource includes all you will need to introduce your students to interpreting remainders. There are 5 anchor charts that detail each of the different ways remainders can be interpreted. These include: using only the remainder, ignoring the remainder, rounding up to the next whole, how many to make another whole set, and using fractions or decimals. Students are given text coding to help them identify and remember each individual type of interpretation. Sample problems and clues for identification are included on each anchor chart. These can also be shrunk and included in math notebooks or placed at teams for easy reference.
This resource also includes 15 task cards. There are three story problems for each of the five different ways to interpret remainders. A variety of cooperative learning structures are also detailed as additional ways to use.
There are two partner or individual worksheets for additional practice included in this resource. They are set up so students can complete them using a rally coach style cooperative structure, or can easily be used independently. Directions for possible uses are also included.