This fun coloring activity gives students the opportunity to practice GCF and LCM. There are a total of 28 problems for students to solve: half are GCF and half are LCM. The problems are solved in sets. For example, students solve the GCF of 32,48 and the LCM of 32,48.
My 6th grade students have had trouble remembering the difference between the two concepts. I created this assignment where they can practice both skills at once to help them remember the differences.
While I created this worksheet with 6th graders in mind, it could be used with any grade level where students are working on LCM and GCF.
I hope you and your students enjoy this worksheet! I had a lot of fun making it.
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