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Use this Ladder Method Doodle Notes page to introduce or review the different ways the ladder method can be used – to find prime factorization, least common multiple, greatest common factor, and to factor expressions. There are two versions included for students – one that is completely blank, to
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This powerpoint lesson shows step by step how to find the GCF of two or more numbers using the Ladder Method, sometimes called the Upside Down Cake Method. The lesson could be presented as a whole-class discussion or used in a math station.
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Here's a little something I created for my students to work on finding the GCF and LCM. The Ladder Method is an alternative to finding GCF and LCM the traditional ways.
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made for my special education class. fill in prefixes. see broken down into convert to smaller units and convert to bigger units with example and 10 independent practice.
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These PowerPoint notes review factors and multiples, common factors, common multiples, and eventually GCF and LCM. They help students with several different methods for discovering factors and multiples, culminating in using the Ladder Method to find the GCF and LCM of 2 numbers. The notes are des
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Here a poster that I created to show my students how to use the Ladder Method to find the LCM and GCF. I have included color pieces that can be glued to chart paper. A student version is also included.
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Ladder Method - Interactive Math Journal / Notebook with Task Cards Get ready for fractions! The Ladder Method is the most efficient way to find the LCM, GCF or to simplify a fraction. You use prime numbers and it takes a fraction of the time that other methods use. Interactive Math Journal / No
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This Powerpoint contains an explicit explanation on how to find GCF and LCM using the Ladder Method.
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Do your students struggle as much as mine with prime factorization? We slogged through factor lists and trees until I discovered the ladder method, and WOW, it blew our minds! It's quick and easy, and a modified version makes finding GCF/LCM a breeze. Answer keys are included (and work great as
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When it's time to find Greatest Common Factor and Least Common Multiple, do your students spend ages making T-charts and factor lists? Not only is this method time-consuming, my students often forget a crucial number pair and come up with a wrong answer. The ladder method is quick and easy for p
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I have found that finding the greatest common factor with the ladder method to be much more effective with my students. Included is a two sided foldable with short and simple steps on how to find the greatest common factor using this method. Key also included.
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Guided notes and additional practice for finding the greatest common factor and least common multiple using the Ladder Method.
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Use the ladder method to teach prime factorization and GCF/LCM with no tears (from you or the students)! This bundle contains 8 pages of guided notes, worksheets, and answer keys and saves you \$1.00 by combining two of my products. This bundle includes the following products: Ladder Method Guid
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made for my special education class. broken down into convert to bigger units with graphic organizer with example and 10 independent practice. goes with metric stair fill in graphic organizer
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made for my special education class. broken down into convert to smaller units with graphic organizer with example and 10 independent practice. goes with metric stair fill in graphic organizer
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Use this helpful tool to teacher students how to do metric conversions with ease.
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The ladder method is a fantastic way to find GCF and LCM, and is also a great way to help students understand the basics of factoring! This fold it up has a visual on the outside flaps, for students to refer to, and typed directions for the inside - you can print and copy both sides so the direction
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In this short power point, students learn about the metric system from kilo- to milli- using the ladder system. This bright visual shows students the order of the prefixes and how to convert from one unit to the other by moving the decimal to the right or to the left with some practice problems. Thi
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Finding the Least Common Denominator (LCD) /Multiple (LCM) using the “Ladder Method” to help with Adding and Subtracting Fractions
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I couldn't find something that worked for my class, so I created this simple template to use with my 6th graders in special education. It includes both blank and easy two-digit numbers in the "Ladder Method" to find both Greatest Common Multiple and Least Common Factor. I hope it helps you help yo
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Use prime numbers to find the GCF and LCM by using the ladder method
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Lesson plan, worksheet and memo
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A cool handout the explains the ladder method.
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