Multiples Don't Have to Be a Mystery

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Grade Levels
4th - 8th
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Year after year, my students struggle with multiples versus factors. I made this Interactive Notebook packet to make my life just a little easier in the classroom. Since my original version has continued to be such a popular post on my blog, Middle School OCD, I thought I would make it available to to everybody.

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-These can be printed out one per page and used in spiral style Interactive Notebooks, or they can be printed out two per page and used in composition style Interactive Notebooks.

- Also, they can be done as a separate flip type book. If you plan on doing this, I would suggest that you print them out four to a page.

You have two options:
- Part 1 is complete with the exception of coloring or shading in the multiples.

- Part 2 requires students to fill in the blanks, and color or shade in the multiples.

- These may be done in one multi-block lesson, or over several days.

Give your struggling students a real resource to refer to as they move into fractions!

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