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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 students can complet
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35 Bingo Cards included! Project the slide and your students will find the GCF or the LCM of a set of 2 numbers. Instructions for Bingo included. After playing Bingo once a few days later we reviewed again by racing to find answers. Both ways are a great review of greatest common factors and lowest
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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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These G.C.F. (greatest common factor) and L.C.M. (lowest common multiple) pages include two organizers that give students ample opportunity to solve for the G.C.F. and L.C.M. from a pair of numbers and to prove their answers by multiplying the given pair of numbers and the G.C.F. and L.C.M. Both pr
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These worksheets are a fun way for students to practise finding the lowest common multiple (LCM) of two numbers. I especially like these maze matches for this topic as they get students reasoning about a question as they try to find the path. Sometimes they might be able to see quickly why a questio
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“Build an Army” is a series of strategy games which can help make a wide range of topics in mathematics more engaging and challenging for all ages and ability levels. As well as helping to develop key skills, students are also encouraged to develop problem solving strategies, which will be useful i
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This activity is a great way to practice finding the LCM of a set of numbers. It walks the students through finding the Prime Factorization of the numbers and then finding the LCM. I have also included my infographic on how to find LCM and GCF The pack includes 11 practice worksheets and answer ke
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This is a whole lesson on teaching multiples and Lowest Common Multiples (LCM). This is aimed primarily at KS3, for pupils that it is a first introductory look at multiples and finding the lowest common multiple. It comes as a four-part topic, with the last part on prime factor decomposition, which
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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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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 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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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/
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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 lowest common multiple. Detailed solutions are included. From https://placeformath.blogspot.com/p/worksheet-shop.html
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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.
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This is a practice worksheet for kids working on GCF and LCM. There are example problems, a few practice problems, and an answer sheet.
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Step by step guidance on how to find the LCM and GCF of pairs of numbers. Each packet includes 2 Guided practice worksheets 2 Independent practice worksheets Quiz Answer Keys
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A PowerPoint with YouTube links included and 'Have a Go' yourself questions. The PowerPoint includes: What is a factor/ What is a multiple? Question with answers and examples. Hyperlinks to YouTube videos explaining Lowest Common Multiple, Prime Factorization and Greatest Common Factor PowerPoint.
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Do your students need extra practice finding multiples of a number? Finding multiples was easy for my students since they could relate to "counting by" a number. However once they learn factors, they seem to always confuse the two! (and since they're taught within the same week, this is unavoidabl
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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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This is a set of 32 task cards for students to practice finding greatest common factors and lowest common multiples. Answer key included! These task cards are suitable to be printed in color or black and white. Printing them won't break your bank!
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LOWEST COMMON DENOMINATORS SET OF 2 You receive 2 different worksheets on lowest common denominators. Here is what you'll get: Worksheet 1 - LCD Misfits! A different type of worksheet. Students are given a specific number and a set of factors for that number, BUT ONE of the numbers doesn't belong.
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Finding the LCM - Lowest Common Multiple (Also known as the Least Common Multiple or Smallest Common Multiple) "Numbers have multiples in common!" How to Details & Write and Wipe Worksheet (Make Double Sided) One side provides detailed directions on how to find the LCM by listing multiples an
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Students are comparing fractions by finding the LCM (Lowest Common Multiple). The second page is a review for early finishers.
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These activities support a lesson on finding the least common multiple of a pair of large numbers. *Students will already need to be familiar with breaking a number into its prime factors*. The pack contains: 1. Venn Diagram Activity Place the numbers into the correct part of the venn diagram by
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