Multiples and Factors Practice Cards
These cards are made to be used as a follow-up to the introductory multiples and factors lessons. The introduction and investigation of multiples provides a wonderful foundation for the understanding and internalization of number sense and number theory.
Prior to using these cards, the lessons and follow-up work presented in my “Investigating Multiples Tables” material are recommend.
This material contains task cards covering multiple skills including:
•Cards 1-14: Identifying the First Five Multiples of a Given Number
•Cards 15-24: Identifying Four Consecutive Multiples
•Cards 25-40: Determining if a Number is a Multiple of a Given Number and Supporting their Choice with Reasoning
•Cards 41-56: Filling in the Missing Factor in a Given Factor Tree
•Cards 57-72: Identifying All Factors of a Number and Qualifying them as Prime or Composite
•Cards 73-88: Create Prime Factor Trees and Identify All Prime Factors of a Number
•Cards 89-104: Identifying the Lowest Common Multiple of Two Numbers
•Cards 105-120: Combining Knowledge of Factors and Multiples
Each of the cards come with corresponding answer keys. These could either be printed separately, laminated, and grouped together on a ring for easy checking.