Divisibility Rules Teacher Resources
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Taking in to the Limit
Twelfth graders explore the concept of limits. In this calculus lesson, 12th graders investigate the limit rules for both finite and infinite limits through the use of the TI-89 calculator. The worksheet includes examples for each rule and a section for students to try other examples.
Seventh graders explore the concept of integer addition. In this integer addition lesson, 7th graders tell stories involving addition and subtraction. Students walk on a number line given directions such as add 3 or add -2. Students play integer addition war or integer addition snap with playing cards.
Statistics, Integers, and Number Sense
Learners answer a variety of questions using "Turning Point Clickers" connected to an interactive whiteboard. Plan is intended to accompany a chapter review of converting decimals, percentages, fractions, and ratio. They respond to questions as presented in a PowerPoint and enter their answers via the clickers.
6th - 8th Math
Divisibility: English Learners
For this English Learners divisibility worksheet, students review the terms 'is divisible by' and circle the groups of milk bottles that help them see that fifteen is divisible by five, but thirteen is not. Students then answer several divisibility word sentences and finish by drawing the missing pyramids to answer the divisibility question.
6th - 7th Math
In this divisibility worksheet, students determine if the first numbers are divisible by the second numbers in the first set of problems. Students then complete the table of divisibility for the numbers, 3, 5, and 9. Students finish by finding the number that makes the other numbers divisible by 7.
6th - 7th Math