Factors of 100 Unit & Using Divisibility Rules Bundle

Factors of 100 Unit & Using Divisibility Rules Bundle
Factors of 100 Unit & Using Divisibility Rules Bundle
Factors of 100 Unit & Using Divisibility Rules Bundle
Factors of 100 Unit & Using Divisibility Rules Bundle
Factors of 100 Unit & Using Divisibility Rules Bundle
Factors of 100 Unit & Using Divisibility Rules Bundle
Factors of 100 Unit & Using Divisibility Rules Bundle
Factors of 100 Unit & Using Divisibility Rules Bundle
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Factor of 100 Unit & Using Divisibility Rules BUNDLED!

Factors of 100: Patterns with Arrays, Factors & Multiples, Using Divisibility Rules & Prime Numbers to Find Factor Pairs and Multiples of 11 are now bundled! I always taught Factors of 100 and Divisibility Rules units consecutively, giving my students a solid background with patterns and factors. Multiples of 11 was a fun activity that fit nicely with its big brother and sister units.

Here’s a list of what’s included in each part of the bundle:
Factors of 100 is a week-long unit that creates a natural bridge from building arrays to establishing patterns with factors and multiples on a 100s table. Students are motivated to find all the factor pairs, as they self-check their work and make corrections. It's a nice lead-in to division. There is built-in homework, computation practice, class discussions and a final written assessment. It's a good beginning of the year study for 6th grade.

I've used it annually with my 6th graders as a review, and recently used parts of it with high 3rd graders who enjoyed the challenge of figuring out the patterns. The final product makes a year-long reference tool.

Divisibility Rules With Prime Factors is a great set of activities to help students understand the relationship between multiplication (factors) and division (divisors), as well as factors and multiples. It presents that practice piece that we don’t always allow enough time for in developing understanding. Using prime number divisibility rules to find factor pairs of numbers is a good way for students to practice the division algorithm and mental math since they’re only dividing by a one-digit number at a time.

In addition to teacher notes and all necessary printables, this set of activities includes:
~ finding patterns within the divisibility rules
~ practice activity testing divisibility
~ recognizing relationship patterns in the 120 Chart (a visual activity)
~ using divisibility rules with prime factors to create factor pairs in numbers
~ student reference sheet with Divisibility Rules and Factor ~ Multiple Comparison
~ A Factor Pair VENN Challenge! with differentiation extensions
~ a mini list of divisibility rules that can be glued in a math journal for each students

These activities work well as a group or done independently to supplement your regular lessons.

Multiples of 11 ~ A Factor-Product Relationship Activity is designed to give students the opportunity to investigate the connection between 11, its factor pairs (1-100), and the multiples they create. This activity has students finding patterns and then writing about what they see.

This activity is a challenging problem with differentiation built in; offering opportunities for all levels of understanding, including visual patterns, as well as being able to express the algorithmic function of multiplication, as it relates to the patterns in the problem.

All together, there is more than two weeks of work with patterns, factors, multiples, and divisibility rules, all bundled together for a great savings!

Includes Teacher Notes, Answer Keys, student printables, and Math Reflection Rubric
Suitable for grades 4-6
Time: approximately 1-2 class periods

These 3 amazing products are also sold separately in my store.

You might also be interested in my Crack the Code puzzles. These activities offer a fun way to practice a variety of math skills while solving for various quotes.



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