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- Want to have a math games review day before standardized testing begins? My students love playing math games and mixing up classes with a partner teacher is a fun way to bring them together as a grade level. Check out these often forgotten skills and the games that will help them learn! ❶ LEAST$5.99$8.50Save $2.51
- Do your students need practice finding factors, greatest common factor, as well as prime and composite numbers? This bundle covers all of these math skills in games and coloring pages! #1 Factors Coloring PagesDo your students need practice identifying finding factors? Do you need modified assign$5.99$8.50Save $2.51
Do your students need extra practice finding factors? Finding factors is a great way to extend students' learning of division. However once they learn multiples, they seem to always confuse the two! (and they're taught within the same week, this is unavoidable!)
Help them get the extra practice with factors as well as finding the greatest common factor with this simple partner card game. You can even save the game for review once you teach Lowest Common Denominators in your equivalent fractions unit later in the year.
The game directions come 2 per page, so you could make a copy for each pair of students, or you might choose to adhere it to a file folder for a learning center game. There are also two levels of card decks to use. Simply decide which students need additional scaffolding to ensure they are finding all factors of a number, and which students are working at a more independent level.
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