Factors and Multiples Activities Bundle

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Brenda Kovich
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I love teaching factors through arrays and this bundle met all the needs of my students as well as helping me cover the standart throughly.
This was a great resource to use when teaching about factors and multiples. There were so many ways it could be used.

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    Factors Assessment


    Scaffold understanding of factors and multiples. Begin with arrays. Then list factors of numbers 1-100 with cards and worksheets. When kids are ready, move on to prime factorization. Finally, provide plenty of practice with a number of the day.

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    First, conceptualize factors, multiples, and common multiples with area models. Kids draw arrays for given numbers; consider additional arrays for some multiples; explore arrays for related numbers, and identify prime, composite, and square numbers.

    Second, list factor pairs for whole numbers from one through one hundred. Kids use cards and worksheets to move toward fluency. They also identify each number as prime or composite.

    Third, find prime factorization with factor trees and the ladder method. Kids learn to decompose a whole number and it as a product of its prime factors. This provokes deeper thinking about multiplication, division, and relationships between numbers.

    Finally, reinforce factors and multiples with a number of the day. Twenty worksheets ask kids to decompose a number; list factors; identify it as even, odd, prime, composite, and/or square; and list multiples.

    Files include everything you need for mastery of factors and multiples:

    • Array worksheets
    • Related number activity
    • Prime, composite, square investigation
    • Factor pair cards and worksheets (1-100)
    • Venn diagram for categorizing which numbers are prime, composite, and/or square
    • Factor tree and ladder method anchor charts
    • Divisibility rules poster
    • 6 factor tree worksheets
    • 6 ladder method worksheets
    • 20 number of the day worksheets
    • Answer keys

    Resources can be used in a variety of ways.

    • Whole class practice
    • Test prep
    • Small group work, remediation, or tutoring
    • Homework

    Printable and digital versions of each worksheet are included.

    • PDFs provide printable options.
    • Easel Activities offer digital versions.

    Enjoy teaching!

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    to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
    Find all factor pairs for a whole number in the range 1-100. Recognize that a whole number is a multiple of each of its factors. Determine whether a given whole number in the range 1-100 is a multiple of a given one-digit number. Determine whether a given whole number in the range 1-100 is prime or composite.


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