This packet will help you to introduce and practice divisibility rules with your class. Below is a list of each of the activities included along with a description and tips for using in your classroom.
Divisibility Rules Pages: There are 3 separate info. sheets with practice problems to help you introduce different sets of divisibility rules. The set begins with 2, 5, and 10, then introduces 3, 6, and 9, and finally 4 and 8 (which are more difficult).
Exit Slips: After introducing a set of divisibility rules, you can hand out exit slips to your students to do a quick assessment on who has mastered the skill and who needs to continue to practice the next day.
Divisibility Detective Name Tag Game: This is a fun activity to keep your students moving around the room and interacting with other classmates. Each person puts on a “name tag” and takes their recording sheet around. They must find someone, write down that person’s name and number from their tag, and determine which divisibility rules the number fits. I have specifically formatted the name tags to print out onto 2” x 4” shipping labels, which is a sheet of 10 shipping labels (5 row, 2 columns). There are 4 different recording sheets so that you can use them no matter how many divisibility rules you’ve taught. This can also be used as a differentiation strategy for students having more difficult with the harder rules.
Divisibility Detective Task Cards: There are 18 task cards to give your students continued practice with divisibility rules. Just like the Name Tag Game, there are 4 different answer sheets so that you can have varying levels of difficulty for your students.
All Answer Keys included.
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