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Teaching Factors & Multiples

Teaching Factors & Multiples

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prime factorization anchor chart...factor tree method. KNew this in elementary school and now can't remember for college, handy

Sosa, Emily - Fifth Grade / Anchor Charts

FREE Least Common Multiple Chart!Learning how to find the Least Common Multiple can be challenging for some students. This chart is very helpful for learning how to find the Least Common Multiple. If your students need more practice to find the Least Common Multiple try Least Common Multiple War and Task Cards- a fun and engaging way to practice finding the LCM.Least Common Multiple War* I have over 40 FREE products.

FREE Least Common Multiple Chart!

Literacy & Math Ideas: Free Factors and Multiples Game

Literacy & Math Ideas: Free Factors and Multiples Game

Least Common Multiple ~ Scoot ~ Task Cards with Answer Keys

Least Common Multiple ~ Scoot ~ Task Cards with Answer Keys

Least Common Multiple Dice Game

Least Common Multiple Dice Game

A super-fun way to practice with least common multiple! Students can only win Least Common Multiple Rummy by identifying and playing least common multiple sets and running out of cards. A little luck, a little strategy, and a lot of least common multiple practice make this game awesome. :)Game includes 72 cards and instructions.More great things will be coming from Nerd in the Brain soon!

Least Common Multiple Rummy

This interactive Jeopardy style review game can be used to review factors, multiples, prime/composite, greatest common factor (GCF), and least common multiple (LCM). This is a perfect review for 5th or 6th grade students! I have used this game many times with my students, and they love it!

Factors and Multiples (GCF and LCM) Powerpoint Review Game Show!

Download this handy prime factorization graphic organizer to help your students! ~Bon

Prime Numbers poster

La Covacha Matemática: July 2011

Factors 1, free 4th grade math sheet

4th Grade Math Practice Multiples, Factors and Inequalities

Prime Factors: Prime Numbers, Composite Numbers, and Prime Factorization from Math From My Angle on - (17 pages) - This file contains printables, anchor charts, and information for prime numbers, composite numbers, and finding the prime factorization of numbers.

Help students factor with factor rainbows | Search Results | Teacher Blog Spot

factor rainbows | Search Results | Teacher Blog Spot

As a matter of Factor, this is a very fun, comprehensive lesson bundle that completely covers the 4th grade CCSS for Gaining Familiarity with Factors and Multiples from 1 to 100 – 4.OA.B.4 (and prime and composite numbers). This lesson is optimal for reinforcing multiplication and division facts. Mike's Math Mall - $

Worksheets: Prime Factorization

Prime Factorization

Math - 6th grade prime, composite, gcf, lcm, distributive CCSS

LCM using prime factorization anchor chart

Sosa, Emily - Fifth Grade / Anchor Charts

Greatest Common Factor Worksheet from Learning is Lots of Fun on (2 pages)

Greatest Common Factor Worksheet |

Greatest Common Factor vs.The Least Common MultipleWho doesn't like to read a fun micro play? Included in this freebie are 3 important, but humorous, mathematical conversations with a few practice problems. Also included are an answer key, and a few notes about sharing these mathematical conversations with students. This activity is an effective integration of Language Arts and Math, which works particularly well for students who are more gifted verbally than mathematically. FREE

Greatest Common Factor vs.The Least Common Multiple

Prime factorization, LCM & GCF Task Cards. Aligned to CCSS 6.NS.4. Review?

Prime Factorization, Greatest Common Factor & Least Common Multiple CCSS 6.NS.4

Least Common Multiple Scoot!

Least Common Multiple Scoot!

Worksheets: Least Common Multiple: Hard

Least Common Multiple: Hard

This is a Smartboard lesson that teaches students how to find the least common multiple. They would then use it as the least common denominator when adding fractions. I follwing this lesson up with my adding fractions with unlike denominators lesson. The preview file has thumbnail shots of many of the pages from this file.

Least Common Denominator - Smartboard Lesson (LCM or LCD)

Have students practice finding the Greatest Common Factor (GCF) or Least Common Multiple (LCM)

Gives students extra practice with multiples as well as finding the least common multiple with this simple partner dice game. Great to reuse with Lowest Common Denominators too! Currently $1.00.

Least Common Multiple Dice Game

FREEBIE! Looking to give your students a fun way to review factors and multiples? Students can use these puzzle piece sets to match the numbers 1-12 with their factors and multiples.

Factors and Multiples Puzzles