Engaging MATH Worksheets, Tasks and Activities
Have your students apply their understanding of GREATEST COMMON FACTOR (GCF) & LEAST COMMON MULTIPLE (LCM) with these fun activities including 2 mazes, 2 riddles and 2 coloring activities. Be sure to download the sample for a full overview of what you get.
1. Greatest Common Factor COLORING ACTIVITY
Students are prompted to find the GCF. Students use their answers to color the picture.
2. Least Common Multiple COLORING ACTIVITY
Students are prompted to find the LCM. Students use their answers to color the picture.
3. Greatest Common Factor MAZE
This is a self-checking worksheet that allows students to strengthen their understanding of GCF . Students use their answers to navigate through the puzzle.
4. Least Common Multiple MAZE
This is a self-checking worksheet that allows students to strengthen their understanding of LCM . Students use their answers to navigate through the puzzle.
5. Greatest Common Factor RIDDLE
Students find the GCF and use their answers to solve the riddle.
6. Least Common Multiple RIDDLE
Students find the LCM and use their answers to solve the riddle.
All 6 of these activities allow students to practice finding FACTORS & MULTIPLES while incorporating fun into the classroom!
How to Use:
Use any of these resources as a quick assessment tool, a homework assignment, or even something for the kids to do after a test.
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