Q.1. Marian baked bread, cookies, and pastries one Saturday at home for her family and friends this holiday season.
She made 47 gingerbread cookies which she will distribute equally in tiny glass jars. If each jar is to contain six cookies each, how many cookies will not be placed in a jar?
47 ÷ 6 = 7 remainder 5
5 cookies will not be placed in a jar.
Q.2. Marian baked bread, cookies, and pastries one Saturday at home for her family and friends this holiday season.
Marian also baked oatmeal cookies for her 30 classmates. If she can place 12 cookies on a tray at a time, how many trays will she need to prepare 276 oatmeal cookies at a time?
276 ÷ 12 = 23
She will need 23 trays.
Q.3. Marian baked bread, cookies, and pastries one Saturday at home for her family and friends this holiday season.
Lastly, she baked 53 lemon cupcakes for the children in the preschool nearby. If two lemon cupcakes were left at home, how many boxes with 3 lemon cupcakes each were given away?
53 ÷ 3 = 17 remainder 2
Seventeen boxes of lemon cupcakes were given away.
Q.4. Marian baked bread, cookies, and pastries one Saturday at home for her family and friends this holiday season.
She also prepared 59 croissants which she plans to give to her 8 neighbors. If each neighbor received and equal number of croissants, how many will be left with Marian?
59 ÷ 8 = 7 remainder 3
There were 3 croissants left with Marian.
Q.5. Marian baked bread, cookies, and pastries one Saturday at home for her family and friends this holiday season.
Marian’s friends were coming over that afternoon, so she made 480 bitesized pretzels. If one serving is equal to 12 pretzels, how many servings of bitesized pretzels was Marian able to prepare?
480 ÷ 12 = 40
Marian was able to prepare 40 servings of bitesized pretzels.
Q.6. Matt and his friends were thinking of making Christmas decorations for their clubhouse.
They are to repaint 350 balls in ten different colors. If they painted an equal number of balls for every color, how many balls are there for each color?
350 ÷ 10 = 35
There are 35 balls for each color.
Q.7. Matt and his friends were thinking of making Christmas decorations for their clubhouse.
How many colorful matchboxes will they have left?
They will have 2 colorful matchboxes left.
Q.8. Matt and his friends were thinking of making Christmas decorations for their clubhouse.
Matt had 4 small cans of gold paint. When painting the stars, he ran out of paint with 2 stars left unpainted. How many stars did he paint over? How many stars can each can of paint cover?
34  2 = 32 number of stars painted
32 ÷ 4 = 8
Each can covered 8 stars.
Q.9. Matt and his friends were thinking of making Christmas decorations for their clubhouse.
They had 119 matchboxes wrapped in colorful shiny wrappers. If they are to distribute the matchboxes equally to the 9 houses in the first block, how may matchboxes will each house receive?
119 ÷ 9 = 13 remainder 2
Each house will receive 13 colorful matchboxes.
Q.10. Matt and his friends were thinking of making Christmas decorations for their clubhouse.
They also gathered paper to create some starshaped papiermâché. If each star requires 20 pieces of paper and they had 680 pieces of paper, how many stars were they able to make? Was there any paper left over?
680 ÷ 20 = 34
They were able to make 34 stars. There was no paper leftover.
Q.11. Susie and her family woke up early on the first weekend of spring. They had a long list of activities for spring cleaning.
Susie's mom prepared 74 carrot sticks for breakfast. If the carrots were served equally to 12 people, how many carrot sticks were left uneaten?
74 ÷ 12 = 6 remainder 2
There were 2 carrot sticks left uneaten.
Q.12. Susie and her family woke up early on the first weekend of spring. They had a long list of activities for spring cleaning.
Susie’s mother collected all family pictures and wanted to place all of them in an album. If an album can contain 20 pictures, how many albums will she need if there are 480 pictures?
480 ÷ 20 = 24
She will need 24 albums.
Q.13. Susie and her family woke up early on the first weekend of spring. They had a long list of activities for spring cleaning.
Susie’s father repaired the bookshelves in the reading room. If he has 210 books to be distributed equally on the 10 shelves he repaired, how many books will each shelf contain? Are there any books leftover?
210 ÷ 10 = 21
Each shelf will contain 21 books. There are no books leftover.
Q.14. Susie and her family woke up early on the first weekend of spring. They had a long list of activities for spring cleaning.
Susie and her sister gathered all 98 of their teddy bears and placed them on the shelves in their bedroom. If every shelf is 4 feet wide and can carry a maximum of 7 teddy bears, how many shelves will be filled?
98 ÷ 7 = 14
A total of 14 shelves will be filled with teddy bears.
Q.15. Susie and her family woke up early on the first weekend of spring. They had a long list of activities for spring cleaning.
Joe, Susie’s brother, collected all 94 trading cards scattered in his room and placed them in boxes. If a full box can hold a maximum of 8 cards, how many boxes were filled and how many cards are there in the unfilled box?
94 ÷ 8 = 11 remainder 6
There were 11 boxes filled and an unfilled box that contains 6 cards.
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