What doesn’t belong (Numbers) has 10 printable pages to improve analysis and reasoning skills. Students analyze single and multi-digit numbers to find the number (or numbers) that do not belong, like:
One number does NOT belong: It just might catch the entire page on fire.
Another number does NOT belong: It thinks that it is a princess.
Several numbers do NOT belong: They are odd.
One number does NOT belong: It is redundant.
Several numbers do NOT belong: They forgot their nines.
A number does NOT belong: It has too many loops.
Use these pages as a sponge activity or at a math center for early finishers, for homework or extra credit, at the beginning of the year or right before the summer. Critical thinking has never been more important. Take a look at the Preview to see a few pages from this packet.
If you want more on ANALYSIS and REASONING, then take a look at the others in this series:
What doesn’t belong? (Numbers)
What doesn’t belong? (Geometric Shapes)
What doesn’t belong? (Categories)
What doesn’t belong? (Sorting and Analyzing)