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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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Get you students out of their seats this holiday season with this fun and self-checking scavenger hunt for practice finding the greatest common factor of three numbers.You can have your students work individually or with partners to complete this activity. Students start at any card, find the GCF, t
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Review GCF, factors, prime factorization, prime/composite numbers with this scavenger hunt! Get the kids up and moving and the brain juice flowing!
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Greatest Common Factor Activities: You will receive 30 GCF task cards (2 per page), a student response form, two GCF worksheets, a page with 4 blank factor trees and answer keys. These activities are appropriate for 5th grade, 6th grade and special education math students. Ideas for games and activ
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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 other set has solut
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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 another problem
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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 p
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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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Get students out of their seats and determining GCF and LCM with this interactive scavenger hunt. Students will practice calculating the GCF of pairs of numbers smaller than 100. Students will practice calculating LCM of two numbers less than or equal to 12. There are 12 practice problems include
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Make practicing GCF and LCM fun! This self-checking activity will allow students to get out of their seats and move around the classroom as they solve 20 problems. Each problem solved will lead the students to a new problem to solve until they have solved all 20 problems. You will be amazed at the m
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This scavenger hunt is part of : Scavenger Hunt: All About FACTORING Have you seen the preview? My kids loved this activity. Hopefully yours will find it enjoyable and helpful as well :-) In some classes I ran this activity in class while in others I assigned it at home as a homework. In both
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Here is a great game to give your students some extra practice for finding greatest common factor (G.C.F.). There are a total of 26 task cards that can be used independently of the game board so this is a great product to use with your early finishers too! Another idea that has proven fun in the cl
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Get your students up and moving around the classroom in this fun and engaging Scavenger Hunt! They'll have fun working independently or collaboratively with a partner in solving these twelve problems containing least common multiple and greatest common factor word problems. This scavenger hunt c
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This scavenger hunt requires students to find the greatest common factor of two whole numbers. There are 16 half-sheet scavenger hunt cards which you can place around your room. The answer students get from each card leads them to the next. I typically have students work in pairs or trios to answer
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You will receive 30 printable task cards for students in 4th grade, 5th grade, 6th grade or special education to practice finding the greatest common factor of two given numbers. They have a camping theme and are multiple choice.They work well for test prep or as a Common Core math review in station
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This scavenger hunt activity is a great review of factoring using greatest common factor, difference of two squares ("DOTS"), trinomials (coefficient "a" is equal to 1), tricky trinomials (coefficient "a" does not equal 1), and factoring completely! The activity can be done individually or with a p
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Tired of boring worksheets? Get your students up and moving with this scavenger hunt! Use this scavenger hunt to help your students practice finding GCF and LCM. Students can work with a partner/small group or independently.LICENSING TERMS: This purchase includes a license for one teacher only for p
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In this activity, the students will need to evaluate 10 real-world problems (some multi-step) using the Greatest Common Factor or Least Common Multiple of two or more composite numbers. VISIT MY STORE AND YOU WILL FIND MORE SCAVENGER HUNT ACTIVITIES LIKE THIS, INCLUDING OPERATIONS WITH DECIMALS, O
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Looking for a collaborative, self checking activity?! Check out this Greatest Common Factor (GCF) Around the Clock Partner Scavenger Hunt Activity! Students will work in pairs to solve GCF (Greatest Common Factor) problems. Each partner will have their own clock with 12 unique problems. Each partner
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This great Review Center includes a Divisibility Review Activity, Divisibility with 9 and 3 Task Cards with QR Codes, and Greatest Common Factor Work Cards. Aligns with Eureka Math Module 2 The cards are great for Centers, SCOOT, Scavenger Hunts, Review, or Assessments. Includes: Divisibility R
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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 problem until they've worked out all twenty. Great fo
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This is an activity that takes about 30 minutes. It includes the following topics * Factoring a greatest common factor out of a polynomial * Factoring a trinomial when a=1 * Factoring a trinomial after removing a GCF * Factoring a polynomial by grouping The teacher posts papers around the room, ea
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Are your kids bored with sitting down and doing worksheets? This activity gets the students out of their seat and walking around the room. It contains 10 problems for the students to find the GCF. These numbers all are less than 100. The students must do the problem and then find the answer on a
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I created a 16 page (14 problems) multiplication and factor (greatest and least common factors of 2 numbers) scavenger hunt. Place each card around your classroom. Group or have the students work individually starting with one problem. The answer to each problem leads to another problem. Example, pr
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