Welcome to the newsagency! We have a special tool that will help you pack pens, pencils and crayons.

You can use the tool to work out how to put equal numbers of items into packets.

Have you worked here before?

must be put into packets.

Each packet will hold a group of

How many packets do you think you will need?

How many items are left over?

25 items divided into

groups of 15 will fill 1 packet

There are 1 items left over.

÷ = r

Use the arrows to make your own problem.

Then select OK.

You haven't got enough items to have even one group.

Choose a larger number.

Use the arrows to choose the number of empty packets.

Then select OK.

Move a group of items to fill the first empty packet.

Then select Try to see if the rest of the items fill the other packets.

Oops!

There are too many packets.

The items don't fill them all

up. Try again.

Oops!

This group doesn't fill the

Packet. Try again

That's not correct.

If each packet holds a group of "#{items}" items,

then you will need "#{packets} packet.

Use the arrows to choose "#{packets}, then select OK.

Oops!

There are not enough packets for all the items! Try again.

That's right!

Now use the arrows to

choose the number of items

left over. Then select OK.

That's not right.

Count the number of items left over. Then try again.

This number of packets won't fit on the screen.

Try a smaller number.

Still not right.

There are "#{items}" left over so choose this number.

Well done!

"#{items}" ÷ #{packets}" = #{user}" r #{user}"

Select New to try

another problem.

Good work!

"#{items}" ÷ #{packets}" = #{user}" r #{user}"

You've filled your Record book. Select Record to see all the problems you solved. You can print them if you want.

1 items divided into

groups of 2 will fill 3 packet

There are 4 items left over.

25 ÷ 15 = 1 r 10

1 items divided into

groups of 2 will fill 3 packet

There are 4 items left over.

25 ÷ 15 = 1 r 10

1 items divided into

groups of 2 will fill 3 packet

There are 4 items left over.

25 ÷ 15 = 1 r 10

1 items divided into

groups of 2 will fill 3 packet

There are 4 items left over.

25 ÷ 15 = 1 r 10

1 items divided into

groups of 2 will fill 3 packet

There are 4 items left over.

25 ÷ 15 = 1 r 10

1 items divided into

groups of 2 will fill 3 packet

There are 4 items left over.

25 ÷ 15 = 1 r 10

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