Divisibility Rules Teacher Resources
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Middle schoolers explore the concept of exponents. In this exponents lesson, students make a human fraction bar using middle schoolers from class to illustrate dividing powers of exponents. Students take notes from a presentation on exponent rules.
In this developing number sense worksheet, students play math games such as; working with remainders, solving problems, division brain power, and more. Students complete 6 activities.
Seventh graders factor large numbers. In this factoring large numbers lesson, 7th graders use divisibility rules to factor 3 and 4 digit numbers. Students use knowledge of numbers such as is a number even or odd to begin the process of factoring.
For this scientific notation worksheet, students simplify 6 division problems. Students use exponent rules and division rules to simplify each scientific notation expression.
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.
Seventh graders determine the difference between prime and composite numbers. On a Website, they discover a method to identify all the prime numbers up to 100 and also complete several online activities. Once they have discussed the divisibility rules, they practice using them to decide which numbers provided by the teacher are divisible.
Learners explore the concept of extremely small numbers. They study an analogy comparing the millimeter, micron, and nanometer and then come up with their own analogy to define the differences in the three minute measurements. (Several other lessons are included in this plan.)
In this basic multiplication worksheet, students identify and describe patterns in a multiplication table. Then they use and apply mathematical reasoning to explore divisibility rules. Students also record their results in the chart provided on the last sheet.
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. Questions cover statistics, integers and number sense. The PowerPoint is not included with the lesson plan, nor is a worksheet that is mentioned.
Introduce mathematicians to multiplication and division and how they are related. This brightly-colored, bold-font PowerPoint breaks down the concepts for first-timers. A page each is dedicated to multiplying by 0, 1, 2, 4, 5, and 10, and one page is dedicated to dividing by 2.
In this divisibility worksheet, learners read about the rule of a number being divisible by 10, then circle yes or no as to whether a set of 20 numbers are divisible by 10.