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Using Digital Root and the Divisibility Rules to Help Reduce Fractions

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Since many students do not know their multiplication tables, reducing fractions is almost an impossible task. The divisibility rules, if learned and understood, can be an excellent math tool. This resource contains four easy to understand divisibility rules and includes the rules for 1, 5, and 10 as well as the digital root rules for 3, 6, and 9. A clarification of what digital root is and how to find it is explained. Also contained in the resource is a dividing check-off list for student use.

I have used this successfully with students who have difficulty reducing fractions. Download the preview to view the first divisibility rule plus three samples from the student check off list.

Below are other fraction assessments available at my store. Just click on the link.

Fractions: A Cumulative Math Test (all operations)
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Fractions, Decimals and Percents: A Chapter Test
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Do you need some alternative ways to teach fractions? Check out the resource below:

Fractions for the Confused and Bewildered

Also available on TPT is an 86 page fraction bundle:

Fraction Bundle – Teaching Strategies, Test, Projects and Practice Activities
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