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Color by Answer Factors and Multiples Differentiated

Color by Answer Factors and Multiples Differentiated
Color by Answer Factors and Multiples Differentiated
Color by Answer Factors and Multiples Differentiated
Color by Answer Factors and Multiples Differentiated
Color by Answer Factors and Multiples Differentiated
Color by Answer Factors and Multiples Differentiated
Color by Answer Factors and Multiples Differentiated
Color by Answer Factors and Multiples Differentiated
Product Description
Great no prep resource!!

Student’s require practice of every concept they learn, why not let them ENJOY practicing?! This resource allows students to practice their newly learned concepts and match the numbers to the colors in order to color a picture. There are 4 levels that offer easy differentiation as each level produces the same colored picture.This also helps teachers quickly check for correctness.

These work great as formal assessment, stations, early finisher work, small group, independent practice, or even homework.


4 Differentiated Levels:
Novice- Determining factors and multiples of numbers less than twenty. Multiple choices provided. Factor questions on the left side of the paper and multiple questions on the right. . Sample question: Which number is a multiple of 9?
6, 3, 18 ________

Skilled- Determining factors and multiples of two numbers (less than 25) multiple choices provided. Factor and Multiple questions mixed on both sides of the paper.
Sample question: Which number is a multiple of both 10 and 5?
5, 10, 15 ________

Expert- Determining the greatest common factor (GCF) and least common multiple (LCM) of two digits less than 40. Short answer, i.e. no options provided. Factor questions on the left side of the paper and multiple questions on the right.
Sample question: What is the least common multiple
(LCM) of 6 and 4? ___________

Ninja- Determining the greatest common factor (GCF) and least common multiple (LCM) of two digits less than 150. Short answer, i.e. no options provided. Factor and Multiple questions are on both sides of the paper.
Sample question: What is the greatest common factor
(GCF) of 84 and 126 ? ___________


Thank you for all that you do to educate and inspire today's youth, we are in this together!

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Total Pages
15 pages
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