Pinterest • The world’s catalogue of ideas

Explore these ideas and much more!

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

dandelions and dragonflies: Interactively Math! I'm not usually a fan of interactive notebooks, but I do like this organization.

from Funky Fractions For Fifth Grade

Interactive Notebook

Interactive math notebook

from Teachers Pay Teachers

Working with Factors and Multiples Foldables and More

Working with Factors and Multiples Foldables and More!

Mrs. Sims & Ms. Mathis' 4th Grade Math Website


10 Creative Ways to Get Kids to Do Chores

Framed magnetic chore chart for multiple children. Place the types of chores in one box and each day divide up what needs to be done between the kids. Keeps them from being bored with the same to-do's every day.

Factor and Multiple Flap Books - use to review factors and multiples. Place in math notebook if desired. $ Blog entry also lists online sites for exploring factors & multiples.