Factors Game

Factors Game
Factors Game
Factors Game
Factors Game
Factors Game
Factors Game
Factors Game
Factors Game
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1 MB|24 pages + color versions
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Factors review activity cards for 4th Grade common core and beyond. There are 2 differentiated sets of cards, which can either be used on their own or as part of a ‘Factors Frenzy’ game. Ideal for Math Centers, starters / bell ringers and early finishers activities when reviewing factors as part of your focus on factors and multiples. I also have a printable Multiples Bingo Game you might be interested in.


The cards are double-sided, with a number side designed to be printed back to back with the answer side. (The answer side of each card simply contains all factors of that particular number). Simply print one side and then put your paper back in the printer correctly so that the corresponding side will print on the reverse. There are 2 sets – a lower ability and a higher ability one. The higher ability set includes many more challenging numbers (up to 16,000), while the lower ability file features numbers up to 100. If printing the higher AND lower ability sets, you could print them on different color card stock or paper before laminating to help keep them separate. I have also included both sets in different colors (higher ability – purple, lower ability – red) in case you prefer to print these on white card stock or paper and still be able to keep the two sets clearly separate). Students could simply use the cards for independent self-checking factors work or as part of a fun game (printable instruction card included), where they compete to find as many factors of a number as they can. It could get quite competitive!

  • Shuffle the cards and place pile with answer side down, in the middle of the playing group.
  • On an agreed signal, players write down all the factors they can think of for the top number, using a mini whiteboard or paper.
  • You might want to set a time limit, such as 30 seconds or a minute.
  • At the end of the agreed time, turn to the answer side.
  • Go through all of the factors one by one. If more than one person wrote down that factor, cross it off the players’ lists.
  • Score a point for each factor you thought of that no one else did.
  • Lose a point if you put a number down that wasn’t a factor of that number.
  • Play a few rounds to determine your winner!

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