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Factors review activity cards and a Multiples bingo game, originally designed for 4th Grade / 5th Grade. These printables are ideal for Math Centers, starters / bell ringers and early finishers activities. Black and white options, full instructions, and some differentiation (in the case of the factors activity) included. Files are PDF format.
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There are 2 differentiated sets of cards, which can either be used on their own or as part of a ‘Factors Frenzy’ game. 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). If your printer cannot print double-sided, 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!
6 boards each featuring 6 numbers between 2 and 12. Print and laminate these as well as the 36 number cards (which each feature four numbers). When picking up a card, players must decide if the four numbers on their card are ALL multiples of a single number on their board. If so, they can place it over that number. If not, they put it back. There's tactical thinking in this game as some children will realize that all multiples of – for example – 12 are also multiples of 6, 4, 3, 2 - so they will need to prioritize covering the numbers for which there are fewer cards. Some cards cannot be placed on anyone's board as there is no common multiple. As usual, the first to cover all numbers is the winner. A Student Instruction Card is included. Both the boards and cards come in color and black and white versions.
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