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Introduction to Multiples - Level 1

This three page worksheet introduces multiples. It covers basic multiples, common multiples, and least common multiple (LCM).

Teacher misunderstanding: Some like to make finding the LCM more confusing than it really is. There are many methods to finding the least common multiple, but the easiest one to remember is just listing the multiples and comparing.


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Multiples - Level 2

This one page worksheet introduces multiples. It covers basic multiples, common multiples, and least common multiple (LCM).

Student misunderstanding: If a child is struggling with multiples and LCM, go back and review basic multiplication facts.




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Multiples / Multiplication Practice
All Levels

This free one page fun worksheet reviews multiples to help students with their multiplication. Students find the multiples from least to greatest in each maze to help Action Joe.

Key concept: Students should know certain multiples and be able to use addition to help with multiplication.


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Introduction to Factors - Level 1

This four page worksheet introduces factors. It covers basic factoring, common factors, and greatest common factor (GCF). Also included is a short lesson on divisibility rules for 2, 3, and 5.

Teacher Help: Relate division to multiplication. Also, point out that the answer after dividing is also a factor.



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Factors - Level 2

This one page worksheet introduces factors. It covers basic factoring, common factors, and greatest common factor (GCF).

Student misunderstanding: Relating division to multiplication. Example: 3 x 4 = 12, then we know that 12 ÷ 4 = 3. If a child knows how to multiply then they know how to divide.



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Prime Factors using Factor Trees
Level 1

This one page worksheet has students find the prime factors of certain numbers. It includes a short help section.

Student misunderstanding: When creating a factor tree students like to use one as a factor, but it does not make the factors smaller. For example: 8 = 8 x 1, but we still have 8. The factors did not change or get smaller.

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Exponents - Level 1

This one page worksheet covers basic exponents. It includes a short help section to help students better understand exponents.

Student misunderstanding: Students need to know that a number to the second power is the same as calling it squared and a number to the third power is the same as calling it cubed.



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Answer, Find, and Shade
Greatest Common Factor - Level 3

This math art page uses shading to create a picture. Students use their factoring skills to find the GCF.

Key concept: Factoring is the key to simplifying fractions. If a student can factor / divide then they usually understand simplifying.




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Prime Number Maze

These one page mazes have students find prime numbers to create a path to the bottom of the page.

Definition: Prime numbers are counting numbers that have exactly two factors (one and itself).


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