# St. Patrick's Day Division Word Problems (Interpret the Remainder - Common Core)

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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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1. Patrick, Ryan, and Kevin found 347 bright green shamrocks. If they were going to split the shamrocks, how many would each boy receive? How many would be left over?

4. There are 123 students going to the St. Patrick’s Day parade. They are meeting at their school, and then taking cars to the parade. If each car can hold 7 students, how many total cars are needed to transport each child to the parade?

5. If you want to split 398 leprechaun stickers between 5 friends and give the leftovers to your teacher, how many will your teacher receive?

8. You find 213 shamrocks made out of construction paper at school. You bring them home with you, but you leave 12 of them on the bus. With the rest of the shamrocks, you divide them between you and your three siblings. You give the leftovers to your neighbor. How many will your neighbor receive?
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