Divisibility Rules - Division Games

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4th - 9th, Homeschool
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  1. Division: Divisibility BUNDLE Includes: 13 Divisibility Games/Activities34 Divisibility Maze/Workbooks (374 different mazes/worksheets with answers)Divisibility rules are important for students to memorize, but practicing these can be a bore; these 25 mazes (for each rule) add a fun factor to practi
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Divisibility Rules - Division Games

Divisibility Rules are quite interesting and when you add in a game with cards then kids learn them even faster. The first two cards turned over in the game determine a two-digit number that will be the base for this game.

There's always a slim chance that the number you turn over will be prime, in which case there's really no game to be had. Most combinations will provide an adequate number of factors.

Each player turns over a card when it's his or her turn. If the card turned over represents a factor of the target number then it's kept. If it's not, then it's discarded.


This math game is also included in my BEST SELLING bundle 42 Middle School Math Games, I encourage you to also add it to your teaching tool kit!!! (These 42 math games are specifically designed for students in the 5th-8th grade!!! )

  • "This is a great resource. I was able to find games that supported both my 7th and 8th grade math classes!" -- Emily Barnett
  • "This was a great resource to use with my students in small groups. They love the games and do not realize we are practicing math skills." -- Andrea Z.
  • "As the sole teacher for middle school math (during one class period!) this resource was a great way for kids to practice skills and remain engaged with minimal teacher effort." -- Melissa Endicott
  • "How did I every teach without these! Thanks for creating games that make my students smile when they practice their math skills." -- DONDRA P.
  • "Really fantastic! While it is true that some of the games required the use of a chalkboard, my students were able to use individual dry erase boards. I have not yet used every game, but the games I did use encouraged my students and strengthened their skills. Thank you!" -- Laurie R.
  • "I use these quite often. I took file folders and taped the directions to the front. I put copies of any score sheets or playing boards in each folder. When I introduce a new concept, I go to my folders and look for a game that matches. Games are easy to use and my fifth graders enjoy playing. Thank you!" -- Daydreaming In Class
  • "What an exciting resource!! I wasn't sure about it, but it looked promising. And boy was it EVER!! Love this resource." -- Anna Gray
  • "The variety of the games is was drew me to making the purchase.I have taught 6-8 math and was able to find games that I could use in any of the levels." -- Ashley Washingto
  • "Very worthwhile material that supplemented my other resources for Math activities that kept students with a range of abilities fully engaged." -- Russel M.
  • "This was easy to use, fun, and my students walked away from it feeling more confident in their understanding." -- Katie L.

You can get all 42 Printable Math Games for Middle School & Upper Elementary Students File Folder Math Games Books HERE


Math File Folder Games are specifically designed for students in the 5th-8th grade!!! Covering such topics as Shapes and Space Games, Number Operations Games, Number Concepts Games, Patterns and Relations Games, Shape and Space Games, Statistics and Probability Games. More Info: MathFileFolderGames.com

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