Divisibility Rules Task Cards

Divisibility Rules Task Cards
Divisibility Rules Task Cards
Divisibility Rules Task Cards
Divisibility Rules Task Cards
Divisibility Rules Task Cards
Divisibility Rules Task Cards
Divisibility Rules Task Cards
Divisibility Rules Task Cards
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Learning the divisibility rules can help students become more efficient in math. Engage learners with these three divisibility rules task card sets to build help build fluency. The divisibility rules included in this set include: 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 9, and 10. To determine if a number is divisible by 7 or 8, sometimes it is easier to simply divide. These divisibility rules task cards can be used as a review, in a math center, or as a walk-the-room activity.

Divisibility Rules ~ Yes or No? - Lemon Cards: Students look at the first number given on the card. Using the divisibility rules, students determine whether or not it is divisible by the number shown. Students answer YES or NO. Students can be asked to defend their thinking. There are two-digit numbers, three-digit numbers, and four-digit numbers. Pick and choose based on student readiness. There is a colored version and a black and white version. A recording sheet and an answer key included. There are 24 task cards.

Divisibility Rules ~ Which number(s)? - Watermelon Cards: Students look at the number given on the card. Using the divisibility rules, students determine which numbers it is divisible by. Many of the task cards have multiple answers. There are two-digit numbers, three-digit numbers, and four-digit numbers. Pick and choose based on student readiness. There is a colored version and a black and white version. A recording sheet and an answer key included. There are 24 task cards.

Divisibility Rules ~ Missing Digits - Strawberry Cards: This set of 24 task cards may pose more of a challenge for students. Students create numbers that fit the criteria given by determining missing digits. Many of the task cards have multiple answers. If students notice patterns, they may become more efficient at this task. There are two-digit numbers, three-digit numbers, and four-digit numbers. Pick and choose based on student readiness. There is a colored version and a black and white version. A recording sheet and an answer key included.

A divisibility rule chart is included to support learners and/or to post as a reference in the classroom.

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