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This is a Greatest Common Factor game that I came up with for my students to practice finding factors of a number, and them locating the greatest common factor. They really enjoyed this game! It was very easy for them to understand with just a simple demonstration.
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With this 9-in-1 bundle, you get 9 fun activities to use with your students! And you save over 50% than if you bought these items individually! Build
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This activity meets Common Core State Standard 6.NS.4. Find the greatest common factor of two whole numbers less than or equal to 100 and the least common multiple of two whole numbers less than or equal to 12 Have fun practicing finding GCF or LCM with this fun "Math Land" board game inspired by a
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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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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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You will receive 30 greatest common factor task cards and two GCF worksheets for 5th grade, 6th grade and special education math students. Ideas for games and activities are included, such as a scavenger hunt or SCOOT. Use them in math centers or stations as a review, test prep, formative assessment
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28 colorful task cards for students to practice prime factorization, the GCF and LCM. The set includes a student answer sheet. The cards are great for cooperative learning, group work, center work, extra practice, or however you like! I like to laminate them, punch a hole in the corner, and keep
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Post these 2 beautiful posters to help your students follow three easy steps to find GCF and LCM. Print on 8.5 by 14 cardstock paper. Enlarge and laminate if needed. Also look for my GCF and LCM Study Guide for your students.
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GCF Greatest Common Factor No Prep Interactive Notebook Pages and Activities Engaging interactive notebook pages for both the left and right side! All YOU have to do is print and go! Included in this product: * Finding GCF Guided Notes Mini Book (listing factors and prime factorization) *Finding
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This title includes two engaging, self-checking games that allow students to practice identification of the greatest common factor and the least common multiple between two numbers. The title includes 48 poke cards, 4th grade CCSS alignment, and an answer key. This game is part of a Fraction Poke G
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Greatest Common Factor: Greatest Common Factor 'I Have...Who Has' Game features 30 playing cards to help students practice determining the greatest common factor of two numbers. These 'I Have...Who Has' cards are so much fun, yet so simple to use. Plus, they can be played by individual students, b
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These worksheets are a great way to introduce and practice simplifying fractions, or putting them in lowest terms. All four sheets include an example of how to simplify fractions after finding the greatest common factor. I have broken it down into an easy-to-follow, step-by-step process for kids.
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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
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GCF, LCM and LCD Worksheets! - A total of 300 worksheets with answer keys. Contents: a) Greatest Common Factor (GCF) - Find the GCF of 2 Numbers b) Greatest Common Factor (GCF) - Find the GCF of 3 Numbers a) Least Common Multiple (LCM) - Find the LCM of 2 Numbers b) Least Common Multiple (LCM)
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Do you need a fun way for students to practice factoring a greatest common factor with minimal prep? The Factoring a Greatest Common Factor (GCF) Scavenger Hunt Game gets students up and moving around while practicing math. In this game, students use the answer to one problem to find anothe
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This game is designed to be played just like the card game Spoons. Only instead of finding matches that are the same number, the matches are educational concepts. There are two games in this resource: one for Greatest Common Factor and one for Least Common Multiple. The only difference between this
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Greatest Common Factor Game/Math Center by Miss Middle School Teacher This is a great station or game for students to practice finding the Greatest Common Factor (GCF). All you need are some dice and some plastic cups for "cookie jars"! This product includes all the rest! Students play in groups
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Students use the "Upside Down Birthday Cake" method when finding the GCF! Each year my 5th grade students always confused Least Common Multiple and Greatest Common Factor. In an effort to help them keep the two straight, I try to make the way I present one very different from the
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Looking for engaging notes that maximize class time and retention? Doodle notes are research based and combine words with visuals that boost student recall of information. They help students see what is important and visualize mathematical connections. Print full size for a binder, folder or ha
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Want a fun way to assess your students understanding of greatest common factors? Look no further. This fun puzzle will get your kids excited about an otherwise dull topic. Included, you will find 3 sheets. Directions for students are printed on the first worksheet: Cut out the squares. Complete
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This Christmas math activity will help your student practice finding the greatest common factor, gcf, and the least common multiple, lcm, with a festive holiday flare. There are 36 gcf problems and 36 lcm problems that will be completed using a color coding system. An answer key is included. ***A
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Task cards are fantastic for scavenger hunts, races and differentiation. This ready-to-set use set of task cards focuses on word problems with greatest common factor and least common multiples. Skip the worksheet…but still get the practice. One set of cards has word problems. The ot
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25 unique and thought out questions on finding the greatest common factor. Each question corresponds to a matching answer that gets colored in to form a symmetrical design. Not only does this make it fun and rewarding for students but it also makes it easy for students and teachers to know if the
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Here is a set of awesome task cards for your class. This set includes 36 task cards which focus on the concept of greatest common factor and least common multiple. I have included problems involving the distributive property, Venn diagrams, prime factorization, and of course word problems too! Ta
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Factoring Polynomials - Factor Out a GCF: This worksheet will help your students practice factoring polynomials with a greatest common factor. This is one part of a larger set. You can purchase the DISCOUNTED set here if you are teaching all types of factoring:
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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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This file contains two activities that allow students to practice identifying the Greatest Common Factor (Greatest Common Factor) when given two numbers. â€¢The first activity is a set of 24 number poke cards, in which the students poke their pencil through the hole in the card that they believe t
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These 28 greatest common factor task cards are unique because they teach and review this concept. These greatest common factor (GCF) task cards contain questions in traditional format AND in word problem format to help students understand GCF in the context of real world situations. This is the goa
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Do your students need extra practice finding factors? Finding factors is a great way to extend students' learning of division. However once they learn multiples, they seem to always confuse the two! (and they're taught within the same week, this is unavoidable!) Help them get the extra practice
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Kids will master the concepts of least common multiple and greatest common factor by actually manipulating items into groups. With this fun, hands-on activity, the problems are already created for you! An answer key is provided. All you need is to print the worksheet and distribute base-ten blo
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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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Use these classroom worksheets to helps students find the factors of given numbers. Use those factors in the Venn Diagram to compare and contrast and find the Greatest Common Factor. Differentiated - The set includes factor pairs for students that need the assistance in determining how many fact
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This is a set of 36 task cards - 18 greatest common factor, and 18 lowest common multiple. You can separate them into 2 different sets or combine them for a complete review. Use as task cards and students can check their own answers using a QR Code reader, or use as a quiz and stu
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This is a great flippable/foldable for any interactive math journal. As easy as GCF and LCM are, students struggle with remembering the differences and when to find each. This foldable will simplify the process and ensure that they are LCM and GCF professionals in no time at all. This great foldable
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These fun activities give students practice finding LCMs and GCFs - both important components in successfully adding and subtracting fractions, as well as reducing their answers to lowest terms. Each puzzle has a bulit-in visual cue using triangles: Triangle pointing up - builds up to the first c
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The teaching aid demonstrates how to use 'The Upside Down Birthday Cake' Method for finding the Greatest Common Factor of two or more numbers. Print individual sheets for your students or chose 'tile printing' to enlarge to poster size. Note: If you do tile print, you will need to assemble the pi
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Looking for a fun Halloween activity? Try this out! This is a 20-page 6th grade problem solving activity that incorporates a scavenger hunt game for GCF and LCM.. Students will start at a random number, work out that problem, then look for the answer on another poster. They will then work out that
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Factoring out Greatest Common Factors (GCF) from Polynomials In my classroom, I found that some of my students needed more practice finding greatest common factors of polynomials and also, figuring out what was left when they were factored out. I made this activity as a more interesting way for t
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Students need to know how to find the Greatest Common Factor in order to simplify fractions. In this activity students will find the greatest common factor of the 2 numbers on any task card. Once they find the GCF they will search around the room for the other task card with the answer in the bott
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Greatest Common Factor PowerPoint (GCF) and Task Cards. Animated PowerPoint slides explain two methods of finding the Greatest Common Factor. Teacher directions, and two leveled sets of 10 task cards for practice in centers with answer keys included. - HappyEdugator Supports common core state sta
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Greatest Common Factor Notes This pdf shows three different ways to find GCF of two or more numbers. 1. Finding the GCF by listing factors 2. Finding the GCF by using prime factorization 3. Finding the GCF by using Tic-Tac-Toe...my personal favorite Because all kids learn differently, I try
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•Emergency Sub Plan on Greatest Common Factor. •At least 75 minutes of independent student work . •In this student assignment students will solve, create, write, and analyze! •Middle Grades Math •Practice / Review for students who have already been taught the concept Greatest Common Factors.
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GCF Snatch is a 2-player game that allows the students to practice finding Greatest Common Factors for a pair of numbers. Each player rolls two dice to create an ordered pair that is used to select a box on the game board and places a colored counter on it. The players then find the GCF for the numb
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Here is a GREAT addition to your lessons on Greatest Common Factor and Least Common Multiples. This brochure fits perfectly into an interactive notebook! It is a great introduction to your lesson, or even as an end of the year review. This foldable covers how to break numbers into their prime fa
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GCF Color by Number: Add some color to math class! In this activity, students solve 20 problems that require them to find the greatest common factor. Some problems are word problems, and a few require students to find the GCF of 3 numbers. Students then find the solution number on the coloring pag
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My students always have such a hard time knowing the difference between the Greatest Common Factor and the Least Common Multiple. For this reason, we practice these topics for many days (and play a lot of games to keep it them interested). This is a fun challenge where the students cut out the sq
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This is a maze composed of 11 sets of algebraic expressions that students must find the Greatest Common Factor of. It is a self-checking worksheet that allows students to strengthen their skills at finding the GCF of algebraic expressions. Answer key is included for easy checking. o Click
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This match covers words problems that involve finding Greatest Common Factor (GCF) and the Least Common Multiple (LCM). Students often struggle with knowing the difference between these two skills, especially with word problems. This mixed practice allows them to practice both skills, while also hav
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With this bundle of activities you save 20% on these products by purchasing these engaging and fun activities together! This product includes: Connect 4 Greatest Common Factor (partner game/activity) Riddle Me This Greatest Common Factor (partner activity) Greatest Common Factor Scavenger Hunt A
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Includes: 2 Graphic Organizers, Greatest Common Factor and The Distributive Property, Sample Problems and Task Cards ***No Prep Product*** Do your students struggle to find the connection between Greatest Common Factors and the Distributive Property. This resource walks students through the proce
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Greatest Common Factors (GCF) is the focus of this math practice sheet with an under the sea color by number theme. There are 31 problems featuring greatest common factors (GCF) with pairs of numbers. Also included are a blank, black line master and an answer key. If you want more than one sheet
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Students discover and identify how to find and apply Greatest Common Factor and Least common multiples with this set of color-coded notebook pages. These notebook pages address common core standard: 6.NS.B.4. This resource includes - Color-coded graphic organiz
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