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This is a reference sheet for all prime numbers from 2-229 and all factors of numbers from 1-100. This simple reference sheet will be very helpful to your upper elementary or middle school math cla…
Shari Bash saved to MATH
Printable worksheets on finding factors, factor trees, prime numbers, greatest common factors, and factor trees.
Kathleen Elston saved to Multiplication
If you're struggling with teaching factors and multiples, you're not alone. Check out my blog post for some helpful tips and resources!
Teresa Benson saved to Teaching pins
Prime and Composite Numbers Anchor Chart- This blog post also includes a free practice worksheet!
Sandy Southern saved to School
Great fold up resource for math notebooks! This fold up features multiples and factors. Your students will refer to this resource time and time again.
Laura saved to Education Math Third And Up
I have been teaching factors for a long time now, and it wasn’t until I came across a picture on Pinterest that I had an Ah-ha moment! The T-chart! Why
KP saved to Math-Multiplication/Division
Looking for a fun and cute activity to help your kids practice factoring? These popcorn cards make a great independent activity or an easy factoring practice math center.
Emily Hounshell saved to 4th grade ideas
I always tell my students that while multiples are many, factors are few! With a little concentration and a bit of practice, they can find those few factors of any number! In fourth grade, this concept becomes important as students begin to represent division and discuss compatible numbers! The skill becomes even more important in ... Read more
Carolyn Haught saved to Tutor
Teaching factors is so underrated! When fourth graders understand relationships between factors and multiples, patterns unfold before their eyes.
Shelia-Tommy Blackley saved to Math tips