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1. Looking for an activities that will keep the fun in upper elementary math? Here’s a set of 96 math task cards for practice with fourth grade and fifth grade math topics! Click on the images above to go directly to the previews of the four riddle card sets included in this bundle! Here's how math r
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2. Are your students struggling to master multiplication and division facts? These 48 riddle task cards for factors and multiples are a fun and challenging way for your fourth graders to grow in their flexible control of math facts!This bundle includes Factors Fourth Grade Math Riddle Task Cards, Mult
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Looking for an activity that will keep the fun in 4th grade math? Here’s a set of 24 math task cards that will strengthen your fourth grade students’ skills identifying multiples of numbers through 2-11.

This resource is also available bundled with a set of riddle cards for multiples. See it here: Factors and Multiples Math Riddle Task Cards Bundle

Choosing from four numbers, your students will determine Super Sleuth's Mystery Multiple by eliminating three of the options. With each riddle task card they complete, your students will determine multiples for four numbers. They'll have a great time and won’t even realize that they’ve completed 72 in all!

Because the detective graphics in this set aren't seasonal, you'll find yourself using this resource at any time during the school year, whenever you need it!

A hundred chart for extra support, student recording page, answer key, and themed board game are also included.

Here are some ways that you might use the task cards in your classroom:

► Use in a math center for individual or partner work
► Use with your document camera for whole class review or to focus attention at the
► Use as a skills review rotation (aka "Scoot"), individually or with partners, with
students moving to stations around the classroom to solve the clues
► Use for morning “bell ringers”
► Use as challenge work or for early finishers
► Use as an activity with classroom volunteers – they can complete as few or as
many as time allows!
► Print in black and white to use in interactive notebooks. Give one card to each
student and have them write about their thinking in solving the riddle.

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