These task cards feature questions that ask students to interpret the remainder by either ignoring it, adding it to the whole number quotient, using it as a fractional piece, or identifying it as the answer. There are 16 task cards in this activity.
These task cards can be used several different ways. You may choose to tape them around the classroom and use them as a scavenger hunt. You may choose to use these task cards as a math center. You may also choose to use these cards to play scoot.
Students record their answers on the record sheet included in this activity.
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Keywords: scoot, task card, solve, divide, division, remainders, interpretation, fifth grade, fourth grade, sixth grade, review, math center