Use this anchor chart to help students remember the difference between factors and multiples.

Ever wonder how you could get your son or daughter to be more interested in math? Math is hard work, but with some fun maths games, you can capture their

Print and play math center that will have your students engaged in finding factors and multiples and identifying numbers as prime or composite.  The option of using dry erase markers makes it super engaging for kids and it is a great way to review these important skills during other units.

Factors, Multiples, Prime & Composite Math Center

Print and play math center that will have your students engaged in finding factors and multiples and identifying numbers as…

Factors and multiples anchor chart, using this in my classroom tomorrow :) *Note: It's SUPER hard to teach this if they don't KNOW their multiplication facts.

Factors and Multiples Factors and multiples anchor chart, using this in my classroom tomorrow :) *Note: It's SUPER hard to teach this if they don't KNOW their multiplication facts.

Literacy & Math Ideas: Free Factors and Multiples Game

Understanding math vocabulary is an important building block for math success. A common math error is confusing factors and multiples.

This is the perfect game for kids, in or out of the classroom! It's such a fun way to practice math skills and vocabulary. I use these in a math center or for indoor recess. Check out the various game board versions.

Like Guess Who? Try Math Who!

was one of my favorite childhood games. This math version is called, "Math Who?" Instead of guessing a mystery person, the obje.

Prime and Composite Numbers, Factors and Multiples math journal entry @ Runde's Room

Runde's Room

Prime and Composite Numbers, Factors and Multiples math journal entry @ Runde's Room- Australian Curriculum - Identify & describe factors & multiples of whole numbers & use them to solve problems

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