# Engaging Students with ‘Divisibility Trios’: An Interactive Activity to Understand Common Factors and Greatest Common Factor (GCF)

When it comes to teaching mathematics, one of the greatest challenges is to convey abstract concepts in a tangible and engaging way. The game ‘Divisibility Trios’ does precisely this, making the exploration of divisibility rules, […]

# Egg Carton Fun: An Engaging Method to Teach Prime Factorization

Welcome, math educators! Today, we delve into a highly interactive math activity known as “Egg Carton Fun”. This learning tool brings the abstract world of prime factorization to life, making math accessible and enjoyable for […]

# Helping Your Child with Fractions at Home

Fractions can be a challenging concept for many students, but with some practice and support at home, your child can feel confident and successful in this math unit. Here are some tips on how you […]

# Improve Your Math Skills with the Fun and Educational Factors Game

his printable board game is designed to help kids understand prime factorization, composite numbers, greatest common factor, and least common multiple while developing their problem-solving skills and fluency with multi-digit numbers. The game is suitable for students in grades 3 to 6 and aligns with the Common Core Mathematical Standard 6.NS.4

# In Your Prime – Prime Math Games

The “In Your Prime” Game is based on The Sieve of Eratosthenes, which is an ancient method of finding the prime numbers. Students will need to understand the rules of divisibility well in order to […]

# Factors: Multiples, Factors, Composites and Primes Game

Download this Game FREE and File it Away for Later! This fun Factors Game helps kids to more fully understand what prime factorization is all about. By systematically finding the factors of different numbers, kids […]

# The Taxman Cometh: a Factors Game

How to Play: ☆Start with the numbers 1 through 10. ☆For every number you select, the taxman claims ALL of the factors of that number. ☆The taxman MUST get something on every turn. ☆When there […]