Multiples and Factors for Multiplication: The Ultimate Number Line

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Number Line for Multiples and Factors. Your students can make their own ultimate number line. Worksheets help students create a visual number line that identifies all the multiples of numbers 1-120. For example, students will see that 20 can be composed of 2, 4, 5, and 10. Students can also gain a better understanding of composite versus prime numbers. This can be used as both an introduction and review of how multiplication works. There is a color version, and a black and white version for students to cut and put together.

Prime Number or Composite Number? Students can see it easily on this number line, and better understand why. Students can build from 1-30, 1-60, or 1-120 - depending on the skill or level.

1000 Numbers, Worksheets Galore!
Arrays - PreMade Blank Grids for Student Use
Fact Family House Craftivity - Multiplication & Division

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Teaching Duration
45 Minutes

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Multiples and Factors for Multiplication: The Ultimate Num
Multiples and Factors for Multiplication: The Ultimate Num
Multiples and Factors for Multiplication: The Ultimate Num
Multiples and Factors for Multiplication: The Ultimate Num