# DIGITAL Factors & Multiples: Number Sense Game Bundle for Google Drive

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1. This Common Factor Sorting Game will have students building their number sense in a fun and active way! This game is fully interactive and is designed to be used with google drive. It includes 20 rounds where students drag and drop numbers into a Venn diagram based on common factors. For example
2. This Common Multiples Sorting Game will have students building their number sense in a fun and active way! This game is fully interactive and is designed to be used with google drive. It includes 20 rounds where students drag and drop numbers into a Venn diagram based on multiples the numbers hav
3. This Rules of Divisibility Number Sort will have students expanding their number sense in a fun and active way! This game is fully interactive and is designed to be used in google drive. It includes 20 rounds where students drag and drop numbers into one of two boxes- "Divisible by ___" or "Not D
4. This Prime & Composite Number Sort will have students building their number sense in a fun and active way! This game is fully interactive and is designed to be used with google drive. It includes 20 rounds where students drag and drop numbers into two categories- prime or composite. Rounds 1 -
Bundle Description
This Bundle of FOUR Number Sense Games will have students exploring factors and multiples in a fun and engaging way! These games are fully interactive and designed to be used with google drive.

Game #1: Common Factor Sort (20 Rounds):
Students sort numbers into a Venn diagram based on common factors. For example, the circles of the Venn diagram might say "Factors of 10", "Factors of 12", and "Factors of 20". 5 would fall in the common space between 10 and 20. 4 would fall in the common space between 12 and 20. 2 would fall in the center as it is a factor of all three.

Game #2: Common Multiple Sort (20 Rounds):
Students sort numbers into a Venn diagram based on common factors. For example, the circles of the Venn diagram might say "Multiples of 3", "Multiples of 4", and "Multiples of 5". 12 would fall in the common space between 3 and 4. 20 would fall in the common space between 4 and 5. 14 would fall outside the Venn diagram completely.

Game #3: Divisibility Rule Sort (20 Rounds):
Students are taught the divisibility rules for the numbers 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, and 12. The rule is explained and examples are given. Then they sort a series of numbers into two categories- "divisible by ____" and "not divisible by ____" using the rule. 20 rounds means students get to practice each rule twice.

Game #4: Prime & Composite Numbers (20 Rounds):
Students sort numbers into two categories- prime numbers and composite numbers. Rounds 1 - 10 cover numbers 2 - 50. Rounds 11 - 20 cover numbers 51 - 100. This allows for easy differentiation!

Trying to figure out if these digital math games from The Number Diva are right for you and your classroom? Try them out before you buy them with this FREE SAMPLE!

These games are designed for computers, chrome books, or iPads! Or you can get the paper version of this bundle.

This product also includes detailed teacher directions for downloading the game, sharing it with your students, and successfully implementing it in your classroom. An answer key is included in digital form and also as a PDF if you'd rather print the answer key and pass it out to students as they finish.

Technical Requirements for this Resource
This resource was created in Google Slides. In order to use the product, you must have a Google account (FREE). To share the game with your students, they also must have Google accounts or the game can be shared with the whole class at once using Google Classroom.

I hear from teachers all the time: "I love your number sorts, but who has time to cut out thousands of tiny slips of paper?! Plus keeping track of it all from year-to-year is a nightmare!" Sound familiar?

This game can be used whole group, as a math center, in small groups, for partner work, as a take-home activity, or as a challenge activity for early finishers. The possibilities are truly endless!

The game is designed for 4th as it aligns perfectly with 4.OA.4, but could also be used as a review game for any middle school math classroom.

More Factor & Multiple Resources:
⇒8-Page Lesson Packet: Least Common Multiple
⇒8-Page Lesson Packet: Divisibility Rules
⇒8-Page Lesson Packet: Finding Factors within 100
⇒8-Page Lesson Packet: Greatest Common Factor
⇒5-Day Factors & Multiples Lesson Bundle
⇒Quick Quiz: Factors & Multiples

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