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# Multiplication, Division, Factors, and Multiples!

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This file contains activities for students to demonstrate their understanding of multiplication, division, factors, and multiples.

Below are the activities included:

Oh no! Remainders (game)………………….…………3

Greatest Quotient (game)…………………….………...7

Greatest Product (game)…...........………….………..12

Factor Flip (game)……………….....……….….………15

Is It a Factor? Is It a Multiple? (worksheet)...............17

Multiplication Dream Book (project)….…….…………18

Number Roll (differentiated game)..…………………..21

Digit Cards (resource)………………………………….28

Division Situations (worksheet).………………………36

Show What You Know! (worksheet)..………………..40

Factors (worksheet)…………………….……………..44

Many of the activities are games the students can play using digit cards, which are included, or dice. The digit cards can be substituted with a deck of cards if preferred.

The games can be played with partners, small groups, or even independently. There is a stronger focus on division in this file, as that seems to be the more challenging skill for students.

Several of the activities are geared towards having the students think deeper than just solving problems. For example, the students have to try to use digits to create a division problem with no remainders in Oh No! Remainders. In Greatest Quotient, they have to use digit cards to create a problem with the largest quotient possible. In other activities, students have to create situations that reflect specific multiplication or division problems.

These activities truly work at deepening the students' conceptual understanding, particularly of multiplication and division. Some activities are also already differentiated for you or can easily be differentiated. For example, Number Roll has six different direction sheets based on the abilities of your individual students. The Multiplication Dream Book automatically lends itself to differentiation, as students create multiplication situations based on their individual ability level.

Factors and multiples are a natural part of multiplication and division, which is why those skills are sprinkled within this file.

Finally, there are also Teacher Notes pages that give suggestions for the activities based on my experience when using them in my classroom.

All the activities have had student approval and have proved to be engaging while also challenging! :-)

I hope your students enjoy them as much as mine did!

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