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Activity to review assess understanding of HCF and LCM.
Cut out each row and then fold. You can glue together or laminate. One side is the question the other side is the answer.
1. Students go around the room and partner up with a different person each time.
2. Student A asks the question on thei

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This set of two Tarsia jigsaw puzzles covers both highest common factor and lowest common multiple of pairs of numbers. Each puzzle requires your students to solve the 30 questions to fit the 24 triangular pieces together into one large hexagon.Great as a starter settling activity or as a group task

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A worksheet on finding the prime factorisation of numbers using repeated division by their prime factors and using the prime factorisation of two numbers to obtain their highest common factor and their lowest common multiple. Detailed solutions are included. From https://placeformath.blogspot.com/p/

Potentially 3 lessons worth of content.
Includes interesting facts of Lowest Common Multiples in nature. Uses the "factorpillar" method to teach factors and highest common factors.
Introduces prime numbers using Sieve of Eratosthenes
and shows how to calculate whether large numbers are prime.

This is my go to lesson for lowest common multiple (LCM) and highest common factor (HCF). The lesson also includes work on prime, square and cube numbers in the starter.
All questions have answers with them. Excellent resource which I have used with practically every year group and lots of differen

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This worksheet contains 40 practice questions on Highest Common Factor. The students must examine each set of numbers and then calculate the highest common factor.Picture 1 gives you an idea of the general layout of the worksheet. Pictures 2 and 3 provide a sample question with solution from the wor

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This program contains 40 points of intersection practice questions. The students must examine each set of numbers and then calculate the highest common factor.
Picture one gives you an idea of the general layout of the program (with answers). Pictures 2 and 3 give sample questions from the workshee

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Three page worksheet that includes definitions and practising finding the Lowest Common Multiple (LCM) and also Highest Common Factor (HCF). I use this every year for my Yr7 & Yr 8 Classes. It would be a great introduction to both these concepts as well as a great recap for those who have done

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A worksheet on finding the prime factorisation of numbers using repeated division by their prime factors and using the prime factorisation of two numbers to obtain their highest common factor. Detailed solutions are included. From https://placeformath.blogspot.com/p/worksheet-shop.html

Also included in: Prime factorisation, HCF and LCM Bundle

A worksheet on highest common factor, lowest common multiple and product of primes. Detailed solutions are included. From https://placeformath.blogspot.com/p/worksheet-shop.html

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Complete lesson covering Factors, Multiples, Highest Common Factor, and Lowest Common Multiple. Questions and answers are differentiated and are embedded within the lesson. May take more than one lesson to complete.

Students learn to find the Greatest Common Factor with a fun board game. Each space on the game board has two numbers. Students need to find the Greatest Common Factor for each pair. Each GCF becomes the number of points that a student earns during the game. The student with the highest points w

This is a full Interactive game focusing on Factoring Polynomials using GCF. It is a part of Lesson 1 of a series of factoring lessons I have available.This game is played by grouping students and having them roll a die to advance along the game board. They click that square which brings them to a

Also included in: Algebra Factoring Polynomials Lesson Notes & Game Pack Bundle

Finding the greatest common factor (GCF) is the key to simplifying. Once students master this skill, simplifying becomes a piece of cake! This set of task cards was created to help students to become comfortable with the process of finding the greatest common factor, while also challenging them to t

Please see the preview for zoomed in images. Math CCS 3.OA.5, 4.OA.B.4, 6.NS.B3, and 6.NS.B4. Factors, multiples, multiplication. Color-coded resource and worksheets. 4-10 days of lesson worksheets to use a consistent review reference and example to use to create similar sheets and assessments. Answ

✐ This product is a NO PREP - SELF CHECKING activity that engage students in 12 questions on "Factoring". In this activity, students would be able to practice the following factoring techniques:☑ Factoring Difference of Two Squares WITHOUT a GCF☑ Difference of Two Squares WITH GCF☑ Highest degree

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Also included in: EMOJI - BUNDLE All about FACTORING

Factor Game - This Math factor game is known by different names - 'Capture the Factor' - 'Taxman' or 'Think and Cover'. Personally like like 'Think and Cover' as it describes the necessary skill needed to do well :-)
Essence of the Game:
Think and Cover is an classic strategy game ideal for explor

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✐ This product is a NO PREP - SELF CHECKING activity that engage students in 12 questions on "Factoring". In this activity, students would be able to practice the following factoring techniques:☑ Factoring Difference of Two Squares WITHOUT a GCF☑ Difference of Two Squares WITH GCF☑ The degrees of

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Also included in: EMOJI - BUNDLE All about FACTORING

How to Play:☆Start with the numbers 1 through 10.☆For every number you select, the taxman claims ALL of the factors of that number.☆The taxman MUST get something on every turn.☆When there are no numbers left for you to take, the taxman claims ALL of the leftovers.☆Player with the highest score w

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More than just simple flashcards, these puzzles make multiplication fun for students while building speedy recall of facts and cementing concepts of factoring!
Here you will find every multiplication fact that includes factors of numbers 1 through 100! That is a total of 480 two-piece puzzles, pri

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This one-sheeter is labeled as homework and requires students to list all of the factors for 10 different numbers, the lowest being 10 and the highest 84. At the bottom are two multiple choice problems.
Answer key is included!
Aligned to Common Core State Standard 4.OA.4
Pre-requisite for Com

Help your students practice factor-label method or dimensional analysis unit conversions with this fun game! Students roll unit dice to determine a "home unit" and an "away unit" and then roll numbered dice to determine the number they will convert. The winner is determined by the individual with th

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These 24, Factors Task Cards are in b/w only and are perfect for math stations, rotations, centers, or to play "Scoot", "Quiz, Quiz Trade" and another cooperative group activities. Each one ask that the student name all the factors for a given number. The highest number given is 81.
They also work

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