This worksheet set includes printables for art or math that students can color in to discover patterns based on multiples of 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7. Directions include a short bio of Eratosthenes, and intro to the sieve: that it is used to find prime numbers up to any amount.
Four different colored samples are included, along with 2 numbered grids, and 2 blank grids. One set is for rows of tens, and one is for rows of six. Make your own grids using a different number of squares in each of in the rows, to create new patterns.
Questions to get kids thinking, are included.