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In this number theory unit, 4th, 5th and 6th grade students will practice divisibility rules, greatest common factor, least common multiple, prime and composite numbers and prime factorization. These no prep worksheets work well for a math review or test prep. Students may also complete them during
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Have your students apply their understanding of GREATEST COMMON FACTOR (GCF) & LEAST COMMON MULTIPLE (LCM) with these fun activities including 2 mazes, 2 riddles and 2 coloring activities. Be sure to download the sample for a full overview of what you get. Whats Included:1. Greatest Common Facto
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With this 11-in-1 bundle, you get 9 fun activities to use with your students! And you save well over 50% than if you bought these items individually! Build It! - Kids will master the concepts of least common multiple and greatest common factor by actually manipulating items into groups. With this
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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! The powe
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1 page, 21 questions. This practice sheet reviews: Factors Greatest Common Factors Least Common Multiples Least Common Denominator Mixed Numbers Improper and Equivalent Fractions This is a free activity featured in Fractions Review Sheet II If you like these products, you may also like - Fract
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This packet contains: 1) A foldable for Interactive Notebooks with vocabulary (prime, composite, LCM, GCF, First Eight Prime Numbers) **** DIFFERENTIATED for Writing and 2 styles 2) Interactive Lesson for finding Prime Numbers to 100.. ***including Mentor Text and Video suggestions**** 3) Le
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This bundled lesson includes a PPT (saved as a PDF) for introducing analyzing and categorizing GCF and LCM word problems. In my classroom, I use CPS (clickers) and the students vote on which type {GCF or LCM} word problem is being shown. Then, we solve he 4 example problems. At the end of the who
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Free. This is a one page cheat sheet to help students remember the difference between GCF and LCM. The F in GCF shows the factor pairs. The M in LCM shows the multiples. This visual will help them remember. Thank you for stopping by. Please check out my store for more great math products. More
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Students break down composite numbers into their primes and find GCF and LCM of two composite numbers in this activity that doubles as classroom decor. Included are 10 each of the following question types:1: Find the GCF of 2 composite numbers less than 100 2: Find the LCM of 2 composite numbers les
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Free DownloadsGreatest Common Factor 40 Task Cards40 Task Cards: Greatest Common Factor. 4 cards per page. Includes answer key and printable answer recording sheet for students. This product is printer friendly. No clip art or heavy borders requiring lots of ink!Suggestion: print on colored pape
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Factoring a Greatest Common Factor (GCF) Drag and Drop Activity Students work in groups of 2-3 to factor the eight given polynomials by determining the greatest common factor. They must sort through the factors and place them on their activity worksheet. This can also work as a cut and paste acti
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GCF and LCM Color and Solve Differentiated No Prep Activities Looking for a fun and engaging, no prep activity to get your students practicing GCF and LCM?! Check out these color and solve activities! Each page includes 7 practice problems. Once students find their answers, they are directed to col
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Factoring a GCF (Greatest Common Factor) I Have, Who Has Cards These are cards to review how to find greatest common factor from a polynomial expression. I have the starting card and then give a card to each student. There are 30 cards total. I show the first card and ask who has it's GCF. Whoe
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Sometimes students have a hard time applying their knowledge of the GCF and LCM to a real world situation. I noticed that my students could easily solve for the GCF and LCM when they are told WHAT to solve for, but when a real-world situation came around, they didn't know when or which one to use.
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This board game is Common Core aligned to both 6.NS.4, GCF {Greatest Common Factors} and LCM {Least Common Multiples}. This game covers calculating the GCF of two whole numbers 1-99, calculating the LCM of two whole numbers 1-12, as well as GCF and LCM word problems. This game includes: ~Board Game
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LCM and GCF: LCM and GCF Puzzle This cut and paste puzzle if perfect for practicing finding the least common multiple and greatest common factor. Students cut apart the puzzle and then arrange matching sides on a blank board. This could be a partner activity, independent work, or helpful in tuto
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This is a zipped file containing an animated 8 slide PowerPoint and a double-sided student handout (a pdf file).There are 4 example problems with animated solutions, 8 problems for independent practice, and solutions for the ind practice.Students could complete this assignment independently with a l
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Applying the distributive property and the ability to factor are two major skills taught in 6th grade that are necessary for understanding in future math courses. These task cards give your students the practice they need in factoring within the distributive property! These task cards only involve
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LCM, GCF and Prime Factorization Scavenger Hunt provides a fun way to practice finding the percent of a number. The download includes 14 cards for you to tape around your classroom. Students start at any card and solve the problem. They then search for the card with the answer to that problem. The s
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This is a fun way to get students to practice GCF. In it, kids get to answer the problems and then color the boxes to find a beautiful ladybug! The skill is meant to be for 6th grade, but I always use it with my Intensive classes to help them improve the finding factors skill as well. Since it was a
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Greatest Common Factor/Least Common Multiple (GCF/LCM) in WORD PROBLEMS are a tricky concept, but this set of 20 task cards is the perfect practice! You may also like my Greatest Common Factor/Least Common Multiple Interactive Notebook Foldable Brochure to accompany this activity as well. THIS IS
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Greatest Common Factor Matching Center CCS: 6.NS.4 ￼Included in this product: 18 Greatest Common Factor Matching Cards (Black and white and full color versions) Recording Worksheet Print the 18 sets of cards. Print on cardstock and laminate to create a sturdy, reusable center. Students can match u
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A Jeopardy PowerPoint that reviews Least Common Multiples (LCM), Greatest Common Factors (GCF), Prime and Composite Numbers, Exponents, and Prime Factorization.
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This method of reducing fractions has worked wonders for my struggling students. Two pages of step by step notes shows how to use a Double Venn diagram to easily reduce fractions to simplest form by finding the greatest common factor (GCF). The notes are followed by a two page, 8 problem worksheet
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