Divisibility rules are important for students to memorize, but practicing these can be a bore; these 25 mazes add a fun factor to practicing divisibility rules so that students will actually look forward to completing their math work. Included are three different mazes for the numbers 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 9, and 10; there are two mazes each for the numbers 20 and 25. These mazes build in difficulty so that you can easily differentiate for your different learners while maintaining rigorous instruction for all of your students (please see the preview for more notes on how the mazes are organized to help you differentiate for your students). Although these mazes can be used in a variety of ways (such as classwork, homework, or morning work), they make excellent math centers that are a snap to create; just laminate and use dry erase markers. Your students will be highly engaged in a challenging math activity with very little work on your part.
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