The following activity was designed as a fun way to engage students in a review of divisibility rules and a discussion about multiples of the numbers 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 9, and 10*.
Students will add information about numbers in their lives in to the circles for each of the multiples. As students work through the numbers, they may see that a fact fits in to more than one circle. This will help them make connections between math in their real life and the concepts taught in class.
You can use this during the discussion about divisibility rules and/or multiples or afterwards. This can be done in isolation as a get to know you activity and/or for a bulletin board display. There are multiple uses! Enjoy!
Sample page is included.
*I did not include 7 or 8 because I do not teach those as part of the divisibility rules during 5th grade.